The success of the University is closely connected to the remarkable quality of its faculty. Resources have been provided to support them in their teaching, research and service endeavors.
An index of Provost related policies pertaining recruiting, hiring, retention, and performance of faculty.
The online Faculty Handbook provides information about the University of Virginia, its conditions of employment, benefits, and administrative policies that are essential to the faculty experience. These policies are intended to support the University’s faculty - an innovative, collaborative and productive group of scholars and educators.
The Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost (EVPP) provides a broad range of academic career development opportunities such as workshops, mentoring, and support to all faculty members, including department chairs and deans.
Faculty Guides serve the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences community as an independent and confidential resource to discuss challenging faculty issues and identify related information regarding institutional policy.
The Provost’s Office provides, documents, and forms related to the academic activities of the University.
The Faculty Salary Study Task Force has issued its report to the Provost. This is the first detailed salary study of tenured and tenure track faculty to be undertaken at the University of Virginia.
A resource of all school and unit policies relating to non-tenure track faculty.
The work of search committee members and chairs is a valuable service to the university. Faculty excellence is foundational to organizational excellence and is rooted in the dedicated work of individual search committee members and chairs, and the committee as a whole, to attract the best possible applicant pool. A collection of resources has been provided for use during a search.
A guide to the UVA and Charlottesville Community
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