The New York Times (Feb. 19, 2015) by Nicholas Kristof – Like many Americans, I’ve been wary of labor unions. Full-time union stagehands at Carnegie Hall earning more than $400,000 a year? A union hailing its defense of a New York teacher who smelled of alcohol and passed out in class, with even the principal unable to rouse her? A [...]
In case you missed this e-mail from the Office of the Provost with the Fall 2011 Adjunct Promotion Guidelines and deadlines, CLICK HERE for the full text of the e-mail. CLICK HERE for the Guidelines/Application.
The first Union of Adjunct Faculty at Pace (UAFP) collective bargaining agreement took effect on March 5, 2009, its timing a remarkable confluence of art and life.