By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The faculty at the University of Pittsburgh will vote on whether to unionize starting next month.READ MORE: As Eviction Moratorium Expires, Many Worried They'll Be Left Without A Roof Over Their Heads
The United Steelworkers have been running a union campaign at the university for five years.
It had stalled over questions about who would be included.READ MORE: Laurel Highlands Nominated For USA Today's Best Fall Foliage Destination
Now we know about 3,000 faculty members would be covered under the proposed union.
It would be a long election.MORE NEWS: Carnegie Mellon University Reinstates Masking Requirements
Potential members could vote yes or no starting August 27 and running through October 12.