Reprints and Subvention

The College will assist faculty with production costs and reprint costs for scholarly publications through theScholarly Publication Subvention Fund (SPSF).  All requests should be made using the application available on the Academic Affairs webpage and sent to the Office of the Dean for Faculty Development and Research (DFDR).

1. Reprints. Assistance will be in the form of the cost of 100 reprints, normally not to exceed $300 for a single set.

Journal Articles Co-Authored by Students

*denotes undergraduate student co-author

In Press

Gurland, S. T. & *Evangelista, J. (In press).  Teacher-student relationship quality as a function of children’s expectancies, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.

Kimble, M.O., *Batterink, L., *Marks, L., *Ross, C., & Fleming, K. (in press).  Negative expectancies in PTSD:  Neurophysiological (N400) and behavioral evidence.  Journal of Psychiatric Research.