The kind or type of academic appointment, such as Tenure Track, Full Time, P & A, Adjunct, Instructor, Lecturer & Teaching Specialists, see Appointment Type Definitions.
Also see Appointments of Academic Professional and Administrative Employees Policy for more information and procedures.
Search Process & Hiring Procedures for Faculty and P&A information can be found on the UMC Human Resources website.
Tenure is the keystone for academic freedom and excellence, awarded for academic and professional merit. The Regents Policy on Faculty Tenure (tenure regulations) is the comprehensive institutional code that articulates the formal relationship between the University and its faculty. The tenure regulations were adopted by the Board of Regents in 1945 and continues to uphold "the conviction that a well-defined statement of rules is essential to the protection of academic freedom and to the promotion of excellence at the University of Minnesota. A well-designed promotion and tenure system ensures that considerations of academic quality will be the basis for academic personnel decisions, and thus provides the foundation for academic excellence." (Preamble, Regents Policy on Faculty Tenure).
Promotion and tenure: approved 7.12 statements
Unit Criteria, Standards, and Indices for Tenure and/or Promotion Required by Section 7.12 of the Faculty Tenure Policy
Academic development leaves allow faculty to devote concentrated time to studies, investigations, research, scholarly writing, and artistic projects. Such leaves may also be used for curriculum development and other improvements in teaching practice.
A tenured faculty member is eligible to apply for a sabbatical leave of up to one year after six academic years of service. A contract faculty member may be awarded a sabbatical leave of up to one year after six academic years of service. Policy and form can be found here.
Single Semester Leave – UMC’s quota for 2016-2017 is two
Probationary and contract faculty are eligible for a single semester leave after two academic or fiscal years of service in a University faculty appointment of 67 percent time or greater. Tenured faculty are eligible for a single semester leave after four academic or fiscal years of service in an appointment of 67 percent time or greater. Policy and form can be found here.
Professional Development Leaves for Academic Professional and Administrative Employees
Eligible academic professional and administrative (P&A) employees (93xx, 96xx, and 97xx) are provided opportunities for professional development leaves, to include mini, short-term, and extended leaves. Policy and forms can be found here.
Dates and Deadlines
Dates and deadlines for Leaves & Sabbaticals can be found on our Google Calendar (right hand column of this page)
For leaves requested during the 2016-2017 academic year
|December 1, 2015||All application materials due to the Department Head|
|December 14, 2015||Department Head recommendations due in Academic Affairs: electronic copies sent to bkeinath with a copy to cournia; signed originals sent to the Academic Affairs Office.|
|December 22, 2015||Requests reviewed, voted on, and ranked (if necessary) at Department Heads meeting.|
|January 7, 2016||Academic Affairs sends recommendations to the Chancellor|
|January 14, 2016||Information on faculty selected forwarded to Minneapolis by Academic Affairs|
The University of Minnesota Crookston faculty are represented by University Education Association (UEA-C).
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