The Sounds of Silence in Maryland

by Melissa Quijada A state debate over whether graduate assistants and adjunct faculty members have the right to unionize has sparked contention among state officials and heated responses from graduate students, but adjunct faculty have remained largely quiet on an issue that some say should be just as critical to them. Graduate assistants and adjunct faculty at state public universities do not currently have a legal right to collectively bargain. But after a November report was issued stating that they should not be allowed to unionize because of the expense it would impose on and the friction it could cause […]
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