PSC Union Hall: 61 Broadway, 16th Floor
Wednesday, November 30, 6-8 pm,
PSC Union Hall, 61 Broadway, 16th Floor
--Hear from community and CUNY environmental justice activists and climate scholars.
--Participate in shaping our shared role in addressing the climate crisis.
--Bring your friends, colleagues and students.
The Supreme Court’s Threat to Public Employee Unions
Speaker: Barbara Bowen, PSC President
For more information and to RSVP, please contact
Ben Chitty, email@example.com
The meeting is open to all. A light lunch will be served.
CUNY Funding, Student Tuition & the PSC Contract
Let’s connect the dots, learn the history, and plan for
All BMCC faculty members and students are invited.
Please attend, and please
invite your classes and clubs!
Speakers: Joseph Gerson and Jim Anderson
Moderator: Marie Nazon
Robert M. O’Neil,
President and Professor Emeritus and former Director, Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression, University of Virginia. Author, Academic Freedom in the Wired World: Political Extremism, Corporate Power, and the University.
Professor of History Emerita, Yeshiva University. Author, The Lost Soul of Higher Education: Corporatization, the Assault on Academic Freedom, and the End of the American University.
Reception (wine and light refreshments) at 5:30 PM.
Presentation at 6 PM followed by question and answer
and discussion session.
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“The American Association of University Professors at 100: A Century of Activity in Defense of Academic Freedom,” will include presentations on the AAUP’s history over the past one hundred years by Hans-Joerg Tiede (Illinois Wesleyan University), Ellen Schrecker (Yeshiva University), and Henry Reichman (California State University, East Bay). Joan Scott (Institute for Advanced Study) and Clyde Barrow (University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley) will be commentators. New York Hilton, Nassau Suite A, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
During the depths of the Great Depression, CUNY students were starving, and they responded by demanding government support for all young people throughout the country. On a local level they fought the fee hikes at City and Brooklyn Colleges. As part of a national movement they launched a campaign against militarization, opposing the CCC work camps and demanding instead an expansion of the National Youth Administration (NYA).
Jeannette Gabriel is a Doctoral Candidate in Social Studies Education at the University of Iowa,
has published on the Workers Alliance of America – the unemployed workers movement and is a long time labor and immigrant rights activist.
The American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning is launching a CUNY Digital History Archive with a public program on Wednesday, April 9th entitled SAVING CUNY'S PAST -- The Story of Open Admissions. Speakers and panelists will include public higher education advocates who were active in the fight for open admissions in the sixties and seventies and in the movement against cutbacks from the eighties to the present. The project is trying to recruit as many participants as possible from the CUNY community past and present to join the archive effort, tell their story and contribute documents.
Academic Freedom Forum
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
PURGING CUNY FACULTY:
THE LESSONS OF THE FORTIES
AND FIFTIES FOR TODAY
Book Talk by Marjorie Heins, Priests of Our Democracy: The Supreme Court, Academic Freedom, and the Anti-Communist Purge.
Commentary by Frank Deale: The implications for CUNY today.
Join us for wine and light refreshments at 5:30 pm, PSC Union Hall.