In the School of Industrial and Labor Relations .
The Department of Labor Relations, Law, and History brings together a diverse group of faculty members, all of whom are involved in researching and teaching about workers, employers, and the government policies that affect them. Its courses explore ILR issues in American society within a global framework using methods drawn from the social sciences, the humanities, and the legal professions.
K. Griffith, chair (374 Ives Faculty Building, (607) 225-6693); L. Adler, I. Ajunwa, R. Applegate, A. Avgar, S. Besky, K. Bronfenbrenner, A. Colvin, I. DeVault, S. Gleeson, M. Gold, J. Gross, A. Heinemann, L. Hyman, H. Katz, D. Leclercq, R. Lieberwitz, A. Litwin, V. Martinez-Matsuda, J. McCarthy, T. Nagaraja, S. Nelson, D. Yang.