The Office of Academic Policy Development manages the development, revision, analysis, and implementation of UCSD's academic personnel policies and procedures to carry out the vision of the University's academic leadership, to increase efficiency and compliance, and to limit institutional liability. Kelly Lindlar, director of Academic Policy Development, may be contacted at (858) 822-4564 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The director of Academic Policy Development provides the following services:
Professor of Practice Implementation Guidelines are now available for this new series.
Proposed Revisions to Systemwide Academic Personnel Policies
The University invites comments on proposed revisions to Academic Personnel Manual (APM) Section IV, Salary Administration (APM - 600 Series), as described below:
The proposed revisions are a response to campus requests to update the APM - 600 Series in accordance with current policy implementation, to correct outdated delegations of authority, and to make technical corrections that have been identified since the policies were last reviewed. A Summary of Proposed Revisions is included on page two of the proposal, which serves as a guide to the proposed changes to the policies within APM Section IV.
The proposal is available on the following Web site:
This is a formal review of the proposal. If you have comments or questions, please contact Kelly Lindlar, director of Academic Policy Development, at email@example.com no later than May 21, 2013.
Proposed Revisions to Policy and Procedure Manual 230-20, Appointment of Academic Personnel, and Policy and Procedure Manual 230-28, Academic Advancements and Reappointments: Addition of Supplement III - Guidelines for the Professor of Clinical X (Pharmacy) Series
EVC Subramani is pleased to submit for formal campus review the proposed new supplement to UCSD Policy and Procedure Manual (PPM) 230-20, Appointment of Academic Personnel, and PPM 230-28, Academic Advancements and Reappointments: Supplement III, Guidelines for the Professor of Clinical X (Pharmacy) Series.
Two drafts of the proposed Supplement III are available. The first version includes only the new draft supplement language; the second is a tracked version that indicates the differences between the proposed Supplement III and the existing Supplement II, Guidelines for the Professor X (e.g., Medicine) Series.
The proposed new supplement is intended to provide additional detailed information on the Professor of Clinical X (Pharmacy) series in the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSPPS). The draft supplement provides guidelines to assist in the evaluation of the appropriateness of appointment to and advancement within the Clinical X (Pharmacy) series in SSPPS. As is the case with the existing Supplement II, the proposed supplement would appear as an addition to both PPM 230-20 and PPM 230-28.
If you have any comments or questions regarding the proposed new supplement to PPM 230-20 and PPM 230-28, please contact Kelly Lindlar, director of Academic Policy Development, Academic Personnel Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than May 20, 2013.
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