Responsibilities and Privileges of Research Faculty

Responsibilities and Privileges of Research Faculty

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

 

See:  Appointment of Research Faculty Policy and Procedures

http://www.unh.edu/provost/sites/unh.edu.provost/files/docs/ResearchFaculty.pdf

 

  • Research Faculty may fulfill some teaching and/or service responsibilities. However, research must remain the principal duty (50% or more) of the faculty member.

  • Research Faculty may serve as directors of graduate student research and may serve on thesis committees.

  • Research Faculty are not eligible for service in the Faculty Senate, nor are they eligible for sabbatical leave or tenure.

  • Voting rights of Research Faculty within a department or program are determined by the bylaws of the department, institute, or center.

  • Research Faculty otherwise have ordinary faculty privileges (library, parking, etc.). They are eligible for benefits in keeping with established Board of Trustees policy.

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the UNH Research Policy Guide:

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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UNH Research Faculty Policy Guide

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