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Category: BOT Watch

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BOT Watch: NCC Board of Trustees Meeting, January 9, 2018

Posted by The NCCFT Executive Committee

Also, since an oversight led to us not posting the video from the Board's November 2017 meeting, here it is: There is no video of the December BOT meeting.

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BOT Watch – October 10, 2017

Posted by The NCCFT Executive Committee

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BOT Watch: Nassau Community College Board of Trustees Meeting, September 12, 2017

Posted by The NCCFT Executive Committee

Technical difficulties made it impossible for us to video this meeting, which is unfortunate, since the meeting was notable not only for the actions the Board of Trustees took, but also for the collegial and optimistic atmosphere in the room. Board Actions From the point of view of the NCCFT, the two most important things…

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Some of What We’ve Been Working on This Summer: Binding Arbitration, the Senate Bylaws, and Contract Negotiations

Posted by The NCCFT Executive Committee

On June 28th, we posted to this blog about the resolution passed by the Board of Trustees at their June 27th meeting in response to the failed ratification vote regarding the revised Senate bylaws. That resolution charged President Keen with designing a system of shared governance that would: satisfy Middles States, comport with New York…

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BOT Watch: The Board Fulfills Its Ultimatum & We Take Them To Binding Arbitration

Posted by The NCCFT Executive Committee

Earlier this year, at it’s March 21st meeting, the Board of Trustees issued an ultimatum regarding what it perceived as the unacceptably slow pace of the Governance Review Task Force (GRTF) in responding to Middle States’ requirements for bringing us back into compliance wth Standards 4 and 5 (Leadership and Governance & Administration). If the GRTF proved…

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BOT Watch: The Board Passes a Budget May 9, 2017

Posted by The NCCFT Executive Committee

The Board of Trustees opened the meeting by approving the minutes from April 18 and then moved directly into what became a lengthy and somewhat complicated discussion of the budget for 2017-2018. At issue was the proposed tuition increase of $274/year for full-time students. Two trustees, Anthony Cornachio and Michael Hilt (the student trustee) said they would not vote in…

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BOT Watch: The NCC Board of Trustees Meeting – April 18, 2017

Posted by The NCCFT Executive Committee

(This post has been edited to correct errors in the summary of the Speakers List.) At the beginning of the meeting, the Board approved promotions to Associate and Full Professor. They then noted the first reading of Policy 1800, which deals with the acceptance of gifts, and went through the second reading of the 7000 series…

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