To stimulate and support research to identify environmental factors and policies that influence physical activity, especially among children and families in low-income communities.
- $30,000.00 awarded to Front Seat - Improving a tool that calculates a neighborhood's walkability as a measure of a healthy place to live
- $80,435.00 awarded to Dickinson College - Supporting improved research methods to validate the benefits of daily physical activity in schools
- $148,845.00 awarded to University of Texas at San Antonio College of Architecture - Assessing cost implications of implementing Active Design Guideline strategies for family-focused affordable housing
- $144,000.00 awarded to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools - Assessing the impact of the built and sociocultural environments on active commuting to school
- $159,481.00 awarded to Public Health Institute - Evaluating the Active Living Research national program to determine its contributions to childhood obesity prevention to make the case for renewal