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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 ,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 ,000 Gender, Internet Usage, and Health: Linkages and Expanding Boundaries.

2010 – 2014 2,035 Supplement Proposal for: Integrating Computing Across the Curriculum (ICAC): Making Modern STEM Education Accessible and Incorporated Using XO Laptops. Cotten (PI), Jeff Gray, Mike Wyss, Michael Howell-Moroney, Dave Radford, Shani Daily, Julian Daily. 2009-2014

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. 2010 – 2014 $372,035 Supplement Proposal for: Integrating Computing Across the Curriculum (ICAC): Making Modern STEM Education Accessible and Incorporated Using XO Laptops. Cotten (PI), Jeff Gray, Mike Wyss, Michael Howell-Moroney, Dave Radford, Shani Daily, Julian Daily. 2009-2014 $1,875,403 Using ICTs to Enhance Quality of Life Among Older Adults: An Intervention Study. Cotten (PI), Tom Houston, Eta Berner, Joshua Richman, Karlene Ball, Mark La Gory. Cotten (Co-PIs) 2003 – 2007 $1,500,000 The Experience of Suffering in Old Age. Cotten (PI) and Mary Stuart, UMBC Designated Research Initiative Fund (DRIF) 2000 $4000 An Examination of Internet Use and Perceptions of Social Support, UMBC Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, PI 1995 $300 Sociology Graduate Student Dissertation Research Fund Award, North Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Grant Proposals Under Review 2014 – 2015 $60,000 Miss Media Michigan.

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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.

2010 – 2014 $372,035 Supplement Proposal for: Integrating Computing Across the Curriculum (ICAC): Making Modern STEM Education Accessible and Incorporated Using XO Laptops. Cotten (PI), Jeff Gray, Mike Wyss, Michael Howell-Moroney, Dave Radford, Shani Daily, Julian Daily. 2009-2014 $1,875,403 Using ICTs to Enhance Quality of Life Among Older Adults: An Intervention Study. Cotten (PI), Tom Houston, Eta Berner, Joshua Richman, Karlene Ball, Mark La Gory. Cotten (Co-PIs) 2003 – 2007 $1,500,000 The Experience of Suffering in Old Age. Cotten (PI) and Mary Stuart, UMBC Designated Research Initiative Fund (DRIF) 2000 $4000 An Examination of Internet Use and Perceptions of Social Support, UMBC Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, PI 1995 $300 Sociology Graduate Student Dissertation Research Fund Award, North Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Grant Proposals Under Review 2014 – 2015 $60,000 Miss Media Michigan.

,875,403 Using ICTs to Enhance Quality of Life Among Older Adults: An Intervention Study. Cotten (PI), Tom Houston, Eta Berner, Joshua Richman, Karlene Ball, Mark La Gory. Cotten (Co-PIs) 2003 – 2007

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. 2010 – 2014 $372,035 Supplement Proposal for: Integrating Computing Across the Curriculum (ICAC): Making Modern STEM Education Accessible and Incorporated Using XO Laptops. Cotten (PI), Jeff Gray, Mike Wyss, Michael Howell-Moroney, Dave Radford, Shani Daily, Julian Daily. 2009-2014 $1,875,403 Using ICTs to Enhance Quality of Life Among Older Adults: An Intervention Study. Cotten (PI), Tom Houston, Eta Berner, Joshua Richman, Karlene Ball, Mark La Gory. Cotten (Co-PIs) 2003 – 2007 $1,500,000 The Experience of Suffering in Old Age. Cotten (PI) and Mary Stuart, UMBC Designated Research Initiative Fund (DRIF) 2000 $4000 An Examination of Internet Use and Perceptions of Social Support, UMBC Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, PI 1995 $300 Sociology Graduate Student Dissertation Research Fund Award, North Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Grant Proposals Under Review 2014 – 2015 $60,000 Miss Media Michigan.

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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.

2010 – 2014 $372,035 Supplement Proposal for: Integrating Computing Across the Curriculum (ICAC): Making Modern STEM Education Accessible and Incorporated Using XO Laptops. Cotten (PI), Jeff Gray, Mike Wyss, Michael Howell-Moroney, Dave Radford, Shani Daily, Julian Daily. 2009-2014 $1,875,403 Using ICTs to Enhance Quality of Life Among Older Adults: An Intervention Study. Cotten (PI), Tom Houston, Eta Berner, Joshua Richman, Karlene Ball, Mark La Gory. Cotten (Co-PIs) 2003 – 2007 $1,500,000 The Experience of Suffering in Old Age. Cotten (PI) and Mary Stuart, UMBC Designated Research Initiative Fund (DRIF) 2000 $4000 An Examination of Internet Use and Perceptions of Social Support, UMBC Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, PI 1995 $300 Sociology Graduate Student Dissertation Research Fund Award, North Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Grant Proposals Under Review 2014 – 2015 $60,000 Miss Media Michigan.

,500,000 The Experience of Suffering in Old Age. Cotten (PI) and Mary Stuart, UMBC Designated Research Initiative Fund (DRIF) 2000 00 An Examination of Internet Use and Perceptions of Social Support, UMBC Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, PI 1995 0 Sociology Graduate Student Dissertation Research Fund Award, North Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Grant Proposals Under Review 2014 – 2015 ,000 Miss Media Michigan.

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The bottom line is, their next big thing didn't work. At best, they take bit roles and second billing to pay the bills. They landed a hot role, signed on to a Sleeper Hit, or broke back into the industry as an Ensemble Dark Horse or what have you.

Submitted to ASA/NSF Fund for the Advancement of the Discipline, June 17, 2008.

$2,422,035 “Provider Referral Intervention – Identifying Missed Opportunities”.

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If they were labeled as played out, they manage to innovate their style that refreshes their work and possibly their medium. And if they're really lucky, they're bigger than they have ever been!

See also Win Back the Crowd and Popularity Polynomial.

Maybe she was a White-Dwarf Starlet or a Former Child Star whose career fizzled out.

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