An organizer update from Anjali Madgula, Rutgers class of 2021
#RutgersAdjunctsSpeak Week of Action Recap by Hank Kalet
Read the November issue of the Rutgers Adjunct Faculty Union Newsletter
Please join the Rutgers Adjunct Faculty Union on Friday, Nov. 19th for a panel discussion with students, alumni, and community members to discuss the corporate takeover of higher education.
The October 2021 issue of the PTLFC bulletin, with updates on our contract campaign kickoffs and more
A message to Rutgers students and alumni from our student organizer, Anjali Madgula
Rutgers cried poverty and fired 400 PTLs while sinking millions into athletics debt.
Report from the union on the State of the University Address
Takeaway: Do you want affordable healthcare and job security? Pay parity with full-time faculty? A path to full-time employment? Join our New Brunswick contract campaign forum and help determine our priorities so that we—as a union—can win the respect, dignity, and fairness we deserve!
Rutgers sank hundreds of millions of dollars into athletics debt, lied about it, and then fired 1,000+ employees. Rutgers has more than enough money to provide us with better pay, job security, and low-cost health coverage. Join our campus meetings to win a stronger contract.
September issue of the Rutgers PTLFC Bulletin, featuring updates on our union’s vaccine mandate and a health and safety Q&A
Rutgers Adjunct Faculty Union’s Covid-19 vaccine resolution
Undersigned PTLFC board members call for the AFT to divest itself of all Israeli bonds and for the U.S. government to cease all financial support to Israel.
PTLFC board call for ending white supremacist and misogynist violence
Rutgers PTLFC stands with the mass uprisings across the country in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.