Vote Results for the May 8, 2018 General Meeting of the NYCCT College Council

Vote Results for the May 8, 2018 General Meeting of the NYCCT College Council

Transfer Credit Policy
81 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain. The item passed.

OLAC Peer Evaluation of Teaching Form:
80 in favor, 1 against, 1 abstain. The item passed.

17-15 New Course HMGT 4902 Hospitality Revenue Management
81 in favor, 0 against, 0 abstain. The item passed.

17-17 New Course FREN 2201P French for Culinary Arts, Hotel Management, Travel and Tourism
81 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain. The item passed.

17-19 Corequisites for MAT 065, MAT 1190, MAT 1275
81 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain. The item passed.

17-11 New Program B Arch
80 in favor, 0 against, 2 abstain. The item passed.

17-12 Rad Tech Major Curriculum Modification
73 in favor, 3 against, 6 abstain. The item passed.

17-13 New Course HIS 1502 The Islamic Empires
79 in favor, 0 against, 3 abstain. The item passed.

17-14 COMD Major Curriculum Modification
81 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain. The item passed.

17-16 New Course HSA 4970 Social Marketing in Healthcare Settings
80 in favor, 0 against, 2 abstain. The item passed.

17-18 New Course ARTH 2200 Art and Urban Culture in Modern China
81 in favor, 0 against, 1 abstain. The item passed.

Resolution from Prof. Justine Pawlukewicz saying “If all goes, if its all, if everything is ducks are in a row with this proposal that it be at the top of the agenda in the fall in September.”

77 in favor, 1 opposed, 3 abstain. The resolution passed.

Agenda for the March 21, 2017 Meeting of the NYCCT College Council

Agenda for the March 21, 2017 Meeting of the NYCCT College Council
12:45pm – 2:00pm; Atrium Amphitheater AG30

1. Call to Order

2. Approval of Minutes February 28 2017

3. Chair’s Report
Spring elections
Governance plan
Future agenda

4. Standing Committee Reports
A. Curriculum Committee
Proposals can be found at: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/collegecouncil/current-proposals/
Minor Proposals:
16F Minor Modification of CHEM 1000
16G ARCH Minor Curriculum Modification
16H CTTE Minor Curriculum Modification
16I Professional and Technical Writing Minor Curriculum Modification

5. Provost’s Report

6. President’s Report

7. Good and Welfare

8. Adjournment

New York City College of Technology Mission Statement

New York City College of Technology of The City University of New York

Mission Statement

New York City College of Technology is a baccalaureate and associate degree-granting institution committed to providing broad access to high quality technological and professional education for a diverse urban population. City Tech’s distinctive emphasis on applied skills and place-based learning built upon a vibrant general education foundation equips students with both problem-solving skills and an understanding of the social contexts of technology that make its graduates competitive. A multi-disciplinary approach and creative collaboration are hallmarks of the academic programs. As a community, City Tech nurtures an atmosphere of inclusion, respect, and open-mindedness in which all members can flourish.

Vote Results for 2.28.2017 Meeting

Following are the vote results for the Tuesday, February 28, 2017 meeting of the NYCCT College Council

Vote #1:  Mission Statement.  69 in favor, 6 against, 12 abstain, 2 blank.  The item passed.

Vote #2:  16-07  New Course SPA 2202P – Spanish for Health Professionals.  85 in favor, 1 against, 3 abstain.  The item passed

Vote #3:  16-08 New Course EMT 2410 C/C++ Programming for Embedded Systems.  86 in favor, 2 against, 1 abstain.  The item passed

Vote #4:  16-11 Architectural Technology Curriculum Modification.  87 in favor, 2 against, 0 abstain.  The item passed.

Vote #5:  16-02 HEA 3507 Trauma Informed Practice.  72 in favor, 2 against, 14 abstain, 1 blank.  The item passed.

Vote #6:  Repeating course policy.  72 in favor, 3 against, 12 abstain, 2 blank.  The item passed.

Vote #7.  Resolution concerning student evaluation of teaching.  48 in favor, 6 against, 17 abstain, 18 blank.  The item did not receive a Perez majority.

Development of College Council Mission Statement

Following are two versions of the text for the Citytech mission statement for your consideration.

The first version of the mission statement was provided by Barbara Burke from the Office of Sponsored Programs. This text may be considered a more streamlined version of the mission statement that was previously created by the college strategic planning committee.

The second version is a further revision provided by the personnel committee. It revises and builds upon the aforementioned version and emphasizes an alignment with CUNY’s general mission.

These two versions are provided for your review and comments.

Sincerely,
Marco Castillo
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Version 1.
At New York City College of Technology, we are committed to providing broad access to high quality technological and professional education for the diverse populations of New York City. A distinctive emphasis on applied skills and place-based learning built upon a vibrant general education foundation equips students with both problem-solving skills and an understanding of the social contexts of technology that make our graduates competitive in the 21st century economy. Interdisciplinary learning and opportunities for creative collaboration are hallmarks of our academic programs. We strive to create an atmosphere of inclusion, respect, and open-mindedness in which all members of our community can flourish.

Version 2.
New York City College of Technology, a comprehensive college in the City University of New York (CUNY), is committed to CUNY’s mission. The College is committed to providing broad access to high quality technological and professional education for its diverse population of students. Emphasis on understanding of technology, applied skills, and problem-solving abilities built upon a general education foundation make our graduates competitive in the 21st century economy. We strive for an atmosphere of inclusion, respect, and open-mindedness in which all members of our community can flourish.

General Meeting Agendas 2016 – 2017 Academic Year

Agenda for the NYCCT College Council General Meeting
Tuesday, December 6, 2016; 12:45pm to 2:00pm
Atrium Amphitheater AG 30

1. Call to Order

2. Approval of Minutes

3. Chair’s Report

4. Standing Committee Reports
A. Curriculum Committee
Proposals can be found at: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/collegecouncil/current-proposals/

Minor Proposals:
16B Deactivation of Sustainability Certificate

Major Proposals:
16-03 CET 4935 Wearable Computing
16-05 Change AAS Fashion Marketing to AS Business and Technology of Fashion
16-06 Architectural Technology Major Curriculum Modification
16-10 Biomedical Informatics Program Change

5. College Council Report on the College Mission Statement
Versions for consideration are posted on the College Council website at:

About College Council

6. President’s Report

7. Provost’s Report

8. Good and Welfare

9. Adjournment

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Agenda for NYCCT College Council General Meeting
November 8, 2016; 12:45pm to 2:00pm
Atrium Amphitheater AG30

1. Call to Order

2. Approval of the Minutes

3. Chair’s Report
Mission Statement feedback
UFS visit
Online PARSE

4. Standing Committees
A. Curriculum:
Proposals can be found at: https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/collegecouncil/current-proposals/
Major Proposals
16-01 Change in CTTE Entry Requirements

D. Technology Committee
Update on email systems

E. Buildings and Grounds
Update report

5. Good and Welfare

6. Adjournment

NYCCT Mission Statement

Mission

New York City College of Technology is a teaching institution that embraces innovation by fostering the knowledge, skills, and habits of mind that prepare its students to respond to an ever-changing world of ideas, technologies, and environments. City Tech finds the innovator within, bridges theory and practice, supports creativity, and builds partnerships within and across disciplines and fields of practice.  Drawing on the strengths of the diversity among its varied community and programs, the College provides a setting for the open, respectful, and professional exchange of ideas. The City Tech community strives to exemplify social responsibility, civic engagement, and ethical behavior.

The College is an active partner in the rich cultural life and expanding economic base of Brooklyn and New York City.  Through its baccalaureate, associate and non-degree programs, City Tech provides higher education in a wide range of technical and professional fields to the diverse population of New York City.  City Tech’s faculty are skilled, innovative teachers and active researchers who create knowledge, improve professional practice in their fields, and collaborate across disciplines to promote academic achievement, intellectual development, and professional growth. The College’s programs, integrating liberal arts and sciences and study in a major area, prepare students for personal and professional success, for the challenges of becoming leaders, innovators, and stewards of their fields, and for lifelong learning.