North Seattle College Faculty Senate Resolution in Support of Green River United Faculty Coalition

The North Seattle College Faculty Senate recently issued a Resolution in Support of the Green River United Faculty Coalition during their contract negotiations. By resolution, North Seattle faculty are adding their voice in solidarity and demanding a prompt and equitable resolution of negotiations, and they will be watching with interest as the process at Green River College unfolds. [see complete resolution here]

GRUF Times, a newsletter by Green River United Faculty

Check out our newsletter, GRUF Times. This issue focuses on adjunct faculty.

It's Time to Fund, Support Faculty Salaries

Feb. 19, 2015 | Auburn Reporter | Guest Opinion, Mark Millbauer, President of United Faculty of Green River 

There’s another way.

Our state’s two-year colleges (CTCs) are valuable to our community. They serve as engines bolstering the economy by providing the road to success for thousands of our citizens and others.

But as Green River College President Eileen Ely and Trustee Pete Lewis pointed out last week (“Show your support for higher ed”, guest opinion, Reporter), our colleges are underfunded, and the situation is getting worse. [read more]

Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Green River United Faculty Coalition

Download a copy of the 2011-2014 collective bargaining agreement between the Green River Community College Board of Trustees and the Green River United Faculty Coalition.

Your vote is your voice

AFT President Randi Weingarten’s latest column outlines the urgency of using our voices—our votes—in this life-changing election, when we will make a choice “between President Donald Trump, who has trafficked in chaos, fear, lies and division, and former Vice President Joe Biden, who seeks to reverse Trump’s failures on COVID-19 and the economy, and to unite and uplift the American people.” Besides the four crises we face—a pandemic, an economic crisis, racism and a climate emergency—democracy itself is on the ballot, as Trump continues to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the election. READ MORE.