EALgreen creates scholarships and educational opportunities for financially disadvantaged students at post-secondary institutions through the placement of donated inventory from major manufacturers and other resources. The highly efficient “circular business” model also directly assists participating higher education campuses while promoting environmental responsibility.

OCtober 4 @ 9:00

Target audience includes facilities, sustainability, advancement, financial aid, purchasing and financial management


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Fall Focus 2021

UNYCC FALL focus

OCTOBER 15, 2021

CONNECT. COLLABORATE. CREATE.*

The events of the last 18 months will have long-lasting effects on our industry and present us with daunting challenges.  Join other senior leaders to reflect on lessons learned and to prepare for dynamic, changing times as we accelerate our work together.


During this remotely-delivered Fall Focus 2021 we will hear from higher education collaboration experts as they help us:

  • Explore the emerging landscape of higher education.
  • Examine deep collaboration successes from other consortia.
  • Establish a shared agenda for our UNYCC work.
  • Embark on a future where we are “better together.”

Session I:  10:30-12:00    Cultivating Deep Collaborative Relationships
Session II:  1:00-2:30       Deep Collaboration: The Claremont College Services


Supporting Transitioning and Returning Service Members (STARS)

UNYCC, In collaboration with Monroe Community College, is proud to co-sponsor a four-part training for faculty staff and administrators focused on

Session 1:

20 October



The STARS project was developed by Dr. Holly Wheeler, Professor of English/Philosophy at MCC, in response to the expressed need for understanding and supporting the success of student veterans. This project has three main objectives:

  1. To educate the college community about the needs, concerns, and challenges of veteran students;
  2. To develop a network of faculty, staff, and administrators willing to provide assistance, support, and a safe place for veterans; and
  3. To provide visible support across campuses for veteran students.

**Those who attend the full series of workshops will receive a certificate of completion and “STARS Certified” sticker to post outside their offices. The designation provides visible support to military-affiliated students letting them know that they have entered an understanding space and that the certified individual is prepared to refer military students to the wide range of resources available.



Reclaiming Revenue Left on the Table

In our continued efforts to help member campuses discover effective revenue resources, UNYCC the New York 6 Liberal Arts Consortium, and the Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley invite your participation in a webinar to explore two zero-cost, revenue and cost-saving options that may have slipped through the cracks.

September 21, 2021 @ 10:00 A.M.


Our discussion Will Review:

  • What is visitor revenue, and how did something so obvious (and in plain sight) slip through the cracks? 
  • Three most common mistakes when dealing with local hotels, and how to avoid them.
  • How to gauge the amount lost.   Getting the benefits you want, without cost and with someone else doing the work.
  • Five free features that will benefit Purchasing, Admissions, Auxiliaries, Conferences & Events, even the Visitor Center.
  • Personal experience from institutions already working with CTM.


The Bonadio Group and UNYCC are hosting our Virtual College & University Breakfast Series. Please join us for an interactive discussion on a variety of emerging topics related to accounting and auditing. Our session will cover ASU 2016-02, Leases, changes to employee benefit plan audits required by SAS No. 136, and best practices for NCAA Agreed-Upon Procedures reporting.

In addition, we will provide an update on the current status of Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) reporting requirements, and how to prepare for an audit of the funds under the OMB Uniform Guidance.

Questions will be encouraged during the presentation via the chat feature.

Monday, May 17, 2021
9:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. E.D.T.

Moderator: Jonathan Miller, CPA, Partner


April 5, 2021

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

(virtual meeting)



This session will explore:

  • Student learning outcomes and community impact
  • Lessons learned and best practices
  • Next steps for implementing COIL on your campus

Our Presenters:

(See presenters’ full bios here)

Jasna Bogdanovska, Assistant Professor of Photography,  Monroe Community College, will discuss a virtual collaboration between MCC Studio Photography students and their Brazilian counterparts enrolled in Design of International Cooperation Projects for Development class at the Federal University of Pernambuco in Brazil.

Jonathon Little, Associate Professor of Geography, Monroe Community College, will discuss his Turkish COIL experience in 2017, and how it opened the doors to multiple opportunities professionally and for students. 

Christina Lee, Global Education Coordinator, Monroe Community College will share her experience fostering global connections through COIL and the ways virtual learning fits into the College’s internationalization strategy.

The Science of Learning: Unpacking Teaching/Learning During COVID-19


Friday, 30 April 2021

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (ET)

Join us for this free, three part, interactive, Teagle Foundation-supported faculty development series exploring topics related to the science of learning in the time of COVID. You can attend one or all of these sessions. Previous topics have included: strategies to address lack of motivation and engagement, effective methods for teaching and learning remotely, strategies for teaching during crisis and beyond.

Join with colleagues from institutions across the nation and the globe to learn how

  • the brain responds to uncertainty and disruption and related strategies for teaching and learning in a precarious world 
  • to prepare for a world that will be different and how to help students with the transition 
  • to collaborate and support each other during this semester 

Session Structure:

  • Applying Principles of the Learning Sciences to Faculty Questions and Challenges (20 mins)
  • Going Deeper with Colleagues (25 mins in breakout sessions)
  • Sharing the Learning Across Conversations (15 minute debrief)

This collaborative effort is made possible through the generosity of the Teagle Foundation and its support of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education’s Integrating Liberal Arts and Business Through Social Impact and Social Entrepreneurship Initiative. Uplifting faculty connection and collaboration is the foundation for integrative learning.

Small Teaching Online: A Discussion with Flower Darby


Friday, May 29th

2:00-3:00 pm


Seating Limited: Register on or before May 26th

Flower Darby, Assistant Dean,
Online and Innovative Pedagogies, Norther Arizona University

Flower Darby celebrates and promotes excellent teaching for the sake of our students and their learning. She’s the Assistant Dean of Online and Innovative Pedagogies at Northern Arizona University, where she’s taught for over 23 years in English, Educational Technology, Leadership, Dance and Pilates. Flower teaches face-to-face, blended and online classes at NAU, and she also teaches online classes at Estrella Mountain Community College. She loves to apply effective teaching principles and practices across the disciplines and to help others do the same. Flower speaks, writes, presents and consults on teaching and learning theory and practice both nationally and internationally. She’s the author, with James M. Lang, of Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes (2019).

One lucky registrant from a member institution will win a copy of Flower’s recent book, Small Teaching Online


While attendance is free, registration is required.