Faculty & Staff Resources
Find resources for A&S Advancement, the weekly newsletter, technical support, college awards, Staff Senate, the A&S staff Facebook group, and a link to UofL Human Resources.
View College Governing Documents, Department Governing Documents, Calendar of Deadlines, Faculty Review Procedures and Forms and the Faculty Handbook.
This section provides information about annual work plans, procedures for annual, periodic, pretenure, tenure, and promotion reviews, and guidelines for selection and review of divisional and departmental officers.
Review procedures for the conduct of the faculty assembly and other responsibilities for College standing committees.
This resource will help you promote your department through various media channels. Included are event planning tools with step-by-step instructions, resources for how and where to publishing content in print and on the web, and contacts for assistance with fundraising and alumni relations.
The Monday Memo is a weekly email newsletter disseminated to A&S faculty and staff. This newsletter contains special messages from the Dean and/or Associate Deans, highlights about accomplishments within the departments, announcements, policy changes, or any other message to share will the entire college.
Please visit the A&S Research Office web pages for A&S research assistance, including proposals, budgets and funding opportunities.
The A&S technical support team can be reached at (502) 852-2528 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you call and reach our voicemail, please be sure to include your name, phone number, room number (if applicable), and department. If your department has a dedicated Tier I for technical support, contact that person directly first.
The College of Arts and Sciences is home to outstanding faculty and staff, and each year we recognize the level of commitment and the accomplishments of some of our best and brightest.
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This closed group was established for A&S faculty and staff to share ideas, disseminate information, and help foster a sense of community. A closed group means anyone can find the group and see who's in it, but only members can see posts.