Solidarity Statements

Sep 12, 2016 by

The LIUFF has received statements of solidarity from faculty associations and concerned groups across the country. We welcome these statements as critical support as we stand against this unprecedented lockout. University of Minnesota Academics United: liuff-solidarity-letter-mn-academics Resolution from the Marymount Manhattan College Faculty Council: marymount-resolution-on-liu-faculty-lockout-091216 University of San Francisco Faculty Association: university-of-san-franciscso-liu-solidarity Expression of concern from the American Library Association–Allied Professional...

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LIU Brooklyn Psychology Doctoral Students...

Sep 12, 2016 by

On September 12th, students in the LIU Brooklyn clinical psychology progam submitted the following letter to Chairman Eric Krasnoff and the Board of Trustees of Long Island University: As students of Long Island University—Brooklyn, we are deeply concerned at the locking out of our mentors and professors from the university. We would like to express to The Board of Trustees our deep concerns with the current administration, particularly President Dr. Kimberly R. Cline and Vice President Dr. Jeffrey Kane, who have been vocal in advocating for the lockout as the best course of action. We wholeheartedly disagree with this view, as we cannot imagine moving forward without our professors and mentors, who have given (and continue to give) so much to us. Our professors are the lifeblood of the university, and without them, many...

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