Active And Modified Duties
There may be times when workload can be managed to support changes in work and life. The webpage is a list of links to initiatives and instruments to explore modified duties.
A review of the academic discussion on part-time tenure, some data, and results from some studies are given in this presentation. It was presented in Panel 1 called Part-time on the Tenure-track: The Nexus between Policy and Utilization.
“As part of Georgia Tech's NSF ADVANCE Program faculty may apply for funding available for supplementing teaching loads related to childbirth or family leave. These applications must be approved by chair, dean and provost. This funding is limited and must be shared across Colleges based on number of requests and departmental budgetary constraints.” Information about the program is organized into the categories of Active Service - Modified Duties Statement of Intent, Procedure, What to include in your reques
The Skidmore Union Network offers the following grant opportunities to female assistant and associate professors in the STEM disciplines at Skidmore and Union Colleges. The Visit Here or There Grants are available to assistant and associate professors. At both institutions, the Advanced Education Grants are available to associate professors at both institutions, and the Teaching Load Modification Grants are available to Union College assistant and associate professors.
Georgia Tech’s ADVANCE Program has an initiative to help people who need to change their duties with funding. Information on this program can be found in this presentation which covers how to apply, what to put in your request, request letter formats, guidelines, leave issues, criteria, and data.
Information about the Stop The Clock program, the benefits of its use, and why it is not used is discussed in this presentation.