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The Governor’s Office of Employee Relations (GOER) and United University Professions (UUP) are pleased to announce the availability of the Individual Development Awards provided for and funded under the UUP 2011-2016 Agreement. The purpose of this awards program is to assist eligible full time and part time SUNY employees in developing their full professional potential with an emphasis on preparing for advancement.
IDA Program Details:
· On-line application information is available at
· Due Date: 11/29/2016
· Award Amount: $1,000 maximum. Employees may only be funded for one project or activity per award period. This is a reimbursement program.
· Types of support available:
o Registration fees for conferences or workshops.
o Travel and related expenses (includes lodging and meals).
o Research-related supplies.
o Tuition at the maximum allowable SUNY rate at the time of application.
Please review the attached letter for:
o The supporting documentation checklist – these documents MUST be submitted along with your application
o Additional information on the program
Questions concerning this program may also be directed to:
Human Resources: ub-IndividualDevelopmentAwards@buffalo.edu or (716-645-5347)
Buffalo Health Sciences Chapter employees: email@example.com or (716-829-2505)
Thanks for everyone who came to the UUP Back to School Picnic/Cornhole Tournament, it was a blast!
Monday, 9/5 – BUFFALO AFL-CIO LABOR DAY PARADE/PICNIC
Parade line up: 11 am – Parade start: 12 pm @ the corner of Abbott and Stevenson Rd.
Picnic to follow at Cazenovia Park
Wednesday, 9/7 – UUP BACK TO SCHOOL PICNIC
4-7 pm at the UB Commons
food, music, important negotiations updates and our first annual cornhole tournament!
Please RSVP to Chapter Assistant, Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 645.2013
UUP Buffalo Center President, Tom Tucker and Political Outreach Chair,
Tim Tryjankowski out supporting UUP member, Monica Wallace in her campaign for NYS Assembly (143rd District). Tryjankowski is also a first time candidate running for Town of Clarence Committeeman. UUP’ers are taken the lead politically!