April 7-9, 2019
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CUNY Graduate Center 
365 5th Ave
New York, NY 10016

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William A. Herbert and Michelle Savarese 
National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions
425 East 25th Street, #615
New York, NY 10010


Register Now for the National Center's 46th Annual Conference
Collective Bargaining after Janus
April 7-9, 2019

Conference registration includes panels and workshops on important contemporary issues in higher education and the professions, along with Sunday afternoon receptions, and continental breakfast and lunch on Monday and Tuesday.

Registration Information:

-Regular Conference Rate-$398: includes one conference registration with admission to all event activities and allows for additional attendee(s) to pay a discounted additional attendee rate of $238.

-Additional Attendee Rate-$238 (after payment of the regular rate): inlcudes one conference registration with admission to all event activities.

-Single Conference Rate-$356: includes one conference registration with admission to all event activities.  

-Special conference registration rates for adjunct faculty, post-doctoral scholars, graduate and undergraduate student employees, CUNY faculty, staff, and students. For promo codes, contact the National Center.

-Registration before March 1, 2019 is strongly encouraged. There will not be a reimbursement for the cancellation of a conference registration made after that date.

To pay by check, access the 2019 Conference Registration Form and mail it with your payment to the National Center.

Hotel Reservation Information for the Affinia James NY NoMad and Shelburne. Availability for the hotel group rate is limited.  You must make your hotel reservations before March 1, 2019. Click here for the preliminary conference schedulemap of the conference locations and conference workshop questionnaires and pre-registration forms.

Major support for the conference is provided by TIAA.

Additional funding is provided by AFT, Humana Group Medicare, SEIU, and United Way Worldwide Labor Engagement.