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The faculty of Queens College has continuously produced world-class and internationally-recognized research in its 75-year existence. Scholarly productivity has steadily increased in the publication of books, book chapters and peer-reviewed journal publications, in the presentation of scholarship at national and international conferences and invited lectures, in the composition and performance of musical and artistic works, and in newer technologically-driven works like blogging. Recent faculty scholarship between 2008 and 2013 can be accessed here:

Queens College Faculty Scholarship: 2008-2013 

External funding from competitive awards and contracts has also steadily increased that directly supports the scholarly output and also aids in the excellent education that Queens College students receive. Recent external grants and contracts between 2009 and 2013 can be accessed here:

Queens College Faculty External Grants: 2009-2013

Queens College is dedicated to fostering research opportunities for its students, particularly its undergraduates. Queens has been an active member of the City University of New York consortium working with the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) in an effort to expand undergraduate research opportunities with faculty as well as integrating research into the Queens College curriculum.

Queens College has many special centers and institutes that serve the diverse communities in the borough of Queens. These units address pressing societal issues, including cancer, AIDS, pollution, and racism; and celebrate the borough's many ethnic communities, including Asians, Greeks, Italians, and Jews. Queens College Centers and Institutes designated by the CUNY Board of Trustees are the following:

Asian/American Center
Asian American/Asian Research Institute
John D. Calandra Italian American Institute
Center for the Biology of Natural Systems
Center for Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies
Center for the Improvement of Education
Center for Jewish Studies
The Research Center for Korean Community
Michael Harrington Center for Democratic Values and Social Change
Neuroscience Research Center
Queens College Center for Ethnic, Racial and Religious Understanding
Schutzman Center for Entrepreneurship


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