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United University Professions (UUP) Records

1964-2000

Funding support for the initial processing of the microfilm in this collection and developing a finding aid provided by Dr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Link. Funding for the further processing of this collection provided by United University Professions. Funding for the digitization of photographs from this collection provided by United University Professions.

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Abstract

The records of United University Professions (UUP) document the activities of the union and collective bargaining agent for the faculty and non-teaching professionals of the State University of New York. They begin in the 1960s with UUP's antecedents, the State University Professional Association (SUPA) and the Senate Professional Association (SPA), and continue through June 2000 for the materials produced by UUP's Communications Department, and through May 1993 for most other series.

Summary

Creator:
United University Professions (Association: NY)
Date Coverage:
1964-2000
Quantity:
161.17 cubic  and 6 reels of microfilm

United University Professions (UUP) is the union and collective bargaining agent for the faculty and non-teaching professionals of the State University of New York (SUNY). As of January 2, 2001, there were 24,322 individuals in the bargaining unit UUP represents. [Program, Winter 2001 Delegate Assembly].

UUP (initially named SUNY/United) was created by the 1973 merger of the Senate Professional Association (SPA) and the State University Federation of Teachers (SUFT). [United University Professions, Delegate Assembly Minutes, October 12-13, 1973, 3. For a detailed discussion of the "difficulties" faced by SPA and "several decisions and forces that [determined] the course of collective bargaining in SUNY", see Herman Doh, "Collective Bargaining in SUNY: The Story of the Senate Professional Association", Journal of the College and University Personnel Association (January 1974): 22-39. Another study of collective bargaining at SUNY and the competing interests involved is Ebba Wikander McArt, "Common Interests as a Basis for Collective Bargaining in the State University of New York (SUNY) System", Ph.D. diss. (University of California, Berkeley), 1979. A copy of the Doh article is located in Subgroup IV, Office of the Secretary, Series 5, Correspondence--Alphabetical Files, "H", 1985. Also by Doh and Stanley Johnson (but not included in the collection) is "Collective Bargaining in SUNY: The Experience of 50 Local SPA Leaders During the First Year", Journal of the College and University Personnel Association 25 (April 1974): 55-73]. SPA, created in 1970, combined elements from the university-wide Faculty Senate with the State University Professional Association (SUPA) which had been created in 1969 to represent the non-teaching professionals at SUNY. [State University Professional Association, Organizational Meeting Minutes, December 12, 1969, 1-2]. In January 1971 SPA defeated SUFT to become the first elected bargaining representative at SUNY. After its election, SPA received certification from the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB), the governor-appointed body charged with administering the Taylor Law (the 1967 Public Employees' Fair Employment Act that allowed public employees in New York to bargain collectively for the first time). It then entered into negotiations with the Governor's Office of Employee Relations (GOER; also referred to as OER), the state's primary bargaining representative. [E.D. Duryea and Robert S. Fisk, Collective Bargaining, the State University and the State Government in New York (Buffalo: The State University of New York at Buffalo, 1975), 17-19]. In August 1971, the State of New York and SPA signed their first contract. [Duryea and Fisk, Collective Bargaining, 8].

After its election as bargaining agent, SPA formalized its affiliations with the National Education Association (NEA) and its state affiliate, the New York State Teachers Association (NYSTA), which represented K-12 teachers throughout New York. SPA received both financial and organizational support from NYSTA. The 1973 merger between NYSTA and the United Teachers of New York (the New York affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers [AFT]) to form New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) pressured SPA to merge with SUFT and form UUP. [Duryea and Fisk, Collective Bargaining, 7-8]. UUP voted to end its NEA affiliation in 1976 [United University Professions, Executive Board Minutes, June 25, 1976, 6], and is currently affiliated with NYSUT, the AFT, and the state and national AFL-CIO. Like its predecessor SPA, particularly in its earliest years UUP received financial and organizational support from NYSUT. It continues to maintain a close relationship with NYSUT and to use NYSUT field representatives to handle contract and disciplinary grievances, and improper practice charges brought before PERB on behalf of its bargaining unit members. UUP's Director of Staff (formerly called the Executive Director) and Associate Director of Staff, who oversee the field representatives, participate in UUP's contract negotiations, and act in an advisory capacity to UUP, are NYSUT employees.

In its early years, UUP concentrated on establishing its membership and creating a position for itself as the collective bargaining agent for all SUNY teaching and non-teaching professionals, addressing a concern expressed particularly by professionals during the establishment of SPA and then UUP about whether it was possible for a union representing both professional and academic staff to adequately address the concerns of each group. This issue has persisted, to varying degrees, throughout UUP's existence. The diverse nature of the SUNY campuses included within the bargaining unit--including university centers, colleges of agriculture and technology, and health science centers--has also contributed to the challenges faced by UUP in representing the bargaining unit as a collective whole. UUP has twice had its position as bargaining agent challenged. In 1974, the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) unsuccessfully sought to become the bargaining representative for non-teaching professionals at SUNY, and in an election conducted by PERB in late 1978, UUP defeated the NYEA, a New York State affiliate of the NEA, which sought to replace UUP as the representative for the entire SUNY bargaining unit.

UUP's main purpose is to improve the terms and conditions of employment of those it represents [United University Professions, Constitution as amended through Fall 1996 Delegate Assembly]. The primary forum for addressing these issues is the contracts that UUP negotiates with the State on behalf of its bargaining unit members [In its negotiated contracts and handling of grievances and improper practice charges, UUP represents the entire bargaining unit. However, membership in UUP is voluntary, although New York State's Agency Fee law enacted in the late 1970s requires that every member of the bargaining unit pay dues to UUP. Members of UUP receive additional benefits, such as eligibility to vote on negotiated contracts, to participate in UUP elections, and various employee benefits, such as life insurance, provided by UUP to members only]. Debates over salaries and employee benefit packages have figured prominently in past contract negotiations [Duryea and Fisk, Collective Bargaining, 32]. Specific issues of concern have included job security, maternity leave, tuition waivers, hiring and tenure policies, sabbatical allotments, teaching workloads, student/faculty ratios, grievance procedures, parking fees, and expanding retirement investment options. In 1974, UUP achieved permanent appointment status for professionals, in 1977 it turned its focus to family sick leave and sabbatical leave, and in 1978 to the creation of minimum salaries for full-time employees. Benefits and sick leave for part-time employees also attracted UUP's attention in the late 1970s; pay equity and disparity issues were a focus between 1982 and 1985, and geographical differences in cost of living were a concern in 1988. In the early 1990s domestic partner care and day care coverage were of particular concern to UUP. At the end of the 1990s, new challenges were seen in distance learning, rapid changes in technology, privatization issues, and the growing use of part-time employees [United University Professions, 25 Years (1998), 2-4, 9-10].

Under the Taylor Law, UUP is forbidden to engage in work actions such as strikes. Instead, it uses public demonstrations and publicity when contract negotiations stall. UUP also uses these measures to make members of the State Legislature, SUNY management, and the general public aware of issues of concern to it, particularly cuts in the portion of the state budget allocated to SUNY [United University Professions, 25 Years, 8]. The prohibition on work actions has also meant that from the beginning UUP has devoted itself to political action for advancing the interests of those it represents [United University Professions, Executive Board Minutes, August 10-11, 1973, 2]. It has registered state lobbyists; sponsored its own, and participated in NYSUT-sponsored, "lobby days" in Albany; and devoted significant resources to monitoring legislative activity and making its positions known to the governor and state legislators. UUP also expresses itself politically through candidate endorsements. UUP's affiliation with NYSUT broadens its legislative outreach and impact [United University Professions, 25 Years, 7].

UUP's other defined goals include advancing education in a democracy and democracy in education, and promoting the principles of unity and collective bargaining in higher education [United University Professions, Constitution as amended through Fall 1996 Delegate Assembly]. Its broad range of concerns, primarily expressed through resolutions and motions adopted by its Executive Board and Delegate Assembly, have included environmental issues; freedom of expression; and the availability of public higher education. In the 1990s, coalition building with other higher education advocacy groups and community outreach became a focus of UUP's activities [United University Professions, 25 Years, 9-10].

UUP has an administrative office headquartered in Albany and chapters based at each SUNY campus, as well as at SUNY Central Administration in Albany. Each chapter elects delegates to attend the Delegate Assemblies held three times each year. The delegates in turn elect six statewide officers (President, Vice President for Academics, Vice President for Professionals, Secretary, Treasurer, and Membership Development Officer) and the members of UUP's Executive Board. Statewide officers are elected for two-year terms and until the Scheuerman administration, were limited to six years in office. The presidents of UUP, their campus affiliation, and years in office have been as follows:

Lawrence DeLucia (State University College at Oswego), 1973-1975

Samuel Wakshull (State University College at Buffalo), 1975-1981

Nuala McGann Drescher (State University College at Buffalo), 1981-1987

John M. (Tim) Reilly (State University at Albany), 1987-1993

William E. Scheuerman (State University College at Oswego), 1993-present

The records of United University Professions (UUP) document the activities of the union and collective bargaining agent for the faculty and non-teaching professionals of the State University of New York. They begin in the 1960s with UUP's antecedents, the State University Professional Association (SUPA) and the Senate Professional Association (SPA), and continue through June 2000 for the materials produced by UUP's Communications Department, and through May 1993 (the end of the Reilly presidential administration) for most other series.

Most aspects of UUP's activities are covered by the records, including the actions of its policy-making bodies the Delegate Assembly and the Executive Board; the work of UUP's standing and ad hoc committees; the activities of UUP's presidents as seen through correspondence, subject, and project files; activities on and issues of concern to individual campus chapters seen through correspondence between chapter representatives and chapter members and UUP's Administrative Office and the newsletters created by individual chapters; the records of contract negotiations between UUP and the State; correspondence between UUP and SUNY Central Administration as well as the Governor's Office of Employee Relations on specific labor/management issues; UUP as presented in its publications and advertising campaigns; and photographs, video, and audio tape records of many of UUP's activities. The records also reflect UUP's continual involvement with other organizations interested in higher education, with other educational labor organizations both within New York State and nationally, and with organized labor in general.

Not only do the records document the activities of UUP's officers and administrative office, they also present the concerns of those UUP represents-the SUNY bargaining unit--documented mainly in correspondence and chapter files and in the negotiations surveys completed by UUP members commenting on the employment issues of utmost concern to them. As UUP has a substantial interest in the function of the State University and its funding, many of the records in the collection document the activities and policies of SUNY with regard to specific subjects and information on the annual SUNY budget.

One of UUP's functions is to represent the members of its bargaining unit in contractual and disciplinary grievances filed with SUNY and OER, and in improper practice charges brought before PERB. However, there are no comprehensive records regarding these activities included in the collection. The records of UUP's Grievance Committee provide some details regarding the grievances UUP has pursued on behalf of bargaining unit members, and there is correspondence scattered throughout the collection dealing with grievances (although primarily administrative matters such as setting hearing dates and filing appeals). The complete grievance and improper practice case files remain in UUP's possession.

The records of UUP are divided into eleven subgroups. The first subgroup, the minutes and transcripts of meetings of UUP's Delegate Assemblies, minutes of the meetings of UUP's Executive Board, and the minutes of SUPA and SPA, were the first records included in this collection. A subsequent processing effort conducted several years later resulted in the addition of the ten other subgroups. Access to some series is restricted.

Some topics and activities of UUP are addressed in detail within a single series or two, such as Delegate Assemblies, Executive Board meetings, negotiations, committee work, chapters, and special projects. However, materials related to each of these subjects is also found scattered throughout the various groups of subject and project files that make up the collection. While a great deal of overlap exists among the various series that make up the collection, for the most part the overlapping series do not entirely duplicate each other. In addition, over the years, different individuals have used different subject headings for the same subjects. The index to the box and folder list provides some guidance on the location of materials on the same or similar topics, as do the cross-references contained in the various series descriptions.

An overall theme in the records is UUP's concern with the state's funding of SUNY and the impact that cuts in the SUNY budget and, as a result, in campus programs would have on bargaining unit members. UUP has also given continual attention to the actions of SUNY management and how they impact bargaining unit members, making sure that the rights of those it represents are protected. There have also been some discernible changes over the years in UUP's interests. For the first decade or so of UUP's existence (and during the years of its predecessors), the records reveal a concern with the organizational character of the union and increasing its membership and, as a result, its power as bargaining agent. Much of the discussion involved issues that arose because of the diverse nature of UUP's membership, particularly the distinct concerns of non-teaching professionals, as well as librarians and health professionals who worked at the various SUNY campuses. In the 1980s UUP began to express itself more on social and ideological issues like intellectual freedom and the environment, and at times these non-work-related stances prompted complaints from members who disagreed with the union's positions, or who felt that UUP should not be taking positions on such issues in the first place.

Related Materials

The records of UUP included in this collection are complemented by related collections held in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives at the University at Albany, SUNY. The records of the UUP Oral History Project (APAP-099) include interviews with over thirty individuals involved with the beginnings of unionization at SUNY and UUP's predecessors, the formation of UUP itself, and the first years of UUP's existence. The records of the United University Professions (UUP) Albany Chapter (APAP-054) document some of the activities of Albany Chapter. The papers of Eugene Link (APAP-025), a professor of history at SUNY Plattsburgh and an active member in the early years of UUP and in UUP's establishment of membership for retired members, also includes related material. The records of WAMC/Northeast Public Radio (APAP-138) include episodes of programs on which UUP leaders appeared. For additional labor collections in the Department, see the Labor subject guide.

Over 4,000 images from the records of UUP are available for viewing online from the University at Albany Libraries' Digital Collections database. Funding for the digitization of these photographs and their description was provided by United University Professions.

Selected materials from this collection are available in the exhibit Documenting Labor Inside and Out: Labor History in New York State's Capital District.

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by United University Professions.

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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, United University Professions (UUP) Records 1964-2000 (APAP-039). M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the United University Professions (UUP) Records).

Contents of Collection

Quantity:  6 reels of microfilm

Arranged in four series.

Quantity:  0.1 reels of microfilm

Minutes of meetings of the non-teaching professional staff prior to the formation of the State University Professional Association (SUPA) in October 1969; minutes of meetings of SUPA's Executive Committee and Governing Board; and minutes of meetings of Senate Professional Association's (SPA) Executive Board and its Representative Council. Many of the minutes in this series document the debate over whether non-teaching professionals should affiliate themselves with SPA or remain autonomous to work for their distinct interests. Some of the SPA minutes are barely legible.

Arranged chronologically.

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Reel 1Minutes1971
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Minutes of the proceedings of UUP's Executive Board, the body authorized to carry out policies established by the Delegate Assembly and execute written agreements on behalf of UUP. The Board meetings consist of reports by committee chairpersons and officers and the consideration of a variety of resolutions and motions reflecting a concern with a broad range of institutional, social, and political issues. Lists of committee appointments, committee and task force membership lists, and income and expenditure reports for the union are intermittently included. The Board is required to meet at least four times each year, but from the beginning it has met approximately five to ten times annually. See Subgroup IV Office of the Secretary, Series 1 - Executive Board for correspondence and materials distributed at or relating to Executive Board meetings.

Arranged chronologically.

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Minutes of the proceedings of the Delegate Assembly, the primary policy-making body of UUP. The minutes reflect the concerns and activities of UUP in the most concise and comprehensive form, because it is in the forum where various chapters from around the state meet to voice local concerns and discuss and vote on policy matters. The Delegate Assembly meets three times during each academic year-Fall, Winter, and Spring.

The minutes document budget debates (sometimes with itemized budget projections), the election of officers and Executive Board members, amendments to the constitution, and reports from committee chairpersons and officers. The first two years of the minutes include what appear to be verbatim transcripts of the president's report and the reports of various other officers. Afterwards, the reports and the rest of the proceedings are all given in condensed form. In later years, the reports of the officers and committee chairpersons, as well as programs for each Delegate Assembly, were included in packets mailed to delegates prior to the Delegate Assembly and/or distributed to delegates upon their arrival at a Delegate Assembly. See Subgroup IV Secretary, Series 2 - Delegate Assemblies for these and other materials relating to the Delegate Assemblies.

Arranged chronologically.

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Reel 2Minutes1988 Fall-1989 Spring

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Reel 2Minutes1992 Fall-1993 Spring
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Verbatim transcripts of the Delegate Assembly proceedings. This series includes only one Delegate Assembly for 1979 and two for 1980, however for the remaining years the transcripts cover all three Delegate Assemblies for each year. Each transcript is divided into two sessions, each covering one day of the Delegate Assembly. Some early transcripts include a list of officers, Executive Board members, committee chairs, and chapter delegates. About half of the transcripts have a table of contents. The transcripts for 1984 include a program for the fall Delegate Assembly. See Subgroup IV Secretary, Series 2 - Delegate Assemblies for the packets containing officer and committee chairperson reports, finiancial information, delegate listings, schedules and programs, and related materials for Delegate Assemblies.

Arranged chronologically.

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Quantity: 8.0 cubic ft.

Arranged in four series.

Quantity: 0.66 cubic ft.

Correspondence at statewide and chapter levels; meeting minutes, both for statewide and Buffalo chapter; bargaining unit mailings; newsletters; and financial records maintained by Joseph Drew, UUP's first statewide treasurer, who was active both in the statewide SPA and the SPA chapter in Buffalo prior to UUP's creation.

The records in this series relate mainly to the Senate Professional Association, although some materials are included relating to the State University Federation of Teachers and other contenders for bargaining agent before the creation of UUP. The organization to which the records in each folder primarily relate is indicated in parenthesis in the folder title. The records in this series provide the most information available regarding the financial condition of SPA and UUP at its formation-the state of which was an issue for the union, particularly given its financial reliance at times on NYSTA. (Additional early UUP financial records are located in Series 1 of Subgroup V, Office of the Treasurer.) The records in this series also reflect the differing concerns of professional and academic employees in their selection of a bargaining agent and in negotiations. Also discussed are the cost of the various organizations competing to be bargaining agent in terms of dues versus what they offered their members, and the issue of affiliation with larger organizations such as AFT, NYEA, and NEA and the implication that affiliation with each would have on the bargaining unit. The mailings made by the various contenders for bargaining agent reflect their positions on these and other issues.

Arranged alphabetically.

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II.1 1American Association of University Professors (AAUP) [RESTRICTED] 1970-1971

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II.1 2Budget Committee (SPA, SUNY/United) [RESTRICTED] 1971 November-1974 January

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II.1 3Buffalo Center Chapter (SPA, UUP) [RESTRICTED] 1970 February-1975 February

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II.1 4Buffalo Center Chapter [some statewide also?] (SPA) [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1972 December

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II.1 5Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) [RESTRICTED] 1970 March-1971 June

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II.1 6Correspondence-Philip A. Encinio (SPA Executive Director) [RESTRICTED] 1972 October-1972 December, 1973 September

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II.1 7Correspondence-Robert Granger (SPA President) [RESTRICTED] 1972 November

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II.1 8Grievances [corresp. to committees and coordinators bulk] (SPA) [RESTRICTED] 1970 July-1973 April

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II.1 9Grievances/Promotions (Negotiations?) (SPA, UUP) [RESTRICTED] 1972 November-1974 May

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II.1 10Legislation (SPA, SUNY/United, UUP) [RESTRICTED] 1973 July, 1974 March

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II.1 11Medical Caucus-Article 20-Plan for Management of Clinical Practice (SPA) [RESTRICTED] 1973 June

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II.1 12Merger (SPA, SUFT, SUNY/United) [RESTRICTED] 1970 December, 1972 October-1973 March

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II.1 13Miscellaneous Correspondence (SPA, SUNY/United) [RESTRICTED] 1972 October-1974 January

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II.1 14Miscellaneous Reports [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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II.1 15Negotiations [proposals, correspondence, bulletins] (SPA, SUNY/United, UUP) [RESTRICTED] 1972 October-1974 May

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II.1 16Negotiations-Professional Staff Senate (SUNY/United, SUNY Buffalo) [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1974 April

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II.1 17Negotiations-Salaries (SPA, SUNY/United, UUP) [RESTRICTED] 1973 July-1974 April

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II.1 18Negotiations/Negotiations Committee (SPA, SUNY/United, UUP) [RESTRICTED] 1973 May-1974 May

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II.1 19NYSUT District #31 (SPA) [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1973 March

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II.1 20Professional Non-Academic Employees (A.P.N.E.A) [RESTRICTED] 1969 July-1969 November

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II.1 21Professional Staff Senate (SUNY Buffalo) [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1972 September

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II.1 22SPA Executive Board Meetings [RESTRICTED] 1972 December-1973 January

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II.1 23SPA Executive Board Meetings [RESTRICTED] 1973 January

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II.1 24SPA Executive Board Meetings [RESTRICTED] 1973 February

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II.1 25SPA Executive Board Meetings [RESTRICTED] 1973 March

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II.1 26SPA Financial Records-Income and Expenditure Reports; Budget Reports [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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II.1 27SPA Financial Records-Monthly Analysis of Deposits; partial dues payments [RESTRICTED] 1971 April-1972 May

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II.1 28SPA Financial Records-Workpapers (balance sheet; income statement; deposit, disbursement and expense analyses) [RESTRICTED] 1971 May 19

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II.1 29SPA Financial Records-Workpapers (balance sheet; income statement; equipment, expense and deposit analyses) [RESTRICTED] 1971 June 30

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II.1 30SPA Financial Records-Workpapers (balance sheet; income statement; deposits and expense analyses) [RESTRICTED] 1971 September 30

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II.1 31SPA Financial Records-Workpapers (balance sheet; income statement; disbursements journal; dues analysis) [RESTRICTED] 1971 December 31

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II.1 32SPA Financial Records-Workpapers (balance sheet; income statement; disbursement journal) [RESTRICTED] 1972 March 31

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II.1 33SPA Financial Records-Workpapers (balance sheet; income statement; analyses of dues, liabilities, expenses and furniture; equipment inventory; adjustment journal) [RESTRICTED] 1972 June 30

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II.1 34SPA Statewide [SPA newsletters mainly] [RESTRICTED] 1970-1972

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II.1 35State University Federation of Teachers (SUFT)-Finances [RESTRICTED] 1973 June-1973 August

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II.1 36State University Federation of Teachers (SUFT) [newsletters and "Dear Colleagues" letters] [RESTRICTED] 1970 Fall, 1971 January, 1972 March

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II.1 37State University Professional Association at Buffalo [RESTRICTED] 1970 February-1972 May

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II.1 38State University Professional Association (SUPA) [statewide] [RESTRICTED] 1969 Fall, 1970 Spring-1972 November

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II.1 39Unity Caucus (SUNY/United) [RESTRICTED] 1973
Quantity: 6.43 cubic ft.

Correspondence and third-party reports make up the bulk of this series, and some of the materials appear to have been reference files rather than related to matters in which SPA/UUP was directly involved. Other materials, such as correspondence and minutes from meetings of the SUNY Board of Trustees, information on the SUNY budget, or about the SUNY Faculty Senate document the environment in which SPA and UUP were created and in which they negotiated contracts. The same can be said for the materials included in the series relating to New York State United Teachers, which was an influential force in UUP's formative years.

UUP-specific materials include information on contract negotiations, the merger between SPA and SUFT that created UUP, and UUP's general operations. Materials relating to particular articles of the SPA/UUP agreements with the State are included by article number (primarily articles dealing with compensation and evaluation and promotion). Copies of agreements and contracts for collective bargaining in other states, some of which have had sections relating to particular subjects highlighted and/or annotated, are also included along with information regarding collective bargaining in education in other states. Occasionally subject folders contain copies of a SPA newsletter or bulletin that addressed the particular issue. The folders titled "History" contain mainly correspondence and newsletters relating to SPA, SUFT, and other organizations such as NEA that were active during the years preceding the formation of UUP. The folders entitled "Managerial/Confidential" contain materials relating to the initial creation/designation of the bargaining unit that UUP would represent.

The records in this series were maintained by an original member of the SPA/UUP administrative office staff and reflect activities office-wide. They include the most information available on the issues that SPA/UUP was involved in during its formative years and first five years of UUP's existence, particularly the DeLucia presidential administration (1973-1975). The other records in this Subgroup II and the records in Series 1 of Subgroup V, Office of the Treasurer, complement the records in this series. Series 3 of Subgroup IVA, Special Projects, also contains a small amount of SPA, SUFT, and SUPA related materials.

The records in this series are some of the many plagued by the inconsistent use of subject titles and filing categories. For example, a general file labeled "committees" contains information relating to various SPA/UUP committees, but some records related to specific committees are located under the subject heading relating to that committee, such as the records relating to the Legislation Committee included in the folders marked "Legislation". Other examples include the closely related materials filed under separate headings such as "librarians" and "SUNY librarians" and "Presidential Speeches" and "Speeches". In order to preserve the original designations given to the various materials during preliminary processing efforts, the original filing categories/folder designations were maintained in these situations. The index for the box and folder list should be consulted to determine the location of related materials on any given subject.

Arranged alphabetically.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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II.1 40AAUP (American Association of University Professors) [RESTRICTED] 1970 December-1976 July

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II.1 41AAUP (American Association of University Professors)-Miscellaneous reports [RESTRICTED] ca. 1964-1972

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II.1 42Academic Freedom [RESTRICTED] 1973 October-1976 February

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II.1 43Adjuncts-NYSUT Higher Education Task Force [RESTRICTED] 1978 Winter

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II.1 44AFL-CIO (NYS) [RESTRICTED] 1973 August-1976 September

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II.2 1AFT (American Federation of Teachers) [RESTRICTED] 1968-1974

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II.2 2AFT (American Federation of Teachers) [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1976 September

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II.2 3AFT Benefits [RESTRICTED] 1972

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II.2 4AFT Conventions [RESTRICTED] 1973 June-1973 October

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II.2 5AFT Conventions [RESTRICTED] 1974-1976

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II.2 6Agreement (1974-1976) [RESTRICTED] 1974 June

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II.2 7Agreement-American Arbitration Association-Certificate of Results [RESTRICTED] 1977 March

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II.2 8Agreement Distribution [RESTRICTED] 1971 July-1978 June

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II.2 9Agreement Distribution-Improper Practice, Public Employement Relations Board [RESTRICTED] 1971 November-1972 March

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II.2 10Applicants' Resumes [RESTRICTED] 1971 November, 1972 June-1973 September, 1977-1978

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II.2 11Arbitrations [RESTRICTED] 1972 May-1977 June

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II.2 12Article XI-No Discrimination [RESTRICTED] 1973 September-1977 November

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II.2 13Article XV (later Article XI)-Leave (organizational) [RESTRICTED] 1972 July-1978 September

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II.2 14Article XIX-Salaries and Discretionary Monies [RESTRICTED] 1971 May-1972 December

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II.2 15Article XIX-Salaries and Discretionary Monies [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1974 August

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II.2 16Article 19 "Discipline" (Raymond Johnson, Stony Brook) [RESTRICTED] 1975 July-1975 October

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II.2 17Article XIX 1973 Impasse/Data used in Mediation/Fact Finding [RESTRICTED] 1973

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II.2 18Article XXXII-Personnel Files (access to) [RESTRICTED] 1971 October-1975 May

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II.2 19Articles XXXIII and XXXIV-Evaluation and Promotion of Professionals (NTP - Non-Teaching Professionals) [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1972 December

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II.2 20Articles XXXIII and XXXIV-Evaluation and Promotion of Professionals (NTP - Non-Teaching Professionals) [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1976 March

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II.2 21Articles 33 and 34-Evaluation and Promotion of Professionals [RESTRICTED] 1971-December 1972

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II.2 22Articles 33 and 34-Evaluation and Promotion of Professionals [RESTRICTED] 1973 February-1975 April

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II.2 23Article XXXIV-Promotion [RESTRICTED] 1970

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II.2 24Article XXXIV-Promotion [RESTRICTED] 1971 November-1972 December

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II.2 25Article XXXIV-Promotion [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1975 March

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II.2 26Article XXXVII-Retrenchment [RESTRICTED] 1972 May-1977 May

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II.2 27Baruch College (CUNY)-The National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education [RESTRICTED] 1973 February-1976 November

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II.3 1Bills (Legislative) [RESTRICTED] 1970-1971

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II.3 2Bills (Legislative) [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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II.3 3Bills (Legislative) [RESTRICTED] 1974

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II.3 4Bills (Legislative) [RESTRICTED] 1975

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II.3 5Board of Regents-NY State Education Department [RESTRICTED] 1971 February-1976 August

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II.3 6Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1971 December

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II.3 7Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1971 September-1971 December

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II.3 8Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1972 January-1972 December

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II.3 9Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1972 January-1972 June

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II.3 10Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1972 July-1972 December

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II.3 11Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1973 November

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II.3 12Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1973 June

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II.3 13Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1973 July-1973 December

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II.3 14Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Correspondence and Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1974 December

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II.3 15Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Correspondence and Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1975 December

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II.3 16Board of Trustees (SUNY)-Correspondence and Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1976 January-1976 September

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II.3 17SPA Budget (including Finance Committee and Budget Committee) [RESTRICTED] 1970 November-1975 September

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II.3 18UUP Budget (including Finance Committee) [RESTRICTED] 1974 February-1977 March

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II.3 19SPA Budgets (including Budget Committee) [RESTRICTED] 1971-1973

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II.3 20SUNY Budget [RESTRICTED] 1970 July, 1971 April-1971 December

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II.3 21SUNY Budget [RESTRICTED] 1972 January-1974 October

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II.3 22SUNY Budget [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1975 December

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II.3 23Budget Analyses (miscellaneous) [RESTRICTED] 1969-1972

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II.3 24Brochures for phone service and admin office space [RESTRICTED] 1975, 1977

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II.3 25Campus By-Laws [RESTRICTED] 1972 April-1972 October, 1976 May

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II.3 26Campus Schools [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1972 November, 1974 March-1976 February

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II.3 27Carey/Krupsak-NYS Gov./Lt. Gov. campaign endorsement [RESTRICTED] 1974 September-1975 March

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II.3 28Certificate Program in Teacher Education (CBTE) [RESTRICTED] 1973 September, 1974 November-1974 December

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II.3 29Certificate Program in Teacher Education (CBTE) [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1975 September

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II.4 1"Chairman's CAFÉ Response" (?) [regarding Dr. Leibowitz (grievance?)] [RESTRICTED] Undated

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II.4 2Coalition of American Public Employees (CAPE)/NEA [RESTRICTED] 1972 July-1975 April

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II.4 3Committees (Ad Hoc and Standing) and Caucuses [RESTRICTED] 1971 September-1977 June

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II.4 4Community Colleges [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1975 August

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II.4 5Constitution (and Constitutional Review Committee) [RESTRICTED] 1970 October-1975 December

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II.4 6Construction Fund (SUNY) [RESTRICTED] 1972 February-1972 July

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II.4 7Consultation with Chancellor (Article IX) [RESTRICTED] 1971 September-1975 December

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II.4 8Consumer Price Index [RESTRICTED] 1976 January-1976 July

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II.4 9CSEA (Civil Service Employees Association) [RESTRICTED] 1970 March, 1973 April-1973 October

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II.4 10CSEA (Civil Service Employees Association) [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1975 July

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II.4 11CUNY (City University of New York) [RESTRICTED] 1974 May, 1976 June

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II.4 12Deans' Advisory Committees [RESTRICTED] 1973 December

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II.4 13Delegate Assembly [RESTRICTED] 1973 April-1977 February

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II.4 14Dental Plan/Insurance [RESTRICTED] 1970 December-1975 July

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II.4 15Dual Employment [RESTRICTED] 1971 December-1973 October

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II.4 16Dues/Payroll Deductions [RESTRICTED] 1970 November-1972 December

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II.4 17Dues/Payroll Deductions [RESTRICTED] 1973 February-1977 September

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II.4 18Dues-Rebates (for chapters) [RESTRICTED] 1972 October-1975 January

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II.4 19Educational Communications, Office of [RESTRICTED] 1970 October, 1972 March

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II.4 20Education Records-Privacy Rights [RESTRICTED] 1976 July

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II.4 21Elections & Election Committee [RESTRICTED] 1972 May-1974 November

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II.4 22Elections & Election Committee [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1976 February, 1980 December-1981 January

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II.4 23Energy Crisis/Conservation [RESTRICTED] 1973 November-1974 March

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II.4 24EOCs (Educational Opportunity Centers) [RESTRICTED] 1974 April-1976 June

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II.4 25Equal Employment Opportunity [RESTRICTED] 1970 June-1975 July

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II.4 26Evaluation Program of Goals for Elementary, Secondary and Continuing Education (NYSUT committee) [RESTRICTED] 1973 April-1975 March

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II.4 27Faculty Senate-Committee Reports [RESTRICTED] 1973 October-1975 February

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II.4 28Faculty Senate-Correspondence and Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1974 February

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II.4 29Faculty Senate-Correspondence and Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] 1974 March-1975 April

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II.4 30Faculty Senate-Handbook and By-Laws (Buffalo Senate), and by-laws and constitution Professional Staff Senate [RESTRICTED] 1972-1974

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II.4 31Faculty Senate-Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1974 April

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II.4 32Freedom of Information Act [RESTRICTED] 1974 November-1975 September

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II.4 33Grievances-General [RESTRICTED] 1972 August-1973 November

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II.5 1Grievances-General [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1974 December

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II.5 2Grievances-General [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1977 August

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II.5 3Health [RESTRICTED] 1974 April-1975 December

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II.5 4Health Benefit Brochures (miscellaneous) [RESTRICTED] 1975-1979

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II.5 5Health Science Centers/Medical Caucus [RESTRICTED] 1971 April-1977 June

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II.5 6Higher Education, Governor's Task Force on [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1975 March

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II.5 7History [RESTRICTED] 1968 July-1969 November

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II.5 8History [RESTRICTED] 1970 January-1970 December

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II.5 9History [RESTRICTED] 1971 January-1971 November

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II.5 10History [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1973 September

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II.5 11History-Elections [RESTRICTED] 1970 June-1971 March

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II.5 12History-Miscellaneous/Undated [RESTRICTED] ca. 1970-1971

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II.5 13History-SPA Board of Incorporators meeting minutes [RESTRICTED] 1970 July

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II.5 14History-SPA Representative Council and Executive Board minutes; SUNY/United DA minutes [RESTRICTED] 1970 June-1973 May

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II.5 15Human Rights [RESTRICTED] 1971 August-1975 November

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II.5 16Insurance [RESTRICTED] 1971 November-1975 November

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II.5 17Job Security [RESTRICTED] 1973 August-1974 October, 1977 April

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II.5 18Labor-Management Meetings [RESTRICTED] 1977 April

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II.5 19Legislation [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1973 June

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II.5 20Legislation [RESTRICTED] 1973 July-1975 February

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II.5 21Legislation [RESTRICTED] 1975 March-1978 September

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II.5 22Librarians [RESTRICTED] 1969 October-1972 April

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II.5 23Librarians [RESTRICTED] 1972 May-1972 December, 1973 August-1975 November, 1977 May

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II.5 24Management/Confidential-AAUP [RESTRICTED] 1971 December-1975 May

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II.5 25Management/Confidential-E-0491 NYS Redesignation of Positions [RESTRICTED] 1978 August-1979 August

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II.5 26Management/Confidential-Unit original decision [RESTRICTED] 1968 September-1970 April

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II.5 27Management/Confidential-CSEA Hearings [RESTRICTED] 1972 February-1975 April

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II.5 28Management/Confidential [RESTRICTED] 1971 October-1972 December

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II.5 29Management/Confidential [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1975 March

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II.5 30Management/Confidential [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1975 June, 1978 July

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II.5 31Management/Confidential [RESTRICTED] 1972 May-1979 November

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II.6 1Maternity Leave [RESTRICTED] 1972 February-1974 December

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II.6 2Meetings (Chapter Presidents) [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1976 September

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II.6 3Membership [RESTRICTED] 1971 November-1974 April

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II.6 4Membership [RESTRICTED] 1974 September-1976 November

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II.6 5-6Merger-Membership List [RESTRICTED] Undated
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II.6 7Merit and Equity Monies [RESTRICTED] 1972 May-1975 September

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II.6 8Miscellaneous Arbitration and Grievance Cases [RESTRICTED] 1973-1975

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II.6 9Miscellaneous Arbitration Summaries [RESTRICTED] 1974-1975

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II.6 10National Association of Professional Educators (NAPE) National Convention Reports [RESTRICTED] 1973 September, 1974 September

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II.6 11National Coalition for Teacher Unity newsletter [RESTRICTED] 1973 February-1973 October

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II.6 12NEA Conventions [RESTRICTED] 1972 December-1976 June

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II.6 13NEA National Association of College and University Administrators (CUA) [RESTRICTED] 1972 July-1973 January

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II.6 14NEA-DuShane Emergency Fund (legal defense fund) [RESTRICTED] 1972 July-1974 April

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II.6 15NEA-General [RESTRICTED] 1974 October-1976 July

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II.6 16National Education Association Info [RESTRICTED] 1975 June

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II.6 17NEA-Special Services [RESTRICTED] 1971 November-1975 July

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II.6 18Negotiations [RESTRICTED] 1975 October-1977 August

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II.6 19Negotiations Bulletins, President's Log bulletin [RESTRICTED] 1976 July-1976 September

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II.6 20Negotiations Committee [RESTRICTED] 1971 February, 1973 December, 1975 April-1977 June

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II.6 21New Contract-Art. 33 Evaluation/Governance [RESTRICTED] 1973 February-1974 December

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II.6 22New Contract-Art. 33 Evaluation/Governance [RESTRICTED] 1974 December-1975 April

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II.6 23News Releases [RESTRICTED] 1970-1972, ca. 1973-1975

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II.6 24News Releases [RESTRICTED] 1973 February-1976 May

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II.6 25NTP (Non-Teaching Professionals)/CSEA Bargaining Unit split attempt [RESTRICTED] 1973 July-1976 June

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II.6 26NYSUT-General [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1977 January

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II.6 27Office, Administrative (Miscellaneous) [RESTRICTED] 1974 August-1976 January

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II.6 28Officers (Statewide and Chapters) [RESTRICTED] 1970 September-1970 November, 1972 May-1972 October, 1973 April-1973 June

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II.6 29Officers (Statewide and Chapters) and Executive Board [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1977 July

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II.6 30Patent Waiver Grievance [RESTRICTED] 1976 August

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II.6 31Parking [RESTRICTED] 1972 August-1975 December

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II.6 32Personnel & Policies, Carpenter-Encinio [RESTRICTED] 1971-1976

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II.6 33Personnel & Policies, Farina-Purcell [RESTRICTED] 1971-1976

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II.7 1Personnel & Policies, Suarez-Ziman [RESTRICTED] 1971-1976

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II.7 2Presidential Speeches-DeLucia and Wakshull [RESTRICTED] Undated, 1975 February, 1976 February-1977 January

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II.7 3Resolutions [RESTRICTED] 1976 June-1977 November

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II.7 4Retirement [RESTRICTED] 1969-1974

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II.7 5Retirement [RESTRICTED] 1973

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II.7 6Retirement [RESTRICTED] 1974

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II.7 7Retirement [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1977 September

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II.7 8Retirement [RESTRICTED] 1977 January

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II.7 9SPA Legal [RESTRICTED] 1969 October-1973 July

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II.7 10SPA [UUP] Legal [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1975 September

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II.7 11SUNY Librarians [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1973 December

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II.7 12SUNY Librarians [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1975 October

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II.7 13SPASO-Senate Professional Association Staff Organization [RESTRICTED] 1972 May-1972 December, 1974 February

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II.7 14Speeches [RESTRICTED] 1973 November-1975 March

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II.7 15State University Day [RESTRICTED] 1973 September-1973 October

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II.7 16Student Association of SUNY (SASU)/Graduate Student Employees Union (GSEU) [RESTRICTED] 1973 July-1974 December

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II.7 17Student Association of SUNY (SASU)/Graduate Student Employees Union (GSEU) [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1977 March

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II.7 18Taylor Law [RESTRICTED] 1972-1974

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II.7 19Teacher Contract Analysis (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] 1972-1973

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II.7 20Telegrams [RESTRICTED] 1971 February-1971 November, 1973 May-1975 February

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II.7 21Tenure-Due Process [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1972 November

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II.7 22Tenure-Due Process [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1975 October, 1976 March, 1977 November, 1978 March

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II.7 23Term and Temporary Appointments [RESTRICTED] 1971 October-1975 November

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II.7 24Terminations/Retrenchment [RESTRICTED] 1971 September-1972 March, 1973 August, 1975 March, 1975 October

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II.7 25Travel [RESTRICTED] 1971 October-1975 December

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II.7 26Tuition Waivers-SUNY [RESTRICTED] 1971 January-1975 May

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II.7 27Unemployment Insurance [RESTRICTED] 1971 March-1974 February

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II.7 28UniServ-Unified Staff Service Program (NEA-related) [RESTRICTED] 1970 May-1972 June

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II.7 29Unit Update newsletter [RESTRICTED] 1972 September-1973 November
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II.7 30Wage-Price Freeze [RESTRICTED] 1971 September-1971 December

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II.7 31Wage-Price Freeze [RESTRICTED] 1972 January-1975 November

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II.8 1Women's Rights [RESTRICTED] 1971 May-1973 June

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II.8 2Women's Rights [RESTRICTED] 1973 July-1974 November

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II.8 3Women's Rights [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1976 April
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Correspondence, third-party reports, and conference and meeting materials make up the bulk of this series. Although a prior processing effort identified this series as SPA-SUFT files and the title has been retained, with the exception of two folders in the series specifically related to SUFT, the connection to SUFT of the materials in the other folders is unclear. Many of the materials post-date the merger of SUFT into UUP and numerous pieces of SPA correspondence, board minutes, and other SPA-related materials are also included. This series includes information relating to articles in UUP's negotiated contract related to health science centers and clinical practice concerns, and materials related to NYSUT meetings and activities. Unique to this series are the materials relating to collective bargaining in education in various states. Folders identified by state names contain correspondence between SPA and/or UUP and collective bargaining agents in other states (often other NEA affiliates), requests for information on SPA/UUP's collective bargaining experiences, and newsletters and other publications created by other educational bargaining agents.

Arranged alphabetically.

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II.8 4Alabama [RESTRICTED] [1971?]

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II.8 5Articles 20-38-Health Science Centers/Clinical Practice [RESTRICTED] 1971 July-1975 March

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II.8 6Article 20-Health Science Centers [RESTRICTED] 1970 December-1973 June

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II.8 7Article 20-Health Science Centers [RESTRICTED] 1973 June-1975 March

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II.8 8California [RESTRICTED] 1973 October-1975 May

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II.8 9Casenovia College [RESTRICTED] 1974 September

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II.8 10Certification Program in Teacher Education (CBTE)-General Info [RESTRICTED] 1973 September-1974 December

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II.8 11Certification Program in Teacher Education (CBTE)-General Info [RESTRICTED] 1975 January-1975 October

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II.8 12Colorado [RESTRICTED] 1973 March-1974 November

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II.8 13Cornell University [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1975 September

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II.8 14District 31 (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] 1971 September-1972 December

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II.8 15District 31 (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1973 March

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II.8 16District 38 (NYSUT Conventions) [RESTRICTED] 1973 October-1977 March

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II.8 17Executive Board (SPA & UUP) Meetings, including minutes [RESTRICTED] 1970 October-1976 January

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II.8 18Florida [RESTRICTED] 1974 April-1975 February

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II.8 19Hawaii [RESTRICTED] 1971 October-1972 August, 1976 September

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II.8 20Illinois [RESTRICTED] 1970 Winter-1978 April

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II.8 21Iowa Higher Ed Association [RESTRICTED] 1972 February-1973 April

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II.8 22Kansas [RESTRICTED] 1974 November-1975 April

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II.8 23Maine [RESTRICTED] ca. March 1971

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II.8 24Massachusetts Teachers Association [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1975 February

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II.8 25Michigan [RESTRICTED] 1971 February-1971 December

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II.8 26Minnesota [RESTRICTED] 1971 October-1973 April

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II.8 27New Hampshire [RESTRICTED] 1974 July-1974 October

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II.8 28New Jersey [RESTRICTED] 1971 February

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II.8 29NYSTA (New York State Teachers Association) contracts [RESTRICTED] 1971

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II.8 30NYSUT-Higher Education [RESTRICTED] 1973 January-1974 March

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II.8 31NYSUT Hotline newsletter [RESTRICTED] 1974 January-1975 January

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II.8 32NYSUT-Legislation [RESTRICTED] 1972 March-1975 March

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II.8 33NYSUT-Vote/Cope [RESTRICTED] 1972 January-1975 February

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II.8 34Ohio [RESTRICTED] 1971 September-1971 October, 1973 March

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II.8 35Pennsylvania [RESTRICTED] 1970 October-1976 June

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II.8 36PERB [RESTRICTED] 1973 November-1976 June

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II.8 37Professional Staff Congress/CUNY [RESTRICTED] 1972 June-1975 December

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II.8 38Professional Staff Congress/CUNY-Fact Finders Report [RESTRICTED] 1973 May 17

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II.8 39Rhode Island [RESTRICTED] 1971 April-1971 November, 1974 December

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II.8 40SUFT-General Info [RESTRICTED] 1970 Fall-1972 May

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II.8 41SUFT-Dues Lists and Correspondence [RESTRICTED] 1973-1975

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II.8 42United Federation of Teachers [RESTRICTED] 1974 May-1974 June
Quantity: 0.10 cubic ft.

Incomplete sets of newsletters of the State University Federation of Teachers (S.U.F.T. News) and the Senate Professional Association (SPA Bulletin, SPA Spokesman, and For Your Information). The earlier newsletters concentrate on issues regarding negotiations with the state, while in its last year the SPA Spokesman became a more general newsletter covering activities such as improper practice filings and committee work. For Your Information was a newsletter for SPA (and later SUNY/United) leadership and similarly covered a broad variety of subjects, including negotiations, improper practice filings, upcoming Delegate Assemblies, and the election of chapter and statewide leaders.

Arranged chronologically.

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II.8 43For Your Information (newsletter for SPA leadership)1972 September-1973 October

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II.8 44SPA Bulletin1973 September

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II.8 45SPA Spokesman1971 October

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II.8 46SPA Spokesman1972 January-1972 March

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II.8 47SPA Spokesman, Vol. II, nos. 1-3, 5-101972 September-1973 April

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II.8 48S.U.F.T. News1970 November-1971 January
Quantity: 35.20 cubic ft.

Arranged in five series.

Quantity: 7.53 cubic ft.

Primarily outgoing letters and memoranda, along with occasional reports of the President, minutes of Executive Board meetings, and reports on higher education. The most incoming correspondence is included in the files covering the Drescher and Reilly administrations (1984-1993). Infrequently an outgoing letter includes a notation that the incoming letter being responded to is filed under the correspondent's name in the alphabetical files. These files are included in Subgroup IV, Office of the Secretary, Series 5.

This series covers part of the Drescher administration, all of the Reilly administration, and part of the Scheuerman administration (with future additions anticipated for the Scheuerman years). There are no official chronological files available for the DeLucia or Wakshull administrations, although two folders containing chronological correspondence for the last year of Lawrence DeLucia's administration were found in the working files of one of UUP's first Executive Directors and included in this series.

The primary author is UUP's President. Correspondents include UUP's Executive Board, statewide officers, chapter presidents, committee chairpersons and committee members, individual members of UUP, AFT and NYSUT representatives, the trustees of SUNY, the governor and legislators of New York State, the Governor's Office of Employee Relations, and representatives of other labor unions. Topics covered in this series include interactions with the State University and State/UUP Joint Labor/Management Committees; grievances including the allocation of legal defense funds; chapter relations including correspondence with chapter presidents as a group and individually regarding specific campus concerns or invitations to attend chapter events; committee appointments; responses to members who have voiced a complaint or opinion on UUP and its activities; thank you letters to members for forwarded copies of articles and books and for their participation in activities such as lobbying days and phone banks; congratulatory letters to elected officers, appointed committee members, and winners of honors from SUNY or within their profession; letters to newspaper editors on SUNY budget issues; and letters expressing solidarity (and sometimes monetary support) to other labor groups in their relations with management. Other topics include negotiations, election endorsements, retirement benefits concerns, and correspondence with AFT and NYSUT. The SUNY budget and retrenchment are recurring topics particularly in the Scheuerman files. Personnel matters for the UUP executive office and inquiries and complaints on member benefits are also occasionally dealt with. There is a small amount of correspondence relating to President Reilly's position as a Professor of English at SUNY Albany and his specific research interest in African-American authors included in his chronological files.

The materials are in reverse chronological order by either date sent or received. There is some overlap between the chronological files during the change over of presidential administrations, as well as between some files particularly in the 1988-90 period. Indexes to the correspondence were part of the Drescher and Reilly files, and appear to be in the order materials were added to the file, rather than chronological order. The indexes provides the date, sender and recipient (both often identified by initials only) and a brief description of the subject matter. There is no index for September 3, 1991 to January 31, 1992, and from February 1993 on.

Arranged chronologically.

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III.1.1 0ADeLucia [RESTRICTED] 1974 May-1974 November

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III.1.1 0BDeLucia [RESTRICTED] 1974 December-1975 April

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III.1.1 1Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 October-1984 November
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III.1.1 2Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 August 25-1984 October 15

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III.1.1 3Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 October 16-1984 November 08

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III.1.1 4Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 November 13-1984 November 19

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III.1.1 5Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 November 20-1984 November 30

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III.1.1 6Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 December-1985 January
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III.1.1 7Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 December 04-1984 December 13

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III.1.1 8Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1984 December 17-1984 December 28

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III.1.1 9Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 January 02-1985 January 16

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III.1.1 10Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 January 17-1985 January 31

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III.1.1 11Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 February-1985 March 08
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III.1.1 12Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 February 01-1985 February 19

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III.1.1 13Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 February 20-1985 February 22

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III.1.1 14Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 February 25-1985 March 01

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III.1.1 15Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 March 04-1985 March 08

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III.1.1 16Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 March 11-1985 April 18
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III.1.1 17Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 March 11-1985 March 26

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III.1.1 18Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 April 01-1985 April 10

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III.1.1 19Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 April 11-1985 April 18

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III.1.1 20Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 April 22-1985 June 10
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III.1.1 21Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 April 22-1985 May 07

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III.1.1 22Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 May 08-1985 May 30

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III.1.1 23Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 May 31-1985 June 10

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III.1.1 24Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 June 12-1985 August 05
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III.1.1 25Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 June 12-1985 July 02

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III.1.1 26Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 July 03-1985 August 05

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III.1.1 27Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 August 05-1985 September 27
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III.1.1 28Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 August 05-1985 August 27

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III.1.1 29Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 August 30-1985 September 11

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III.1.2 0Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 September 11-1985 September 27

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III.1.2 1Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 October 02-1985 November 22
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III.1.2 2Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 October 02-1985 October 21

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III.1.2 3Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 October 22-1985 November 08

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III.1.2 4Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 November 12-1985 November 22

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III.1.2 5Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 November 25-1986 January 23
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III.1.2 6Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 November 25-1985 December 09

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III.1.2 7Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1985 December 10-1985 December 30

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III.1.2 8Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 January 02-1986 January 20

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III.1.2 9Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 January 21-1986 January 23

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III.1.2 10Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 January 27-1986 March 31
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III.1.2 11Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 January 27-1986 February 11

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III.1.2 12Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 February 12-1986 March 11

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III.1.2 13Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 March 12-1986 March 31

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III.1.2 14Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 April 01-1986 June 04
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III.1.2 15Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 April 01-1986 May 12

1e6047dd9dfbc5a726db32b6f241319c

III.1.2 16Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 May 13-1986 May 23

33c1402d6aa446bc513a3f47ec198e58

III.1.2 17Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 June 02-1986 June 04

74f49ba728acecb9b8050533182e2a91

III.1.2 18Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 June 05-1986 July 21
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19730153e9a687812f5885c9ce89058b

III.1.2 19Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 June 05-1986 June 10

6764271df061a46d122dc255d53617f7

III.1.2 20Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 June 12-1986 June 23

543d579aea474b34e4435a752ccb7487

III.1.2 21Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 June 24-1986 July 21

1937721aa3000cf097a44fe39d108df7

III.1.2 22Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 July 22-1986 September 22
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Index.

6606fc6103cd593b3a80cf4850fcd383

III.1.2 23Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 July 22-1986 August 14

dbb56221752fd39ba4b4b82194cde963

III.1.2 24Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 August 15-1986 September 17

9ad91ebe4e19754b5b4c25e80b1a412b

III.1.2 25Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 September 18-1986 September 22

4af094c872ed2215efe0a3aa99042740

III.1.2 26Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 September 22-1986 October 31
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Index.

9eaf545eac0b6cb9039fecfd5df8de6f

III.1.2 27Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 September 22-1986 October 21

eb7ce745ad4d8793f16cbec91682e860

III.1.2 28Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 October 22-1986 October 24

b3dbb97f0d94f1cc4997d0fda80311fa

III.1.2 29Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 October 27-1986 October 31

18f5c86d7ebdcfa2fcafe372aac8db20

III.1.2 30Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 October 14, 1986 November 03-1987 January 16
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Index.

5742e62e1aa09e75e44fa5bf0df8de38

III.1.2 31Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 October 14, 1986 November 03-1986 December 03

867c2aeac634701b2baee191d7855f9c

III.1.3 1Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 December 04-1986 December 23

b5b287bc0cb570aae2d338d6b857b118

III.1.3 2Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 December 27-1987 January 16

37d6c711513b2e6bb94107a6aa09d1fb

III.1.3 3Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 November 03, 1987 January 21-1987 April 23
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Index.

cd281b9eb98494416e3cb23244921081

III.1.3 4Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1986 November 03, 1987 January 21-1987 February 12

7337e612cf39b51e4b98f7fcb6e562d8

III.1.3 5Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1987 February 13-1987 March 12

b966173623296411db91a2e0b67f1438

III.1.3 6Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1987 March 13-1987 April 23

46d922588e0b17b573f486a5f1cb1116

III.1.3 7Drescher/Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 April 23-1987 June 29
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Index.

658c7e19528dabb99945aa3fac5e7ceb

III.1.3 8Drescher [RESTRICTED] 1987 April 23-1987 May 29

b465334be8c3e5f2027103c59281a170

III.1.3 9Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 June 01-1987 June 19

1996628485d0b162d93a413f8ee1576b

III.1.3 10Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 June 22-1987 June 29

88d4d544e583262e3b579f67572d3454

III.1.3 11Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 June 03, 1987 June 12, 1987 June 30-1987 July 30
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Index.

1f7d8851ef3a4007b594de47944e62d7

III.1.3 12Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 June 03, 1987 June 12, 1987 June 30-1987 July 15

9d0af71dbd5f4c558b77833a82cb0ace

III.1.3 13Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 July 15-1987 July 30

4b071d3e8192023bae213c129ea59284

III.1.3 14Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 August 03-1987 August 31
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Index.

c6051a8ebda24250eb7397096cf8e04d

III.1.3 15Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 August 03-1987 August 12

079a55e3a45c817a92c0514f1ab85799

III.1.3 16Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 August 12-1987 August 19

8d36e9c7b0c224ae20542a66d5e0a807

III.1.3 17Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 August 20-1987 August 31

8eb0847d49d3d12fa5077f807b72dd8c

III.1.3 18Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 September 01-1987 September 30
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Index.

c031f5e3225c9f8f42056977525310dc

III.1.3 19Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 September 01-1987 September 14

17364aa6d6c4fa1c3a9c935c5be6f0dc

III.1.3 20Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 September 15-1987 September 30

afc6510ce6f6518af84ae99064901bc2

III.1.3 21Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 October 01-1987 November 30
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Index.

9c94523c925981c8d929d75fcaf50c73

III.1.3 22Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 October 01-1987 November 03

0568f958fca8af195fcfe5b596feb59a

III.1.3 23Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 November 04-1987 November 17

172b5ab76ccd4874a3ab7ee4abdaabe6

III.1.3 24Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 November 20-1987 November 30

f2a59810c1f791880030180b97c393fa

III.1.3 25Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 December 01-1988 January 29
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Index.

ee5f19aaf43bbae7fdddb4996db1d028

III.1.3 26Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 December 01-1987 December 17

281c090991090ee1f70f184d0a4dfcb9

III.1.3 27Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1987 December 18-1988 January 19

9ad12d7c25f456737c5eefeafd0cf2c4

III.1.3 28Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 January 21-1988 January 29

dd9065a7cb636e9c1cca6ac6997f2a95

III.1.3 29Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 February 01-1988 March 16
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Index.

9f9a1133fa37abac131a481ed75cf3fb

III.1.3 30Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 February 01-1988 February 22

9b0f35b53356f44df6eff0b5904db5e6

III.1.3 31Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 February 23-1988 March 07

17cda932e26463b52d796938589b7e7b

III.1.3 32Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 March 08-1988 March 16

c0f90bbefb929b480387f810ad012f22

III.1.3 33Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 March 17-1988 April 29
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Index.

4f56b769762ae62a3d50451520e52e28

III.1.3 34Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 March 17-1988 March 31

526a242a16b0a8bf97e5f7b81b674c68

III.1.4 1Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 April 04-1988 April 20

4c9083c28f5703066fdadb6370e9301e

III.1.4 2Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 April 21-1988 April 29

259c58b4f21b132525ae71254011345c

III.1.4 3Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 May 02-1988 June 30
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Index.

915b17b1e9e059955f3e5afec1bde913

III.1.4 4Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 May 02-1988 May 31

d1725872edf14118e740f763c4173714

III.1.4 5Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 June 01-1988 June 15

5c49baddda1e0ee7601ad43a698c765d

III.1.4 6Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 June 16-1988 June 30

23c021ebeb04e963f1911a41c81209ff

III.1.4 7Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 July 01-1988 August 29
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Index.

0c706cda7153c9f295c7006e540fb6df

III.1.4 8Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 July 01-1988 July 29

0960ee276d870e0ead31f86e92eb22f9

III.1.4 9Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 August 01-1988 August 22

9829497fa18079966de3e3582649e24e

III.1.4 10Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 August 24-1988 August 29

92b768a09ae42c6e78df598df1f7e82d

III.1.4 11Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 September 01-1988 October 31
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Index.

c6ddf9083b9101ade827e9686f7f3086

III.1.4 12Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 September 01-1988 September 28

e1a22f7a2196dae5f1cded283090fede

III.1.4 13Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 September 29-1988 October 20

89adf27ea9eec006efd0692a9d5ed448

III.1.4 14Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 October 21-1988 October 31

77ebefd2cada4e4c65c61dc4ffa8b221

III.1.4 15Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 November 01-1988 December 22
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Index.

0d29198664d98f194383e3a4fbc72234

III.1.4 16Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 November 01-1988 November 28

82b0917de7548ff917fcf0e3108ac772

III.1.4 17Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1988 November 29-1988 December 22

068d38821457bddb3824c7f7ca0d33ea

III.1.4 18Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 January 04-1989 March 25
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Index.

2aff6e356f1a9bfdaceda01583b1a4d3

III.1.4 19Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 January 04-1989 January 26

e983860a5501cf80703249438ec1ce9c

III.1.4 20Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 January 27-1989 March 05

6a9d2a557bb6020a7f614155fc5b8003

III.1.4 21Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 March 06-1989 March 23

28c334c6a389c501e917f6ef47f7bebd

III.1.4 22Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 March 27-1989 May 17
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Index.

4acdb3b9f99352da1f9735f7b739cd77

III.1.4 23Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 March 27-1989 April 17

1bf67245722476d5977490ca01e8cece

III.1.4 24Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 April 17-1989 May 01

82c966b8658c1e777287b50f2d9c0e98

III.1.4 25Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 May 02-1989 May 17

49da41ad9a8047a19cbb452966b9030c

III.1.4 26Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 March 27, 1989 May 04-1989 July 05
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Index.

227cc35e3eacf5d41b41b4294b909416

III.1.4 27Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 March 27, 1989 May 04-1989 May 30

37a613d41a4e9daa680a5e0eb2e55dbc

III.1.4 28Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 June 01-1989 June 19

85877753497695e64c353998223ce22d

III.1.4 29Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 June 21-1989 July 05

5a8f4fd774c6251e5c882b91868f6010

III.1.4 30Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 July 06-1989 October 13
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Index.

0773708a5814a83e17ab17810429fd4a

III.1.4 31Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 July 06-1989 August 08

a6dcc60a055fa06af8120a247b5e4811

III.1.4 32Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 August 09-1989 August 25

5ea714b5eab2cd04544410e213adc4d3

III.1.5 1Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 August 28-1989 October 13

059fe25e02fd652a5302db86bc0b5364

III.1.5 2Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 September 22-1989 September 28, 1989 October 13-1989 December 19
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Index.

ffc654d7cad60c9ceacf0cd24e54fe12

III.1.5 3Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 September 22-1989 October 25

52708f0878f44927128c4a5090fbbbf5

III.1.5 4Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 October 26-1989 November 30

f60fe6bc142208623fc8382f922c18d8

III.1.5 5Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 December 01-1989 December 19

a2ac760e8ec121945d852fce9fa7c32d

III.1.5 6Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 December 06-1990 March 19
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Index.

50ee1736c0034c1700f329b8171fbb17

III.1.5 7Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1989 December 06-1990 January 18

639923782145488b95c19257fb266c7c

III.1.5 8Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 January 19-1990 February 20

148ea12f8d6fd985edaea808f109f06d

III.1.5 9Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 February 21-1990 March 19

a131687eb97b366b5c54ba9dbae945f1

III.1.5 10Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 March 08-1990 July 12
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Index.

04c17c33f164b6dcbbadc20d43d84a1a

III.1.5 11Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 March 08-1990 April 09

8e85f13738bd7c71ad90aebb941b5be4

III.1.5 12Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 April 10-1990 June 04

87b22c35b82f6b1d2e6c2b5cdf19b537

III.1.5 13Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 June 05-1990 July 12

4273f6be6ad5626d7f7f1332c7b07930

III.1.5 14Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 July 12-1990 October 01
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Index.

8b061254ac1548f8cd7c7e9079961b2e

III.1.5 15Reilly [RESTRICTED] 0581 July-1990 August 06

bee36e070c07c456d610225414db76bf

III.1.5 16Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 August 07-1990 September 07

3fa64f529f369b4aef69d1684e05d39d

III.1.5 17Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 September 10-1990 October 01

7f7762db29c3b3c077f861ec4d3d2e91

III.1.5 18Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 October 03-1991 February 22
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Index.

0567d8d71e464e98ac6de7f35f65fa32

III.1.5 19Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 October 03-1990 December 04

edeb52ca8d2cf659de536fad44feb950

III.1.5 20Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1990 December 05-1991 February 22

a2539c10cf963ecb48052e02a7907720

III.1.5 21Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1991 February 26-1991 August 30
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Index.

3029189dac57569afd1a2788a2aea9c0

III.1.5 22Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1991 February 26-1991 April 18

77e0a485f8f6ee140aab365972542bce

III.1.5 23Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1991 April 19-1991 June 11

12e7d13971e80dd31a216b28908556b7

III.1.5 24Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1991 June 19-1991 August 30

56bbe9fff09a1256d68246c541d8102b

III.1.5 25Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1991 September 03-1991 October 22

be3810c90f9959c8f23d51583b80c985

III.1.5 26Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1991 October 23-1991 December 31

8b9b1aa1bb2653bfb37d61af89660284

III.1.5 27Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 January 06-1992 January 31

6652237b0e527987e45868e6de2d18b6

III.1.5 28Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 February 03-1992 May 21
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Index.

cd79ef87662e563482b939838b99379c

III.1.5 29Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 February 03-1992 March 17

79937bdc88abbf4289e503d4374169d9

III.1.5 30Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 March 18-1992 April 28

3856f89e3ebaaada66d735464b51c135

III.1.6 1Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 May 05-1992 May 21

87778a8dbbda12efad42590184704312

III.1.6 2Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 May 26-1992 September 30
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Index.

2fb3a2e2806c7ebdd59d20e1190c6787

III.1.6 3Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 May 26-1992 July 21

99db0a2588de9aac1333f4efab411d54

III.1.6 4Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 July 22-1992 September 30

0fd9cf1e2ffd593e0058f235640d63c1

III.1.6 5Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 October 01-1993 January 29
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Index.

2f44f738766dc4ed141dff4e827259ca

III.1.6 6Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 October 01-1992 November 12

e2b82de03c2b9e1ac7c8b1f00d4f47d3

III.1.6 7Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1992 November 13-1992 December 22

5e96a8d0c30d7292e91fb92e46c7c093

III.1.6 8Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1993 January 05-1993 January 29

a74a109cb942ba6b02b38b9e9e2b56a9

III.1.7 1Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1993 February 01-1993 March 18

6520d3e814f494c3e0014083289c97e3

III.1.7 2Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1993 March 19-1993 April 20

2ae4a67f3d124438d8701e63373e8a48

III.1.7 3Reilly [RESTRICTED] 1993 April 21-1993 May 31

93bfa7ef170a802d094262b9b1504b53

III.1.8 1Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1993 March-1993 June

ee9f200d4d0f5957b30fbcb253b1db87

III.1.8 2Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1993 July-1993 August

58976e990efafdc87bf60f54ce9391e3

III.1.8 3Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1993 September-1993 December 07

6fcce490a1546c3867262438823e6ec8

III.1.8 4Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1993 December 08-1994 February 09

5c8df8f68168d077f0c05db4f9b1835a

III.1.8 5Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1994 February 10-1994 March

2186e94d44757f976a63fe4845814c6e

III.1.8 6Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1994 April-1994 May

ce19fa2f13ee515d5c117cc6dfbf9e61

III.1.8 7Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1994 June-1994 July 14

f56fbd9d3f70b936a8a0d95ce3e629cb

III.1.8 8Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1994 July 15-1994 September 15

59449fc0df410a9ef72673fcf9ed0a6a

III.1.8 9Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1994 September 16-1994 October 20

5b96c9c0c9859986738e8618b3116f02

III.1.8 10Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1994 October 24-1994 December

64a95d9ca2712cb95b5088ce67475cbd

III.1.8 11Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1995 January-1995 February 14

1d6b1bb140bc1d6d0f128b0b8ccaf5c7

III.1.8 12Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1995 February 17-1995 March

322a41035466be9d614390ada2b68943

III.1.8 13Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1995 April 10-1995 May 18

ec14794b0d89eb91dad17884d3989ada

III.1.8 14Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1995 May 22-1995 June

bcc467b6044227c70e8b8d0f54a69c5f

III.1.8 15Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1995 July-1995 September

19486faf3b551a5d0e9a84ef1a9d7e60

III.1.8 16Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1995 October-1995 November

5f8a0adeeb82512153564809a6f891f1

III.1.8 17Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1995 December-1996 January

37666358c20dd2635dcf2e109c328c20

III.1.8 18Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1996 February-1996 March

d88be80cefaaf08c791abd5bc9297755

III.1.9 1Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1996 April-1996 July 15

b0de555126e9f562583b524d66dc84c6

III.1.9 2Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1996 July 16-1996 October 11

659b731a98f9e6b349fa233c04914f1b

III.1.9 3Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1996 October 16-1996 December

77409a65cfc6d0e234da1522a4455d08

III.1.9 4Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1997 January-1997 February

db04bc8078660b56d607642fe721f7fd

III.1.9 5Scheuerman [RESTRICTED] 1997 March-1997 April
Quantity: 1.0 cubic ft.

E-mail messages broadcast to chapters, chapters presidents, executive board members, and labor relations specialists keeping them informed about UUP position on and/or handling of various issues such as the SUNY budget, negotiations, activities of the SUNY Board of Trustees, and legislative developments. Messages also discuss chapter election results and upcoming meetings and workshops (both substantive and logistical aspects); forward AFT updates; and provide summaries of press reports of interest ("UUPdate") and information regarding upcoming Delegate Assemblies.

UUP's President Tim Reilly was the primary sender of these messages, although the series also includes messages broadcast by other officers, committee chairpersons (primarily Janet Potter, chairperson of the Legislation Committee), and by various chapter representatives. Although primarily consisting of group messages, this series also includes some individual messages that deal with specific issues of concern to just one individual or chapter. For the most part, both the sender and recipient group(s) are clearly identified on the messages, however, for some of the messages recipient information is not included and the sender is sometimes only identified by his or her e-mail address (consisting only of the sender's initials) rather than a full name.

Arranged chronologically.

BoxFolderContentsDate

655aefb58d18c5c67ac5469bdc52dcc3

III.2.1 1Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1990 April-1990 May

536db0a702ab871ab3df122f9f426b8b

III.2.1 2Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1990 December-1991 March

14b3113e1d3267aa84da1f19f69b32dc

III.2.1 3Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1991 April-1991 August

311992a64fbc0bcf275b03a84b5fb64a

III.2.1 4Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1991 September-1992 January

9c8231c12a74aeddffb14c171574bccc

III.2.1 5Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1992 February-1992 April

19110aab2206e8f79f84c70b615f71fc

III.2.1 6Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1992 May-1992 September

987ad62c63561a118427b3e52c5a6e14

III.2.1 7Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1992 October-1993 January

434941e6ae7dab1199b085a1c468a873

III.2.1 8Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1993 February-1993 March

6267aab6922e7516b486fe494715dfe6

III.2.1 9Electronic Mail [RESTRICTED] 1993 April-1993 May
Quantity: 7.0 cubic ft.

The bulk of the records in this series were created during the presidency of Samuel Wakshull (May 1975-May 1981) and were either originally or during a previous processing effort divided into two subseries, Subject Files and Administrative Files. For the most part there is no overlap in the subjects covered by the records in these two subseries. While misfiles were frequently discovered and corrected during processing; no systematic effort was made to locate and correct all misfiles. Additional subject files covering some of the years of the Wakshull's administration are located in Series 2 and 3 of Subgroup II, UUP Predecessors and Early UUP Years, and Series 6 of Subgroup IV Office of the Secretary.

Arranged in two subseries.

Quantity: 5.33 cubic ft.

Primarily correspondence from UUP's President relating to various subjects and issues of concern to UUP members, and with SUNY management and SUNY's Chancellor. Included much less frequently are articles, third-party reports and publications, brochures, court and arbitrator decisions, financial statements, and other materials supplementing the topics being addressed in the correspondence. This subseries includes a substantial amount of information regarding the challenge to UUP's position as collective bargaining agent on the SUNY campuses by the NEA/NYEA in the mid-1970s, as well as on the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) which was also an active challenger to UUP during the NEA/NYEA challenge period. In addition, this subseries contains correspondence relating to the first few years that the agency fee law was in place.

Correspondence is often filed under the name of the individual to whom it was addressed, including various individuals working at SUNY Central Administration, at the Chancellor's office, and at the Governor's Office of Employee Relations. However, correspondence from these representatives, as well as those of NYSUT, are also found in the relevant subject files. In addition, materials related to NYSUT committees, projects, and personnel are filed under the general NYSUT headings or under project, individual, or committee names. Materials related to committees are often filed under the "Committees" heading as well as under the subject name itself (such as "Grievances"). The files in this subseries were initially identified during an earlier processing effort. During the course of processing the rest of the collection, additional files were found dealing solely with the Wakshull years and were incorporated into this subseries. They are identified by an * in front of the folder title.

Arranged alphabetically.

BoxFolderContentsDate

274cd0a22f2809ca39dc330fb5b0eb2a

III.3.1 1AAUP (American Association of University Professors) [RESTRICTED] April 1975-December 1977

d6e4db4749eb2ab0834f557ce5a75740

III.3.1 2AAUP (American Association of University Professors) [RESTRICTED] January 1978-October 1978

e77f2a6800c9ed343e1bd3eda2c50da9

III.3.1 3Advertising Campaign-Student Recruitment Committee [RESTRICTED] February-March 1980

d615f0322e719f97b0520e5e18a2ea07

III.3.1 4*Affiliation-SPA/NYSTA/NEA [RESTRICTED] 1971-1976

abffec1e74719fbb492c39f6fc5cac5f

III.3.1 5AFL-CIO (local, state, and national) [RESTRICTED] September 1975-June 1980

872cb91f6b709acc9bf42cef45c15d4e

III.3.1 6-7AFT [RESTRICTED] 1976-1981
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2 folders

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III.3.1 8Agency Fee Refunds [RESTRICTED] August 1977-October 1977

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III.3.1 9Agency Fee Refunds [RESTRICTED] November 1977-February 1981

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III.3.1 10Ambach, Gordon (SUNY, Office of the President of the University and Commissioner of Education)-Regents Conference [RESTRICTED] September 1977-January 1978

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III.3.1 11*Anderson, Tony-Director of Organizing [RESTRICTED] December 1977-December 1978

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III.3.1 12Arbitrations [RESTRICTED] May 1975-March 1977

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III.3.1 13Arbitrations [RESTRICTED] May 1977-October 1979

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III.3.1 14Ashe, Bernard (NYSUT General Counsel) [RESTRICTED] October 1975-October 1979

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III.3.1 15Ashe, Bernard (NYSUT General Counsel), re: Brockport [RESTRICTED] 1978

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III.3.1 16Articles (tenure, seniority, child care) [RESTRICTED] 1977

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III.3.1 17Attendance Forms/Time Sheets, use on campuses [RESTRICTED] July 1974-June 1976

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III.3.1 18*Attendance Reporting System/Article 23 Committee [RESTRICTED] 1972-1980

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III.3.1 19Budgets (NYSUT and State University) [RESTRICTED] 1976-1980

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III.3.1 20Budgets (SUNY, UUP) [RESTRICTED] 1976-1980

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III.3.1 21Campaign [NEA challenge] [RESTRICTED] January 1978-January 1979

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III.3.1 22Challenge, and proposed AAUP merger [RESTRICTED] ca. 1978

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III.3.1 23Challenge, NYEA/NEA [RESTRICTED] ca. May 1975-December 1976

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III.3.1 24Challenge, NYEA/NEA [RESTRICTED] January 1977-December 1977

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III.3.1 25Challenge, NYEA/NEA [RESTRICTED] January 1978-April 1979

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III.3.1 26Chancellor's Office-Boyer, Ernest (Chancellor) [RESTRICTED] May 1975-July 1976

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III.3.1 27Chancellor's Office-Decker, Janice (Employee Relations Associate) [RESTRICTED] October 1976

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III.3.1 28Chancellor's Office-Haines, Raymond (Employee Relations Associate) [RESTRICTED] July 1980

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III.3.1 29Chancellor's Office-Hines, Thomas (Employee Relations Associate) [RESTRICTED] September 1975, August-September 1977

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III.3.1 30Chancellor's Office-Hodes, Nancy (Director of Employee Relations) [RESTRICTED] April 1975, March 1976-March 1979

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III.3.1 31Chancellor's Office-Kelly, James (Executive Vice Chancellor) [RESTRICTED] March 1976-February 1978

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III.3.1 32Chancellor's Office-Kimberly, Michael (Special Assistant to Vice Chancellor for Faculty and Staff Relations; Assistant Vice Chancellor for Employee Relations) [RESTRICTED] October 1976-July 1979

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III.3.2 1Chancellor's Office-Komisar, Jerome (Vice Chancellor, Faculty and Staff Relations) [RESTRICTED] January 1975-October 1980

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III.3.2 2Chancellor's Office-Labor-Management Meetings [RESTRICTED] July 1975-October 1978

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III.3.2 3Chancellor's Office-Master Plan [RESTRICTED] October 1974-July 1976

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III.3.2 4Chancellor's Office-Master Plan [RESTRICTED] October 1979

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III.3.2 5Chancellor's Office-Naples, Caesar (Assistant Vice Chancellor for Personnel and Employee Relations) [RESTRICTED] May 1975-June 1976

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III.3.2 6Chancellor's Office-Peterson, Thomas (Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Personnel) [RESTRICTED] November 1975-July 1980

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III.3.2 7Chancellor's Office-Schmidt, Dolores (Assistant Vice Chancellor for Affirmative Action) [RESTRICTED] February 1978

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III.3.2 8Chancellor's Office-Wharton, Clifton (Chancellor) [RESTRICTED] October 1977-October 1980

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III.3.2 9Chapter Questionnaires [RESTRICTED] October 1980

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III.3.2 10cIcu [Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities]-lobbyists for [RESTRICTED] January 1980

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III.3.2 11*Collective Bargaining-Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] 1965, 1975-1980

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III.3.2 12College and University Council (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] 1976-1978

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III.3.2 13College and University Task Force (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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III.3.2 14College Year Obligation/Appointments [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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III.3.2 15Commissioner's Task Force on Teacher Education and Certification [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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III.3.2 16Commissioner's Task Force on Teacher Education and Certification; Report on Teaching as a Profession and Teacher Competence [RESTRICTED] 1977-1979

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III.3.2 17*Committee on Residents and Interns [RESTRICTED] October 1978-January 1980

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III.3.2 18Committees-Affirmative Action (SUNY and UUP) [RESTRICTED] April 1975-March 1981

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III.3.2 19Committees-Appointments/Lists [RESTRICTED] 1978-1980

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III.3.2 20Committees-Attendance reporting for committee work [RESTRICTED] November 1979-December 1980

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III.3.2 21Committees-Career Development [RESTRICTED] September 1979-December 1980

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III.3.2 22Committees-Constitutional Review [RESTRICTED] October 1978-February 1979

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III.3.2 23Committees-Elections and Credentials [RESTRICTED] August 1975-November 1980

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III.3.2 24Committees-Extra Service Compensation [RESTRICTED] October 1977-October 1978

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III.3.2 25Committees-Finance Committee [RESTRICTED] February 1975-May 1981

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III.3.2 26Committees-Grievance [RESTRICTED] February 1979-July 1980

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III.3.2 27Committees-Legislation [RESTRICTED] August 1975-April 1978

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III.3.2 28Committees-Legislation [RESTRICTED] July 1978-April 1981

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III.3.2 29Committees-Membership Development/Membership Benefits [RESTRICTED] February 1979-December 1980

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III.3.2 30Committees-Negotiations [RESTRICTED] June 1978-March 1979

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III.3.2 31Committees-Retirement [RESTRICTED] June 1980

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III.3.2 32Committees-Retraining [RESTRICTED] October 1976-March 1981

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III.3.2 33Committees-Student Recruitment [RESTRICTED] March 1980-November 1980

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III.3.2 34Community Health Plan/Health Maintenance Organizations [RESTRICTED] October 1975-August 1976

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III.3.2 35*Competency-Based Teacher Education (CBTE)-Brockport [RESTRICTED] undated

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III.3.2 36*Competency-Based Teacher Education (CBTE)-Brockport [RESTRICTED] November 1974

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III.3.2 37*Competency-Based Teacher Education (CBTE)-State University College at Buffalo program [RESTRICTED] October 1984

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III.3.2 38*Competency-Based Teacher Education (CBTE)-Oswego and Cortland programs [RESTRICTED] November 1974

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III.3.2 39*Competency-Based Teacher Education (CBTE)-Proposed Program Leading to B.S. Degree and N-6 Provisional Certification, SUNY Plattsburgh [RESTRICTED] November 1974

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III.3.2 40*Competency-Based Teacher Education (CBTE)-Proposed Program Leading to B.S. Degree and N-9 Provisional Certification, SUNY Plattsburgh [RESTRICTED] November 1974

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III.3.3 1*Competency-Based Teacher Education (CBTE)-Old Westbury program [RESTRICTED] March 1974

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III.3.3 2*Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) [RESTRICTED] 1978, 1980

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III.3.3 3Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) positions/employees [RESTRICTED] January 1978-March 1980

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III.3.3 4Conference on Faculty Unions in Public Higher Education [RESTRICTED] October 1976-May 1977

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III.3.3 5Conferences [RESTRICTED] October 1977-February 1978

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III.3.3 6Communications Workers of America (CWA) [RESTRICTED] September 1977-November 1978

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III.3.3 6ADelegate Assembly-Minutes [RESTRICTED] 1976-1977

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III.3.3 7Dental Insurance [RESTRICTED] October 1979-March 1980

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III.3.3 8Dental Insurance Review Committee [RESTRICTED] January 1980-April 1981

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III.3.3 9*Department Rep Handbook [RESTRICTED] 1978

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III.3.3 10Discretionary Funds [RESTRICTED] 1976-1979

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III.3.3 11-12Empire State Day Care Services, Inc.-Children's Place at the Plaza [RESTRICTED] 1979-1980
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III.3.3 13Executive Board [RESTRICTED] May 1975-May 1980

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III.3.3 14Executive Board-Minutes [RESTRICTED] February 1976, October-November 1976

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III.3.3 15Executive Budget (NYS) [RESTRICTED] 1979-1980

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III.3.3 16Executive Committee (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] January 1978-May 1978

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III.3.3 17Executive Committee (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] June 1978-September 1979

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III.3.3 18*Extra Service Compensation (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED] 1978

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III.3.3 19*Extra Service Compensation (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED] 1977-1978

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III.3.3 20Florida [RESTRICTED] 1976

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III.3.3 21*"Focus on the Issues" lecture series [RESTRICTED] October 1978

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III.3.3 22*"Government and Higher Education in New York State", by Joseph A. Kershaw, prepared for Sloan Commission on Government and Higher Education [RESTRICTED] ca. February 1980

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III.3.3 23Grievances [RESTRICTED] March 1978-December 1978

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III.3.3 24Hobart, Thomas (NYSUT President) [RESTRICTED] May 1978-May 1980

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III.3.3 25Huyler, David Erle (and other union-objectors) [RESTRICTED] September 1977

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III.3.3 26Improper Practice-Empire State-State of New York motions and correspondence [RESTRICTED] March-May 1976

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III.3.3 27Improper Practice-Utica/Rome [RESTRICTED] May-June 1976

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III.3.3 28Inservice Education, Invitational Conference on [RESTRICTED] June-December 1977

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III.3.3 29Insurance, Group Life-Member correspondence [RESTRICTED] March 1978

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III.3.3 30Internship [RESTRICTED] November 1977

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III.3.3 31Job Vacancy Announcements-SUNY [RESTRICTED] 1976

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III.3.3 32*Kaufman, Eugene (NYSUT counsel) [RESTRICTED] October 1977-January 1981

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III.3.3 33Kaufman, Eugene (NYSUT, General Counsel, Special Legal Services) [RESTRICTED] November 1977-September 1978

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III.3.3 34*Leadership Bulletins for chapter leadership [RESTRICTED] January 1978-July 1979

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III.3.3 35-37Legal Opinions-Miscellaneous and UUP specific [RESTRICTED] 1974-1980
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III.3.3 38Legislation [RESTRICTED] 1977-1981

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III.3.3 39*Legislation [RESTRICTED] 1977-1980

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III.3.3 40*Legislation [RESTRICTED] 1980-1981

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III.3.4 1*Legislative Days 1977 [RESTRICTED] February-June 1977

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III.3.4 2Legislative Day [RESTRICTED] March 1978

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III.3.4 3*Levittown Decision, The Evidence and the Conclusions (NYSUT report) [RESTRICTED] April 1979

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III.3.4 4Librarians [Academic Status] and UUP Task Force on Librarians' Concerns [RESTRICTED] October 1974-December 1975

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III.3.4 5Librarians [Academic Status] [RESTRICTED] May 1977-June 1980

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III.3.4 6*Life Insurance mailing to bargaining unit members [RESTRICTED] January 1978

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III.3.4 7*Lobbyist Statement of Registration-UUP [RESTRICTED] March 1980

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III.3.4 8McGrath, Thomas (Grievance) [RESTRICTED] December 1974, September 1976-December 1976

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III.3.4 9Managerial/Confidential [RESTRICTED] October 1979

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III.3.4 10Membership-Insurance [RESTRICTED] 1976-1980

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III.3.4 11Membership-Insurance, benefits, and other [RESTRICTED] 1976-1980

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III.3.4 12*Milton, John-public relations consultant [RESTRICTED] July 1980-July 1981

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III.3.4 13Miscellaneous correspondence [RESTRICTED] April 1975-May 1980

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III.3.4 14Miscellaneous [Wakshull personal correspondence?] [RESTRICTED] 1970s

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III.3.4 15*NEA [RESTRICTED] 1976

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III.3.4 16-17*NEA/NYEA Challenge [RESTRICTED] 1978-1979
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III.3.4 18*NEA/NYEA Challenge-Albany Student Press [RESTRICTED] September-October 1978

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III.3.4 19*NEA/NYEA Challenge-Charles Baker [RESTRICTED] 1978

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III.3.4 20*NEA/NYEA Challenge-Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] October 1977-October 1978

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III.3.4 21*NEA/NYEA Challenge-Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] December 1978

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III.3.4 22*NEA/NYEA-Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] 1975-March 1979

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III.3.4 23*NEA/NYEA and SUNY Alliance [RESTRICTED] October 1977-February 1981

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III.3.4 24Negotiations Bulletins [RESTRICTED] October 1975-November 1976

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III.3.4 25Negotiations-Proposals, Committee, Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED] 1975-1979

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III.3.4 26Negotiations-Reopened [RESTRICTED] 1971-1975

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III.3.4 27New Rank for Academics [RESTRICTED] October 1980

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III.3.4 28New York Educators Association (NYEA) [RESTRICTED] February 1979-November 1979

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III.3.4 29New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] April 1975-March 1976

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III.3.4 30New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] April 1976-February 1980

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III.3.4 31New York State United Teachers (NYSUT)-Board of Directors [RESTRICTED] September 1976-October 1977

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III.3.4 32Newsletter-"From the President's Log" [RESTRICTED] February 1976-June 1976

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III.3.4 33Newspaper clippings [RESTRICTED] 1975-1977

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III.3.4 34Non-Teaching Professionals (NTP) [RESTRICTED] 1976, 1978, 1980

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III.3.4 35Office of Employee Relations, NYS (OER) [RESTRICTED] May 1975-July 1980

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III.3.4 35AOffice of Employee Relations, NYS (OER)-Counsel [RESTRICTED] November 1976-October 1979

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III.3.4 36Office of Employee Relations, NYS (OER)-Frucher, Meyer (Director) [RESTRICTED] January 1979-September 1980

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III.3.4 37Office of Employee Relations, NYS (OER)-Hartnett, Thomas (Deputy Director) [RESTRICTED] November 1979

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III.3.4 38Office of Employee Relations, NYS (OER)-Hodes, Nancy (Assistant Director) [RESTRICTED] July 1979-May 1980

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III.3.4 39Office of Employee Relations, NYS (OER)-Kershaw, Leonard (Assistant Director) [RESTRICTED] July 1977-December 1978

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III.3.4 40Office of Employee Relations, NYS (OER)-Northrop, James (Deputy Director) [RESTRICTED] September 1978-May 1979

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III.3.5 1Office of Employee Relations, NYS (OER)-Wollett, Donald (Director) [RESTRICTED] October 1975-October 1978

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III.3.5 2OMB Circular A-21-Cost principles for educational institutions/personnel activity reporting system [RESTRICTED] 1980

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III.3.5 3*Our State-NYSUT newsletter (saved for NEA coverage?) [RESTRICTED] October 1976-March 1978

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III.3.5 4*Parking [RESTRICTED] May 1978-September 1980

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III.3.5 5Patent Policy (SUNY) and UUP Patent Waiver Policy Committee [RESTRICTED] November 1975-April 1977, April 1979-October 1979

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III.3.5 6Potsdam-National Center for Higher Education Management Systems survey/reorganization job descriptions [RESTRICTED] 1975-1976

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III.3.5 7Powell, Elwin (SUNY Buffalo) (academic freedom) [RESTRICTED] September 1976-February 1977

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III.3.5 8Project for Adult College Education (PACE) [RESTRICTED] October 1978-February 1981

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III.3.5 9Public Employees Federation (PEF) [RESTRICTED] July 1978-November 1979

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III.3.5 10Reform Caucus [RESTRICTED] October 5, 1979

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III.3.5 11Regents (SUNY) [RESTRICTED] March 1976-December 1977

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III.3.5 12Regents (SUNY) [RESTRICTED] January 1979-June 1979

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III.3.5 13Regents (SUNY) [RESTRICTED] August 1979-January 1980

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III.3.5 14Regents (SUNY) [RESTRICTED] February 1980-August 1980

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III.3.5 15Representative Assembly (NYSUT) [RESTRICTED] December 1976-March 1977

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III.3.5 16Research (miscellaneous? student/faculty ratios, workload, ranks) [RESTRICTED] December 1977-April 1979

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III.3.5 17Research Foundation (SUNY) [RESTRICTED] January 1979

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III.3.5 18Retraining Program/Retraining Committee [RESTRICTED] 1976-1979

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III.3.5 19Retrenchments [RESTRICTED] June 1975-May 1977, November 1979, March 1980

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III.3.5 20*Right to Work [RESTRICTED] 1977-1979

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III.3.5 21Salary Issues [RESTRICTED] 1975-1980

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III.3.5 22-23Save SUNY day/SUNY budget cut opposition [RESTRICTED] 1979-1980
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III.3.5 24*Senate Professional Association (SPA) [RESTRICTED] 1972-1974

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III.3.5 25Senates (campus) [RESTRICTED] July 1980

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III.3.5 26*Sentry Insurance-Catastrophic Medical Coverage Plan [RESTRICTED] June-July 1978

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III.3.5 27Staff (NYSUT field staff and UUP admin. office) [RESTRICTED] 1975-May 1978

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III.3.5 28Staff (NYSUT field staff and UUP admin. office) [RESTRICTED] June 1978-November 1979, December 1980

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III.3.5 29*State University Professional Association [RESTRICTED] 1968-1970

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III.3.5 30Statewide Coalition for Public Higher Education [RESTRICTED] December 1980-February 1981

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III.3.5 31Student Association of the State University of New York (SASU) [RESTRICTED] January 1979-December 1980

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III.3.5 32*SUNY and Governor's Office of Employee Relations-Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED] 1971-1975

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III.3.5 33*SUNY and Governor's Office of Employee Relations-Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 3) [RESTRICTED] 1973-1975

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III.3.5 34*SUNY and Governor's Office of Employee Relations-Miscellaneous (folder 3 of 3) [RESTRICTED] 1980-1981

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III.3.5 35*SUNY Budget/UUP Budget 1978-79 [RESTRICTED] January-November 1978

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III.3.5 36*SUNY Budget 1979-80 [RESTRICTED] February-December 1979

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III.3.6 1*SUNY Budget 1980-81 (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED] December 1979-June 1980

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III.3.6 2*SUNY Budget 1980-81 (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED] October 1979-February 1980

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III.3.6 3SUNY-CUNY Merger/Wessell Commission [Temporary State Commission on the Future of Post-Secondary Education] [RESTRICTED] January-April 1977, July-September 1978

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III.3.6 4SUNY Day Care Centers [RESTRICTED] 1979

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III.3.6 5SUNY Policy-Award of Academic Credit by Examination [RESTRICTED] July-August 1976

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III.3.6 6TIAA-CREF (Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association/College Retirement Equity Fund) [RESTRICTED] 1979, 1981

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III.3.6 7Unity Caucus [RESTRICTED] June 1976-April 1980

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III.3.6 8Universitas (newsletter-University Professors for Academic Order) [RESTRICTED] October 1978-June 1979

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III.3.6 9*Update-newsletter for local leaders of NYSUT [RESTRICTED] April 1976-June 1978

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III.3.6 10UUP Budget [RESTRICTED] 1979-1980

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III.3.6 11*UUP Office [RESTRICTED] 1973-1976, 1982

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III.3.6 12UUP Project Expenses/Budget [RESTRICTED] September 1977-December 1980

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III.3.6 13VOTE/COPE [RESTRICTED] March 1978-April 1980

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III.3.6 14*Wakshull article-Labor Law Journal (NEA related) [RESTRICTED] March 1978

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III.3.6 15Workload [RESTRICTED] September 1976-October 1976

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III.3.6 16*Zelden, Marvin (Editor, universitas) [RESTRICTED] July-September 1978, August-September 1979
Quantity: 1.67 cubic ft.

Incoming and outgoing correspondence from UUP's President, Executive Director, and other UUP personnel; as well as internal correspondence between the President, Executive Director, membership coordinator, and NYSUT legal counsel. Materials were filed by chapter involved, under individual name (relating to grievance matters, and also for UUP personnel matters), and occasionally by subject. Topics covered include retrenchments on campuses; appointments to and resignations from committees; campus specific concerns; grievances; questions from members regarding benefits and membership; resolutions sent in by chapters; minutes for chapter board meetings as well as chapter labor/management meetings; and information on chapter officers. The amount and type of information available for each chapter varies widely. Additional records on individual chapters make up Subseries 3.3 in Subgroup IV, Office of the Secretary. Agency fee issues and the separation of UUP from NEA are infrequent topics of discussion. The records for the Grievance Committee in this series include reports to the President presenting the committee's position on/view of the grievances under its consideration. These reports provide some of t