CUNY’s Reopening Plan Is a Nightmare for Adjuncts and Students
As the Omicron variant of Covid-19 continues to surge, the inflexible reopening plan at the City University of New York (CUNY) has led to a wave of course cancellations and layoffs that have hit adjunct faculty and students especially hard.
A CUNY Adjunct Faculty MemberJanuary 22, 2022
Hundreds of CUNY Adjuncts to be Fired and Lose Health Insurance: Interview with Laid-off Adjunct Professor of Africana Studies
Adjunct faculty at CUNY have been exploited for decades and now, in the midst of the pandemic, they are facing mass layoffs. We spoke to one such adjunct, Sami Disu, about the university’s response to the Covid-19 crisis and how they are fighting back.
Left VoiceMay 26, 2020
Graduate Student-workers Push for ‘$7k or Strike’ at CUNY
On Thursday, April 26, adjuncts, professors and graduate assistants at CUNY will vote on whether to endorse a strike if their demand of $7,000 pay per course is not met by university management.
Left VoiceApril 25, 2018
Adjuncts: Underpaid, Overworked and Mobilizing on International Women’s Day
Adjuncts and other teachers are underpaid and undervalued. Thats why we will mobilize on March 8
Katie EntigarMarch 6, 2018