St. Michael's Adjuncts Go Union

Soon after Georgetown’s adjunct faculty and administration modeled collaborative labor-management relations for the world in their recent contract negotiations, faculty at another Catholic campus have opted for union representation. Adjuncts at St. Michael's College in Vermont  have voted 2-1 to form a union. Georgetown, citing Catholic social teaching, had adopted a neutral attitude as the adjuncts discussed the possibility of forming a union; similarly, Dean Jeffrey Ayers reported that St. Michael’s remained neutral through the campaign.

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