by Chris Lewis Starting today, adjunct faculty at American University will begin voting on whether or not to join the Service Employees International Union. Supporters say collective bargaining can help.
Adjunct professors at Plymouth State University (PSU) announced on Tuesday they have filed for an election at the Public Employees Labor Relations Board, which is the first step in forming.
According to this piece posted to the Gazette.Net web site, 1,075 part-time faculty at Montgomery College voted to affiliate with the SEIU on June 3rd. The group is the first.
by P.D. Lesko Sometimes, I think that college administrators are some of the most chuckle-headed women and men with Ph.D.s in the entire United States. This is never made so.
By nature I am somewhat competitive. Let's just say that if your token lands on Boardwalk and I have a hotel there, you're not getting a break in the rent,.
I am feeling much better. Fever's gone; I actually went out to dinner last night. This morning, I read that the adjuncts at George Washington University had finally nailed down.