The Hayward Award is sponsored by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges.
What does ASCCC stand for?
ASCCC stands for Academic Senate for California Community Colleges
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On the issue of shared governance, representatives of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and the Community College League will help Antelope Valley College shape its policies regarding how responsibilities are divided among administration and faculty.
The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges filed a friend-of-the-court brief supporting the Irvine Valley and Saddleback senates.
The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges ("Part-time Faculty: A Principled Perspective," 2002) recognizes the problem of faculty professionalism, citing "decades of arbitrary use and abuse of part-time faculty, motivated by fiscal exigency," and is working with California Community Colleges Chancellor Thomas Nussbaum on a solution.
Sponsored by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, the award recognizes community college faculty members who work to promote diverse student populations.