Originally from Egypt, Ihab Mohamed’s research in robotics had taken him to Poland, Italy and France before he and his family landed at IU’s Redbud Hill apartments last year.
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The Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electrical Workers announced in a tweet Wednesday morning the picket lines planned for the day are postponed due to inclement weather. Graduate workers still plan to begin their strike Wednesday.
The Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electrical Workers overwhelmingly voted to authorize a strike, with 97.8% of those voting saying yes. Unless IGWC-UE demands are met, picket lines will begin Wednesday.
On Sunday afternoon, the Monroe County Public Library auditorium overflowed with more than 150 graduate workers gathering for a town hall. After raising their fists and shouting “vote yes,” graduate workers pulled out their phones to cast their votes as the virtual polls opened for the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electrical Workers’ strike authorization vote.
In an email sent to IU-Bloomington faculty Tuesday afternoon, IU Provost Rahul Shrivastav outlined potential consequences for graduate workers who decide to strike for union representation.
Graduate workers at IU-Bloomington will see their stipends increase by at least 5% next year.
More than 100 graduate workers crowded into the foyer and atrium of Franklin Hall on Tuesday afternoon toting laptops, books, folders and picket signs during the Work-In organized by the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electrical Workers. The demonstration was part of the coalition’s campaign to be recognized by the university as a labor union representing graduate workers.
IU refused to recognize or negotiate a union contract with the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition-United Electrical Workers on Tuesday.