What Does Faculty Affairs Do For You?

  The Office of Faculty Affairs oversees all academic personnel processes for faculty (tenured, tenure-track, retired, part-time, full-time) as well as for academic student employees (Graduate Assistants, Teaching Associates, Instructional Student Assistants).  Here is a sample of the work we do.


In 2012-13, Faculty Affairs staff processed

  • 2276 lecturer appointments
  • 1296 TA/GA/ISA appointments
  • 25 FERP applications
  • 113 faculty fee waivers
  • 334 TA fee waivers
  • 13 range elevation applications
  • 22 tenure-track faculty recruitments
  • 105 RTP dossiers
  • 66 "mini reviews" for 1st/3rd/5th year probationary faculty
  • 26 visa applications

In addition, the Office of Faculty Affairs conducted
or participated in training and workshops

  • Orientation for new tenure track faculty
  • Orientation for new temporary faculty
  • Orientation for new department chairs
  • Dossier Preparation Panel
  • RTP responsibilities for department chairs
  • Diversity training for recruitment committees
  • "Order of Work" for department chairs
  • "Difficult Personnel Issues" for department chairs
  • Temporary faculty evaluations for department chairs


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