Faculty Receive Open Access Publishing Support Funding for 2016 - 2017

University Libraries and the Office of Research and Economic Development provide an Open Access Publishing Fund to support faculty who want to have their article published in an open access format. By making their articles open access, price and permission barriers are removed so that everyone can review their research worldwide. UNCG faculty can receive up to $1,000 of funding each fiscal year. For more information about the guidelines, the application process and  a link to an online application form, visit http://uncg.libguides.com/scholarlycomm. If you have questions, please contact Beth Bernhardt, Assistant Dean for Collection Management and Scholarly Communications at beth_bernhardt@uncg.edu. The following faculty and graduate students received funding for the 2016 - 2017 academic year.

Kelly Harper
“Perfectionism and Effort-Related Cardiac Activity: Do Perfectionists Try Harder?” http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0160340

Edward Hellen
“Flexible dynamics of two quorum-sensing coupled repressilators” https://journals.aps.org/pre/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevE.95.022408

Sara Heredia
“Exploring the influence of item context on student response patterns to natural selection multiple choice items”

Matina Kalcounis-Rueppell
“Winter Activity of Coastal Plain Populations of  Bat Species Affected by White-nose Syndrome and Wind Energy Facilities”

Nikita Kuznetsov
 “Power Considerations for the Application of Detrended Fluctuation Analysis in Gait Variability Studies”

Nicholas Oberlies
“Enhanced Dereplication of Fungal Cultures via use of Mass Defect Filtering”

Yashomati Patel
“Naringenin Inhibits Proliferation and Survival of Tamoxifen-Resistant Breast Cancer Cells”

“Inhibition of the MAPK Pathway Alone is Insufficient to Account for all of the Cytotoxic Effects of Naringenin in MCF-7 Breast Cancer Cells” http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221400851630013X

Denise Tucker
“Impact of different cutoff criteria on rate of (central) auditory processing disorders diagnosis”