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faculty manual 2000

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FACULTY MANUAL 2000TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................1A. NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE MANUAL.........................................................1B. PROCEDURES FOR CHANGING THE FACULTY MANUAL...................................1C. SCHEDULE FOR PREPARING REVISIONS FOR FACULTY MANUAL.................2D. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS................................................................................................3II.ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION......................................................................5A. MISSION STATEMENT AND GOALS...........................................................................5B. BOARD OF VISITORS......................................................................................................6C. ADMINISTRATION..........................................................................................................6D. PLANNING, ASSESSMENT, BUDGETING, AND INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH10E. DECISION/RECOMMENDATION-MAKING PROCESS FOR ACADEMICMATTERS..............................................................................................................................16III.FACULTY..............................................................................................................................17A. COMPOSITION...............................................................................................................17B. RECRUITING/SELECTION...........................................................................................17C. ENGLISH FLUENCY POLICY.......................................................................................19D. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT......................................................................20E. SEXUAL HARASSMENT STATEMENT.....................................................................20F. UNIFORMS AND MILITARY RANK ...........................................................................20G. GRADUATE FACULTY.................................................................................................21H. FELLOWS: (THE CITADEL DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION................................23I. CHAIRS (ENDOWED.......................................................................................................24J. PROFESSORSHIPS (ENDOWED...................................................................................25K. ADJUNCT FACULTY.....................................................................................................26L. EMERITI FACULTY.......................................................................................................28M. PRECEDENCE................................................................................................................29 N. ACADEMIC FREEDOM.................................................................................................29O. POLITICAL ACTIVITY..................................................................................................30P. ANNUAL FACULTY EVALUATION PROCEDURES................................................31Q. PROMOTION AND TENURE........................................................................................35R. POST-TENURE REVIEW...............................................................................................35S. MILITARY PROMOTIONS............................................................................................35T. COMPENSATION...........................................................................................................36U. OUTSIDE WORK POLICY............................................................................................36V. TEACHING AWARDS...................................................................................................37W. REDUCTION IN FORCE...............................................................................................37X. DISMISSAL FOR CAUSE..............................................................................................37Y. FACULTY GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES....................................................................37Z. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS..................................................................................................38
 
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IV:COLLEGE GOVERNANCE.................................................................................................38A. DEANS.............................................................................................................................38B. ACADEMIC BOARD......................................................................................................41C. DEPARTMENT HEADS.................................................................................................41D. GRADUATE COUNCIL.................................................................................................48E. FACULTY COUNCIL......................................................................................................48F. STANDING COMMITTEES...........................................................................................48V.PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT....................................................................................49A. THE CITADEL DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION......................................................49B. FACULTY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS........................................................................49C. SABBATICALS...............................................................................................................49D. RESEARCH AND PRESENTATION GRANTS...........................................................50E. GRADUATE STUDY STIPENDS..................................................................................50F. OFFICIAL TRAVEL.........................................................................................................51VI.POLICIES AND PROGRAMS..............................................................................................52A. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES..................................................................................52B. DIRECTED STUDIES/RESEARCH...............................................................................56C. EVALUATION OF TEACHER TRAINING INTERNSHIPS.......................................56D. HONORS PROGRAM.....................................................................................................57E. ATTENDANCE REPORTS FOR CADET CLASSES...................................................57F. EXAMINATIONS.............................................................................................................59G. GRADING POLICIES......................................................................................................60H. STUDENT GRIEVANCES..............................................................................................63I. EVALUATION OF TEACHING......................................................................................64J. ADVISING RESPONSIBILITIES....................................................................................65K. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES................................................................................66VII.SUPPORT SERVICES...........................................................................................................67A. PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE......................................................................................67B. LIBRARY..........................................................................................................................67C. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES..............................................................68D. PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY.............................................................................68E. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES POLICIES....................................................................69
 
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I.INTRODUCTIONA. NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE MANUALThe Citadel Faculty Manual provides information pertaining to the faculty member's participation in the business of the College and in the College community. The need to have amanual of manageable size dictates that this document, though comprehensive, be less thancomplete. In certain places the reader is directed to other documents or sources for more detailedinformation.Part I describes the nature and function of the manual and outlines the procedure for revising the manual.Part II presents the organization of the College and describes the responsibilities of its primary administrators.Part III treats the principal contractual relationships between faculty and the College, e.g., policies and procedures for appointment, reappointment, tenure, promotion, evaluation, andreconciliation of grievances. These policies have generally been developed by faculty committees,reviewed by the Faculty Council and the faculty as a whole, approved by the Academic Board andthe President, and enacted by the Board of Visitors. Some sections of Part III deal with personnelmatters and refer to policies established by actions of the General Assembly of South Carolina. The primary responsibility for maintaining the currency of sections describing State policies resides withthe Director of Human Resources.Part IV deals with college governance and describes the decision making process for academic matters.Part V outlines opportunities provided by the College for professional development of thefaculty.Part VI sets forth the professional responsibilities of faculty. These have generally beendeveloped through the mutual agreement of the faculty and the college administration.Part VII contains information on support services and facilities available to the faculty.B. PROCEDURES FOR CHANGING THE FACULTY MANUALOverall responsibility for the maintenance of The Citadel Faculty Manual is vested in theOffice of the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of the College. The Faculty Manual is to be made available on the campus computer network, hardcopies with all appendices are to be placed on file in the Library and in each academic department, and hardcopies of the text of themanual without appendices will be provided to each new faculty member and to other members of the faculty upon request. While changes may be made at any time, the Faculty Manual is toundergo a complete review on a five-year cycle beginning with the 1996-97 academic year. The

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