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CLT CROSS CAMPUS CHAPTER
 

 



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Chapter Meetings::  Watch for upcoming dates

Salaries:  Click here for 2007-10 salaries for CLT series

CLT OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE BOARD

Chairperson Albert Sherman  (Office: 718-260-5837)

Vice Chairperson      

Alan Pearlman

Secretary     

Amy Jeu

Officers At Large     

Louis Rivera Keith Rowan 
Thomas Shemanski 
Robert Suhoke   

Delegates     

Barry Carr 
Jacqueline Elliott 
Joy Johnson
Camille Mcintyre
Albert Sherman   

Alternate Delegates   

Eulalee Cambridge 
Joel Gomez
Alan Pearlman 
Lourdes Rosario-Moran  

Grievance Counselor    

Terry Parker (212-354-1252)

Welfare Fund Council   

Jacqueline Elliott 
Terry Parker 
Alexander Robert

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Who We Are & What We Do:

College Laboratory Technicians are professional members of the non-teaching instructional staff at CUNY. Full-time CLT appointments (except for appointments to Substitute CLT titles) are tenure track positions under the New York State Education Law. For CLTs, tenure provides the same rights, privileges and responsibilities as it does for instructional staff members in the professorial titles at CUNY. Most CLTs have bachelor degrees, many have masters and some have PhDs. Many come to CUNY with years of experience in their field of expertise.

The duties of College Laboratory Technicians are generally described in the CUNY Bylaws as performing laboratory functions and other technical duties of a highly skilled nature. CLTs provide lecture support in the form of set-ups of equipment and demonstrations and laboratory support for experiments and for research. At higher levels in the CLT series duties may include supervisory functions and more complex technical functions in laboratories and other technical areas.

College Laboratory Technicians service a multitude of scientific and technological areas at CUNY such as Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Nursing, Hematology, TV/Radio, Audio/Visual, Electronics, Geology, Computers, Art, Language Arts, Performing Arts, X-ray Technology and others. CLTs provide professional service at all CUNY campuses including the Graduate Center and Central Office. The main objective is to work in partnership with teaching faculty and other staff members to provide the highest level of technological support for the education of students and for research. In essence, “CUNY’s science and technology are in our hands!” 

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GETTING CONNECTED -- e-mail list and discussion group

Sign up for the CLT E-mail List

A list established solely for the dissemination of information pertinent to CUNY CLTs.
 
A forum for CLT opinions and discussions. 
 
To subscribe to the CLT email list, please send an email to asherman@citytech.cuny.edu   (the list moderator) requesting that you be added to the list. Specify the e-mail address that you want to use for the discussion list, your name, Department and College. When subscribed, messages are sent using the address “
psc-clt@yahoogroups.com”. 

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CHAPTER NEWSLETTER  (TECH TO TECH) ARCHIVE:

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GRANTS. For information and application materials for HEO-CLT  and Adjunct/CET grants click here

PSC NEWS.

THIS WEEK IN THE PSC is a weekly e-mail newsletter (emailed every Monday afternoon) with the latest PSC news.  Click here to sign up (if you are not already receiving "This Week") and for an archive including the latest issue. 

GOOD AND WELFARE

Please send any items about great CLT happenings to chapter chair Albert Sherman..

OFFICERS | WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO |
EMAIL & DISCUSSION GROUPS | NEWSLETTER
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GRANTS | PSC NEWS
GOOD AND WELFARE |
SALARIES

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