2008 Tenure Application Contract
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Application of the Tenure Code Approved by the Board of Regents June 8, 2007 to Faculty Covered by UEA Contract
Please note that a section of the Tenure Code may be inapplicable because it is in conflict with explicit provisions of the collective bargaining agreement, or because the subject matter is addressed in the collective bargaining agreement in detail without mention of the specific issue addressed in the Tenure Code, or because the section of the new code deals with terms and conditions of employment, hence negotiable. Thus, the fact that a section of the Tenure Code is inapplicable to UEA faculty does not necessarily mean that the collective bargaining agreement calls for a different result in a specific situation.
Section 1. Academic Freedom
1.1 Applicable except the last paragraph on Academic Freedom and
1.2 Applicable except the last sentence
Section 2. Applicability of Regulations and Continuity of Appointments
2.1 Applicable except the last sentence
Section 3. Faculty Ranks and Types of Appointments
NOTE : The reports which go to the Tenure Committee concerning the use of non-regular appointments do not have the effect of conferring the Tenure Committee with jurisdiction over disputes arising between bargaining unit faculty and the University.
3.4 Applicable except that subsection (11) is inapplicable.
3.6 Applicable except that the final paragraph of Section 3.6 is inapplicable.
Section 4. Terms of Faculty Employment
4.4 Inapplicable except that paragraph 1 is applicable.
Section 5. Maximum Period of Probationary Service
Section 6. Tenure of Faculty on Regular Probationary Appointments
Section 7. Personnel Decisions Concerning Probationary Faculty
7.12 Applicable except third and fourth sentences to read "Each department statement must be approved by a faculty vote (including both tenured and probationary members) and the dean; after review by the Vice Chancellor for Academic Administration and the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, each department statement must be approved by the Chancellor. The Principal Administrator of each academic unit must provide each probationary faculty member with a copy of the Departmental Statement at the beginning of the probationary service."
Section 8. Improper Refusal of a New Appointment to a Regular Non-Faculty Member
Section 9. Appointment of Associate Professors and Professors with Indefinite Tenure
9.2 Applicable except for reference to footnote 9
Section 10. Unrequested Leave of Absence for Disability; Termination or Suspension of a
Faculty Appointment for Cause
Section 11. Fiscal Emergency
11.5 Applicable except to the extent that it authorizes termination or suspension of
faculty appointments as provided in Section 11.4 because Section 11.4 is
11.53 Applicable except to the extent that it references Section 11.6 because Section
11.6 is inapplicable.
Section 12. Programmatic Change
Section 13. Judicial Committee
Section 14. Procedures in Cases of Un-requested Leave of Absence or Termination or
Suspension of a Faculty Appointment for Cause
Section 15. Appeals to the Judicial Committee
Section 16. Tenure Committee
16.2 Limited Applicability
16.3 Limited Applicability
16.4 Limited Applicability
NOTE: The reports which go to the Tenure Committee concerning the use of non-regular (term) appointments do not have the effect of conferring the Tenure Committee with jurisdiction over disputes between bargaining unit faculty and the University
Section 17. Written Notice
Section 18. Publication
Section 19. Amendment
 Applicable except the first sentence
1 Inapplicable, timeline expired
6 Applicable as modified above