Visiting. This type of non-tenure track contract is issued to a faculty member for a term of up to one year and may be renewable to cover a period of up to three academic years. The number of Visiting contracts for a year shall not exceed six. The salary for a visiting faculty member that falls below the minimum for a particular rank specified in Article 4 shall be determined by consultation and approval of the Executive Committee of the Association and the Provost. Faculty on a Visiting contract shall not have the shared rights specified in Article 9.4 of the Agreement. Faculty on a Visiting contract shall not be eligible to apply for a sabbatical, a FIL, or a Research Professorship, and shall not be eligible to receive a Distinguished Professorship Award. ● Postdoctoral: This type of contract is issued to a faculty member who has completed a doctoral degree in their field. There shall be two (2) types of postdoctoral contracts: a Research Postdoctoral and a Teaching Postdoctoral. A Research Postdoctoral shall not exceed four (4) SH per semester in teaching, and a Teaching Postdoctoral shall not exceed nine (9) SH per semester in teaching. This type of contract may be renewed no more than one (1) time. A faculty member holding a Postdoctoral contract is not eligible to apply for tenure and promotion, sabbatical, faculty improvement leave, Research Professorship, reassigned time under Article 26.4, or Distinguished Professorship Awards.
Visiting. The term “Visiting” as used in this Agreement, shall mean all individuals covered by this Agreement who are hired to teach full-time loads on a temporary basis. Visiting faculty shall be hired at an appropriate rank. In exceptional cases, the President of the University may appoint an individual to a one-year visiting term, based on experience, merit, and potential for enhancing educational offerings for students. The RFF shall be provided advance notice of terms of such appointments. All visiting appointments shall only be additions, and not used to replace existing faculty members or existing faculty positions. Visiting appointments shall not exceed two years duration. Any visiting faculty subsequently hired as full-time faculty must be hired through the process outlined in Article 14. Such individuals who are hired may be eligible, as determined by the Provost, to be credited for their years as “visiting” in regards to application for rolling contract and for promotion.
Visiting. A non-tenure track paid temporary appointment of limited duration (up to 25 two years) for (1) an individual who holds a like, similar, or relevant appointment at 26 another institution or (2) pursuant to norms of the specific discipline, an individual who 27 has recently obtained a terminal degree and is seeking further professional experience 28 prior to seeking a professorship.
Visiting. I understand that it is my right and responsibility to visit my child in foster care and that it is important to visit my child regularly. I may decide, together with the Department, when, where and how often I may visit my child, unless there is a court order that states my rights about visits with my child or the court orders a specific visiting plan. Any court orders about my right to visit my child will remain in effect and are stated here or attached to this document as required by law: Court-ordered visitation description: Order attached: No one may stop or limit my visits without approval from a court after a hearing. I understand that I will be told about a hearing to stop or limit my visits. I may attend the court hearing and object to any change.
Visiting. The term “visiting” shall mean all individuals covered by this Agreement who are hired to teach full-time loads on a temporary basis. Visiting faculty shall be hired at an appropriate rank.
Visiting librarian The employer may appoint a visiting librarian to carry out a special project requiring specific qualifications which are such that it cannot be taken on by librarian members of the bargaining unit, or in order to implement personnel exchanges with other universities or organizations. In such an event, the following provisions shall apply.
Visiting days for professional improvement may be allowed to a teacher who makes a request to the Superintendent through his/her principal. The request must be made in writing, stating the purpose of the visit and the place to be visited. The substitute will be paid by the Board for such approved days. Visiting days shall not result in a loss of pay.
Visiting. Security Officers: Are prohibited from entering a working area of a client more than ten (10) minutes before the start of their work shift and from remain ing more than ten (10) minutes after their shift has ended. Security Officers are not permitted to enter any work area of a client for any purpose during their off-duty hours except as may be expressly authorized by appropriate authorities. This prohibition does not apply to off-duty employees entering a client's pre mises as a member of the general public for purposes for which the client's business is held open to the general public. Will not permit individuals to visit with them for the purpose of discussing personal or other unofficial matters while on duty at a client's premises.