Post-Strike UC Contract Could Impact Faculty Collective Bargaining Nationwide

by Elizabeth Ruiz College faculty and researchers across the nation could be seeing a big change in the near future due to the largest higher education strike in U.S. history. Tarini Hardikar is a grad student researcher in her fifth year at the University of California, Berkeley. She’s also a member of the Student Researchers United bargaining team. She was on strike alongside 48,000 other academic workers in California for six full weeks until an agreement was reached just before Christmas. “It is one of the best academic contracts in the country, if not the best,” Hardikar said. “And it’s incredible to […]
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