Faculty Policies and Procedures Handbook

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  • G. Confidentiality

    The processes and procedures regarding misconduct in research are intended to be kept confidential to the extent possible by all parties, including the complainant, respondent and any other University…

  • V. Tenure and Promotion Guidelines

    The awarding of tenure is a prerogative of the Board of Trustees. The tenure decision is a judgment about a faculty member's potential for continued teaching effectiveness, intellectual and schola…

  • Appendix D: AAUP Statement on Extramural Utterances

    The statement that follows was approved by the AAUP’s Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure in October 1964. Its purpose is to clarify those sections of the 1940 Statement of Principles on …

  • Chapter 3: Responsibilities of Faculty Members

    The University of Tampa strives for instruction of the highest quality in an atmosphere of academic freedom and integrity. The University reaffirms its commitment, expressed in earlier faculty Handboo…

  • A. Academic Freedom and Tenure – AAUP Statement of Principles (1940)1

    The purpose of this statement is to promote public understanding and support of academic freedom and tenure and agreement upon procedures to assure them in colleges and universities. Institutions of h…

  • I. Rights of Faculty Members

    As noted in Chapter Three of this edition of the Handbook, The University of Tampa reaffirms its ongoing commitment to academic freedoms and tenure. Specifically, UT faculty members “are entitled to t…

  • Appendix C: AAUP Statement on Academic Freedom and Artistic Expression

    The statement that follows was adopted by the participants in the 1990 Wolf Trap Conference on Academic Freedom and Artistic Expression, sponsored by the American Association of University Professors,…

  • B. 1940 Interpretations

    At the conference of representatives of the AAUP and of the Association of American Colleges on November 7‐8, 1940, the following interpretations of the 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedo…

  • Appendix H: Termination and Dismissal of Non-Tenured Faculty Members

    A. Dismissal and Academic Freedom Any utterance or action by any faculty member that falls within the domain of academic freedom as defined in the AAUP’s 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic…

  • G. Initial Offers of Employment to Full-Time Faculty

    All offers of employment to prospective full‐‐‐time faculty members are extended by the provost. No offer of employment is binding unless the provost extends it in writing and conveys the terms of ini…

  • A. Political Activities

    The University of Tampa endorses the general principles of the following sections of the "Statement on Professors and Political Activity," published in the AAUP Bulletin (2006):The statement…

  • C. 1970 Interpretive Comments

    Following extensive discussions on the 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure with leading educational associations and with individual faculty members and administrators, a joint…