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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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After two years of negotiations, a union grievance has been settled that will result in significant compensation for some student instructors who were previously denied tuition and fee remission from UC Berkeley.
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After two years of negotiations, a union grievance has been settled that will result in significant compensation for some student instructors who were previously denied tuition and fee remission from UC Berkeley.
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UC Berkeley School of Public Health students and workers have signed a petition supporting tuition remission, health insurance benefits for online GSIs.
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UC Berkeley School of Public Health students and workers have signed a petition supporting tuition remission, health insurance benefits for online GSIs.
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To increase diversity among campus graduate students, Chancellor Christ announced the implementation of the Graduate Student Diversity Task Force.
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To increase diversity among campus graduate students, Chancellor Christ announced the implementation of the Graduate Student Diversity Task Force.
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About 60 to 70 people gathered outside of Doe Library on Wednesday to show their support for UC librarians, who are being represented by the University Council-AFT, or UC-AFT, in their contract negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP.
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About 60 to 70 people gathered outside of Doe Library on Wednesday to show their support for UC librarians, who are being represented by the University Council-AFT, or UC-AFT, in their contract negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP.
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Now is the time to fight to make protections real in our workplace and move on to the next stages in the struggle to create a “UC for All.”
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Now is the time to fight to make protections real in our workplace and move on to the next stages in the struggle to create a “UC for All.”
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About 40 members and supporters of the UC Student-Workers Union, or United Auto Workers Local 2865, convened in the campus Graduate Division of Sproul Hall to protest against low wages in light of ongoing contract negotiations between the union and UC administration.
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About 40 members and supporters of the UC Student-Workers Union, or United Auto Workers Local 2865, convened in the campus Graduate Division of Sproul Hall to protest against low wages in light of ongoing contract negotiations between the union and UC administration.
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A 5–4 U.S. Supreme Court decision Wednesday ruled that public sector unions across the nation are no longer able to charge nonunion workers any fees.
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A 5–4 U.S. Supreme Court decision Wednesday ruled that public sector unions across the nation are no longer able to charge nonunion workers any fees.
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The UC Berkeley Graduate Assembly heard updates Thursday on the future of UC Berkeley’s budget, Title IX protections and the city’s housing crisis.
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The UC Berkeley Graduate Assembly heard updates Thursday on the future of UC Berkeley’s budget, Title IX protections and the city’s housing crisis.
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