• Extra Duty Compensation Policy For Faculty

      Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (2005-12-07)
      7.11 Extra Duty Compensation Policy For Faculty: This policy covers the circumstances under which a Georgia Health Sciences University faculty member may receive extra compensation. Extra duty for faculty is defined as additional faculty responsibilities assigned for a temporary period of time, not to exceed one year. In accordance with Board of Regents Policy (BOR Policy 8.3.12.4) extra duty compensation for faculty is defined as additional compensation for extra duty service performed by a faculty member if all four of the following conditions are met: 1. The work is carried out in addition to a normal full load; 2. No other qualified person is available to carry out the work as part of his/her normal load; 3. The work produces sufficient income to be self-supporting (when educational activity's income exceeds itemized expenses, the excess funds may be distributed to program faculty as "Extra Compensation·); and 4. The additional duties are not so heavy as to interfere with the performance of regular duties.Nothing in this policy shall in any way conflict with or override any policy of any applicable faculty practice plan of any college within Georgia Health Sciences University.
    • Faculty Monthly Record of Leave and Other Absences

      Controller’s Division / Payroll; Georgia Health Sciences University (2000-09)
      To provide procedures and instruction for the monthly reporting and submission of the faculty members Monthly Record of Leave and Other Absences form.
    • Policy for Removal of Faculty Members

      Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (1990)
      7.25 Policy for Removal of Faculty Members: According to Board of Regents policy, the President of an institution may at any time remove any faculty member or other employee of an institution for cause. Cause shall include willful or intentional violation of the policies of the Board of Regents or the approved statutes of the institution. This policy describes the grounds for removal of a faculty member and the procedures to be followed as set forth by the Policy Manual of the Board of Regents, Section 803.11.
    • Policy for Suspension of Faculty for Violation of State or Federal Laws

      Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (2014-04-25)
      7.26 Policy for Suspension of Faculty for Violation of State or Federal Laws:When a faculty member at Georgia Health Sciences University is charged with the violation of a state or federal law, or is indicted for any such offense, the President of Georgia Health Sciences University shall carry out a thorough review of the circumstances. This policy describes the process to be followed should the above occur as set forth by the Policy Manual of the Board of Regents, Section 803.1 0.04.
    • Policy on Faculty Employment Beyond Retirement

      Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs (2002-04)
      7.07 Policy on Faculty Employment Beyond Retirement: This policy describes the conditions under v.tlich a faculty member v.tlo has retired from the University System of Georgia and is receiving retirement benefits may be re-employed by the University System. A retired faculty member may be rehired for less than 50% work commitment, wth less than 50% of the annual benefit-base salary that vvas earned at the time of retirement. In all circumstances, rehiring of a retired faculty member must be approved by the Board of Regents.