Chancellor's Award Classified Service
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The Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Classified Service was established by SUNY to give system-wide recognition for superior performance and extraordinary achievement by employees in the Classified Service. Employees selected for the awards receive a personal certificate of recognition and a Chancellor's Excellence medallion. Since this is a system-wide recognition program, SUNY Oneonta is only allowed to nominate ONE employee per year. Oneonta awardees will be recognized in the College Bulletin and at the May graduation ceremony.
- Program Guidelines
- Nomination Form
UUP Individual Development Awards
The UUP Individual Development Awards (IDA) Program is designed to support a variety of professional development projects or activities by assisting eligible employees to develop their full professional potential and to prepare for advancement.
We are pleased to announce that the IDA Program has been funded! Note, however, funds are available for two (2) different time periods:
First time period ("retroactive"): projects/activities which occurred April 01, 2017 - July 01, 2018. DEADLINE TO APPLY for first time period is MARCH 29, 2019.
Second time period: projects/activities which occur July 02, 2018 - July 01, 2019. DEADLINE TO APPLY for second time period is April 30, 2019.
Full-time and part time employees are eligible.
Full-time employees must be in the bargaining unit at the time of the award and during the dates of the project or activity.
Part-time employees who meet the eligibility tests for 26 weeks coverage for health benefits, and are eligible for health benefits during the summer, will also be eligible for funding for a project or activity that occurs during the summer whether or not they are on the payroll.
The proposed project or activity must:
Enable the employee to meet one or more of the criteria specified in the following SUNY Policies of Board of Trustees: Title A. Evaluation of Academic Employees, §4. Criteria (a) - (e); Title B. Promotion of Academic Employees, §2. Criteria (a) - (e); or Title C. Evaluation and Promotion of Professional Employees, §5. Criteria (a) - (e), of Article XII Evaluation and Promotion of Academic and Professional Employees, of the Policies of the Board of Trustees.
Meet particular areas of interest or activities within the categories eligible for support as identified by the Campus Professional Development Committee.
Projects or activities must fall within the following categories:
- Basic, applied, or historical research.
- Curriculum or instructional material development.
- Workshop, seminar, internship, or coursework not covered by Article 46, Program for Tuition Assistance or SUNY tuition waiver.
- Conference participation or attendance.
- Preparation of material for publication.
- Grant proposal development.
- Artistic or creative endeavors.
- Other work-related professional development projects or activities.
Read the complete guidelines at https://goer.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2018/12/individual-development-award-program-guidelines.pdf
A complete application consists of two forms and required attachments. Access the forms using the links below:
INSTRUCTIONS: The completed forms and attachments must be emailed to Gail Feuer at email@example.com. Please send them in one pdf document labeled with your last name and first initial (e.g., feuerg). Hard copies will not be accepted.
Applications for the first time period (retroactive) must be received by the close of business on MARCH 29, 2019. Applicants will be notified of the Committee's decisions by April 17, 2019.
Applications for the second time period must be received by the close of business on APRIL 30, 2019. Applicants will be notified of the Committee's decisions by May 15, 2019.
Contact members of the Joint Labor Management Committee with questions.
If awarded, you will be assigned an account number in which to submit your expenses. Actual expenditures against your award are only for receipted expenses within normal State limitations. Submit travel vouchers and purchase requisitions to Terri Thomas in Procurement and Travel.
The final step in the process is to complete an "Evaluation/Expenditure Summary for Individual Development Awards Program" form and send it to Gail Feuer, 208 Netzer Administration Bldg.
215A Physical Science Bldg.
200 Netzer Admin
208 Netzer Admin
227 Physical Science Bldg.
220E Hunt College Union
265 Fitzelle Hall