“The University of Pittsburgh has been fighting the unionization efforts of its graduate students and faculty members for years, and now the United Steelworkers union is calling out the region’s largest university,” reports the Pennsylvania Capital-Star. In fact, “reports show that [the University of Pittsburgh] has spent more than $2 million on union-busting attorneys in recent years.”
Union organizers are calling on [the University of Pittsburgh] to “end its anti-union campaign” against grad students and faculty.
The University of Pittsburgh’s Chancellor’s Office can be contacted here.
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