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PRESS RELEASE: FACCC Recognizes Marcy Moore With Outstanding Faculty Award

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Faculty Association of California Community Colleges is pleased to announce Marcy Moore as the recipient of the Part-Time Faculty Member of the Year award. This award is presented to an outstanding part-time faculty member whose leadership at the campus and district level benefits the profession.

Moore recently retired after 41 years as a Sociology instructor at Santa Barbara City College. During her time with the college she served as part-time representative for the local union, was elected adjunct faculty senator for the Academic Senate, and was instrumental in the formation of the Adjunct Faculty Alliance. FACCC congratulates Moore on this tremendous accolade from her fellow faculty members.

“I can think of no one more deserving than Marcy,” said Cornelia Alsheimer, Santa Barbara City College Instructors’ Association President. “She started fighting for part time faculty rights on our Santa Barbara campus three decades ago—and has yet to stop. This has never been easy, but she never backed down or gave up. Marcy is truly a role model for all of us.”

The award will be presented at FACCC’s upcoming Advocacy & Policy Conference, February 28-29, in Sacramento. Moore was nominated by faculty colleagues and selected for the award after consideration of worthy faculty candidates from across the state.