Sabbaticals are short periods when faculty have an opportunity to conduct research, study, revise courses, take courses and improve their teaching and scholarship. Sabbaticals are competitive, and faculty considering a sabbatical are advised to understand the application process long before their prospective date of leave.
Sabbatical applications for 2013 are due March 25, 2013 at 4:00pm. faculty would be applying this spring for a sabbatical in the fall, 2014 (at the earliest).
Faculty who are interested in applying for a sabbatical should plan to attend a university-wide meeting on Wednesday, February 6 at 4:00. The location will be G-41 Stephenson, where the guidelines for the 2013 year will be distributed and questions addressed by the members of the University-Wide Sabbatical Leave Committee.
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Candidates are asked to attach a brief version of any former sabbaticals they have been granted. The intent of this requirement is for notification purposes only. See “Sabbatical Guidelines” for more information.
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