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CRR 340.070 requires “all faculty members must file a report on the accomplishments during the leave period” within 45 days of return from a professional research or development leave of absence.
By signing a research, development, or sabbatical Leave of Absence Request Form, the faculty member agrees to file a report of accomplishments to the Provost Office within 45 days of the leave end date. Faculty should address Leave Reports to Erma Artist (email@example.com), with a copy to the appropriate Chair and Dean.
Should a faculty member fail to submit the required Leave of Absence Report to the Provost Office, future requests for Leaves will be held until the required report is received.
Click here for more information regarding UMKC Faculty Leaves.
All required nomination materials (including letters of recommendation) must be combined into one Single PDF file (use the “Combine>Merge files into Single PDF” feature of Adobe Acrobat 9.0 Professional software, available at no charge in the UMKC Remote Labs) to create the Nomination Packet.
File Name = “Award Name – Lastname, Firstname” (example: “Early Career Teaching – Smith, Jonathan”)
Questions? Contact Beci Edmundson (firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 2721)
University of Missouri President Gary Forsee has approved a new professorship program for retiring faculty.
The James C. Olson Professorship Program is designed to provide an opportunity to honor selected senior members of the University of Missouri faculty by providing them with a named professorship in exchange for their willingness to voluntarily relinquish tenure and retire from the University. Olson Professorships allow the University to retain the important experience and contributions of these valued faculty colleagues while enabling them to reduce the level of their responsibilities. These special appointments and assignments for a specified term after retirement provide important contributions to the University while helping retiring faculty evolve into their new roles.
For application materials and additional information regarding the James C. Olson Professorship Program, click the “Olson Professorship” tab above.
James C. Olson served as UMKC Chancellor from 1968-1976, and UM System President from 1977-1984. Click here to read a biographical sketch of James C. Olson and review his speeches and other related materials; click here to learn more about his career contributions to UMKC and the UM System.
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