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A directory of all Dean's Office staff, Department Chairs, and staff. This list includes the 2021-2022 Chairs and will continue to be updated as changes occur.Deans, Chairs and Staff Report
The Faculty Employment Handbook, located under the President’s Operational Policies section of the University’s Policy Library, outlines all polices related to faculty review, outside employment, leaves of absence, transitional retirement, and disciplinary procedures.
The full faculty review processes are outlined in the Faculty Employment Handbook, Chapter II. The Guidebook for Portfolio Preparation is intended to highlight important aspects of the evaluation process and to provide insight into the process of portfolio preparation. The Department Evaluation Guidelines outline the specific requirements for each department.
The Faculty Employment Handbook, Chapter VII.A, “Sabbatical Leave,” contains the policy on sabbatical leaves including eligibility requirements and procedures for application submission and review. The Sabbatical Guidelines provide a format for preparation of a sabbatical application.
Note: Effective July 1, 2020, faculty may not receive salary supplements while on sabbatical.
The Auraria Library offers a range of services to support faculty research. Research librarians can assist in developing research ideas and identifying appropriate publication platforms. In addition, the library provides tutorials on data management and analysis, and the use of Geographic Information Systems.
The Institutional Review Board webpage provides a comprehensive overview of the entire IRB process. Anyone conducting research involving human subjects should spend time reviewing their webpage, specifically the “Guidance” section.
Human Subject Protection Program Manager
Lisa Badanes, Ph.D.
The Office of Sponsored Research and Programs supports faculty and staff in obtaining external funding for your research and programs, with a focus on financial awards from federal, state, and local agencies. The services available through the OSRP include:
Several faculty in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics offer statistical consulting. Faculty who are less familiar with data analysis can seek consultation with these experts.
Probability and Statistics Advisors
Shahar Boneh, Ph.D.
Nels Grevstad, Ph.D.
Ben Dyhr, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Ribble, Ph.D.
The Writing Center provides a range of services to support not only students, but faculty as well. The consultants at the Writing Center can assist with a variety of types of writing projects, ranging from grant applications to journal articles to book manuscripts.
Elizabeth Kleinfeld, Ph.D.
For the most up-to-date hiring practices, please contact Human Resources.
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The Guide provides rapid access to information about topics Department Chairs encounter on a daily basis. Staff in the Office of Faculty Affairs will review and update the links annually.Department Chair Resource Guide