Members of the United Academics of the University of Kansas rallied Thursday to push for KU administrators to work with them to set a date for an election — the next step to certify the faculty union and move toward contract negotiations.
A majority of KU faculty have signed cards to file for a union, the United Academics of the University of Kansas announced Wednesday, moving the group closer to a union election.
Faculty and staff members at the University of Kansas have formed a union that will represent more than 1,500 of their colleagues at both the Lawrence and Edwards campuses, organizing group American Federation of Teachers announced in a press release Monday.
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