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Articles on AcademeBlog
See these articles on AcademeBlog about the resolution that the Faculty Leadership at Molloy College has also passed:
In Appreciation of Cori and Tim
More than a few faculty have noted that without the unheralded work of Cori Miller and Tim Gauss over in TLS, the technological challenges of the last semesters would have hit all of us like a ton of bricks. But thanks to their constant, timely, and (importantly) practical help, most of us are surviving on Canvas, Zoom, and the like. And, since they seem to get very little recognition or support from the PTB, some of us thought it would be nice if we showed them our appreciation in a substantive manner, like with money and stuff.
So, if you too had your technical questions actually answered directly or your online problem actually solved effectively by Cori and Tim, perhaps you’d like to chip in and help us all say “thank you” to the pair. They certainly deserve it.
Over the next few weeks (starting now) Kathy Lamaute will open her Zelle account to online donations, and Jeff Massey will accept old fashioned paper checks; we will collate the donations and send the two a nice card with all the donor names attached as a sign of faculty gratitude in these difficult times. And the money; we’ll send them the money too.
Deadline for donations (please allow time for mailing) is Monday, November 23rd…right before the new round of post-Thanksgiving technical challenges inevitably arise.
To donate via Kathy’s Zelle account, please use:
Kathleen M. Lamaute
To donate via check, please post to:
366 North Van Dien Avenue
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
We hope you all are as well as can be hoped.
Jeff and Kathy
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg
It is with great sadness that Molloy AAUP joins our colleagues in mourning the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a giant among giants packed in a tiny frame held together by uncommon determination and a keen intellect.
Her passing will no doubt plunge the nation into even more of a frenzy over the next few months, but we would like to take a moment now to honor the stillness of her resolve, her love of this country, and her devotion to equality and fairness. There is and never will be another like her. People like her come one to a world, and they come at the time that world needs them most.