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Graduate workers and allies gathered on Bascom Hill on the first day of the fall semester to show solidarity, educate passersby on graduate workplace issues, and deliver over 800 new petition signatures to university administrators. “We are here to kick …

Graduate Workers Start Semester with Solidarity Rally READ MORE >>

Graduate worker representatives met with Patrick Sheehan and Julie Karpelina, who represented the university administration, for the last scheduled GAPP workgroup meeting about the grievance policy on July 1. The workgroup came to an agreement on all outstanding issues about …

Graduate worker and university representatives come to agreement on grievance procedure READ MORE >>

In response to the April 4 sit-in, UW administrators wrote TAA Co-Presidents a letter explaining why the university should deny graduate workers a living wage, mandatory fee relief, and clear workplace policies. In the letter signed by Vice Chancellor Heller …

Administration Response to Graduate Workers Found Inadequate and Misleading READ MORE >>

More than 400 graduate workers and allies gathered at Bascom Hall on April 5. This action is to demand from university administrators a living wage, full fee relief, quality policies, and a role in decision-making that affects graduate employees. Participants …

Graduate Workers Occupy UW Administration Building to Demand Fair Workplace Policies READ MORE >>

Follow the latest campaign updates here.  We are calling on UW–Madison administrators to commit to: Paying graduate workers a living wage Providing full relief from mandatory fees for graduate workers Ending the discriminatory international student fee Approving clear, consistent and quality policies for all …

Campaign for Fair Pay, Full Fee Coverage, and Quality Policies READ MORE >>