Scholarly Research

As stated in the NYFC Constitution, the duties and membership of the scholarly research committee are composed of the following:

a)     The Committee on Scholarly Research is composed of 10 elected voting members of the NYFC.

b)     The duties of the Committee on Scholarly Research are:

i. To make policy recommendations to the NYFC on all matters pertaining to providing support in the form of released time and/or direct financial support for scholarly research;
ii. To meet at least once each semester to consider requests by faculty for support for scholarly research.

Allocated:                  10 members

Currently has:             10 members


Committee chair:       Goldleaf, Steven (English)


Current committee members: (Fall 2011-Spring 2013)

Alpern, Carol (Biology and Health Sciences)

Athanasopoulos, Demos (Chemistry and Physical Sciences)

Goldleaf, Steven (English)

Dwyer, Cathy (Information Technology)

Lee, Picheng (Accounting)

Pulver, Sandra (Mathematics)

Rafferty, Yvonne (Psychology)

Rahman, Noushi (Management and Management Science)

Rizzo, Jaime Lee (Chemistry and Physical Sciences)

Roland, Joan (History)

 


Forms:
Scholarly research application, release time

Fall due date: Second Friday of October
Springdue date: Third Friday of February
Send completed form via intercampus mail to: Goldleaf, Steven (English), PNY

Scholarly research application, research expenses
Fall due date: Second Friday of October
Springdue date: Third Friday of February
Send completed form via intercampus mail to: Goldleaf, Steven (English), PNY

 

Note 1: Faculty members who receive support of the committee for their scholarly research applications for a given semester are requested to refrain from applying for additional scholarly research funds for the immediate subsequent semester.
Note 2: Assuming that all applications have met the basic criteria, if more funding is requested than what is available, then, for course release applications, faculty members without any form of course release (e.g., administrative or otherwise) are favored over those with such course release.