This page will post links to websites that may help faculty in getting resources and information for their research. If you are aware of any general research resources that you feel may be helpful to other faculty, please notify the FDA at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to add them below.
- Members of the Hunter Community,
The New York Times online is now available to all of CUNY! Yes, anyone with a valid CUNY e-mail address can receive unlimited access to the NY Times in digital and mobile formats. We are very excited to be able to offer this service to all faculty, staff and students.
Unlike a regular subscription, this is an Academic Pass. You will still receive full access, but signing up is a bit different. Here are the steps to follow:
Go to nytimes.com/passes.
1. Click on "Register" to create a NYTimes.com account using your CUNY e-mail address.
2. At the bottom of the Welcome page, click "Continue."
3. If your email address is from an eligible school, you will then see "Check your email." Look for a “Confirm Your Email Address” message, which should arrive to your CUNY e-mail within 15 minutes.
4. Click on the link in our confirmation email. This will simultaneously verify your eligibility and
grant your Academic Pass, which will provide access to NYTimes.com for your campus designated period.
5. If you don’t get our confirmation email, check your spam filter. If you still do not receive it, send an email from your school email account to email@example.com
Once you’ve created an account, access from anywhere will simply require your CUNY New York Times login—you will not have to authenticate it through the library’s website. You will see your subscription as being for “one year,” although that renewals will happen as the subscription continues.
If you already have an annual subscription to the New York Times with your CUNY e-mail address, you can cancel it and the New York Times, Co. will issue a refund. If you wish to continue your own access (for example, If you get the print edition with online access), but also want to use the CUNY version, we do suggest you move your original subscription to a personal e-mail address.
The only limit to material is for pre-1980 articles from the New York Times Archives. However, Hunter College Libraries has full access to major historical newspapers through our other database subscriptions, including the New York Times back to 1857.
I hope that you will all enjoy this resource for your academic needs.
Chief Librarian, Associate Dean
Hunter College Libraries
The Fund for Faculty Advancement. This fund provides faculty with the resources they need to publish or obtain external funding for their research or creative work. For more information see http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/provost/teaching-research/funding-opportunities-1.
- This was just voted on and approved by the CUNY Committee On Academic Policy, Programs And Research--it next goes to the CUNY Board of trustees for final approval.
Recent draft of CUNY Human Research Protection Program Policies and Procedures
- To help identify Hunter faculty with specific research interests that you may wish to collaborate with, please follow this link to the faculty research search engine for Hunter College: Faculty Expert Database
- Hunter's Office of Research Administration (ORA) has an excellent website providing information on applying for grants, funding opportunities, proposal preparation, and managing research awards. The office is located in room 1424 Hunter East, phone: 212-772-4020.
- The ORA publishes a monthly newsletter that includes recent grant listings and recent Hunter grant recipients. Back issues are available at the above link.
- For research involving human subjects, the Hunter Institutional Review Board (IRB) website specifies the forms and procedures required.
- For Federally-funded research involving animals, the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) website specifies the forms and procedures required.