News & Updates

November 3, 2015

Faculty at St. Louis Comm. College Vote Overwhelmingly to Join SEIU

Part-time faculty at St. Louis Community College (STLCC) have overwhelmingly voted to form a union with Service Employees International

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October 14, 2015

Big News: Chicago City Council unanimously votes to honor faculty, supports right to form unions

As several SEIU Faculty Forward union campaigns gain ground, Chicago City Council unanimously voted on October 14th in support of Chicago

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September 30, 2015

Chicago Faculty from 19 Schools Join National SEIU/Faculty Forward Movement at Symposium

Thousands of faculty at dozens of colleges and universities have voted to join SEIU/Faculty Forward in the last two years. On Sunday,

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August 27, 2015

Reigniting the Mission: A Survey of Jesuit Faculty in Higher Education

There are over 218,000 students and 20,000 faculty members who study and work at 28 Jesuit institutions across the United States. Once a

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August 5, 2015

Implications of “Teach-Outs,” and The “Right-Sizing” of For-Profit Institution Closures for Contingent Faculty

As a way to shine a light on low-road practices in for-profit higher education, we issued a Call For Papers: Confronting the

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July 28, 2015

Students, faculty lead a national effort to hold ITT Tech accountable

ITT Tech is failing students nationwide, and faculty and former students have responded by coming together to hold the for-profit

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July 22, 2015

Putting a Face on the Invisible Adjunct Instructor

As a way to shine a light on low-road practices in for-profit higher education, we issued a Call For Papers: Confronting the

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July 16, 2015

Inside Higher Ed Reports: St. Mary’s College Contingent Faculty Win Important Unemployment Insurance Agreement

For some adjunct faculty, the summer isn’t a vacation. Without classes to teach, paychecks stop. Unemployment insurance can help cushion

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July 13, 2015

Faculty Forward Activists March on Winston-Salem, NC to Protect Voting Rights

On Monday, July 13, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a federal judge will hear the beginning arguments of a historical lawsuit, NC NAACP

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July 8, 2015

PhD on Welfare

As a way to shine a light on low-road practices in for-profit higher education, we issued a Call For Papers: Confronting the

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