Effective Date: 09/01/2010
The Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Vice President for Research are authorized to grant Faculty Research Fellowships under jointly developed procedures.
- 09/18/1992: change responsibility
- 08/03/2000: Changed Executive Vice President and Provost title to Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs
- 07/15/2010: Was previously Policy 16.7. Renumbered, added joint responsibility between Provost and the Vice President for Research and corrected Vice Presidential titles.
Effective Date: 05/02/2014
The granting of sabbatical leaves of absence is intended for the mutual benefit of the University and the person granted such a leave. Sabbatical leaves may be granted faculty members in order to provide a period of creative activity for the purpose of furthering professional competence. The granting of such leave will in no case be automatic, and each request for sabbatical leave will be judged on its own merits.
- To be eligible for sabbatical leave, a faculty member must have (1) been granted tenure at the university, and (2) served for at least six years as a faculty member at the university. Eligibility for subsequent sabbatical leaves requires a minimum of six years of service since the completion of the previous sabbatical leave.
- Sabbatical leaves may be granted for either one or two consecutive semesters. For
this purpose, spring and the following fall semester will be considered to be consecutive.
Compensation for faculty on sabbatical leave will be as follows:
Duration of Leave Rate of Pay while on Sabbatical Leave 1 Semester 100% of academic year rate 2 Semesters 67% of academic year rate
- Faculty may not accept full-time employment during the course of their sabbatical leave, with such exceptions as the President of the University, with advice from the University Sabbatical Leave Committee, may permit. Persons receiving sabbatical leave must agree to return to their position for the following year, with such exceptions as the President of the University, with advice from the University Sabbatical Leave Committee, may permit.
Money from Outside Sources
Faculty members on sabbatical leave of absence may receive money from fellowships, grants, or other sources.
This policy shall be administered in accordance with procedures recommended by the Senate and approved by the President.
- 06/07/1968: Change General Faculty to Academic Faculty
- 11/20/1987: Deleted continuous with off quarter and annual leave requirements
- 11/17/1995: Clarify eligibility requirements, eliminate twelve month administrative sabbatical leaves, define time limits, and eliminate disclosure of funding sources
- 05/19/2000: Revised to reflect the change from quarters to semesters
- 02/25/2005: Authorized the President to approve faculty accepting full-time employment during a sabbatical leave
- 07/15/2010: Was previously Policy 6.1. Renumbered only.
- 05/02/2014: Increased 2 semesters leave to 67% of academic year rate.
Effective Date: 09/01/2010
An honorary rank awarded to retirees who have tenure in the professional ranks and have served the University with distinction.
Recommendation for emeritus status shall be made by the members of the retiree's academic department through administrative channels to the President for presentation to the Board of Trustees.
- 01/17/1986: Revised first paragraph
- 11/17/1995: Removed years of service
- 07/15/2010: Was previously Policy 16.8. Renumbered only.