Shirlene WangSociety of Behavioral Medicine Child and Family Health SIG 2021
Society of Behavioral Medicine Child and Family Health SIG 2021 Student Abstract Award
Received for her abstract "Examining the Impact of COVID-19 Stress on Maternal Feeding Practices and Child Intake Using Ecological Momentary Assessment". Shirlene was honored with a plaque and $100 at the SBM annual meeting.
Bridgette DoAmerican Public Health Association 2020 Annual Meeting and Expo
APHA 2020 Physical Activity Section Best Student Oral Presentation Award
Received for her presentation "Physical activity and sedentary time among mothers of school-aged children: Differences in accelerometer-derived metric patterns by demographic, employment, and household factors"
Bridgette DoAmerican Public Health Association 2020 Annual Meeting
Received by Bridgette Do for her submission entitled "Physical activity and sedentary time among mothers of school-aged children: Differences in accelerometer-derived metric patterns by employment and household factors"
Shirlene WangUSC Center for the Changing Family: Small Grants for Projects on COVID-19 and the Family
Awarded to Shirlene for her study proposal looking at COVID-19's impact on the COVID-19 pandemic on stress, emotion, and maternal feeding practices in the natural environment.
Christine NayaUSC Center for the Changing Family: Small Grants for Projects on COVID-19 and the Family
Awarded to Christine Naya for her study proposal looking at COVID-19's impact on trying to conceive (TTC) decisions.
Sydney O'ConnorSociety of Behavioral Medicine 2020
- Outstanding Dissertation Award
Received by Sydney O'Connor for her dissertation entitled "Sleep health and variability in youth: A real-time data capture study to examine influences on daily dietary intake patterns and longitudinal weight trajectories"
Wei-Lin WangSociety of Behavioral Medicine 2020
- Best Abstract from a First Time Submission Award
Received by Wei-Lin Wang for his submission entitled "Mean level and variability of positive affect and sleep quantity among mothers"
Shirlene WangSociety for Ambulatory Assessment 2020
- SAA 2020 Conference Student and Early Career Researcher Travel Award
Received by Shirlene Wang for her submission entitled "Validating social context EMA data with dyadic global positioning systems (GPS) data"
Sydney O'ConnorSociety of Behavioral Medicine 2019
- Trainee Flash Talk Award, Obesity and Eating Disorders Special Interest Group
- Meritorious Student Abstract, Society of Behavioral Medicine 2019
Received by Sydney O'Connor for her submission entitled "Usual and daily effects of sleep health on children’s dietary intake"
Bridgette Do, MPHSociety of Behavioral Medicine 2019
- SBM Meritorious Student Abstract Award 2019
Received by Bridgette Do for her submission entitled "Investigating the association between maternal support and children’s healthy eating using Ecological Momentary Assessment"
Christine NayaSociety of Behavioral Medicine 2019
- SBM Meritorious Student Award 2019
- SBM Citation Award
- 2019 SBM Obesity and Eating Disorder Special Interest Group Student Flash Talk Finalist 2019
Received by Christine Naya for her talk entitled "Daily Associations of Cortisol and Perceived Stress among Children and Their Parents."
Shirlene WangSociety of Behavioral Medicine 2019
- Behavioral Informatics and Technology Special Interest Group Overall Outstanding Abstract Award 2019
Received by Shirlene Wang for her submission entitled "Investigating Mothers’ Role Modeling of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Using Ecological Momentary Assessment"
Genevieve F. Dunton, Ph.D, MPHUniversity of Southern California, Office of the Provost
- 2019 USC Mentoring Award Faculty Mentoring Faculty, Postdoctoral Scholars, Medical Residents and Fellows
Since Dr. Genevieve Dunton’s faculty appointment in 2009, she has consistently embodied excellence in mentoring, creating a supportive and collaborative environment at USC that has fostered the careers of many successful researchers. Her commitment to scientific progress, integrity, and role modeling in creating an inclusive, supportive environment speaks to her strong commitment to mentoring at USC.
Bridgette Do, MPHAmerican Public Health Association, Annual Meeting and Expo
- APHA Physical Activity Section Student Research Award 2018
Received by Bridgette Do for her submission entitled "Examining within-day effects of ego depletion on physical activity using Ecological Momentary Assessment."
Jaclyn P. MaherUniversity of Southern California, Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
- Postdoctoral Scholar Training and Travel Award 2016
Received b Jaclyn P. Mayer to present findings from Project MOBILE at the 2016 Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting
Sydney O'ConnorSociety of Behavioral Medicine, Reviewers and Program Committee
- Meritorious Student Abstract Award 2016
Received by Sydney O'Connor for her submission entitled "Momentary Assessment of the Association of Stress and Affect on Dietary Intake in Children."