In the fall of each year, Gallo & Robinson, LLC. holds the annual Connecticut Lobbying Conference to help new lobbyists learn how to be effective advocates for their causes and seasoned veterans update their skills.
The Conference begins with a moderated panel of legislative leaders in the Connecticut General Assembly. After the morning panel, you can choose from 12 different workshops that will take place throughout the day.
Please join CSU-AAUP Nov. 13, 2019, for a fascinating presentation of faculty research and a perfect example highlighting the importance of sabbatic leave to our members’ work. CCSU’s Dr. Katherine Hermes will present her work “Recovering Hartford’s Hidden Past: People of Color in Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground, 1640-1815.” This is part of a collaborative and interdisciplinary research project involving a team of faculty, students, librarians, artists, and computer scientists. Together they discovered the identity and life stories of hundreds of African and Native Americans who may have been buried in the Ancient Burying ground and who, until now, had been forgotten. This event is free and open to the public. To register for the November 13 event, click here or copy and paste this link in your browser: https://form.jotform.com/92846571940163
Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Constitution Room, Memorial Hall, CCSU.
5 p.m.: Meet and Greet with Dr. Hermes and her research team.
6 p.m.: Dr. Hermes’ Presentation.
7 p.m.: Audience Q&A with the research team.
Refreshments served throughout the evening.
We hope to see you there to celebrate the contribution public higher education brings to Connecticut’s past, present, and future
CUNY’s Hunter School National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions 47th Annual Conference: Inequality, Collective Bargaining, and Higher Education.
The FAC Planning Group welcomes electronic submissions of proposals/papers in abstract form of no more than 200 words (in MS Word), that should be sent with the Conference Registration form to https://westconn.tfaforms.net/190 by February 15, 2020. At the bottom of the Registration form is a “browser” link which should be used to send, as an attachment, your abstract.
Author(s) who would want their paper(s) considered and included in the 2020 FAC Conference Proceedings should submit the final revised version of their paper(s) to the FAC Planning Group by May 8, 2020.