GW Adjunct Union Asks For $5K Per Course But Settles For 3 Percent Pay Bump

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Adjunct professors secured a wage increase and approval for a dispute resolution committee after GW’s part-time professor union finalized its third contract with the University last week. The University will pay adjunct professors with Ph.D.s $4,032 per course, a 3 percent increase that is just enough to keep up with inflation but less than union vice president and adjunct music professor Kip Lornell’s (pictured left) initial target of nearly $5,000 per course. University officials and the union agreed on the contract in mid-July, but union officials finished tallying professors’ votes to ratify the contract Aug. 9. Adjuncts represent nearly three-fourths of […]
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