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.