The Committee on Continuing Education and Workforce Development

2022-2025: (6 Members)

Faculty Representatives (Name, Department, Term Ends)

  1. Taibu, Rex, Physics (2025), Chairperson 
  2. Armstrong, Daniel,Health and Physical Education (2025), Secretary
  3. Gibson, Deon, Social Sciences (2025)
  4. Friedman, Elaine, Speech Communication (2023)
  5. Shin, Jun, Chemistry (2024) 
  6. Cimino, Alison, English (2024) 
  1. Student Representative, Vacant

Liaisons

  • Clara Wajngurt, Mathematics and Computer Science, COC Liaison
  • Zivah Perel Katz, Steering Committee Designee 
  • Hui-Yin Hsu, Dean of Continuing Education and Workforce Development, President's Liaison

Committee meets twice during the fall and spring hours on Wednesdays. Next Meeting: TBD

For more information, please contact Alison Cimino: acimino@qcc.cuny.edu

 

Bylaws Charges

Section 17 a. The Committee on Continuing Education and Workforce Development

The Committee on Continuing Education and Workforce Development shall consist of six (6) members of the instructional staff and one (1) student.

The Committee on Continuing Education and Workforce Development shall:

  1. Report and recommend to the Academic Senate on services and facilities available to the Continuing Education and Workforce Development programs.
  2. Serve as a mechanism for articulation alignment between the Continuing Education and Workforce Development instructional staff and students, with respective academic departmental chairs and the Academic Senate.
  3. Consider and evaluate proposals received from faculty, students, and the community regarding policies and practices pertaining to Continuing Education and Workforce Development in consultation with respective academic departmental chairs and Dean of Academic Affairs.
  4. Recommend proposals and policies that would enhance the operation of the Continuing Education and Workforce Development programs to the Dean of Continuing Education and Workforce Development.
  5. Serve as a consultative body for the development of the Continuing Education and Workforce Development
  6. Provide feedback to proposed courses/programs and existing ones to ensure:
  • that they are presented to the related committees and/or academic departments to avoid any conflicts of interest
  • that they are in keeping with the mission and image of college

subsequently reporting these new courses/programs and/or existing ones to the Academic Senate for its information.

 The 6 members will be assigned by the Committee on Committees in staggered terms as follow: 2 members from 2020- 2021 (1 year), 2 members from 2020-2022 (2 years), and 2 members from 2020-2023 (3 years).  Thereafter, vacancies will be filled for 3 year terms.

Steering Committee Suggested Charges/Committee Goals

  1. Elect new Committee leadership and establish goals for the Committee's work for this academic year
  2. Continue to work through Bylaws charges as appropriate, focusing the Committee's work on areas that need its attention most.
  3. Facilitate Student participation – A Committee Representation Preference Form will be sent to already-elected student senators during the first week of the semester, and to the remaining roster of senators culled from Club officers by the end of September. Students will be given link to your committee's webpage, so make sure the webpage has chair/secretary contact information on it, including meeting times where possible.

 

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