TAA Secures Important Victories During GAPP Meeting: September Update

The TAA had some important victories during the fifth Graduate Assistant Policies and Procedures (GAPP) meeting.  The GAPP committee is comprised of university administration and the TAA, and is  responsible for creating the procedures and policies that will govern the working environments of  teaching assistants, project assistants and research assistants on campus.   At the…

GAPP Meeting Update: August

Graduate worker representatives met with university administration last week during the fourth meeting of the Graduate Assistant Policies and Procedures (GAPP) Committee, the group tasked with overseeing the transition of our 2009 contract into a handbook. Committee members made significant progress on reviewing the details of the contract; throughout most of the meeting, the administration…

Graduate Policy and Procedures Update Bulletin: TAA Wins Inclusion in Contract-to-Handbook Transition

TAA Achieves Four Committee Positions After Year-Long Effort The Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA) has recorded several victories in its year-long effort working with the University of Wisconsin-Madison administration on the process of converting the graduate student worker contract into a policies and procedures document. The TAA has pushed the university to be more transparent in…