Campus Labor Relations

November 10, 2020 00:55:07
Campus Labor Relations
QC Pod
Campus Labor Relations
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Show Notes

In this episode of the QC Pod, we meet two campus labor leaders to discuss the current state of labor relations between campus faculty and executives. Jane Guskin is an adjunct in the Urban Studies department at Queens College, a PSC delegate, and co-founder of QC Adjuncts Unite. David Gerwin is a faculty member in the department of Secondary Education and Youth Services, and Queens College Chapter Chair of PSC-CUNY. Host Siddharth Malviya, editor-in-chief of the Knight News.

Photo Credit. "PSC-CUNY" by thatgirl is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

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