Professional Staff Congress (PSC)
CUNY Faculty On Verge of Wildcat Strike
After several hundred adjuncts were laid off at John Jay College, CUNY faculty --- rank and file members of the PSC --- have organized a wildcat strike to withhold spring grades.
James Dennis HoffMay 19, 2020
“The CUNY PSC Contract is an 8,600-Word Capitulation.”
A CUNY adjunct writes about why he is against the PSC's proposed contract. If you would like to write about why you are voting no, we encourage you to submit to [email protected]
Alan L. BounvilleNovember 1, 2019
CUNY Reaches “Historically” Bad Contract Agreement with Faculty Union
On Wednesday, October 23, after almost two years of closed-door bargaining, the Executive Council of the CUNY Professional Staff Congress (which represents both staff and faculty at the university) finally agreed to a tentative contract proposal with management. Hailed as “historic” and “transformational” by the union leadership and the University, both of which have already […]
James Dennis HoffOctober 25, 2019
Will CUNY Go on Strike?
On Wednesday, September 11, members of the CUNY Graduate Center chapter of the Professional Staff Congress union passed a resolution calling for an immediate strike authorization campaign; several other chapters are set to follow this month. Could this be the beginning of a bigger movement toward a strike, or will the PSC leadership once again squander the opportunity and settle for another weak contract?
James Dennis HoffSeptember 16, 2019
PSC Bureaucrats Feeling the Heat as the Demand for ‘$7K or Strike’ Gains Ground
7KOS activists respond to harsh criticisms from the leadership
James Dennis HoffMarch 23, 2019
[VIDEO] CUNY: PSC Members Arrested in Protest for Fair Contract
The NYPD arrested a dozen PSC-CUNY members who engaged in civil disobedience as part of the fight for a new contract that includes 7K per course for all adjuncts.
Left VoiceDecember 13, 2018