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Sabbatical Leave

Annual Open Meeting will be held via ZOOM on Monday, May 4, 2020, at 3:00 

A sabbatical leave provides faculty with sustained time to do their research and creative activities, develop new courses or programs, acquire new qualifications and skills, and network with colleagues within and outside of the University. A sabbatical leave is not granted automatically. Each request for a sabbatical leave must include details such as the nature of the leave, location, scholarly work, and activities. 

Faculty members interested in applying for sabbatical leave should consult the Board of Regents and University guidelines and policies concerning sabbatical leaves.

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