Articles from April 2011



End of Semester Luncheon

NCCFT Supports Child Safety

Our members in the NCC Criminal Justice Department announce the following event, sponsored by the Criminal Justice Society. FREE FINGERPRINTING FOR CHILDREN All children of the NCC community, including children of students, faculty, staff and administration are welcome. When: Thursday April 14, 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM Where: G-159 Who: Children ages 5-10 years old For […]

And Now For Something Completely Different: A Bit Of Good News!

On Thursday, April 7, elementary, secondary and higher education faculty came together with health care workers and school related professionals for the NYSUT Representative Assembly. This is the yearly gathering where the 600,000 member state-wide union’s agenda is set for the coming year. It is also an opportunity for rousing speeches, sobering assessments, and joyful […]

Rally for jobs and justice in Times Square on Saturday, April 9 at Noon

Join the NCCFT Executive committee, NYSUT, NYS AFL-CIO, the Long Island Federation of Labor, and union sisters and brothers from around the state this Saturday in Times Square to demand jobs and justice. We Are One from New York State AFL-CIO on Vimeo. We Are One from New York State AFL-CIO on Vimeo.

Take it to the streets! Monday, April 4 and Saturday, April 9

Today is the anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and across the country the We Are One coalition is demonstrating against the attacks on worker rights, the cuts to public services, and the undermining of the middle class. Check out http://local.we-r-1.org/ to find an event in your community. If you prefer […]

Communication in Chaos

Preface: Respect, disregard, and unnecessary ill will Imagine that you have been a member of the faculty of NCC for 25 years. You retire with the title of Professor Emeritus and you wish to remain actively involved with the life of the campus. You attend events, you participate in online discussions, and you share information […]