PSC President Barbara Bowen addresses the progress in bargaining and the need to organize a massive union presence for the September 27 demonstration in the financial district.
Politicians have recently supported the state’s ban on strikes by government workers. A renowned labor law expert makes the case for getting rid of it.
High-profile suicides in the news are a reminder that rising workloads in the academic sector pose real public and mental health concerns.
Tom Watters, an adjunct faculty member at Brooklyn College, details the tireles
This solidarity didn’t come out of nowhere – there was a long, grassroots organizing campaign.
“I almost wept.” That was how one Lehman College professor responded to the contractual teaching load reduction.
The far right has targeted Hunter College sociologist Jessie Daniels for her writing and social media activity. She responds to the firestorm.
The problem is that black students continue to be underrepresented in CUNY’s top-tier colleges, including Queens College.
A PSC member takes a critical look at the history of CUNY admissions. Armed with data, he calls for changes in the current policy.