Associations and Committees

  • Mohawk Valley Community College Cultural Events Council
     
  • MVCC Speaker's Bureau

  • Mohawk Valley Community College Professional Association
    The Collective Bargaining Agent which represents Mohawk Valley Community College's faculty and non-administrative professional staff. Links to Leadership and Contacts; Contract and Constitution; Benefits Fund; Member Communications; Community Communications and Events and Photos.

              Executive Board: Chair, Research and Records Committee (2002-2012)
              Contributed PAnorama articles: November 2007; June 2008

            Coordinator, "Our Enterprising U.S. Oil Industry: Fire in the Belly!" MVCC Cultural Series lecture presented by Don Karecki

            Coordinator, MVCC site location for the Regional Read "Fahrenheit 451" videoconference with Ray Bradbury 10/5/2005.

              "The mission of the Central New York Library Resources Council is to maximize the ability of member libraries and systems to meet the information and research needs of their respective   clientele through programs and services that build from a shared commitment to excellence, innovation, cooperation and service."

              Chair: Archival Services Committee (2008-2012)
              Charge: The Committee will gather and disseminate information relating to local, regional, and national preservation efforts. This Committee will assist in developing continuing education opportunities related to preservation and conservation.      

  • SUNYLA:      

    "SUNYLA promotes the professional development and collaboration of library personnel across SUNY in order to advance library service(s) to our campuses and the people of New York State."
                      
  • Phi Theta Kappa

            "The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa shall provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence."