Tredway K (2020-2022). “The Cultural Experiences of Sexual and Gender Minority Women Accessing Preventive Breast Cancer Screenings: Making Medical Settings More Inclusive to Increase Uptake,” Mentored award (Lorraine Dean and Melissa Camp, Johns Hopkins University, mentors), NIH: National Institute for Minority Health and Health Disparities, Loan Repayment Program ((1L60MD015565-01), $82,648.
Advisory Committee, Center for Disease Control Grant – Young Women’s (Breast Cancer) Program, Principal Investigator: Vered Stearns, Johns Hopkins University, Oct. 2021-present.
Interest Group, NIH Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) Interest Group, Nov. 2021-present.
Committee Member, NIH Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Data Standards Committee, March 2022-present.
Intersectionality and Black Feminist Epistemology, NSF IUSE Grant – Centering Women of Color in STEM: Identifying and Scaling Up What Helps Women of Color Thrive, Principal Investigators: Angela Johnson and Apriel Hodari, Nov. 2017.
Seminars and Workshops Attended
National Institutes of Health, Sexual and Gender Minorities Research Regional Workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 2019. Funded by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
National Institutes of Health Research Seminar, Baltimore, Maryland, May 2019. Funded by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
University of Maryland Summer Training and Research (STAR) Program, Department of Kinesiology, NIH Grant, Principal Investigator: James Hagberg, 2012-2013.
- The STAR Program provides traditionally under-represented undergraduate students with research training to enhance their potential to complete graduate degrees in the sciences.
- Interviewed and documented the experiences, concerns, and opinions of the STAR Program students at both the mid-way mark of the program and at its conclusion.
“Safe Communities – Safe Schools” (SCSS) Project, Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 2001.
Awards, Fellowships, and Organizational Grants
AACR Minorities in Cancer Research (MICR) Scholar Award, American Association for Cancer Research, $1,945 (registration fee plus travel funds), March 2022.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Maryland Cigarette Restitution Fund, Jan. 2022-June 2022.
→ Funded to continue research under Vered Stearns in the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins University, an NCI-designated cancer center.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Jan. 2020-Jan. 2022.
→ NIH T32-funded grant in cancer epidemiology, prevention, and control; Elizabeth Platz, principal investigator; NIH/NCI 5T32CA009314-37.
Minority Scholar Award, American Association for Cancer Research, $199 (registration fee), Sept. 2021
Scholar-in-Training Award, American Association for Cancer Research, $299 (registration fee), Sept. 2020.
Finalist, Dean’s Postdoctoral Fellowship, Harvard Medical School, Harvard University, May 2019.
→ Department of Global Health and Social Medicine faculty-wide selection.
Inductee, Alpha Kappa Delta, the National Honor Society for Sociology, April 2019.
First Nations / Indigenous Peoples General Conference Registration Grant, National Women’s Studies Association, Nov. 2017.
NWSA Travel Grant, National Women’s Studies Association, Nov. 2017. (rejected in order to keep First Nations / Indigenous Peoples General Conference Registration Grant).
Annual Conference Travel Grant, Eastern Sociological Society, $350, Feb. 2017.
William and Madeline Welder Smith Research Travel Award, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas, $1,000, 2015-2016.
Honorable Mention, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport’s Barbara Brown Student Paper Award, November 2013.
Winner, International Sociology of Sport Association’s Graduate Paper Award, June 2013.
Inductee, Theta Alpha Kappa, the National Honor Society for Religious Studies, December 2001.
Scholarship, American Association of University Women, Colorado Chapter, $1,000, May 2000.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, $300, Oct. 2019.
- Funding to attend the National Institutes of Health, Sexual and Gender Minorities Research Regional Workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, $1,100, May 2019.
- Funding to attend the National Institutes of Health Research Seminar, Baltimore, Maryland.
Faculty Development Grant, $1,760, Nov. 2018.
University of Maryland
Sally J. Phillips Dissertation Fellowship, Department of Kinesiology, $10,000, Spring 2016.
Inductee, Lavender Leadership Honor Society, Fall 2015.
International Conference Student Support Award, Graduate School, $320, June 2015.
Jacob K. Goldhaber Travel Grant, Graduate School, $600, June 2015.
Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate School, $10,800, Fall 2014.
International Conference Student Support Award, Graduate School, $334, June 2013.
Jacob K. Goldhaber Travel Grant, Graduate School, $400, June 2013.
Winner, James H. Humphrey Graduate Student Published Paper Award, Department of Kinesiology, University of Maryland, $500, Spring 2013.