2015-2016 Co-Investigator. Fanale, C. (PI), Maarhuis, P., Wright, B. The impact of mental health on cannabis among sanctioned college
students. National Institutes of Health (NIH), Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program (ADARP) grant, Washington
State University ($10,765).
2014-2015 Co-Investigator. Patterns and correlates of substance use among sexual minority college students. Norris, A. (PI),
Marcus, D. (Co-PI), Washington State University Research on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (RADA) grant ($5,000).
2002-2014 Maarhuis, P. Development and management of fee-for-service budget for ADCAPS service. Washington State University ($120,000 annual).
2007-2008 Maarhuis, P. Curriculum development for multicultural education program. Lighty Leadership Fund, Washington State University ($3,500).
2007-2008 Maarhuis, P. Curriculum development: Individual & community health and harm reduction. Robert B. McEachern Fund, Washington State University ($7,000).
2006-2007 Maarhuis, P. Undergraduate research and leadership development: Community health, social Responsibility, and alcohol use. Lighty Leadership Fund, Washington State University ($5,000).
2005-2007 Fabiano, P. (PI), & Maarhuis, P. (WSU Campus PI & Research Coordinator). Campus community strategy to change
the drinking culture, National Institutes of Health (NIH) & National Institutes of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse (NIAAA).
Member of 3 campus teams conducting multi-site research project headed by Western Washington University & the Pacific
Institute for Research & Evaluation ($300,000 total, Washington State University funds, $12,000).
2003-2004 Fabiano, P. (PI), & Maarhuis, P. (WSU Campus PI & Research Coordinator). Washington State-wide Assessment
(WASTA). College Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention and Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse (DASA).
Member of 6 campus teams to implement the National College Health Assessment as Washington State's first statewide
assessment of college student substance use and a campus/community-level assessment of the environment and
prevention practices (Washington State University funds, $3,000).