Presented by Stephanie Luce, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Labor Studies,
CUNY School of Professional Studies
Thursday, April 24, 2014
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Waisman Center Auditorium, UW-Madison
In 2011, 28 percent of all U.S. workers – almost 37 million people - earned poverty-wages. Despite a supposed economic recovery, the U.S. is facing a crisis of low-wage jobs and working poverty, and even workers with college degrees cannot be assured of attaining high wages and stable jobs. This talk will discuss some of the possible solutions to our low-wage jobs crisis.
Best known for her research on living wage campaigns and movements, noted labor scholar Stephanie Luce (pictured above) has worked at the U.S. Department for Labor, a Congressional Commission on Agricultural Workers, the Center for Wisconsin Strategy (COWS) and the Political Economy Research Institute. She received her Ph.D. in sociology and master’s in industrial relations from UW-Madison.
This lecture is made possible with generous support from donors to the
Roberta Gassman School of Social Work Opportunities Fund.
Free and open to the public • Reception to follow
RSVP strongly encouraged
.1 CEU / 1 CEH free for social workers
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