Sabbatical Leave Sample Clauses

Sabbatical Leave. Regular employees covered by this Agreement shall be eligible for sabbatical leave under the terms of Seattle Municipal Code Chapter 4.33.
Sabbatical Leave. The Superintendent may grant a sabbatical leave of absence for study or independent research for one (1) year at half pay or for one-half year at half pay whenever school is in session to any regularly appointed teacher who has completed seven (7) consecutive years of service in the Providence School Department. The teacher shall have the option of selecting the period of leave. Approval of a request shall not be unreasonably withheld. The number of requests approved shall not be capped. Requests for sabbatical leave for a full year or for a half year commencing at the beginning of the first semester shall be submitted to the Superintendent or his/her designated representative on or before May 31 in the school year preceding the school year for which the request is made. The Superintendent shall render a decision regarding such request as soon as possible after receipt but in no case will the decision be made later than the last day of the school year. Request for sabbatical leave for a full year or a half year commencing at the beginning of the second semester shall be submitted to the Superintendent or his/her designated representative no later than December 1 of the school year for which the leave is requested. The Superintendent shall render a decision regarding such request as soon as possible after receipt but in no case will the decision be made later than January 1 of the school year for which the leave is requested. When a teacher has received a sabbatical leave, further eligibility shall not commence until seven (7) more consecutive years of service are completed in the Providence School Department. Absences totaling more than ninety (90) school days within a teacher’s school year shall be considered as breaking the continuity of seven (7) consecutive years. A teacher’s school year shall be that period between his/her annual increments. Any teaching activities connected with a scholastic fellowship or grant shall not be considered as employment. FURTHER, a teacher requesting such leave must undertake a program of studies approved by the Superintendent carrying no less than twelve (12) classroom credits per semester unless the writing of a thesis is involved or the proposed study is towards a doctorate. Where the writing of a thesis or a doctoral study is involved, the Superintendent shall be empowered to approve a program of studies of less than twelve (12) classroom credits, but the combined credits for classroom work and the writing of a thesis...
Sabbatical Leave. Pursuant to Section 380.1235 of the Revised School Code, teachers who have been employed for seven (7) years may be granted a sabbatical leave for one year upon application to and with the approval of the Board. During said sabbatical leave, the teacher shall be considered to be in the employ of the Board and shall be paid, by the Board, the difference between whatever stipend he may receive and his full salary for that year including all fringe benefits. This provision shall not apply to any sabbatical leaves which the Board is legally required to grant. The teacher shall agree to return to employment in the Hastings Area School System for a period of two full years immediately following the completion of his sabbatical leave or refund on the Board's grant, where the teacher has received compensation and/or fringe benefit continuation from the Board during leave. Any period spent on sabbatical leave shall be treated as teaching service for the purpose of applying the salary schedule set forth in Schedule A of this Agreement.
Sabbatical Leave. The purpose of a sabbatical leave is to provide an extended period of leave from a registered nurse’s customary work to acquire new skills and training. The sabbatical makes available the necessary time to pursue significant professional development activities, e.g., full-time academic study, participation in research projects, foreign travel to examine alternative health care options, providing health care in underserved areas, publishing. Registered nurses are eligible for their first sabbatical after working a minimum of ten (10) years of continuous regular employment as a registered nurse. An employee who qualifies may request 1) a sabbatical of up to six (6) months, or 2) a sabbatical of up to one (1) year after working thirteen (13) years of continuous regular employment. Registered nurses granted a sabbatical will receive fringe benefits consistent with their FTE level, subject to the availability of insurance coverage, and will retain their seniority. The total number of sabbatical leaves that may be granted during any one (1) year will not exceed ten (10). An employee granted a sabbatical agrees to return to employment with KFHPWA following sabbatical for at least one (1) year. Employees returning from sabbatical leave of no more than six (6) months shall be reinstated to their prior position. Thereafter, employees will be reinstated to the first available position. An employee is eligible to apply for another sabbatical only after seven (7) years have elapsed after the original sabbatical leave. The education committee under Article 14.1 shall recommend criteria for selection of the candidates and other guidelines for administering the sabbatical leave.
Sabbatical Leave. An ASF Member eligible for an Employer Contribution immediately prior to taking a sabbatical leave continues to receive the Employer Contribution during the sabbatical leave.
Sabbatical Leave. Subd. 1. The President may grant a sabbatical leave to any ASF Member who proposes to undertake additional study or other endeavors that will enhance the ASF Member's contribution to the university.
Sabbatical Leave. A. A full-time teacher who has completed five (5) years of service may, with the permission of the Board and the Superintendent, be entitled to take a leave of absence for one (1) or two (2) semesters subject to the following restrictions: The teacher shall present to the Superintendent for approval, a plan for professional growth prior to such a grant of permission, and at the conclusion of the leave provide evidence that the plan was followed. The teacher shall be required to return to the District at the end of the leave for a period of at least one (1) year, if requested by the Board, unless the teacher has completed twenty-five (25) years of teaching in this state.
Sabbatical Leave. Neither SUCCESS employees nor sign language interpreters are eligible for this provision. A sabbatical leave may be granted to a regular full time employee for the purpose of study, travel, or other reasons involving probable advantage to the school system. A sabbatical leave shall be for either one or two consecutive semesters. Written application must be made to the office of the Chief Human Resources Officer before the last day of the first semester for the following year, or by the last day of the second semester of the prior year for the second semester of the next year. An employee requesting sabbatical leave must have completed five (5) consecutive satisfactory full time years of service with the Employer following probation. An employee on sabbatical leave shall be provided the opportunity to purchase insurance benefits described in Article XVIII at the Employer plan’s premium cost. Not more than five(5) teachers may hold sabbatical leaves simultaneously. The office of the Chief Human Resources Officer shall make selection of an employee for receipt of sabbatical leave. While on leave, an employee may not engage in full time employment except upon receipt of written permission from the office of the Chief Human Resources Officer. This does not preclude acceptance of fellowships or other grants or gifts. Regular full time employees who have been granted a sabbatical leave will agree to return to the service of the Employer for a period equal to two (2) times the length of the sabbatical leave. If an employee does not fulfill this obligation to return to regular service at the expiration of the leave, all pay received during the leave will become immediatelydue and payable to the Employer.
Sabbatical Leave. 25F.09 The assessment of applicants for sabbatical leave shall be consistent with Article 31B.
Sabbatical Leave. The purpose of sabbatical leave is to provide an opportunity for faculty members to engage in scholarly, creative, professional, research, or other academic activities that will enhance the faculty member’s contribution to the College. Sabbatical leave is an important element in professional development. Tenured faculty members who have been employed as faculty at the College for at least seven (7) consecutive years shall be eligible to apply for sabbatical assignments. Faculty members are not eligible to receive sabbatical assignments more frequently than once every seven (7) years. Each College shall make available at least one (1) sabbatical per fifty (50) faculty members, or major fraction thereof, per year. Awarding of such sabbatical shall be contingent upon the receipt of a meritorious proposal. Applications for sabbaticals shall be submitted according to a deadline established by the Academic Vice President, but no later than December 1st of the fall semester of the year preceding the year for which the sabbatical is requested. The application shall include a plan of professional development to be pursued during the assignment and a statement of the anticipated value of the sabbatical to the faculty member and the College. Each College shall establish a committee to evaluate the sabbatical applications and make recommendations to the Academic Vice President. After consultation with the Academic Vice President, the President shall make final decisions on all applications. Faculty members will be notified in writing of the President’s sabbatical decisions no later than February 1st. Sabbatical assignment compensation may be set at full pay for one academic semester, one-half (1/2) pay for the academic year, or a lesser amount. Faculty members may avail themselves of fellowships, assistantships or other sources of limited means, to offset travel and displacement cost while on sabbatical; however, this Section shall not permit full-time employment while on sabbatical. Faculty members on sabbatical will continue to receive the proportionate share of the College’s contribution for applicable insurance and retirement plans. The remaining portion will be paid by the faculty member. Within ninety (90) days following return from sabbatical, the faculty member shall submit to the Academic Vice President a written report summarizing the activities and results of the sabbatical assignment. A recipient of a sabbatical assignment may, at the discretion of the Pre...