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Rochon to interview for chancellor position in Washington

Provost Ronald Rochon has applied for chancellor at the University of Washington – Tacoma.

Rochon, who has served as Provost at USI since 2010, is scheduled to interview for the chancellor position Dec. 612 more words


Alumnus, Adjunct Faculty, and Two-Time Chancellor's Award Recipient Reflects on Value of Scholarship in Action

Dear Chancellor Syverud, Dean Gonzalez, and members of THE General Body,

I write this to express my sincere concern for the fate of Syracuse University, and to offer a humble suggestion for its future. 1,851 more words

Syracuse University

BC in the news. Let's pack Memorial Stadium today!

Bakersfield College on the Chancellor’s website:

There are so many great opportunities to get Bakersfield College out on a statewide basis, and the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office uses their website as a vehicle to put out information on all of the colleges in the state. 235 more words

Women’s and Gender Studies Department Chair Supports THE General Body's Goal to Achieve Meaningful and Lasting Change

Dear Chancellor Syverud,

Many of my colleagues have been truly eloquent in their pointed and poignant letters to you, written from so many different points of view and social locations. 367 more words

Syracuse University

Founder and Director of 601 Tully Shares Letters of Support

I write to show solidarity with The General Body.

I also am gratified to know that the de-funding of 601 Tully in the first round of Chancellor cuts is on your list of grievances. 207 more words

Syracuse University

Letter to Editor: Degree plans should coexist

Letter: Degree plans should coexist

By The Ranger on November 10, 2014 Letter, Opinion


I’ve been trying for months to understand the advantage of this new degree plan, but every supposed advantage dissolves under scrutiny. 582 more words


District Seeks Faculty Approval on Advising Plans After the Fact

From Tony Villanueva, President of PAC AAUP to members of the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees:

On Nov 13 and 14th,  faculty leads were asked to attend a meeting to “work on advising plans.”  Below is a quickly drafted, hand-written memo to express our dismay at what appears to be an attempt to demonstrate that faculty approve of the decision to remove majors from transcripts.  

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