VP Vote Contested at NYU

AFTER A CONTENTIOUS election last March, the president of the NYU/New School University adjuncts union resigned this fall, creating a new dispute over the vice president’s claim to the vacant position. Joel Schlemowitz, the former first vice president of Local 7902, accepted the presidency after Ward Regan, a former adjunct professor at NYU, stepped down after being offered a master teacher position in NYU’s General Studies Program, a full-time non-tenured position that made him ineligible to participate in the adjunct union. Some union members are upset that Joel Schlemowitz is an adjunct at New School University which does not have […]
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