Faculty members explained to City Council that CUNY employs too few full-time black faculty members, and offered ways to improve.
For years, anti-labor forces have been working to limit the power of unions. Emails, direct mails and fake alternative organizations are some of the deceptive measures they're using.
The PSC-CUNY Welfare Fund announced new improvements for dental care and hearing-aid coverage this summer.
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.
Software: good for students? CUNY is going forward with using algorithmic software for academic advisement. But without investing in staff, can it work?
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.
High-profile suicides in the news are a reminder that rising workloads in the academic sector pose real public and mental health concerns.
For more than a decade, Mike Fabricant has served as a principal officer to the Professional Staff Congress. Fabricant reflects about the union's campaigns, the work to build change together and how the PSC can leverage its power to create a better CUNY.
Andrea Vásquez, PSC's new first vice president, is no stranger to the union and CUNY. Assuming leadership at a critical time, she shares her thoughts on how to build union activism.