National Institutes of Health- Institute on Aging Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) R15; Co-Principal Investigator, PI: Matthew Shake;; Bingocize®: A Novel Mobile Application to Help Maintain or Improve Older Adults' Health, Function,and Cognition. $417,398.00 (2018)
United States Center for Medicare Services Civil Money Penalty Grant; Bingocize®: An evidence-based health promotion program to improve the quality of life of Kentucky certified nursing facility residents. $126,215.00 (2018)
National Science Centre-Poland Harmonia 10 Grant; Activating seniors and improving their quality of life with use of new innovative game-centered mobile application BINGOCIZE®. Co-Principal Investigator, $300,000 (In Review)
United States Center for Medicare Services Civil Money Penalty Grant; Bingocize®: An evidence-based health promotion program to improve the quality of life of Kentucky certified nursing facility residents. $772,730.00 (2017)
Owensboro Regional Health Hospital Community Benefit Grant. Bingocize® improves health and quality of life in older adults. $36,677.00 (2017)
University of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England College Research Fund; Co-Investigator; Bingocize®: A Novel Mobile Application to Help Maintain or Improve Older Adults' Health, Function, and Cognition. $3,000.00 (2017)
Retirement Research Foundation Research Grant. Efficacy of a mobile application for improving older adults’ health, function, and cognition. $94,682.00 (2015)
Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation Kentucky Commercialization Fund Grant $74,860.00 (2014)
Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation SBIR/STTR Phase Double Zero Program Grant $3,650.00 (2014)
Owensboro Health Hospital Community Benefit Grant $7,800.00 (2013)
Owensboro Medical Health Systems Community Benefit Grant $3,365.00 (2012)
Western Kentucky University Office of International Programs International Activities Grant, Improving Older Adults Physical Activity Participation and University Student/Community Engagement in the United Kingdom: Lessons Learned from Bingocize® $2000.00 (2018)
Western Kentucky University Center for Citizenship & Social Justice Scholars in Service Grant to fund Graduate Assistant Thesis Research $1000.00 (2017)
School of Public Health Interdisciplinary Seed Money Grant-Indiana University, Bloomington. Piatt, J., Taylor, J., Crandall, K.J., Keith, T. Community-based health interventions: Decreasing secondary health conditions in older adults through physical activity. $5000.00 (2016)
Western Kentucky University/University of Louisville Southern Kentucky Area Health Education Center $760.00 (2016)
Western Kentucky University/University of Louisville Southern Kentucky Area Health Education Center$820.00 (2016)
Western Kentucky University Research and Creative Activities Program (RCAP) grant $16,000.00 (2015)
Western Kentucky University College of Health and Human Services Faculty Research Grant $6,000.00 (2015)
Western Kentucky University ALIVE Center Community Partnership Grant $1,324.00 (2015)
Western Kentucky University Faculty-Undergraduate Student Engagement (FUSE) Grant $3,000.00 (2014)
Western Kentucky University Faculty-Undergraduate Student Engagement (FUSE) Grant
Western Kentucky University College of Health and Human Services Faculty Scholarship Grant $5,500.00 (2013)
Western Kentucky University ALIVE Center Community Partnership Grant $2,500.00 (2013)
Dispennette, K*., K.J. Crandall, M. Schafer, M. Shake, G. Macy & B. Clark*. (In Review) Effects of a game-centered health promotion program on fall risk, health knowledge, and quality of life in community-dwelling Older Adults. International Journal of Exercise Science
Blasé, C*., H. Erwin, K.J. Crandall, J. Cui,* M.G. Abel, J.L. Clasey. (In Review). Effectiveness of a physical activity enhancing program for use during indoor recess. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport.
Crandall, K.J., M. Shake, & U. Ziegler. (In Review). Bingocize®: Assessing the impact of a game-centered mobile app on older adults’ health activation. Patient Education and Counseling Journal
Neils-Strunjas, J., K.J.Crandall, J. Shackelford, K. Dispennette*, L.R. Stevens*, & A. Glascock* (2018). Students Report More Positive Attitudes Toward the Elderly Following an Interprofessional Service-Learning Course. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education. DOI: 10.1080/02701960.2018.1479262
Shake, M., K.J. Crandall, R. Mathews*, D.G. Falls, & K. Dispennette*. (2018). Efficacy of Bingocize®: A game-centered mobile application to improve physical and cognitive performance in older adults. Games for Health Journal. 7(4): 1-9. doi.org/10.1089/g4h.2017.0139
Falls, D.G.*., K.J. Crandall., M.Shake,, E. Norris, J. Taylor, & S. Arnett. (2018). Efficacy of a mobile application for improving gait performance in community-dwelling older adults. American Journal of Therapeutic Recreation. 17 (2):9-19.
Crandall, K.J. & M. Shake. (2016). A mobile application for improving functional performance and health education in older adults: A pilot study. Journal of Aging Science. 4(2): 1-5.
Willard, M.R*. & K. J. Crandall. (2016). Intergenerational service-learning to combat ageism in exercise science students. Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Sport. 53(2): 55-67.
Crandall, K.J., K. Steward, & T. Warf*. (2016). A mobile application to reduce perceived stress in female undergraduate students. American Journal of Health Studies. 31 (2): 68-73.
Fairman C*, K. Kendall, B. Harris, K.J. Crandall, J. McMillan. (2016). Effectiveness of a training program using an Alter-G treadmill to improve physiological and psychosocial measures in female breast cancer survivors. International Journal of Exercise Science. 9(1): 101- 109.
Crandall, K. J. & K.I. Steenbergen*. (2015). Older adults’ functional performance and health knowledge after a combination exercise, health education, and bingo game. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine (1). October-December: 1-8, DOI: 10.1177/2333721415613201.
Crandall, K.J., C. Fairman*, and D. Anderson*. (2015). Functional fitness in older adults after a combination multicomponent exercise program and bingo game. International Journal of Exercise Science, 8 (1): 38-48.
Crandall, K.J. (2014). Bingocize®: Successful integration of intergenerational service-learning into an exercise science practicum project. Journal of Community Engagement in Higher Education, 6 (2): 1-6.
Vowels, M.R.* & K.J. Crandall. (2014). A descriptive study of exercise science students’ knowledge of, and attitudes toward, older adults. Kentucky Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Journal, 51 (2): 66-78.