Monthly Archives: March 2014

University of Illinois at Chicago Faculty Union Goes on Strike: What Are the Stakes?

On February 18-19, 2014 the University of Illinois at Chicago faculty union staged a strike joined by more than 1000 faculty, students, and other supporters, and that received widespread media attention locally and nationally. With no appreciable progress made on … Continue reading

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Why Tenured Professors Need Unions

I once got stuck in an airplane sitting next to an off-duty pilot. As we sat on the runway for an hour, only to find that we had to change flight crews and pilots because of the long delay, a … Continue reading

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Women Profile–Theresa Rocha

As a recent full time science teacher, mom and now third year law student at the University of Illinois College of Law, it is my pleasure to introduce myself to you.  I am a teacher by training and have been … Continue reading

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