From Labor Notes. Reprinted here with permission. After more than two years of stalled negotiations, 6,000 University of California lecturers are preparing to strike. The lecturers do one-third of all.
In a tentative agreement on a new contract, the UChicago administration has agreed to provide better pay and more protections for non-tenure-track faculty after a six-month-long negotiation process with Faculty.
On Monday morning, August 9, the U-M Lecturers’ Union (LEO) which represents 1,800 non-tenured faculty at the University of Michigan, held a rally to formally announce its notice to quit.
By Donovan Harrell and Susan Jones from the University Times After a years-long campaign, University of Pittsburgh faculty will finally get to vote on if they want to form a union.
Orlando Weekly/McKenna Schueler Tony Anaya, an 84-year-old former adjunct professor at Valencia College, wasn’t planning to submit his letter of resignation to the college last September. After working in Valencia.
The University of Cincinnati’s (UC) Faculty Senate voted unanimously on Jan. 14 to endorse the findings of a report on the working conditions of the university’s adjuncts. The adjuncts at.