Rochell Issac, President, email@example.com John Toland, Vice-President, firstname.lastname@example.org Tara Coleman, Secretary, email@example.com Derek Stadler, Treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Camila Gelpi Acosta, Scholarship, email@example.com
An annual event since the 1980s, the Faculty Council Auction provides funds for student scholarships at LaGuardia. The Auction is held during the Holiday Party on the last Wednesday of the Fall Session I, immediately following the Professional Staff Meeting.
All funds generated by the Auction go to scholarship awards and programs for students, under the scrupulous supervision of the Business Office. From these funds, Faculty Council provides scholarship awards and funds to meritorious students who meet the criteria of the following awards and programs.
The Tenure and Promotion Forum provides an overview of the tenure and promotion processes at the College. Speakers include the Provost, the Director or an administrator from Human Resources, a departmental Chair, a faculty member, and a member of the Professional Staff Congress (PSC) chapter leadership.
To help faculty understand the review process, speakers address the following topics: a) Am I making the appropriate departmental, college and professional contributions required for promotion and tenure? b) When am I eligible for promotion and tenure? c) Who reviews and places documents in my personnel files? d) When may I review my personnel files and what kinds of documents should I place in them? e) When and how should I file a grievance with the union? f) What do I do if I receive a letter of concern? The forum is open to all tenure-track and tenured faculty who are encouraged to ask questions about the process and criteria for reappointment, tenure and promotion associate and full professor. The forum is recorded and made available to faculty to view at any time in the link below. View Forum (May only be viewable on campus) 2018 Tenure & Promotion Forum Question & Answer session
The following list of resources is meant to provide a central location where faculty can access a number of offices, organizations, data, and articles that will be useful whether a faculty member is in their first or 30th year at LaGuardia. The resources have been organized in several categories in order to make them more useful.