"When the university unveiled its strategic plan two years ago, it was a strong sign it was finally acknowledging that compensation -- including stipends, salaries and benefits -- was too low for graduate students. A report issued by an 18-member committee examining the treatment of graduate assistants at public universities in the state essentially came to the same conclusion, a strong indicator change is needed in how graduate assistants are treated at this university. We believe that change is unionization." Read the full story at the Diamondback
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