December 16, 2020

This summer, faculty at the University of Washington Tacoma published a wide range of statistics on labor market inequalities in Pierce County (Washington State). Titled "Pierce County Statistics on Labor Market Inequalities," this report focuses on labor market inequalities by gender and age...Read more

November 01, 2020

Each year the Harry Bridges Center awards thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants to support inspiring scholars and activists pursuing the study and practice of labor. This year we awarded $85,000 in scholarships and fellowships and another $85,000 in research and curriculum development...Read more

October 21, 2020

The Bridges Center is excited to announce two on-line labor seminars . Numbering twenty separate sessions with a wide range of labor scholars and activists, these sessions are open to the public.Read more

October 20, 2020

The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies is excited to welcome a new student to our staff this year!Read more

October 07, 2020

Funding, events, educational programs, opportunities to get involved, and much more!Read more

October 05, 2020

Building Bridges , the annual print newsletter of the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, is available now for 2020-2021.Read more

August 18, 2020

Thanks to funding from the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, the 2019-2020 school year marked the beginning of the Labor Solidarity Project (LSP) on the University of Washington's Tacoma campus. The LSP sponsored faculty research projects, a seminar series, and more. Read below to learn...Read more

August 14, 2020

Remembering Charles Bergquist, Professor of History and Harry Bridges Endowed Chair Emeritus (1994-1996).Read more

June 19, 2020

From Zoom-bombing fears and technology issues, to screen fatigue and disconnection (literally and figuratively), there were many challenges, and much extra physical and emotional labor,...Read more

June 09, 2020

The Bridges Center is pleased to announce the recipients of Labor Studies research funding for the 2020-2021 academic year.Read more