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UUP report (in text and attached)
« on: September 18, 2013, 01:13:54 PM »
UUP Liaison Report
John Schumacher    (
SUNYLA Executive Board/Council
September 20, 2013

United University Professions (UUP) is the union representing more than 35,000 academic and professional faculty on 29 State University of New York campuses, plus System Administration and Empire State College. UUP is affiliated with the New York State United Teachers, the American Federation of Teachers, the National Education Association and the AFL-CIO.

Contract Agreement
•   Contract “pay bill” signed 9/6/13 enabling full implementation of contract provisions
•   “The state implemented the health insurance increases in our Aug. 28 paychecks and will begin the Deficit Reduction pay extraction in the next paycheck.” Also, see
•   Contract Q and A updated 8/12/13
•   Please allow for additional progress on union-wide contract issues to proceed prior to additional updates related to process and next steps on Appendix 48 “Executive Level Review of Librarian Issues”; a request for that update is with UUP leadership.

•   Please go to and send letters in support SUNY Downstate;
•   September 12th rally in support of Downstate
•   UUPers participated in the 50th Anniversary March on Washington  

Support Downstate Medical
•   Please take action via the site listed above and here

Additional Information, etc
•   The Fall 2013 Delegate Assembly – October 3, 4 (Saratoga Springs);
•   “UUP in the news”

Mailing Address:
United University Professions
P.O. Box 15143
Albany, NY 12212-5143

518-640-6698 (fax)
866-812-9446 (fax)



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Re: UUP report (in text and attached)
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2013, 10:39:51 AM »
UUP "Fact Sheet on Seamless Transfer / Core Curriculum"

"The outdoor luncheon, sponsored by the Albany Chapter, drew more than 250 members on a gorgeous late summer afternoon. They listened as Kowal discussed challenges facing the union—such as seamless transfer, privatization, and the potential separation of the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering from UAlbany—and how Albany UUPers can help UUP meet those challenges."
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