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 What Higher Ed Administrators Need to Know About Student Organizing

The NLRB recently ruled that certain graduate students are employees under the Act. As a result, private universities including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Duke and others have received petitions for election for graduate students.

Join us for a free one hour webinar of March 29 at 3 PM E.T.  Register here

This one hour session will cover what you need to know about this latest trend in union organizing, and more importantly, what you need to do now to be prepared.

Here are several links to news stories related to student organizing efforts around the country and some of the implications.

The implications of graduate student unionization

Harvard’s Graduate Students Union Versus the Trappings of Success

Six Yale departments vote to unionize

Union Organizing At Boeing, Yale University, and Elsewhere Show Need For Swift Response 

International Students Uncertain of What a Graduate Student Union Can Provide 

Service Employees International Union drops Duke organizing petition

In Focus: Northwestern’s graduate student unionization effort diverges despite common cause

 Grad students take to polls in historic union vote

CGSU Liaisons Face Graduate Student Questioning

Graduate students team with USC Forward to establish union

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