Carl D. Sneed, Ph.D.
Title: Assistant Professor, Psychology
Office: SBS A-329
Phone Extension: x3463
Email Username: csneed
Grants and Awards
- Principal Investigator, “Family and Cultural Impact on STD and HIV Risk Among Latino and African American Youth.” Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control, National Center For HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STDs and TB Prevention. Grant # 1U01PS000678-01. 9-30-2007 to 9-29-2011. 30% effort – Total budget: $948,104.00
- Principal Investigator, “Family Impact on Adolescent Stage of Sexual Behavior.” UCLA, AIDS Institute. 7-2002 to 6-30-2003. 10% effort.
- Principal Investigator, “Transitions Through Adolescent Psychosexual Behaviors.” Universitywide AIDS Research Program. 7-1-2000 to 6-30-2002. 40% effort – Total budget $100,051.00.
- Sub-contract, “Program Evaluation for Wraparound”. Funded by the California Endowment to Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services. 5-1-2001 to 6-30-2002. 30% effort.
- Co-Investigator, “HIV/AIDS Risk Reduction Program For Belizean Adolescent.” Funded by the UCLA AIDS Institute. 8-01-01 to 7-31-02. 3% effort.
- Consultant, “Program Evaluation for a Web-Based HIV/AIDS Intervention Targeting High-Risk Adolescents”. Subcontract to California Endowment via Reach Los Angeles.
- Supplemental Grant presented by the National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. Awarded September 1996 to September 1999. Amount included salary and research expenses.
- Postdoctoral Training Grant presented by the National Institute of Mental Health. Awarded December 1994 to November 1995.
- Predoctoral Supplemental Grant presented by the National Institute of Mental Health. Awarded July 1991 to January 1994. Taken in lieu of GOF. Amount includes living and research expenses.
- Graduate Student Association Mini-grant presented by the Graduate Student Association, University of California, Riverside. Awarded May 1991.
- CSU, Chancellor's Fellow. Awarded 1989. Mentored by P. Chris Cozby, Ph.D. at California State University, Fullerton.
- Graduate Opportunity Fellowship (GOF) presented by the Graduate Division, University of California, Riverside. Awarded September 1989 to June 1993. Amount included full tuition and fees.
- Graduate Student Association Mini-grant presented by the Graduate Student Association, University of California, Riverside. Awarded May 1990.
- Oliver W. Slaughter, Ph.D. Memorial Fellowship presented by the Southern California Association of Black Psychologists. Awarded September 1989.
- Departmental Associations Council Research Grant. California State University, Fullerton. Awarded March 1988.
- Minority Leadership Award presented by the United States Achievement Academy. Awarded June 1987.