Our Issues, Our Needs,
Graduate employees and students have pressing issues
and needs. We face high rents, poor healthcare, low wages, and an
uncertain future. We have listened to the concerns of thousands of
graduate employees in every department, in every school, in every
lab, in every classroom, in every office of the university.
NYU To Bargain with GSOC-UAW
Following NYU's last-minute recognition, GSOC-UAW members
cancelled the strike authorization vote at the general membership meeting
on March 1 and voted instead to create a bargaining committee of twenty
people. Sixteen members were nominated and elected to the committee at the
||From the Press
Unionizing the Ivory Tower
(Feed.com) To the chagrin of higher education
officials, New York University now has a teaching-assistants union. It
wasn't supposed to happen this way. Four months ago, the lines were drawn
in the sand...
NYU To Bargain with Grad Union: Agreement Averts Looming TA
(Yale Daily News) Mere hours before a vote that could
have authorized a teaching assistant strike at New York University began,
NYU announced yesterday it will become the first private university in the
country to bargain with a teaching assistant union.