Officer Ballot 2018

Apr 12, 2018 by

Long Island University Faculty Federation Local 3998 OFFICERS OF THE LIUFF BALLOT-  Download and print this ballot: Officer Ballot 2018 Below are the candidates for officer positions in the LIUFF for a term beginning June 1, 2018, and running through May 31, 2020. Voting Process:  Circle the names of the candidates for whom you wish to vote or write in the name of an alternate candidate.  Put the ballot in an envelope and seal it.  Place this sealed envelope inside another envelope.  Seal it, sign it across the seal, and write your name and department legibly on the front of the envelope.  Return ballots to the ballot box at the reference desk in the library or send them to Chuck Guarria, Library.  Ballots are due by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18. Candidate statements...

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Statements by the Candidates- LIUFF Election of Officers...

Apr 10, 2018 by

The following have accepted nominations for officer positions in the LIUFF election for officers. Click on the link next to each candidate to view his/her statement for the position, if available. DOWNLOAD BALLOT: Officer Ballot 2018 The listing appears in alphabetical order as communicated by the LIUFF Elections Committee:       President Edward Donahue: EJD President statement-2018 Emily Drabinski: Drabinski candidate statement Vice President Ralph Engelman: Ralph Engelman’s Statement Maria McGarrity: Maria McGarrity candidate statement Secretary Stacey Horstmann-Gatti:Stacey Horstmann Gatti Secretary statement. Michael Pelias: Statement from Michael Pelias 2 Treasurer Mohammed Ghriga: Ghriga-LIUFF-Treasurer-2018 Grievance Officer Kathryn Krase:...

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Letter to LIU Brooklyn students from the Brooklyn Faculty...

Sep 5, 2016 by

Dear LIU Brooklyn Students: The LIU faculty is NOT ON STRIKE. We were locked out by the administration before we had the opportunity to vote on their contract offer. We are continuing to negotiate in good faith. We are appalled at the administration’s disrespect not only for us but for you, the students. They claim they are acting on behalf of your interests in an effort to divide us. In an effort to balance the budget, they are cutting back on faculty salaries the same way they are cutting back on your scholarships and stipends. None of the replacement teachers they have imposed on you are prepared and many are not qualified to teach your classes. For the administration to claim that they are providing “highly qualified faculty with advanced degrees and expertise to...

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