Vermont College Fires Union Organizer and Wins in Court

THE VERMONT SUPREME Court has ruled that the University of Vermont did nothing wrong when it failed to reappoint a professor that had strong ties to the school’s newly formed faculty union. Dawn Saunders taught economics as a visiting professor at UVM from 1995 to the spring of 2003. She was active in organizing the faculty to unionize, and was a member of the negotiating team that hammered out the union’s first contract in February of 2003. University officials opposed the union’s formation, and that winter did not offer her a new appointment for the following school year, ending her […]
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