Faculty Appointments and Advancement

 

Faculty Appointments and Advancement (FAA) is a multifaceted unit that serves the faculty, academic administration and campus community of IUPUI in matters pertaining to faculty life. Our mission is to enhance the lives of faculty from their recruitment and hiring, orientation and acclimation, tenure and promotion, sabbatical and other leaves of absence, to post-tenure review and retirement.

FAA serves as the operational arm of the Dean of the Faculties Office. FAA provides interpretation, implementation, and communication of policies and procedures to faculty, administrators, staff and students, both within and outside of the campus community. FAA provides leadership in enriching faculty experiences with advancement policies and processes.

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    A faculty handbook for librarians in the Indiana University system.
  • Unknown author (2013-07-01)
    The IUPUI Supplement to the IU Academic Handbook is designed to be a free-flowing document which is a clickable on-line PDF document for easier searching. The content, organization, and functionality of the guide are ...
  • Unknown author (2010-05-04)
    Approved by the IUPUI Faculty Council May 4, 2010. The 2009-2010 Guide is provided for the faculty of IUPUI by the IUPUI Faculty Council and the Dean of the Faculties Office as a supplement to the Indiana University ...
  • Unknown author (2009)
    Mary L. Fisher, Associate Vice Chancellor and Associate Dean of the Faculties, takes faculty through the FAA web pages.
  • Unknown author (Indiana University (Bloomington), 2008-08)
    This edition of the Indiana University Academic Handbook was prepared and edited by Tadewos Assebework, Research Coordinator and Publisher, Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs, IUB, following on ...
  • Unknown author (2009-11-11)
    The Interim Guide of the IUPUI Supplement to the IU Academic Handbook is designed to be a free-flowing document which will eventually become a clickable on-line PDF document for easier searching. The content, organization, ...
  • Tilton, Mary (Indiana University, 2005-08)

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