October 19, 2019

faculty

  1. October 7, 2019

    Faculty group to consider changes to tenure-removal bylaws

    A working group of nine professors across U-M’s three campuses has begun the process of recommending revisions to policies that cover dismissal of tenured faculty.

  2. September 19, 2019

    Regents Roundup — September 2019

    Other items approved by the Board of Regents at its meeting Sept. 19.

  3. September 16, 2019

    Nominations sought for president’s awards for public engagement

    U-M leaders are encouraging campus community members to nominate faculty members who have demonstrated a commitment to public service for the president’s awards for public engagement.

  4. September 12, 2019

    Faculty grants available to help prevent, alleviate poverty

    U-M’s Poverty Solutions initiative is announcing its fourth round of faculty grants with up to $180,000 available to support research on ways to prevent and alleviate poverty.

  5. September 3, 2019

    Welcome back! Tips and updates for a new academic year

  6. July 18, 2019

    Six faculty members named Distinguished University Professors

    Six faculty members — John Z. Ayanian, Paul N. Courant, Judith T. Irvine, Earl Lewis, Anna Suk-Fong Lok and Scott E. Page — have been appointed Distinguished University Professors.

  7. March 7, 2019

    Ten faculty members seeking three seats on SACUA

    The U-M faculty’s Senate Assembly will choose three new members of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs on March 18 for three-year terms that begin May 1.

  8. February 18, 2019

    Policy prohibits faculty, others from romantic relationships with learners

    U-M faculty members are prohibited from having romantic or sexual relationships with undergraduate students following significant revisions to the faculty-student relationships policy.

  9. December 10, 2018

    New policy to ban faculty from romantic relationships with undergraduates

    U-M is moving ahead to create a new policy prohibiting faculty members from having romantic, sexual or amorous relationships with undergraduate students across all three campuses.

  10. September 4, 2018

    Q&A: SACUA chair outlines year for faculty governance

    Neil Marsh, chair of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, discusses what central faculty governance will focus on this year, as well as its role in the university.