The Ithaca College Open the Books Coalition discussed how to stop the elimination of faculty positions in a Dec. 7 panel.
Clearly, this is something no one wants to see happen. Shared governance can be achieved. The college is just making it more difficult.
Criticisms remain about the power the Ithaca College Board of Trustees and the President’s Council still have in the most recent Shared Governance draft.
Faculty Council voted in favor of tabling the recently published updated shared governance draft until Shirley Collado begins her term as president.
Since the release of the shared governance draft, sent out to the campus community via email Oct. 24, faculty and staff have expressed concerns.
The draft proposal for a shared governance structure at Ithaca College was released to the campus community for review in an email Oct. 24.
The Ithaca College Shared Governance Task Force announced that it will present a draft of its shared governance proposal to the campus Oct. 24.
The Ithaca College Student Government Association executive board has laid out two concrete subjects that it sees as important to pursue this year: Title IX and voter registration. The board is also emphasizing a more flexible approach to policies and issues it decides to take on based on what is important to students.