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Friday, January 4, 2019

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FUNDING PROGRAM DEADLINES

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


 

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The CUNY Summer Undergraduate Research Program, a ten-week program that offers hands-on research experience is accepting applications until Mon, February 4, 2019. Learn More

 

PUBLICATIONS

January 11th, 2019 Science Magazine cover

EXCEPTIONAL POINTS IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS

Mohammad-Ali Miri and Andrea Al?, The City College of New York, Queens College and The Graduate Center

Exceptional points are branch point singularities in the parameter space of a system at which two or more eigenvalues, and their corresponding eigenvectors, coalesce and become degenerate. Such peculiar degeneracies are distinct features of non-Hermitian systems, which do not obey...

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INFERENCE AND CONTROL OF THE NOSOCOMIAL TRANSMISSION OF METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS

Tao Chen, Yunping Jiang and Linda Keen, The City College of New York

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a continued threat to human health in both community and healthcare settings. In hospitals, control efforts would benefit from accurate estimation of asymptomatic colonization and infection importation rates from the community. However, developing such estimates remains challenging due to limited observation of colonization...

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NEW YORK AFTER 9/11

Susan Opotow, John Jay College

This interdisciplinary collection brings together experts from diverse fields to discuss the long-term recovery of New York City after 9/11. Susan Opotow and Zachary Baron Shemtob invited experts in architecture and design, medicine, health, community advocacy, psychology, public safety, human rights, law, and mental health to look back on the aftereffects of that tragic day in key spheres of life in New York City. With a focus on the themes of space and memory, public health and public safety, trauma and conflict, and politics and social change...

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NEW FRONTIERS IN OFFENDER TREATMENT

Elizabeth L. Jeglic and Cynthia Calkins, John Jay College

This book reviews how new and promising evidence-based interventions are being used with those involved in the criminal justice system.  While there has been an increased emphasis on evidence-based practice within forensic treatment, there remains a disjoint between what we know works and adapting these interventions to those involved in the criminal justice system.

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