Prior to the town halls, CSN issued an open-ended survey question to college employees to solicit questions they would like addressed during the upcoming town hall. CSN President Michael Richards opened each town hall responding to the majority of these inquiries.
Salary & Benefits
Nearly half of survey respondents wanted information on salaries and benefits in the [...]
Greetings, Happy New Year and welcome to The CSN Chronicle for January 2011. Much will be happening this year as CSN celebrates its 40th year of service, as a new governor assumes responsibility, and as a new legislative session begins. There is much activity on many fronts that I’d like you to know about.
Dr. Richards and Dr. Biden at the White House Summit on Community Colleges
Last week, under the leadership of President Obama and Dr. Jill Biden, a historic White House Summit on Community Colleges convened in Washington D.C. This was a very special experience for me and for the entire national system of colleges like CSN.
For those who were unable to watch the White House Summit on Community Colleges live on the web on Tuesday, Oct. 5. We have posted the opening and closing sessions [...]
I believe creating an ombudsman role to facilitate this communication and ensuring CSN has its own watch dog to make certain policies and procedures are followed will go a long way to strengthen faculty governance at [...]
For the last several months an ad hoc committee of faculty and staff has been studying the organization and structure of CSN. They have issued a report of findings and recommendations, and they have provided results of a survey on decision making and other issues related to CSN’s operations. Click here for a matrix of the [...]