- Help with Paul Caffera’s Legal Fees!Since February of 2017, Paul J. Caffera has served the University of Mississippi community as the University Ombuds in an exemplary manner, demonstrating the independence, confidentiality, and neutrality called for by the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics of the International Ombudsman Association. Mr. Caffera has been a force for helping the University of Mississippi live…
- UCW-MS’ Response to UM Provost’s January 7 Letter to the American Historical AssociationThe members of UCW Mississippi wish to respond to Provost Wilkin’s letter of January 7 to Dr. Mary Lindemann of the American Historical Association. The University of Mississippi’s winter recess has delayed our response, but we want to make it clear that our concerns about Professor Felber’s case and a number of other recent events at the University remain as urgent as they were in our December communication.
- Statement on the Pattern of Administrative Abuse of Power at the University of MississippiTo: Chancellor Glenn Boyce & Provost Noel Wilkin From: United Campus Workers of Mississippi, CWA Local 3565 We are writing to you today because of a clear pattern of administrative abuses of power, of which the latest have resulted in (1) the targeted harassment of public employees, (2) the placement of the University of Mississippi’s…
We’ve expanded to the University of Southern Mississippi and Mississippi State!
United Campus Workers of Mississippi has established new chapters at the University of Southern Mississippi and Mississippi State University. As a wall-to-wall union, all university workers at Southern Miss and Mississippi State are encouraged to join us in advocating for a better workplace for all!
United Campus Workers of Mississippi unites Mississippi’s diverse workforce—including part-time and full-time staff, faculty, and student laborers—to address the critical issues we all face. Our mission is to champion and defend the interests and well-being of all University labor, as well as to build and sustain social and economic justice in our workplaces and in our communities.
Know your rights!
Our constitutionally granted freedoms of speech and assembly protect our right to form and participate in any organization of our choosing, including a union. When we exercise these rights by organizing, we are building a movement to protect and expand those rights for future generations.
The UCW is a “wall-to-wall” union which means any individual who receives a paycheck from the state of Mississippi as a worker at a state college or university is eligible to join the UCW.