Sabbatical Leave

Faculty members interested in applying for sabbatical leave should consult the guidelines and policies concerning sabbatical leaves and attend the Open Meeting on Sabbatical Leaves:


Sabbatical Leave Deadlines:

Below are important dates for the sabbatical leave process.

  1. Applications for sabbatical leave should reach the Office of the Provost no later than Monday, November 3, 2014, at 5 p.m., for sabbatical leaves during the 2015-2016 academic year. The individual schools, college, or divisions will establish specific earlier dates for submitting applications to allow for peer review, evaluation and endorsement before the November 3 deadline.
  2. Any eligible faculty or academic staff member may submit an application for a sabbatical leave without the endorsement of the departmental chairperson, dean or director. Such applications must reach the Office of the Provost by Tuesday, September 2, 2014, at 5 p.m., and will be referred to the appropriate department/unit and/or school for comment. They will be treated in the same manner as other sabbatical leave applications. Completed applications may be sent via email to facultydev@ku.edu
  3. Applications received after the published deadlines or incomplete applications will not be accepted for review.

 

Applicant:

Department/Center, Schools without departments, and Libraries Evaluation Form:

Schools with departments, College, and Office of Research Evaluation Form:

 

2014-2015 University Committee on Sabbatical Leaves

Name Department/School Term Expires
Jeff Vitter Provost and Vice Chancellor  
Brent Metz Associate Professor, Anthropology 2017
Milena Stanislavova Professor, Mathematics 2017
Laura Mielke* Associate Chair, English 2015
Michael Murray** Professor, Physics & Astronomy 2015
Patricia Manning Associate Professor, Spanish & Portuguese 2016
John Stratton Associate Librarian, KU Libraries 2017
Steven Maynard-Moody Professor, School of Public Affairs & Administration 2016
Margaret Severson Professor, School of Social Welfare 2015
Belinda Sturm Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering 2016

* interim for Iris Fischer while she is on leave

** finishing last year for Bruce Lieberman

 

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