Vote Results for March 26, 2019 General Meeting of NYCCT College Council

Vote Results for members of the Committee on Committees

Slate 52 votes
Randall Hannum
Neil Katz
Connie Mennella
Peter Parides
Maura Smale

Randall Hannum 8 votes
Neil Katz 2 votes
Connie Mennella 5 votes
Peter Parides 6 votes
Maura Smale 7 votes
Blank Ballots 4

Vote Results for the December 4, 2018 General Meeting of the NYCCT College Council

Revisions to Guidelines for Faculty Personnel Process

72 – In favor
1 – Against
13 – Abstain

17-08 New Program AS in Health Science

77 – In favor
6 – Against
4 – Abstain

17-22 New Program BS in Data Science

84 – In favor
0 – Against
3 – Abstain

 

Vote Results for the September 25, 2018 for the NYCCT College Council

Special Election to fill vacant At-Large-Delegate positions

74 – In favor
0 – Against
0 – Abstain

Proposal 17-20 Applied Math Major Curriculum Modification

74 –  In favor
0 – Against
0 – Abstain

Election to fill vacant Committee on Committees position
Concetta Mennella   – 64 votes     4 blank

Appeals Committee for Resolution of Student Complaint About Faculty in Academic Settings

Nina Bannett (English) – 60 votes

Daniel Alter (Restorative Dentistry) – 49 votes

Neil Katz (Mathematics)  –  39 votes

Daniel Capruso (Social Science) – 31 votes

COLLEGE-WIDE ELECTIONS Spring 2017

Academic Integrity Committee
Anna Matthews – Dental Hygiene (Elected) – 28 votes
Mercer Brugler – Biological Sciences – 7 votes

Delegates at Large to the College Council (Uncontested)*
Henry Africk – Mathematics (elected – 3-year term)
Marco Castillo – Social Science (elected – 3-year term)
Stephanie Boyle – Social Science (elected – 3-year term)
Dennis Bakewicz – Biological Sciences (elected – 3-year term)
Peter Parides – Social Science (elected – 3-year term)
Masato Nakamura – Mechanical Engineering Technology (elected – 3-year term)

Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee (Uncontested)*
Rosa Abreu-Runkel – Hospitality Management (elected)
Linda Paradiso – Nursing (elected)
Mercer Brugler – Biological Sciences (elected)

University Faculty Senate (Uncontested)*
Kerin Coughlin – Law & Paralegal Studies (elected)

Personnel Appeals Committee – Arts and Sciences
NO CANDIDATES

*Vacancies for the above committees remain. An election will be conducted in the fall semester to fill the remaining open seats.

Voting Results for the March 27, 2018 meeting of the NYCCT College Council

Bylaw Change 77 in favor 2 against 2 abstain

17-06 New Course MECH 3501 Quality Control 78 in favor 4 against 0 abstain

17-08 New Program AS in Health Science 61 in favor 14 against 7 abstain

Revised Faculty Guidelines – 64 in favor 9 against 7 abstain

Following are the voting outcomes for the 12.5.2017 College Council meeting:

Major Proposals:
16-17 New Course AFR 3301 ID Around the Dinner Table – 78in favor, 1 against, 5 abstain, 3 blank

17-02 New CTTE Certificate Program – Initial Certificate – 80 in favor, 1 against, 6 abstain, 6 blank

17-03 New CTTE Certificate Program – Professional Certificate – 82 in favor, 0 against, 5 abstain

17-04 New Courses CST 4723 and CST 3650 – 86 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain

17-09 New Course SPA 2202HS and Minor Changes to SPA Courses – 86 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain

17-10 New Course SOC 2380 – 87 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain, 1 blank

Following are the voting outcomes for the 5/2/2017 meeting of the college council.

16-04 New Course TCET 4182 and other Curriculum Changes – 79 in favor, 5 against, 0 Abstain

16-09 COMD Major Curriculum Modification – 79 in favor, 1 against, 1 abstain, 3 blank.

16-12 Entertainment Technology Curriculum Modification – 77 in favor, 2 against, 1 Abstain, 4 blank

16-16 New Course CET 4973 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence – 78 in favor, 2 against, 1 abstain, 3 blank

16-18 Experimental Versions of MAT 1190 and MAT 1275 – 72 in favor, 1 against, 5 abstain, 6 blank

Following are the voting outcomes for the 9/27/2016 meeting of the NYCCT College Council.

The curriculum items and one resolution passed with a Perez majority.

Item 15-10 New Program BS in Applied Computational Physics passed 74 in favor, 2 against, 3 abstain

Item 15-20 Major Change to Human Services Program passed 75 in favor, 1 against, 5 abstain

Item: Resolution on electronic distribution of the PARSE passed 70 in favor, 3 against, 9 abstain

The following 2 resolutions did not pass with a Perez majority; however, the first resolution received the support of a majority of the present college council members and the second resolution received the support of a plurality of the present college council members.

Item: Resolution on evaluation of tenured full professors – 43 in favor, 14 against, 19 abstain

Item: Resolution on updates to personnel files of tenured professors – 40 in favor, 25 against, 16 abstain.