AAUP, used to questioning managerial decisions of colleges, faces tough questions from own members about treatment of its now former general secretary.
Citing concerns about educational quality, a faculty union in Washington State refuses to budge from practice of adding full-time slots.
New decision sets stage for fresh look at whether graduate and research assistants have right to unionize.
Honoring a labor boycott, the Organization of American Historians is moving its annual meeting from San Francisco to San Jose.
Graduate instructors at Michigan take a day off to force concessions at the bargaining table. University officials are unfazed.
The Radical Caucus wants the MLA to do more to protect the labor rights of grad students and adjuncts.
The MLA's Delegate Assembly endorsed two proposals to bolster, in small ways, the status of "contingent" instructors.
With strike looming, university and teaching assistants compromise on pay, benefits and other issues.
Teaching assistants at Columbia and Yale vote to strike; students walk out of classes at Emerson to back faculty union.
Leaders of the AFT's college unions plan opposition to David Horowitz, cooperation with the NEA, and new organizing efforts.
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