Council for Faculty Affairs
The Manhattan College Council for Faculty Affairs (CFA), first convened in 1972, is “a means by which faculty, through elected representatives, participate in the government of the college in those matters that are the proper jurisdiction of the faculty.”
The faculty has primary responsibility for such fundamental areas as curriculum, subject matter and methods of instruction, research, faculty status, and those aspects of student life which relate to the educational process.
Full time faculty who have been at the college for three years can be elected to the CFA to represent 20 areas of the college as listed below. See a list of CFA members.
- Religious Studies
- Philosophy/Modern Languages & Literatures
- Communication/Visual & Performing Arts
- Math/Computer Science
- Management & Marketing
- Accounting & CIS
- Economics & Finance
- Mechanical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Electrical & Computing Engineering
Standing committees of the College are those which are concerned with policies that affect the College as a whole. The standing committees of the College are concerned with the following areas of great importance to the faculty: 1) educational policies; 2) faculty and development; 3) student life. See a list of all standing committees and members.
CFA Officers 2014–2015
“The officers of this organization shall be known as follows: chair, deputy chair, and secretary; all to be elected by the Council from the elected members of the Council, for a term of one year. These three officers and one elected member of the Council constitute the Agenda Committee.” During 2014, several members volunteered to be representatives of their schools and work with the Agenda Committee.
|Chair||Robert Geraci, Religious Studies|
|Deputy Chair||Cory Blad, Sociology|
|Secretary||Stacy Pober, Library|
|At-Large||Kevin Farley, Civil Engineering|
|School of Business representative||Marc Waldman, CIS|
|School of Education & Health representative||Lisa Toscano, Education|
|School of Science representative||Bruce Shockey, Biology|
All members can be contacted at email@example.com.