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GEP News in 2006

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The Provost's Office and the Gender Equity Project are co-sponsoring two workshops for Hunter faculty during the Fall 2006 semester

Tenure and Promotion
Wednesday, September 27, 2006 | 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Participation is limited to the first 25 respondents; lunch will be served
Email gender.equity@hunter.cuny.edu to register or for more information


Grant Writing: NIH and NSF (co-sponsored by the Gender Equity Project)
Wednesday, October 18, 2006 | 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Participation is limited to the first 30 respondents; lunch will be served
Email gender.equity@hunter.cuny.edu to register or for more information

 


 

"What I learned about writing grant proposals from serving on a NSF review panel"
May 3, 2006 | 11:45 am - 12:50 pm

The Gender Equity Project invites you to join us for lunch and a presentation by Professor Randye Rutberg of the Department of Geography in Room 506 Thomas Hunter Hall.

RSVP by April 26, 2006 to gender.equity@hunter.cuny.edu
Space is limited. Participation will be limited to the first 20 respondents.

 

Hunter Women Scientists in the News

Darlene DeFour and Roseanne Flores, Psychology, presented papers about the effects of community violence on girls at “Violence and Exploitation Against Women and Girls,” a New YorkAcademy of Sciences workshop.

Tracy Dennis, Psychology, is lead PI on a $68,000 CUNY collaborative grant to examine affective, cognitive, and physiological predictors of emotion regulation in children.

Haydee Salmun, Geography, was recently promoted to Associate Professor. She also had a paper, “Progress in Modeling: The Impact of Land Cover Change on the Global Climate” accepted for publication in Progress in Physical Geography, one of Geography’s top journals.

Pamela Stone, Sociology, recently had her 1981 article, “The Dictionary of Occupational Titles as a Source of Occupational Information,” recognized as one of the top 100 most highly cited articles published in the American Sociological Review, the ASA’s flagship journal.

Yujia Xu, Chemistry, received a NSF MRI instrument grant in the amount of $372,229 for the purchase of an analytical ultracentrifuge.