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Nassau Community College AAUP Advocacy Chapter
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The NCCFT’s July 2017 blog post, “Thinking Strategically About Governance: What Might We Learn from “SUNY Voices”” reflected on an article published by the AAUP’s journal Academe “SUNY Voices: A Successful Joint Effort to Institutionalize Faculty…

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Professor Jason Gorman’s remarks at Academic Senate meeting on April 18th, 2017 (based on an outline used for his comments at the ): As you heard, for over half a century since NCC’s beginnings of shared governance, the Academic Senate has been commended…

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As we are all well aware local, state and federal budgets have, over a number of years now, severely cut funds to public higher education. The proposed state and federal budgets continue that trend. Under the recommended state budget NCC would lose $2.5…

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On Thursday March 2, 2017 the NCC AAUP took thirty-six students to Albany, New York for the annual Higher Education Lobby Day. Our students joined with other students from across the SUNY and CUNY campuses to advocate for their education. The annual…

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Please go to the link to stand with your colleagues across the nation and here at NCC against the Muslim Ban: https://actionnetwork.org/forms/stand-against-the-ban/

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The AAUP strongly opposes Donald Trump’s unconstitutional and discriminatory ban on entry into the United States for people from certain Muslim-majority countries. Large numbers of our students and faculty members are affected by the administration’s…

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Upon review of the proposed Board of Trustees policies, we are concerned about draft Policy 6100 “Detecting and Reporting Fraud.” https://www.ncc.edu/aboutncc/ourpeople/board_of_trustees/pdfs/BOT_Policy_SECTION_6100.pdf) Although to our knowledge, this…

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weekly-read-december-12-2016

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NCC/AAUP invites you to consider supporting a petition, brought to our attention by Professor Miguel Alonso, calling on President Obama to issue a presidential pardon to individuals covered by Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA, a program…

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Weekly Read November 15, 2016   For those of us in higher education who may be wondering what a Trump presidency entails for higher education, this week’s Weekly Read offers a survey of recent reflections on exactly this question. Sara Goldrick-Rab, a…
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