Voters reject legislation that made collective bargaining impossible for most professors.
Faculty unions in Ohio are locked in a battle for survival as they attempt to repeal a law that limits collective bargaining rights for their members.
A dean at William & Mary sends out an e-mail to faculty members asking them not to use the word "retard."
State board approves joint bargaining unit for tenure-track and adjunct professors, but administration vows to go to court to block a single chapter.
A state judge ruled Tuesday that the University of Illinois at Chicago does not have the right to block a faculty union from representing both those on the tenure track and adjuncts.
As adjunct numbers grow, campus lawyers must be prepared to deal with their demands when negotiating contracts, two lawyers told their peers.
Citing concerns about educational quality, a faculty union in Washington State refuses to budge from practice of adding full-time slots.
NLRB's Chicago office finds that St. Xavier University isn't religious enough to bar a union for those who teach off the tenure track.
Unhappy with how their leaders are chosen, adjuncts at California community college lead bid to decertify union and start a new one.
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