Graduate Labor Organization

Graduate Labor Organization (GLO) is an anti-racist, feminist Union of graduate student employees at Brown University. Together, we advocate for the needs and protections of the graduate workers who are the researchers, teachers, and mentors that are vital to the everyday functioning of the University. Through collective bargaining and collective action, we participate as equal partners in the decisions that affect our lives, advocate for the needs of a diverse student body, fight against discrimination in all its forms, and nurture a caring community that supports the personal and professional lives of all student workers.

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DHS Threatens International Grads

Last week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) threatened international graduate students again, with a new proposed rule which would make it very difficult for international graduate students to legally remain in the United States to continue their education. The proposed rule would shorten the duration of F-1 and J-1 visas, which are meant to cover the … Continue reading DHS Threatens International Grads

Officer Election Timeline

Now that we’ve ratified our first contract and our constitution, it’s time to elect the first Executive Board of our Union! Timeline October 1: Nominations due October 6: Ballots postmarked to Members October 14: General Members Meeting (including speeches by nominees) October 21: Completed ballots due Beginning of November: Elected Executive Board takes Office Nominations were due on October 1st, … Continue reading Officer Election Timeline

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