A new PSC study shows how the University’s department chairs are overworked, underpaid and overburdened. CUNY can fix this.
Members at CUNY and the Research Foundation elected new chapter leaders and delegates in the spring. The new leaders are eager to serve.
Six months after the union demanded retiree salary information from CUNY, retirees are still being shorted on pension payments.
The PSC bargaining team was hard at work this summer, bargaining with CUNY management.
PSC members are working creatively, both locally and throughout the country, to stand with immigrants against a xenophobic White House.
Persistent pressure by union activists forced the Bronx Community College administration to take proper health and safety action.
The union’s national affiliate is looking for members who may have been wronged when applying for loan forgiveness. PSC members may qualify.
With the new chancellor officially in his position, the union sees an important opportunity to push forward talks for a new contract.
Activists remember Open Admissions strike.
President Trump issued an executive order that says it will preserve ‘free speech’ on campus, but CUNY faculty see a right-wing political agenda.