Sabbatical Leaves Sample Clauses

Sabbatical Leaves. 49. Members taking their first Sabbatical Leave after a probationary period at The University of Western Ontario shall receive 90.0% of their Base Salary; Members taking their second or subsequent Sabbatical Leave from The University of Western Ontario shall receive 85.0% of their Base Salary.
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Sabbatical Leaves. Sabbatical leaves are available to full-time academic employees in service to the Employer and to the State Community College System and are granted by the Employer upon the recommendation of the College President.
Sabbatical Leaves. Upon approval by the Superintendent of Schools, sabbatical leaves may be granted for study, travel, or research to members of the teaching staff, subject to the following conditions:
Sabbatical Leaves. A. The purposes of a sabbatical leave are to enable a teacher to pursue an activity that will benefit the school system by enhanced professional competence or to enable a teacher to perform in a critical area of need as well as benefit the teacher personally. Such activities might be study leading to a graduate degree with concentration in the individual's current teaching field and/or certification areas or study leading to a bachelor’s degree for a non-degree vocational teacher; or study leading to a graduate degree with concentration in an area of specialization other than the current teaching field and/or certification areas or travel.
Sabbatical Leaves. 8.1.1 Purpose Sabbatical leaves are granted for the purpose of engaging in activities which will enhance the professional growth and effectiveness of the recipients as members of the faculty at the University.
Sabbatical Leaves. A. Each State College/University shall have a sabbatical leave program for its full-time, tenured faculty members (including Demonstration Teachers and Demonstration Specialists at the X.X. Xxxxx School) and librarians who, as of June 30 prior to the year for which the leave is requested, have completed a period of six (6) or more years of service. Sabbatical leaves shall be in half year leaves granted to those applicants with meritorious applications as evaluated pursuant to the procedures at each College/University and no more than once every seven years. At each College/University two (2) half year leaves may be combined into one (1) full year leave. Application may be made for the purpose of pursing a substantial project designed to yield publishable results and/or enhance competency as a scholar or teacher. Sabbatical leaves may also be granted for the pursuit of an accredited terminal degree program in an appropriate field of study and/or such other criteria that may be established by the College/University. Locally negotiated or accepted procedures shall be followed in the implementation of the Sabbatical Leave program. To the extent that a College/University has a locally negotiated or accepted procedure, those procedures shall remain in full force and effect until such time as a change is negotiated. If no locally negotiated agreement is reached then changes, if any, shall be made in accordance with the New Jersey Employer-Employee Relations Act and its governing regulations. If no locally negotiated or accepted procedure exists, the local Union and the College/University shall negotiate a procedure for the Sabbatical Leave program in accordance with the New Jersey Employer-Employee Relations Act and its governing regulations.
Sabbatical Leaves. 13.1 A teacher holding a professional certificate with seven (7) or more consecutive years of satisfactory, active service in Harford County Public Schools may be granted a sabbatical leave of absence for the purpose of furthering professional growth by means of graduate study or other means approved by the Superintendent. Previous leaves of absence will be considered as not causing the teacher to lose years of service credit prior to that leave. Leave time itself, in all cases, will not be regarded as active service insofar as determining the seven (7) year sabbatical leave eligibility requirement.
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Sabbatical Leaves. A. A sabbatical leave shall be granted to a teacher by the Board for study, including study in an area of specialization for the purpose of obtaining a Master Degree, Doctorate Degree, or for other reasons of value to the school system subject to the following conditions:
Sabbatical Leaves. Sabbatical leaves are a privilege extended by the University for the purpose of strengthening the academic programs of the University while also strengthening the professional preparation of the individual faculty member in scholarship, creative activity, and teaching. While one-, two-, or three-term sabbaticals are allowed, the University believes that longer term sabbaticals better serve institutional needs; thus, the University encourages its faculty to take longer sabbaticals whenever possible. In exceptional circumstances, the institution may extend sabbatical privileges over two or three academic years to accommodate special program needs. In such an eventuality, the faculty member will be eligible for a sabbatical seven (7) years from the initial sabbatical year. Details governing sabbatical leaves are found in the Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) 580-021-0200 through 508- 021-0245 and in the Faculty Bylaws, Section 5.400. Below is a summary of key points regarding eligibility, obligations, and compensation for a sabbatical leave.
Sabbatical Leaves. A sabbatical leave is awarded to provide time and resources for qualified Bargaining Unit members to revitalize themselves through writing, scholarship, travel, research, and/or further formal educational study, which will contribute to the member's ability to discharge his or her obligations to the University. Sabbatical leave must be for the demonstrable benefit of the University in meeting its responsibilities of teaching, scholarship, service, and the advancement of knowledge, and must contribute to the further development of the Bargaining Unit member as a teacher and scholar. Funding for sabbatical leaves will normally be included in the University budget but will be limited by the fiscal resources of the institution and by staffing considerations. The leaves will be granted on the basis of the quality of the proposal, with the approval of the President of the University. There will be no loss of fringe benefits during the sabbatical and no break in years of service. Time spent on sabbatical leave shall count as full-time service at the University for purposes of promotion and other salary and retirement conditions. However, if the faculty member fails to return to NMHU following the sabbatical, the faculty member must reimburse the University salary and contributions for benefits and retirement, and other university incurred expenses. There will be automatic reinstatement of the Bargaining Unit member to the assignment held prior to the sabbatical. Upon request, the Faculty Association will receive a list of those who applied for sabbatical, and those who are granted one, along with a notice of replacements hired or assigned to the Bargaining Unit member's workload. No member shall lose entitlement to consideration for a sabbatical leave because of failure to use a sabbatical leave due to scheduling or personal issues affecting his or her planning. The faculty member may reapply during the next cycle. The deadline for faculty applications will be November 1. Faculty members may apply for sabbatical leaves for the next academic year or the year following. The deadline for the administrative decision to grant a sabbatica1(s) will be March 1 of the academic year in which the application is received. However, sabbaticals awarded a year in advance may be withdrawn for fiscal reasons or staffing considerations up to one semester prior to the scheduled start of the sabbatical. Sabbatical leaves are competitive and will be awarded on the basis of merit and ...
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