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Members of GSU-UE at a rally on the Quad in November.

GSU-UE Members Ratify First-Ever Contract with University

By Gabriel Kraemer / April 1, 2024
Members of Graduate Students United overwhelmingly approved a tentative agreement the union had reached with the University earlier this month.
GSU-UE general membership meeting to launch the strike pledge.

GSU-UE Signals Willingness to Strike, Collects Over 1000 Pledges

By Celeste Alcalay / February 13, 2024
GSU-UE became the second labor union on campus prepared to strike, joining National Nurses United, which signaled solidarity with GSU-UE.
GSU members participate in an October 2018 walkout.

University Will “Bargain in Good Faith” With GSU-UE, Provost Lee Says

By Eric Fang / March 17, 2023
Lee’s email suggests that the University will not challenge the certification of GSU-UE’s successful unionization vote, a contrast to its approach to the last successful vote in 2017.
GSU organizers at a rally outside Levi Hall on October 19, 2021

With Unionization Vote Expected to Pass, GSU-UE Switches Gears

By Evgenia Anastasakos and Laura Gersony / February 23, 2023

Several weeks ago, UChicago’s graduate student workers took to the polls to decide whether to officially unionize. Now, as they await results, the leadership of Graduate Students United-United Electrical...

Graduate Students walking to The Joseph Regenstein Library to vote on Tuesday.

Graduate Students Vote in Second Union Vote

By Richard Davis / February 7, 2023
While their 2017 attempt at unionization was foiled by a hostile NRLB and University, GSU is confident it can finally win official recognition.
GSU members picket, October 2017.

Provost Lee Reiterates University’s Anti-GSU Position in Email

By Neive Rodriguez / January 10, 2023
Lee’s email urged eligible graduate students to vote in the upcoming unionization election and said they would receive more details in advance of the election.
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