The Teaching Assistants' Association, the oldest graduate student employee union in the U.S., has a long history of fighting for higher wages and fee relief.
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Instructors campaign for “fair” pay; UW says it’s up to individual departments.
Despite a 3.5 percent increase, TAs say new scheme will stagnate wages for most.
Members of the Teaching Assistants’ Association gripped posters and picket signs on top of a blustery Bascom Hill Wednesday, chanting “We are …
Dean William Karpus says he has invited graduate students to help implement a new policy designed to make UW more competitive.
Kevin Gibbons, 29, a doctoral student in geography, is co-president of the UW-Madison Teaching Assistants’ Association, which helped run the budget protest in the state Capitol. The organization coordinated such things as rallies, cleanup crews, medical help, day care and food and is credited with helping keep the peace in the historic building and working with police and maintenance people.