GW Faculty Unionization Still in Limbo

More than six weeks after a vote to form a union of part-time faculty at GW, the results of the election remain unknown as organizers and the University haggle over a handful of disputed ballots. In October, part-time faculty who had taught at least one course in two of the last four semesters cast ballots by mail to determine if the University would recognize a union of part-time professors. The votes were first counted on Oct. 22, 2004. Adjuncts had been working with the Service Employees International Union Local 500 toward unionization for more than three years to secure higher […]
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