During the past 35 years, my tenure has allowed me to serve in various leadership roles as both a faculty member and Dean. These experiences have provided me with a plethora of knowledge and skill sets which I feel will be invaluable as we face these very challenging and difficult times ahead in California Community Colleges. I am honored to be your Faculty Association President as we tread through these new uncharted waters!
If you are interested in discussing approaches to SLOs, GELOs or Program Reviews or are in need of a place to vent about the growing number of acronyms, check out the Forum on this website.
By the way, when asked how many studies show that accurate numbers are not more useful than the ones you make up, Dilbert quickly responds, "Eighty-Seven."
As you know, in November Shasta College will be electing four Board of Trustee positions. The Shasta College faculty Political Action Committee (PAC) has interviewed and selected candidates to endorse based on the who will best represent the interests of faculty in relation to education of our students, policy and administrative processes, capital processes, and decisions regarding the long run goals of our college.
The candidates the PAC has selected to endorse are:
Paula Percy – Area C
Randy Brix – Area D
Faculty Association President Joan Bosworth presented the following statement to the Board of Trustees at their meeting held on 9/12/2012:
The Shasta College Faculty Association agreed with the administration not to enter into collective bargaining for the 2012-13 school year. Part of that agreement was for the District to provide for one full-time sabatical. Faculty that are interested in applying for that sabatical should consult with the faculty contract and the human resources office for details. In addition, the agreement not to bargain included an extension of last year's MOU that gives full-time faculty up to six hours of flex credit and compensates part-time faculty up to two hours of flex