Faculty Personnel Information
Faculty-related personnel information may be found on the the Office of the Provost's site. This includes obligation dates, Bartle Professorships, Bartle Librarianship, Guidelines for Distinguished Professorships, Personnel Cases, and Sabbatical Requests.
The SUNY Policies of the Board of Trustees defines terms such as academic staff, academic rank, qualified academic rank, and academic employee. The policies define Academic Rank as that held by those in titles such as professor, associate professor, assistant professor, instructor. Titles such as librarian, associate librarian, senior assistant librarian and assistant librarian are also included. The policies also further define Qualified Academic Rank as the rank held by those members of the academic staff having titles of lecturer, or those preceded with designations such as clinical, visiting or similar designations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here for a list of frequently asked questions related to faculty employment
Click here for tools to assist you in your role as department chair
Leaves of Absence
Click here for information on faculty leaves
Click here for Sabatical and Title F Leave information on Provost's website
Click here for UUP-represented Faculty salary schedules
For discussion of career goals and assistance in resume development, explore the Career Coaching Services through the Joint UUP/Labor-Management program. Contact John Wojcio at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Development opportunities are available through the Center for Learning and Teaching.
For other opportunities and resources, see our Professional Development page.
Employee Discount Programs
Click here for information on employee discount programs.
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Assistant Director of Human Resources, Systems and Operations