The provost's office oversees changes to faculty appointments, faculty recognition programs, and research leaves, and assists in the resolution of faculty grievances.

Research Leaves

Tenured faculty members are eligible for study-research leave and research assignment as described in Chapter 3 of the Faculty Handbook. Process, forms, and contact information. 

Research Extended Appointments

Academic year faculty appointments can be extended to calendar year with the use of research funds as described in university policy 6200. Process, forms, and contact information.

Emeritus or Emerita Status

The title of emeritus or emerita is conferred on retired full professors, associate professors, administrative officers, and librarians with continued appointment who have given exemplary service to the university and who are specifically recommended to the board of visitors by the president and approved.

Faculty Research Incentive Plan

The goal of the FRIP is to provide an incentive for principal or co-principal investigators to secure additional competitively awarded, externally sponsored activities. 

Faculty Reconciliation

Services of the Faculty Senate's Committee on Reconciliation are available to Teaching/Research, Administrative and Professional, and Research Faculty as described in the Faculty Handbook. Process, forms, and contact information. 

Grievances

Faculty members may resolve complaints about selected employment actions through the grievance process as described in the Faculty Handbook. Process, forms, and contact information.

Leave Without Pay

Faculty members wishing to take leave from their duties without salary may request such leave from the provost or vice president for administration, depending upon the reporting structure, on the recommendation of the department head or chair and the dean (or appropriate administrator), as described in Section 2.98 of the Faculty Handbook.

Important Dates

2017-2018 Important Dates

 

Forms

 

Conflict of Interest Reporting

University policies and procedures regarding conflicts of interest have changed.