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Friday, December 14, 2018

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FUNDING PROGRAM DEADLINES

Sat, December 15, 2018 | PSC-CUNY) Research Award Program


Thu, February 4, 2019 | William P. Kelly Research Fellowship Program


Fri, March 1, 2019 | Book Completion Award


Fri, March 8, 2019 | Interdisciplinary Research Grant Program


Fri, April 12, 2019 | Community College Research Grant Program


 

EVENTS

CUNY COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

The annual faculty development workshop will feature a keynote presentation by Dr. Thomas Brock, Director of the Community College Research Center.  There will be breakout sessions on the scholarship of teaching and learning, growth mindset in STEM and integrating research into the curriculum across disciplines. There will also be a discussion open education resources at CUNY.

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YOUR INVITED TO ATTEND THE CUNY GAMES CONFERENCE 5.0

This year, on January 18, the CUNY Games Conference distills its best cutting-edge interactive presentations into a one-day event to promote and discuss game-based pedagogies in higher education, focusing particularly on non-digital learning activities that faculty can use in the classroom every day.

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PUBLICATIONS

RESTING AMYGDALA CONNECTIVITY AND BASAL SYMPATHETIC TONE AS MARKERS OF CHRONIC HYPERVIGILANCE

Olena Kleshchova, Jenna K.Rieder and Jack Grinband, Hunter College and The Graduate Center

Chronic hypervigilance, a state of sustained alertness and hyperarousal in the absence of threat, has been shown to predict poorer clinical outcomes post-trauma. An exaggerated and persistent amygdala alerting response to affective information has been proposed as a reactivity-based, and...

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CYCLE DOUBLING, MERGING, AND RENORMALIZATION IN THE TANGENT FAMILY

Tao Chen, Yunping Jiang and Linda Keen, LaGuardia Community College, Queens College and the Graduate Center

In the 1970s, Feigenbaum, and Arneodo, Coullet, and Tresser, discovered an interesting phenomenon in physics called period doubling that showed how a sequence of dynamical systems with stable dynamics can converge to one with chaotic dynamics.

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RELATIONSHIP QUALITY AMONG YOUNG GAY AND BISEXUAL MEN IN CONSENSUAL NONMONOGAMOUS RELATIONSHIPS

Christopher Stults, Baruch College

Consensual nonmonogamous (CNM) relationships (e.g., open relationships) are common among adult gay and bisexual men, and thus, younger gay and bisexual men may also engage in consensual nonmonogamy. Yet little is known about CNM relationships among young gay and bisexual men. This is problematic, as nonmonogamy may have important implications for relationship health, which is linked to individual mental and physical health.

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