ItemFull Time, Tenure-Track Professors and Librarians Eligible to Vote for and to Stand for Election to UFC(2013) University Faculty Council ItemIndiana University Bicentennial Strategic Plan, First Annual Report(2016-01-29) University Faculty Council ItemFlexibility in the Tenure Clock: Why the Time is Right to Adopt a 10-Year Probationary Period at the Indiana University School of Medicine(2008-12) Dankoski, Mary; Palmer, Megan; Bogdewic, Steve; IUSM Dean's Office for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development ItemIndiana University School of Medicine - Responses to Commonly Asked Questions about Proposal to Extend Tenure ClockPalmer, Megan M.; Dankoski, Mary E.; Bogdewic, Stephen P. ItemUniversity Faculty Council Reform Issues, Revised Recommendations(2011-03-29) UFCThis document attempts to summarize a developing consensus on the reform of the UFC based on recommendations from two documents (cited below) and related discussion at meetings of the UFC. ItemMemo re: IU Policy on Financial Conflict of Interest in Research(2012-10-25) Bloomington Conflict of Interest Committee ItemIndiana University Code of Conduct(2013-02-18) University Faculty Council Executive CommitteeThe purpose of this document is to explain the purpose and background of the proposed Indiana University Code of Conduct.This is not a new policy. Instead, the purpose is to reflect and make existing policy easier to understand, apply, and use. ItemIndiana University Shared Services Proposal for Common Calendar(University Faculty Council, 2014-02-14) University Faculty CouncilThe review of business processes under the Student Services Initiative Project determined that the university could provide better service to student and gain efficiencies and capture significant savings by implementing a common calendar. The benefits include reduced individual campus set-up and monitoring, less manual processing, streamlined data collection snapshots and report development, and the ability to better facilitate multi-campus students and faculty. ItemUnit Guide to Academic Continuity Planning(Office of the Vice President for University Regional Affairs, Planning, and Policy, 2010-06) Academic Continuity Task ForceThe purpose of this plan is to provide a general framework to guide planning and decision-making as it pertains to the academic functions of the university in the case of a campus crisis. The focus here is not on the university’s overall response to an institutional crisis, but to raise questions and address issues related to the academic core of the institution which need to be considered in any crisis response plan. This plan hones in on issues related to teaching, learning, promotion, tenure, and faculty appointments.