TAA News

Wort Labor Radio reported on the Rally for Fair Graduate Student Pay: What in effect it does is increases disparity amongst graduate student employees by privileging those departments who happen to have those types of money to pay their graduate students more and sort of leaving the other graduate workers in the dust. Listen to more at…

Student Occupation of UW-Madison Chancellor’s Office Ends in 12 Arrests

In wake of sit-in, demands for Ward to ties with Palermo’s Pizza grow louder Contacts: Claire Hintz, clairehintz@gmail.com, 651-955-8370 Maxwell John Love, maxwelllove@gmail.com, 724-557-6269 At 2:15pm today, 12 students entered Chancellor Ward’s office to protest his refusal to uphold UW-Madison’s code of conduct for companies that produce goods using UW logos. The students were demanding…

SLAC, TAA Urge UW-Madison to Cut Ties With Palermo's

In the midst of the controversy surrounding the Palermo’s Pizza workers’ strike, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Teaching Assistants’ Association and the Student Labor Action Coalition released a joint resolution calling for the university to cut all ties with Palermo’s.

 

GOTV Recall Election TAA Phone Banking

The Teaching Assistant Association has set up a phone banking operation at the TAA office. in order to get out the vote among members in the final days before June 5 recall election. Saturday, May 26 from 3:00-6:00pm Wednesday, May 30 from 5:00-8:00pm Saturday, June 2 from 3:00-6:00pm Come by the TAA office to make…

Letter to Walker: Initiate Bargaining Immediately

Following the March 30, 2012, federal court ruling striking down parts of Wisconsin Act 10, ruling that the state cannot prevent public employee unions from collecting dues and cannot require they recertify annually, the TAA joined other American Federation of Teachers-Wisconsin locals in demanding that Gov. Walker initiate bargaining immediately. Below is the letter sent…