Academics, college unions to strike in 3 campuses


NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Union officers representing Rutgers college at three New Jersey campuses selected sunday night time they might strike indefinitely beginning Monday morning, college officers mentioned.

The choice was made later attain a impasse within the contract negotiations with Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway’s administration dragging on since July, Howard Swerdloff, secretary of the adjunct college union, informed, a part of the USA TODAY community.

The strike to shut courses is the primary within the state college’s 256-year historical past.

Three unions representing educators, researchers and clinicians are scheduled to start their strike at 9 a.m. Monday.


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