Monday, March 20, 2017

Majority Vote for Graduate Union delayed by University- The Chronicle of Higher Education

With Trump Poised to Change the Legal Landscape, the Clock May Be Ticking on Graduate Unions

Ryan Flynn/New Haven Register via AP
When Columbia University graduate students went to the polls in December to decide whether to form a union, the landslide that ensued surprised even many activists.  Despite opposition by the administration, students voted by more than two to one to form a collective-bargaining unit.

More than three months later, however, they are no closer to a seat at the bargaining table. Read More

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