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October/November 2018

Six hundred faculty and staff members from all campuses gathered on Wall Street to demand CUNY Board of Trustees Chair William Thompson do right by CUNY's faculty and staff -- to ensure that the CUNY Board of Trustees makes a fair economic offer to the PSC without delay.


In an essay adapted from her Sept. 27 rally speech in the heart of the financial district, PSC President Barbara Bowen addressed the importance of adequately funding CUNY for its students and for the faculty and staff who make CUNY work.

The PSC responds to a CUNY contract demand on the teaching load as the union prepares new actions to push collective bargaining forward.

This year's mid-term elections are especially important for state and national races. For the labor movement in particular, its the first time voters go to the polls after the Supreme Court delivered its anti-union Janus decision.

A CUNY professor served on the team that issued the United Nations report urging drastic action to fend off climate change. Environmental activists from around the world declared it a wake-up call.

A CUNY School of Law part-time program helps open a door to a career in public service law -- and it's available to PSC members.

Faculty members explained to City Council that CUNY employs too few full-time black faculty members, and offered ways to improve.