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Faculty Diversity Research and Curriculum Development Grant Recipients


Amy Catalano, Learning Disabilities and Distance Education in Post-Secondary Education: Using Participatory Research Methods to Improve Course Design for Students with Learning Disabilities

Jessica Holzer, Rating Cycling and Pedestrian Infrastructure in Nassau County

Theresa McGinnis, Political Engagement with Unaccompanied Immigrant Youth at Hempstead High School

Karyn Valerius, Stephen Crane's Anti-Gothic: Disability and Race in the Monster


Kara Alaimo, Promoting Education in Intercultural and International Public Relations

Martine Hackett, Mapping Housing and Health Inequity on Long Island


Catherine DiMartino, The Quest for More Equitable Schooling: Choice, Charters and Suburban Districts

Genevieve Weber and Graduate Student Lindsay Jacobson, The Influence of Family Acceptance on LGBT College Students' Well-Being


Warren Bratter, Collard Greens and Pupusas: The untold and unfinished story of suburban ethnic change in Glen Cove, New York

Martine Hackett, Suburban Health Story Exchange

Sharon Phillips, Creating Competitive Activities in Physical Education for a Multicultural Population

John Pulis, West Indians on Long Island

David L. Weiden, American Indian Attitudes Towards Native Sports Mascots: A New Survey


Amy Catalano, Improving Library Instruction and Reference Services for Students with Both Intellectual and Physical Disabilities

Eduardo Duarte, A Chance for a New Human Togetherness: The Technology of Difference: Thinking Multi-culturally

Susan Saab Fortney, The Ethics of Diversity and the Legal Profession

Sophie Hawkins, Mapping the Sacred in the Suburbs

Genevieve Weber Gilmore, 2013 State of Higher Education for LGBT People

LGBTQQIA Research Grant Recipients


Christina Ventura-DiPersia, Examining the Role of Sexual Identity Openness and Social and Institutional Support in Shaping Health Outcomes in LGBQQ College-Aged Young Adults


Anthony Santella, Project SYNC (Sex in Youth in Nassau County)


Serge Martinez and Lauris Wren, Increasing Access to Legal Services for LGBT Immigrants on Long Island


Andrew Spieldenner, The Gay Community Engagement on HIV Medicine & Science (GEMS) Project