TAA Endorsements! After the Wisconsin Spring Primary Election, the Political Education Committee sent out questionnaires to candidates in all contested races on Madison ballots. Based on the responses, membership approved a list of candidates for TAA endorsement at Tuesday’s general membership meeting. The TAA encourages members, when possible, to participate in local GOTV efforts in support of…Details
NEW: Video from the Teach-In panel discussion: The Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA), the labor union representing the graduate student workers of the University of Wisconsin, recently hosted a teach-in to discuss the changes to graduate assistant pay set to be implemented in July 2017. The teach-in featured a panel, consisting of Cynthia Burnson, academic staff,…Details
LOVE & CARE We hope that each of you are taking care of yourselves, taking the time to breathe, drink water, and rest. We also hope that you are spending these days processing what has happened and preparing for what is to come. Please remember that University Health Services offers confidential mental health and…Details
In response to a racist incident at the University of Wisconsin—Madison football game on October 29, the Teaching Assistants’ Association (TAA) Executive Board stands with students, faculty, staff, and alumni who demand the University of Wisconsin take a stronger stand against racism on UW-Madison’s campus. At the football game, one attendee wore a costume with a…Details
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The TAA’s Political Education Committee has put together a helpful guide to early voting for students in Wisconsin: Registration Students can register to vote at the polls the same day as they vote. In order to register to vote, students need to have a proof of address and either a WI ID or their SSN (info…Details