A link to the 2022 Contract Priorities Survey was last emailed to PSC members on Wednesday, May 11.
It was sent from the PSC Principal Officers via the PSC2334b@pscmail.org email address. It’s on Survey Monkey. The subject line was “Take the PSC Contract Priorities Survey.” Check your Junk/Spam folder if you don’t see it.
New York City’s Future Needs CUNY and CUNY Needs NYC
Investing $62.6 million in new operating funds for CUNY will promote racial equality, boost the economy and ensure safer communities in the future.
- $20 Million: ASAP for All.
- $14.6 Million: Replace Lost Full-Time Faculty
- $10 Million: Mental Health Counselors
- $2 Million: Increase Graduation Rates by Funding Remediation
- $5 Million: Expand Intensive English-Language Instruction
- $4 Million Expand Childcare Centers
- $7 Million: Revise Support for Senior Colleges
- $33.5 Million: Capital Budget
PSC President James Davis and Secretary Penny Lewis sent a letter to all CUNY department chairs on Thursday, May 5 urging them to “consider the qualifications of CUNY’s excellent adjunct faculty” as they seek to fill the new full-time faculty lines won in the latest State budget. The letter is just part of a much larger effort to help “promote our talented, qualified faculty colleagues whose prospects for a full-time appointment have been curtailed by austerity conditions” while at the same time increasing the racial diversity of the full-time faculty. To help, get involved with your PSC chapter or the Committee for Adjuncts and Part-timers.