Cotten (Consultant), Leslie Morgan, Bob Rubinstein, Kevin Eckert, Sheryl Zimmerman 2002 – 2003 ,250 Teaching, Learning, and Technology Grant, UMBC, PI 2001 – 2002 ,000 Student – Faculty Interactions and Student Engagement: A Pilot Study; Office of the Provost, UMBC; Shelia R. 2005 – 2009

Cotten (Consultant), Leslie Morgan, Bob Rubinstein, Kevin Eckert, Sheryl Zimmerman 2002 – 2003 $2,250 Teaching, Learning, and Technology Grant, UMBC, PI 2001 – 2002 $2,000 Student – Faculty Interactions and Student Engagement: A Pilot Study; Office of the Provost, UMBC; Shelia R. 2005 – 2009 $1,667,560 Impact of the Meyerhoff Scholarship Program: Long-Term Outcomes, Student Characteristics, and Program Components. Lynn Zimmerman, Ken Maton, Dave Marcotte, Shelia R. I participated in developing and writing this proposal. 2014 – 2015 $49,126 Developing a m Health App to Help Teens with Type-1 Diabetes Transition to Self-Care Successfully. 2014 – 2017 $400,000 Center for Technology and Health in Society (C-THIS). Cotten (PI), Wei Peng, Constantinos Courasis, and Bill Donohoe. Grant Proposals In Progress ICT Use, Stress, and Health Outcomes. Given my time demands, I chose to pass the funding along to a colleague in another department so that he could expand his work in this area, with the approval of the funding organization. Submitted to Google Faculty Research Awards Program, April 15, 2014. The Relationship Between Intergenerational Communication Patterns and Preferences and Health Status for Older Adults. Submitted to ASA/NSF Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline, June 17, 2008.

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Cotten (Consultant), Leslie Morgan, Bob Rubinstein, Kevin Eckert, Sheryl Zimmerman 2002 – 2003 $2,250 Teaching, Learning, and Technology Grant, UMBC, PI 2001 – 2002 $2,000 Student – Faculty Interactions and Student Engagement: A Pilot Study; Office of the Provost, UMBC; Shelia R. 2005 – 2009 $1,667,560 Impact of the Meyerhoff Scholarship Program: Long-Term Outcomes, Student Characteristics, and Program Components. Lynn Zimmerman, Ken Maton, Dave Marcotte, Shelia R. I participated in developing and writing this proposal. 2014 – 2015 $49,126 Developing a m Health App to Help Teens with Type-1 Diabetes Transition to Self-Care Successfully. 2014 – 2017 $400,000 Center for Technology and Health in Society (C-THIS). Cotten (PI), Wei Peng, Constantinos Courasis, and Bill Donohoe. Grant Proposals In Progress ICT Use, Stress, and Health Outcomes.

Given my time demands, I chose to pass the funding along to a colleague in another department so that he could expand his work in this area, with the approval of the funding organization. Submitted to Google Faculty Research Awards Program, April 15, 2014. The Relationship Between Intergenerational Communication Patterns and Preferences and Health Status for Older Adults.

,667,560 Impact of the Meyerhoff Scholarship Program: Long-Term Outcomes, Student Characteristics, and Program Components. Lynn Zimmerman, Ken Maton, Dave Marcotte, Shelia R. I participated in developing and writing this proposal. 2014 – 2015 ,126 Developing a m Health App to Help Teens with Type-1 Diabetes Transition to Self-Care Successfully. 2014 – 2017 0,000 Center for Technology and Health in Society (C-THIS). Cotten (PI), Wei Peng, Constantinos Courasis, and Bill Donohoe. Grant Proposals In Progress ICT Use, Stress, and Health Outcomes. Given my time demands, I chose to pass the funding along to a colleague in another department so that he could expand his work in this area, with the approval of the funding organization. Submitted to Google Faculty Research Awards Program, April 15, 2014. The Relationship Between Intergenerational Communication Patterns and Preferences and Health Status for Older Adults. Submitted to ASA/NSF Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline, June 17, 2008.

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Attitudes Towards and Limitations to ICT Use in Assisted and Independent Living Communities: Findings from a Specially-Designed Technological Intervention.

“You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks: A Qualitative Analysis of How Residents of Senior Living Communities May Use the Web to Overcome Spatial and Social Barriers.” , 32(5): 540-560, 2013.

Primary Major: Sociology Secondary Major: Psychology OTHER EDUCATIONAL, LEADERSHIP, AND ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING 2012 National Science Foundation, Science: Becoming the Messenger Workshop, November, November 27-28, Tuskegee University, AL 2011 – 2012 UAB BLAZE Leadership Academy, Birmingham, AL 2008 UAB ADVANCE Seminar, Searching for Excellence & Diversity, March 27, Birmingham, AL 2007 Association of American Medical Colleges Mid-Career Women Faculty Seminar, December 14-18, 2007, Scottsdale, AZ 2006 ICPSR Statistical Workshop: Multilevel Models, led by Patrick Curran, June 12-16, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC 2004 JPSM (Joint Program in Survey Methodology) Methods Workshop: Categorical Data Analysis: Discrete and Limited Dependent Variables, led by William Evans, November, Arlington, Virginia 2003 JPSM Methods Workshop: Web Survey Design, led by Mick Couper, April 1-2, Arlington, Virginia 2001 JPSM Methods Workshop: Survey Project Management, led by Mike Weeks, December, College Park, Maryland 2001 NSF/University of Maryland Web Shop Participant, led by John Robinson, June 11-22, College Park, Maryland 2000 JPSM Methods Workshop: Mail and Internet Surveys, led by Don Dillman, March, Rockville, Maryland 2000 JPSM Methods Workshop: Focus Groups From Start to Finish, led by David Morgan, November, Bethesda, Maryland 1996 ICPSR Substantive Workshop: Using Multiple Datasets in the Study of Aging (competitive selection; sponsored by NACDA), July, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1995 ICPSR Substantive Workshop: Epidemiology of Mental Disorders (competitive selection), June, Ann Arbor, Michigan OTHER EXPERIENCE 1995 – 1997 Research Analyst, Graduate School, North Carolina State University 1993 – 1997 Visiting Instructor, Department of Sociology, NCSU 1989 – 1994 Research Assistant, Department of Sociology, NCSU 1992 Research Analyst, Research & Evaluation Associates, Inc., Durham, NC 1987 – 1988 Data Technician, Duke University Psychiatry Department, Durham, NC AREAS OF RESEARCH, TRAINING, AND TEACHING Research Methodology Survey Research Social Impacts of Technology Medical Sociology Cyberculture e-Health Mental Health Social Media Health Informatics Social Psychology RESEARCH SUPPORT AND/OR FELLOWSHIPS 2014 – 2015 $3,636,363 Community Assessment and Education to Promote Behavior Health.

Piper Probst, Kathleen Marble, Sarah Collins, Jon Watt, and Shelia R. UAB/NSF ADVANCE Senior Faculty Research Program 2007 – 2008 $10,000 Gender, Internet Usage, and Health: Linkages and Expanding Boundaries.

Submitted to the UAB/NSF ADVANCE Senior Faculty Grant Program April 27, 2007. Using ICTs to Enhance Quality of Life Among Older Adults: An Intervention Study. Cotten (PI), Tom Houston, Eta Berner, Karlene Ball, Naomi Fineberg. Perceptions and Uses of Information and Communication Technologies Among Older Adults: A Pilot Study.

Submitted to UAB/NSF ADVANCE program October 3, 2005.

Using Affordable Technology To Decrease Digital Inequality: Results from Birmingham’s One Laptop Per Child XO Laptop Project.

Hale, Michael Howell-Moroney, La Toya O’Neal, and Casey Borch.

2014 – 2015 ,000 Translational Research Proposal: Improving Alarm Safety in the Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (RNICU). 2013 – 2016 8,396 Online Safety for the Ages (OSA): Generational Differences in Motivations to Use Security Protections in an Online Banking Context. National Science Foundation 2008 – 2009 ,000 Assessing the Educational, Career, and Social Impacts of the XO Laptop Program in Birmingham, AL City Schools. Cotten (PI), Scott Snyder, Casey Borch, Betty Nelson. UAB Faculty Development Grant Program 2007 – 2009 ,295 Strategies for Recruitment and Retention of Women in Small STEM Departments: Examining Various Stakeholder Perspectives.