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Michael Brown of the Psychology Department presented a paper entitled “Mock Juror Decisions in Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Statutory Rape Cases” at The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues’ (SPSSI) biennial conference in Portland, OR. SPSSI (Division 9 of the American Psychological Association) seeks to bring psychological theory and practice into focus on human problems of the group, the [...]
Call for Papers - Queer Cultural Transmovimientos: Critical Perspectives on the LGBTQ Latina/o, Chicana/o Immigrant Experience. Deadline for submission: November 3, 2014. Editors: Eddy F. Alvarez Jr., Africana & Latino Studies, Assistant Professor SUNY Oneonta, and Ellie D. Hernández, Associate Professor UC Santa Barbara. Complete information and submission guidelines (3 pages) can be viewed by clicking [...]
April Ford (English) has published two new fiction and a poem in the past few months. Since May 2014 the publications are as follows: “Something Ugly” (short story) republished with –SAND: Berlin’s English Literary Journal _http://www.sandjournal.com/news/sand-issue-9-here,, “Death Is a Side-Effect” (poem) published with the Mexico-based journal _The Ofi Press Magazine http://www.ofipress.com/fordaprill.htm, and “Project Fumarase” (short story) with [...]
Dr. Hyejune Park of the Human Ecology department (Fashion & Textiles) has published a research article entitled “The role of social network websites in the consumer-brand relationship” in the peer-reviewed journal, Journal of Retailing & Consumer Services. The article has been published in July and the electronic version of the article is available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0969698914000472 [...]
Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department is the author of a book chapter that was accepted for publication in the edited volume Handbook of Women in Competition (Oxford University Press). The chapter, which will be available online in the upcoming weeks and in print in 2015, is entitled “Adolescent peer aggression and female reproductive competition” [...]
The New York Council for the Humanities has awarded a grant in the amount of $1,500 in support of the project entitled “Planning for Conversation-based Programs that Engage Community Members in Dialogues Using Oral Histories” under the direction of Dr. William Walker (Cooperstown Graduate Program–CGP). “CGP Community Stories” (CGPCS) [http://www.cgpcommunitystories.org/] focuses on creating conversation-based programs that engage [...]
Last week, Florian Reyda, Biology and Biological Field Station, and seven undergraduate students traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana for the 89th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists. One student, Kaylee Herzog presented an oral paper reporting the results of the research she and Rebecca Russell conducted as part of a National Science Foundation grant on a [...]
UUP will kick off the political season with the New York City Labor Day Parade on Saturday, September 6. Year after year this parade has served as a who’s who of key New York State labor and political figures. This year will be no different. To have an effect on New York State politics we [...]
William Simons, History Department, is the author of “Yankee Manager Joe Torre: Proof that Sometimes Nice Guys Do Finish First.” The article appeared in the summer 2014 issue of Upstate Life Magazine.