Associate Professor, Library
Collective bargaining can provide fairness and equity in health and wellness benefits, pensions, and salaries. These are bread-and-butter issues. We all deserve solutions—roses too. In addition, multiple voices with diverse advocacies are now required in support of continuous excellence in higher education, in particular at public institutions. Give their mission and history, land grant institutions should be at the forefront of the chorus. A faculty union is another means to ensure formal, visible, and meaningful advocacy for higher education, whether it be local or large-scale.
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