Humanities professors teach "critical thinking," but do they really teach students to confront societal problems? One scholar weighs in on the question.
Campus administration says it has dealt with a mold problem that sickened a handful of members. But workers say health concerns remain.
The PSC is working to address this common workplace problem through legislation, organizing and a new labor-management campaign.
Queens College, along with other senior colleges, face some dire budget cuts. Members are holding CUNY administration accountable and demanding that the administration advocate for CUNY.
The addition of a paid office hour for part-time instructors will boost adjunct pay. We look at what this major change will mean once it is implemented.
After a Special Delegate Assembly – and lots of debate – the union’s elected representatives voted to send the tentative agreement to the members for a vote.
Since the expiration of the last contract in Fall 2017, the PSC has held marches, speak-outs, lobbying days and acts of civil disobedience to push for a fair contract.
The tentative agreement includes across-the-board raises and equity raises for adjuncts. CLTs and other titles. Here's the document in full.
The PSC’s bargaining team –made up of activists from around the CUNY system – worked tirelessly to promote the union’s agenda at the negotiating table.
After some grassroots organizing, union activists at the School of Professional Studies won more lead testing of the building's drinking water.