Join the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies for the Urban Studies Speaker Talk Series, a five-part, in-person set of discussions featuring insights on issues challenging the nation, and shaping the urban landscape lead by field experts. Learn more and register.

Dedicated to the purpose of fostering diverse leadership in the labor movement and in the academic discipline of labor studies the Joseph S. Murphy Scholarship for Diversity in Labor offers full tuition coverage in Labor Studies BA and MA. Find out more.

Koffi’s journey from Ghana to SLU exemplifies resilience and hard work. Overcoming adversity, he found support at SLU, praising its academic backing and mission of social justice. A recipient of the Diversity in Labor Scholarship, balancing work and studies, he earned a BA in Urban Studies, and aspires to impact Ghana’s development and politics. Read more.

Meet Brian Hunt, School of Labor and Urban Studies student pursuing a BA in Labor Studies. Son of a steamfitter, who found his passion for the trade through the Local 638 Steamfitters Apprenticeship program and now serves as a Business Agent with Local 638. Read more.

Join us this March for SLU’s Civic Engagement and Leadership Development virtual seminar(via Zoom). Speakers will discuss strategic choices in local and national elections, address lessons learned from wins and losses, and highlighting worker-driven electoral and governing agendas. Learn more.

A newly released book Practical Radicals: Seven Strategies to Change the World co-authored by CUNY SLU faculty members Deepak Bhargava and Stephanie Luce presents a clear, expert, and inspiring guide to social change, based on case studies of grassroots movements that won, from two leading community and labor experts. Watch the book launch video.