The Thursday Brief - June 29, 2016

Chancellor’s Message on Contract

CUNY Board of Trustees welcomed the new member to the biard of trustees I want to thank the leadership of our unions as as my senior staff particlarry vice chancellor silberblat for remaining focused , commited and utimaltely positive that we could find common ground. We are presnting to our trusutees what I belive are fair agreements to our faculty and staff--agreements that they deserve for having gone far too long without contracts.  CUNY faculty and staff are essential partners in the work that we have done and the work we have in front of us and the result will be that are students are better prepared  for the most promising opportunities that will face.

CUNY Board of Trustees welcomed the new member to the biard of trustees I want to thank the leadership of our unions as as my senior staff particlarry vice chancellor silberblat for remaining focused , commited and utimaltely positive that we could find common ground. We are presnting to our trusutees what I belive are […]

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Festival of Independence

The annual Festival of Independence returns to the South Street Seaport this Fourth of July weekend. The two-day celebration of free art and music performances- running July 3rd and July 4th from 1pm to 9pm-will invigorate the historic streets and Pier 17 on the East River.  

http://www.southstreetseaport.com/festival-of-independence/

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Visions of Confinement
June 29 | Hunter College

Visions of Confinement: A Lens on Women in the United States Prison System, an exhibition at Hunter East Harlem Gallery revolves around the experience of incarcerated women, formerly incarcerated women, and their families

http://events.cuny.edu/eventDetail.asp?EventId=76904

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