Leslie A. Aarons
published "How Philosophy Can Save the Planet" in CALIPSO (Conference Addresses of the Long Island Philosophical Society Online, Fall 2011), Volume 5, Number 1.Paul Arcario, Bret Eynon, and Louis Lucca
co-authored "The Power of Peers: New Ways for Students to Support Students" published in Making Teaching and Learning Matter: Transformative Spaces in Higher Education, eds. J. Summerfield and C. Smith (New York: Springer, 2011), pp. 195-218.Nancy Berke
published "’Electric Currents of Life:’ Lola Ridge's Immigrant Flaneuserie” in American Studies (Spring/Summer 2010), Volume 51, Number. 1/2: 27-47.Rajendra Bhika
published “Governance, Taxes, and the Board” in Corporate Secretary Magazine (April 2011), Issue 87. He collaborated with Andrea Francis on three articles, “Use Networking Events to Facilitate Success” published in The Trusted Professional (New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, October 2010), Volume 13, Number 18; “Advice for New Graduates,” a letter to the Editor, published in The Trusted Professional (October 2010), Volume 13, Number 18; and “Risk Management and the Audit Committee,” published in Corporate Secretary Magazine (September 2011), Issue 92.David S. Bimbi
co-authored an article titled, “Sexual Victimization and Health-Related Indicators Among Sexual Minority Men” (with A. Hequembourg and J. Parsons) in the Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling (2011), Volume 5, Issue 1: 2-20. He also published “The Intersection of Mutual Partner Violence and Substance Use Among Urban Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals” (with B. Kelly, H. Izienicki, and J. Parsons) in Deviant Behavior (2011), Volume 32, Issue 5: 379-404; and “Girlfriends: Evaluation of an HIV-Risk Reduction Intervention for Adult Transgender Women” (with R. Taylor, H. Joseph, A. Margolis, and J. Parsons) in AIDS Education and Prevention (2011), Volume 23, Issue 5: 469-478. Vanessa Bing
published “Addressing Intimate Partner Violence on College Campuses: Strategies and Opportunities” in NYS Psychologist (Fall 2011), Volume XXIII, Number 2: 25-28. Richard Brown
published an article “The Myth of Phenomenological Overflow” in the journal Consciousness and Cognition (July 2011), doi:10.1016/ j.concog.2011.06.005. Jeremey Cagle
published “‘I am now like the gambler:’ Erotic Triangles and Game Theory in William Faulkner’s Pylon and If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem” in The SouthernLiterary Journal (2011), Volume 43, Issue 2: 32-45.Clarence Chan
published “Minority Affairs Committee Implemented the 2011-2013 Strategic Plan by Investing in Physical Therapy Students” in the Empire State Physical Therapy (2011), Volume XLVI, Number 2. Ruhma Choudhury
published "Preparing ESL Students for the New Writing Exam in CUNY Community Colleges," (co-authored with Rebekah Johnson, Hyun-Joo Kim, and C. Jacknick of BMCC) in Idiom (New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Summer 2011), Volume 42, Issue 2: 14-16.J. Elizabeth Clark and Bret Eynon
published “Measuring Student Progress with E-Portfolios” in Peer Review (Fall 2011/Winter 2012), Volume 13/14, Number 4/1. Carrie Connors
published a book chapter titled, "‘But he aint never been seen!’: The Protean Howard Hughes and Overlapping Capitalist Narratives in Ed Dorn’s Gunslinger" in Merchants, Barons, Sellers and Suits: The Changing Images of the Businessman Through Literature, ed. C. Mahalik (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010), pp. 163-175.Monika Ekiert
published a book chapter, “Linguistic Effects on ‘Thinking-for-Writing:’ The Case of Articles in L2 English“ in Linguistic Relativity in L2 Acquisition: Evidence of L1 Thinking for Speaking, eds. Z-H. Han and T. Cadierno (Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters, 2010), pp. 125-153. She also published an invited book review of What English Language Teachers Need to Know: Understanding Learning by Murray and Christison for Teachers College Record (February 2011). Hector Fernandez
published an article “ePortfolio and Oral Communication Skills Development and Assessment” (with Edward Goodman, Santo Trapani, and Andrea Francis) in the AAEEBL Learner (August 2011), [The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning], Volume 2, Number 4: 10.Thomas Fink
published an interview with Sawako Nakayasu on Texture Notes. Ask/Tell (Sept. 2011); “Attack of the Difficult Poems by Charles Bernstein.” Press 1 5.2 (Sept. – Dec. 2011); “Olson Meets Web 2.0.” EOAGH 7 (2011); and “Exchange on Film and Poetry” [with Eric Monder]. Ask/Tell (Nov. 2011). He also published the following poems: "Dented Reprise 12," "Dented Reprise 13," "Jigsaw Hubbub 7," "Jigsaw Hubbub 8." Diode 4.3 (Summer 2011); "Dusk Bowl Intimacies 34," "Dusk Bowl Intimacies 35," "Jigsaw Hubbub 9," "Jigsaw Hubbub 10," “Milk 10” (2011). Andrea Francis
collaborated with Rajendra Bhika on three articles, “Use Networking Events to Facilitate Success” published in The Trusted Professional (New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, October 2010), Volume 13, Number 18; “Advice for New Graduates,” a letter to the Editor, published in The Trusted Professional (October 2010), Volume 13, Number 18; and “Risk Management and the Audit Committee,” published in Corporate Secretary Magazine (September 2011), Issue 92. Les Gallo-Silver
published “Sexuality, Sensuality, and Intimacy in Palliative Care” in Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work, eds. T. Altilio and S. Otis-Green (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 261-270; and co-authored with Patricia Dillon “Sexuality and Reproductive Issues” in Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Personalized Care, eds. J. Lester and P. Schmitt (Pittsburgh, PA: Oncology Nursing Society, 2011), pp. 123-132. Constance H. Gemson,
published two poems, “For Lena” and “Medical Spanish: To Donald,” in The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Care Social Work (2011). She published a chapbook of her poems Dreaming in a Different House: Remembering in Spanish, Swedish, Hebrew and Yiddish. Frank Gerace
published ¡Escucha y Habla Inglés! (BookSurge Publishing, 2011) and ESL and Adult English Learners CAN WRITE RIGHT! (CreateSpace, 2011).
published “ePortfolio and Oral Communication Skills Development and Assessment” (with Hector Fernandez, Andrea Francis and Santo Trapani) in the AAEEBL Learner (August 2011), [The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning], Volume 2, Number 4: 10.Yasser Hassebo
co-authored with Md Zahidur Rahman “Asthma Early Warning System in New York City (AEWSNYC) Using Remote Sensing Approaches” (pp. 251-255), and “Elastic Backscatter LIDAR Signal to Noise Ratio Improvement for Daylight Operations: Polarization Selection and Automation” (with K. Elsayed, pp. 162-172) published in Modern Trends in Physics Research: Proceedings of the Third International Conference, ed. L. El Nadi (Singapore: World Scientific, 2011). Ana María Hernández
published Las Hortensias y otros cuentos de Felisberto Hernández. Edición, introducción y notas (Doral, FL: Stockcero, 2011); and Fantoches 1926. Folletín moderno por once escritores cubanos. Edición, introducción y notas (Doral, FL: Stockcero, 2011).
published Bilingual Glossary of Accounting Terms (Amazon, December 2011).
published "Classroom Imperatives: Merging Technology and Traditional Course Material through the Theme of Diversity and Multiculturalism in the Workplace," Journal of Multiculturalism in Education. Reem Jaafar
published an article, “Effect of the AC Field on a Single-molecule Magnet Bridged between Conducting Leads” in the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Material (July 2011), Volume 323, Issue 23: 3151-5.
co-authored with A. Raimes the 6th edition of Key for Writers (Boston: Cengage) in 2011. She also wrote the chapter “The Fortunate Gardener: Cultivating a Writing Center” for Making Teaching and Learning Matter: Transformative Spaces in Higher Education, eds. J. Summerfield and C. Smith (New York: Springer, 2011), pp. 73-93.Rebekah Johnson
published “Discursive Practices in Family Discourse: Co-constructing the Identity of Adult Children,” an Ed.D. dissertation Teachers College, Columbia University, 2011 (ProQuest Dissertations and Theses (PQDT), UMI number: 3484360). She also wrote (co-authored with Ruhma Choudhury, Hyun-Joo Kim and C. Jacknick of BMCC) an article, “Preparing ESL Students for the New Writing Exam in CUNY Community Colleges” in Idiom (New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Summer 2011), Volume 42, Issue 2: 14-16.Patricia Jones
published a poetry collection Painkiller in November 2010 (Tia Chucha Press) and a chapbook Swimming to America in July 2011 (Red Glass Books).Steven Karl
published a chapbook of poems emissions/ of in 2011 (H_NGM_N Press) and had poems published in Best American Poetry blog, EOAGH, Tiaga, Jellyfish, pax americana and With + Stand. He also had poems with A.V. Wong in Sixth Finch, Supper Arrow and Forklift, Ohio. In addition, Fast Times published his review of Sommer Browning’s Either Way I'm Celebrating. His review of Kate Colby’s Beauport appeared in H_NGM_N #12 and a review of Abraham Smith’s Hank was published in Sink Review # 6. Finally, his review of CD Wright’s One With Others was anthologized in Best of Coldfront Magazine, 2010. Mangala Kothari
published “Pollen Count Level and Allergies” in the second edition of the PQL Sampler, 2010-11, Supplement MAT 096, s-1-s-10. In collaboration with Abderrazak Belkharraz, Kothari designed two booklets “Study Guide for MAT095 and MAT096.” The booklets were piloted in few sections of each course during the spring 2011. She also complied and revised booklet for MAT 096 for the First Year Institute program for 2012. Mitchell A. Levy
co-authored an article, “The Integration of Reality-based Programming to Address “Schizophrenic” Support Services” with Bernard Polnariev and Laura McGowan; the article was published on Student Affairs News (SAN) website, National Center for Higher Education Risk Management (NCHERM), in August 2011. He also co-authored an article, “Core Considerations for Counseling Non-Traditional Students,” with Bernard Polnariev and S. O’Connor published on Student Affairs (SAN) website, National Center for Higher Education Risk Management.
co-authored "The Power of Peers: New Ways for Students to Support Students" with Paul Arcario and Bret Eynon published in Making Teaching and Learning Matter: Transformative Spaces in Higher Education, eds. J. Summerfield and C. Smith (New York: Springer, 2011), pp. 195-218.
Anthony Lugo and Judi O’Toole
published “The Sustainability Council: A Report from the Field” in In Transit: The LaGuardia Journal on Teaching and Learning (Spring 2011), Volume 5: 16-30.
published “Unchaste Veneration in Titian’s Worship of Venus” in New Studies on Old Masters: Essays in Renaissance Art in Honor of Colin Eisler, eds. J. Garton and D. Wolfthal, Essays and Studies, Volume 26 (Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, Canada, 2011), pp. 363-382.
co-authored an article, "A Note on the Variety of Pair of Matrices whose Product is Symmetric," with B. Snapp; the article was published in Contemporary Mathematics (November 2011), Volume 555: 145-150.
Elizabeth Harris McCormick
served as Guest Editor and wrote “Introduction” to a special issue of the Nineteenth Century Gender Studies titled, “Women Write the Natural World” (Summer 2011), Volume 7.2.
published “Exchanging Performative Words: Epistolary Performance and University Drama in Late Medieval England” in Medieval English Theatre (2010), Volume 32: 12-25.
Gail O. Mellow
co-authored with D. Woolis, “Teetering between Eras: Higher Education in a Global, Knowledge Networked World” in 2010 in the online academic journal On the Horizon, Volume 18, Issue 4: 308-319. In the May-June 2011 issue of Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, President Mellow joined D. Woolis and D. Laurillard in publishing an article, “In Search of a New Developmental Education Pedagogy,” Volume 43, Issue 3: 50-59. She also co-authored with D. Woolis a chapter titled, “Our Head in the Cloud: Transforming Work on College Completion” for the book, Educating Educators with Social Media, ed. C. Wankel (Bingley, UK: Emerald, 2011), pp. 279-302.
published a book review of Todd C. Shaw’s “Now Is the Time! Detroit Black Politics and Grassroots Activism” in The Journal of American History (December 2010), Volume 97, Number
published an article written jointly with A. Ushakov, “Mean-set attack: Cryptanalysis of Sibert et al. Authentication Protocol,” appeared in the Journal of Mathematical Cryptology (October 2010), Volume 4: 149-174. She also published a textbook, Pre-Calculus (7th ed. 2011, Educo) with M. Sharma and C. Gupta. Natalia Mosina’s article, "Strong law of large numbers on graphs and groups”, co-authored with A. Ushakov, was published in Groups – Complexity – Cryptology (May 2011), Volume 3: 67-103. Her supplemental appendix, “Hands-On Laboratory Supplement. Enhanced Pre-Calculus Learning Experience” appeared in Sullivan and Sullivan’s Concepts Through Functions: A Unit Circle Approach to Trigonometry (custom edition for LAGCC, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, August 2001). She also contributed “Appendix on Probabilistic Group-Based Cryptanalysis” (pp. 325 – 368) in the book, Non-commutative Cryptography and Complexity of Group-theoretic Problems (by A. Myasnikov, V. Shpilrain, A. Ushakov, in “Mathematical Surveys and Monographs”, Volume 177, American Mathematical Society, November 2011).
published "Damage Self-Diagnosis in Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Composites under Fatigue Loading" in the Proceedings of the ASME 2010 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (Philadelphia, PA, October 2010; SMASIS2010-3870). His paper entitled, "Electrical Conductivity and Elastic Properties of Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polycarbonate Nanocomposites" was published in the Proceedings of the ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (Denver, CO, November 2011; IMECE2011-62685).
Steven Ovadia and Scott White
collaborated on the article, “Bringing an Online Credit Research Class from Concept to Reality,” published in the Journal of Library and Information Services in Distance Learning (October 2010), Volume 4: 197–207. Steven Ovadia published “The Trouble with Logins: The Challenges of Online Identity” in Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian (October 2010), Volume 29, Issue 4: 296-300; “Open-Access Electronic Textbooks: An Overview” in Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian (January 2011), Volume 30, Issue 1: 52–56; “Managing Citations With Cost-Free Tools” in Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian (April 2011), Volume 30, Issue 2: 107–111; “Quora.com: Another Place for Users to Ask Questions” in Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian (July 2011), Volume 30, Issue 3: 176–180; “An Early Introduction to the Google+ Social Networking Project” in Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian (October 2011), Volume 30, Issue 4: 259–263. He also co-authored “What’s Next for Collection Management and Managers?” with Daisy V. Dominguez, published in Collection Management (2011), Volume 36: 145–153.
published “Overcoming Obstacles: How WID Benefits Community College Students and Faculty” in Writing across the Curriculum at the Community College, a special issue of Across the Disciplines (December 2010)
LaRose T. Parris
published "Frantz Fanon: Existentialist, Dialectician, and Revolutionary" in The Journal of Pan African Studies (November 2011), Volume 4, Number 7: 4-23.
published an article, “Some Remarks About Linguistic Expressions in Writings about Ethnicity and Conflict: The Case of Yugoslavia” in Theory in Action (July 2011), Volume 4, Issue 3. In addition, his piece “Liderska Istina o Ratovima Devedesetih" ("A Leaders’ Truth about the 1990’s Wars") was published in the Belgrade (Serbia) daily newspaper Politika in the section Medju Nama (Among Ourselves) on August 31, 2011.
co-authored an article, “The Integration of Reality-based Programming to Address “Schizophrenic” Support Services” with Mitchell A. Levy and Laura McGowan; the article was published on Student Affairs News (SAN) website, National Center for Higher Education Risk Management (NCHERM), in August 2011.Preethi Radhakrishnan
published an article, along with K. Fedorka, entitled “Inﬂuence of Female Age, Sperm Senescence and Multiple Mating on Sperm Viability in Female Drosophila Melanogaster” in the Journal of Insect Physiology (February 2011), Volume 57, Issue 6: 778-83.
Md Zahidur Rahman
published "A statistical method to correct radiometric data measured by AVHRR onboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellites (POES)” with Abdel Kadik and L. Roytman in Proc. SPIE [The International Society for Optics and Photonics], Volume 8029, 1F (doi:10.1117/12.882919, May 2011). His article "Asthma Early Warning System in New York City (AEWSNYC) Using Remote Sensing Approaches" with Yasser Hassebo, was published in Modern Trends in Physics Research: Proceedings of the Third International Conference, ed. L. El Nadi (Singapore: World Scientific, 2011), pp. 251-255. Rahman also published "Malaria Early Warning and Monitoring System/Health Component Namibia Flood Sensor Web Response Vector Borne Disease System Pilot Project" in the CUNY Research Foundation 2010 Annual Report (July 2011).
published "Delayed Flights: Representations of Homecoming and Operation Pedro Pan in Nilo Cruz's Hortensia and the Museum of Dreams" in Recent Paradigms in Latino and Latin American Performing Art, ed. B. Rizk (Ediciones Universal, 2010). She also wrote an article titled "ePerformance: Crafting, Rehearsing, and Presenting the ePortfolio Persona" in the International Journal of ePortfolio (2011), Volume 1, Number 1: 1-9; and published "Interactive Forum Theatre for Research Questions" in Let the Games Begin: Engaging Students with Interactive Information Literacy Instruction, ed. T. McDevitt (New York: Neal-Schuman Press, 2011), pp. 60-63.James Richardson
published an article titled, “Motivating at Risk African Americans and Hispanics Through the Study of New Media Technology” in the Hispanic Educational Technology Services (HETS) Online Journal (March 2011), Volume 1, Issue 2: 36-62.
published "Pragmatic Encroachment, High Stakes, and Religious Knowledge" in the International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion (2011), Volume 70, Issue 3: 217-229.
published “Sacrificial Crowds and Radical Power: A Meditation” in the CUNY Graduate Center Advocate (March 2011) and “The Police War against the Occupy Crowds” in the CUNY Graduate Center Advocate (November 2011).
published an article "A Black Woman and Proud: Effa Manley and Racial Self-Identification" in Black Ball: A Negro League Journal (Fall 2011), Volume 4, Number 2.
published an article entitled, "The New Media Writer as Cartographer" in Computers and Composition (December 2011), Volume 28, Issue 4: 303-314. His poetry chapbook, “Thermae,” was published in EOAGH magazine, and other poems were published in Court Green 8 and the anthology Divining Divas. His reviews of contemporary poets appeared in Boston Review and Bookforum.com, and an essay he wrote on the transgender performer Justin Bond was published in RFD (Radical Faeries Digest).Charity Scribner
published the entry “John Berger” in the Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction I (London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011). She also published the article “Thomas Hirschhorn Loves Queens” in The Last Evening Sun, a publication of the New Museum in New York.
John F. Shean
published a book entitled “Soldiering for God”: Christianity and the Roman Army” (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2010). His review of Constantine: Roman Emperor, Christian Victor by Stephenson was published in The NYMAS Review, Volume 51, Issues 1-2 (Winter-Spring, 2012).
has three papers now available online via Academic Search Complete: "Recurrent Onomastic Textures in the Diana of Jorge de Montemayor and the Arcadia of Sir Philip Sidney;" “‘Moving the Monarch’: The Rhetoric of Persuasion in Camões’s Lusíadas;" and "Sir Philip Sidney and the Castilian Tongue." His article "Structures and Restructures in Montemayor's Diana, Books I-III" has been chosen by the Gale Group for inclusion in a select group of essays on Jorge de Montemayor (ca. 1520-61), Literature Criticism from 1400-1800 (Gale Group, 2011), pp 199-204. His article, “Exile under Fire: Reassessing the Poetics and Practice of Camões’s First Editor, Manuel de Faria e Sousa" is now available online at the Literature Resource Center. His review for Renaissance Quarterly of The Poetics of Empire in the Indies: Prophecy and Imitation in "La Araucana" and "Os Lusíadas" by Nicolopulos is also available online at the Literature Resource Center.Diana C. Silverman
published "Marriage and Political Violence in the Chronicles of the Medieval Veneto" in Speculum (July 2011), Volume 86, Issue 3: 652-687. Catherine Stern
published an article "The Role of Audiobooks in Academic Libraries" in College & Undergraduate Libraries (Jan-Mar 2011), Volume 18, Issue 1: 77-91. George Sussman
published an article titled “Was the Black Death in India and China?” in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine (Fall 2011), Volume 85, Number 3: 319-55; and a book review of Infection of the Innocents: Wet Nurses, Infants, and Syphilis in France, 1780-1900 by Sherwood in the Journal of Interdisciplinary History (Autumn, 2011), Volume XLII, Number 2: 291-92. Laura Tanenbaum
published "Did Anyone Ever Truly Decide? Rereading Cultural Feminism through the Patty Hearst Case" in The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture (December 2010), Volume 3, Number 2: 207-223; "When the Sewing Needles Dropped," a review of Art and Madness by Roiphe in Open Letters Monthly (May 2011); "The Personal was Always the Political," a review of Gornick’s Emma Goldman: Revolution as a Way of Life in Open Letters Monthly (November 2011); and the short story "Unknowing" in the literary journal Monkeybicycle (July 2011). Melinda Thomsen’s
poems “New York, 6AM,” “Atlantic City, 7:10AM,” “Prague, 5:45AM,” and “Maine, 5AM” were published in The Same (Winter/Spring 2011), Volume 8, Number 2. Her poems “Ohrdruf Concentration Camp, April 13, 1945,” and “Suppertime, December 28, 1944” were featured in the August 2011 edition of Numero Cinq. “New York Blood Center” and “Remembering a Letter My Grandfather Wrote about Standing outside Buchenwald Crematorium on April 23, 1945” were published in the Brooklyn Arts Council’s, September 11th Memorial Poetry Project on September 9, 2010. Her poem “The Great Blue Heron of Grand Traverse Bay” was published in Poetry in Performance (Fall 2010). Thomsen’s chapbook Field Relations was published by Finishing Line Press (December 2011). Her article “William Matthews: A Well Spoken, Worldly and Ironic Gentleman” was published in Big City Lit (Spring 2011).Santo Trapani
published an article “ePortfolio and Oral Communication Skills Development and Assessment” (with Edward Goodman, Hector Fernandez, and Andrea Francis) in the AAEEBL Learner (August 2011), [The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning], Volume 2, Number 4: 10. He also published “The Family System: Influence through Action and Words” in The Dynamics of Terror and the Creation of Homegrown Terrorists, eds. R. Hughbank, A. Niosi and J. Dumas (Mustang, OK: Tate, 2011), pp 65-75.
Ting Man Tsao
published “Do We Really Know What the Problems Are? A Messy Conversation about Pedagogical Questions and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning” in Teaching English in the Two-Year College (2010), Volume 38, Number 2: 184-185; and “My Dear Amelia: The Doty Letters from Amoy, Christian Parenthood, the Heathen Chinese, and the Missionary Enterprise” in Victorians Institute Journal (2010), Digital Annex 38, NINES [Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship]; as well as a book chapter titled, “Making a Home for Family and Scholarship” in Papa, PhD: Essays on Fatherhood by Men in the Academy, eds. M. Marotte, P. Reynolds and R. Savarese (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2011), pp. 176-183.
published “Connecting Learning and Identity Development through a Transformative Activist Stance: Application in Adolescent Development in a Child Welfare Program” with A. Stetsenko in Human Development (2011), Volume 54, Issue 5: 313-338. Gary Vollo
and the Greater Astoria Historical Society collaborated to co-author a book titled, Then & Now: Long Island City (Charleston, SC: Arcadia, 2010). All the photographs of the modern images (83 in all) were taken by Vollo. Dong Wook Won
along with A. Myasnikov and A. Ushakov, published "The Word Problem in the Baumslag Group with a Non-elementary Dehn Function: Is Polynomial Time Decidable" in the Journal of Algebra (November 2011), Volume 345, Issue 1: 324-342. Lykourgos Vasileiou
published “Positioning the Implied Reader: Using Hypertext to Enhance Students’ Reading Experience of The Waste Land" in Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice (2011), Volume 4, Issue 4: 87-96.
published a paper entitled “The Hawk-Dove-Retaliator Game” in the November 2011 issue of Maple Reporter Academic. As a correspondent for the College Mathematics Journal (CMJ), Wang monitors a broad spectrum of publications that are of interest to colleagues in the mathematical community. He has written abstracts for “Mathematics of Terror,” “Investigating Links from Teaching Knowledge, to Classroom Practice, to Student Learning in the Instructional System of the Middle-School Mathematics Classroom,” “Mathematics and Salsa dancing,” and “Probability, Physics, and the Coin Toss” in volumes 41 and 42 of the CMJ.
published a paper entitled “Dynamic Planes of Tangent-like Meromorphic Functions,” in the Proceedings of the 2011 University of Hawaii International Conference on Mathematics and Engineering. She also published a pedagogical article entitled “Teaching Basic Skills Math as World-Altering Knowledge” in In Transit: The LaGuardia Journal on Teaching and Learning (Spring 2011), Volume 5: 108-118.
published a paper “Morphological Organization of the Male Palpal Organ in Australian Ground Spiders of the Genera Anzacia, Intruda, Zelanda, and Encoptarthria (Araneae: Gnaphosidae)” in the Journal of Arachnology (2011), Volume 39, Issue 4: 121-131.