Grantee Profile

Temple University Department of Psychology

Grants to Temple University Department of Psychology

  • $735,000Active Strategy

    2008 (Inactive Grant)

    Juvenile Justice

    PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA — In support of research on racial and ethnic disparities as part of Models for Change: Systems Reform in Juvenile Justice (over two years).

  • $600,000Active Strategy

    2007 (Inactive Grant)

    Juvenile Justice

    PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA — In support of a project to manage and coordinate research activities in the Models for Change initiative.

  • $1,500,000Active Strategy

    2006 (Inactive Grant)

    Juvenile Justice

    PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA — In support of the Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice (over three years).

The MacArthur Foundation awarded Temple University Department of Psychology $2,835,000 between 2003 and 2014.

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