by Bill Schackner The longest faculty labor dispute in the history of Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities inched closer to a showdown as union professors voted overwhelmingly to give their negotiators.
by Timothy Sandoval About a dozen Sacramento State University faculty members set up shop near the university library to enlist support and sign up other faculty to authorize a possible.
In Israel, as I wrote earlier this month, tenured and tenure-line faculty have been on strike since the first day of classes. The strike, now in its eighth week, isn't.
At Wilfrid Laurier University, 400 people showed up at a rally on March 22nd to support the 365 contract part-time faculty, who are on strike. Check out this piece about.
The Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty Association (WLUFA) executives made the decision for contract academic staff (CAS) to go on strike. The major issues still unresolved were a better seniority system.