The PSC-CUNY Welfare Fund announced new improvements for dental care and hearing-aid coverage this summer.
CUNY has announced new presidents at several campuses around the city. The search for a new CUNY chancellor, however, continues.
A PSC adjunct grievance counselor gives the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
This summer the PSC bargaining committee pushed forward its bargaining agenda with CUNY management. While bargaining continues, the force of the entire membership is needed in order to make the contract demands a priority for the City, State and CUNY management.
Educators nationwide have been engaging in direct action to improve working conditions. Unions representing faculty at public and private universities have been part of this wave.
Department chairs press admin
The union general election has concluded with some new faces in the executive council.
PSC research has shown that for both faculty and staff, CUNY salaries have been in decline since the early 1970s when adjusted for today's dollars. CUNY can start to fix this problem at the bargaining table.
“We have an interim chancellor. I feel like the university has been more or less rudderless for about six months,
PSC members at the Research Foundation are strategizing how to win further gains down the road in an often difficult environment.