Annual Reviews for Research Faculty

Annual Reviews for Research Faculty

From the UNH Research Faculty Policy Guide: Employment and Benefits Policies Guidance for UNH Research Faculty

 

See: Provost's Office document, Appointment of Research Faculty Policy and Procedures
http://www.unh.edu/provost/sites/unh.edu.provost/files/docs/ResearchFaculty.pdf

For those faculty members with joint appointments, see also:
Provost's Office document, Joint Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Appointments
http://www.unh.edu/provost/sites/unh.edu.provost/files/docs/jointfacultyappointments1.pdf

 

Annual written reviews are prepared by the department chairperson, program director, institute or center director, who also makes the initial recommendation for any salary adjustment consistent with salary increase guidelines for employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement.

  • For non-tenure track faculty, a joint faculty appointment is one in which a faculty member’s appointment is shared between a home unit and another unit (department, program, center, or institute).  Some faculty members may be granted academic rank in more than one unit through a joint faculty appointment.  The faculty rank must be the same for both units.  Joint faculty appointments are based upon the academic needs of the faculty member, departments, schools/colleges, institutes, centers, and programs.

  • When a non-tenured faculty member has a joint appointment, the secondary unit shall provide the home unit with an annual assessment of performance.  Based on this information and its own assessment, the home unit will complete the annual assessment of performance and make a recommendation to the dean/director about whether or not to continue the appointment.

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Employment and Benefits Policies Guidance for UNH Research Faculty

Updated 12/10/14

 

In all cases, the actual UNH and USNH policies and official procedures will prevail.  Such policies and procedures are subject to change.

The language in this document does not pertain to faculty in the collective bargaining unit.

As questions arise,
Research Faculty should contact
their unit’s chief financial officer
(Business Service Center [BSC] director)

List of BSC directors

 

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