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Jones, Vincent
 

Jones, Vincent

Curriculum Vitae
Director of the Health Promotion Center
Assistant Professor
Health and Human Performance

Phone: 718-262-5109
Office Location: HP-207
vjones1@york.cuny.edu

Office Hours  
Tuesday  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
Wednesday  5:00 PM - 6:00 PM 

Education

Degree Institution Field Dates
EdD  Teachers College, Columbia University  Health Education  2020 
MA  Teachers College, Columbia University  Sociology and Education, Policy Focus  2014 
BA  Middlebury College  Sociology/Anthropology   
Dr. Jones' research aims to improve health outcomes for vulnerable populations, namely sexual minorities, sufferers of prolonged grief, and youth on mobile dating platforms. They also investigate health information seeking behavior of college students, which is especially important due to information-inconsistencies during a time when personal independence and concurrent personal health decision making may be increased. Jones directs the Heath Promotion Center at York that not only functions as a collaborative research hub, but also serves the greater York College community with lectures and referrals to health services.

Areas of Expertise

Sexual minority health, health information-seeking behavior, prolonged grief disorder, e-health, needs assessments, spirituality/religion and health.

Articles in Field Of Expertise

Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances

" Issues in Conducting International Research " November 2021: York College (CUNY).

" National Library of Medicine: What is a Vaccine? " December 2020: .

" Sexual Satisfaction, Well-Being, and Kink Roles and Behaviors among a Unique Sample in the US. " November 2019: Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.

" Health Information-Seeking Behavior of Undergraduates " April 2021: York College (CUNY).

" Inconsistencies in Routine Infant Male Circumcision in the US. " November 2018: Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.

Grants-In-Aid

GFM, Prolonged Grief Disorder and Therapeutics Research Project. August 2021-Present: $2410.

City University of New York (CUNY), Prolonged Grief Disorder and Therapeutics Research Project. May 2021: $1940.

Ali Donor's Trust, Health Promotion Center. March 2020: $1000.

Teachers College, Columbia University, Presentation at Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. November 2018: $980.