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This procedure outlines the requirements related to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (“University”) Policy on SHRA Temporary Employment.
This document provides key deadlines throughout the year to assist with planning for Summer School.
Only current graduate or undergraduate students can be nominated as an instructor or in any other instructional support position, such as a grader. Units may not appoint anyone else into these positions. If a graduate student is to be graduated in May, he or she must be appointed as a visiting faculty member, following the appropriate procedures and conforming to the academic credentials required in a particular college or school.
This document describes the guidelines by which UNC-Chapel Hill faculty can be nominated to teach Summer School courses.
This document provides a summary of the Summer School calendar.
I have adopted the procedure described below as a guide in the evaluation of Directors of Centers or Institutes that report to the Office of the Provost. It is modeled on the review procedures we use for Vice Chancellors and Deans of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This article contains information on processing employees who are non-resident aliens and foreign nationals.
All EHRA non-faculty appointments or reappointments may be made contingent on the availability of funds other than continuing state budget funds or permanent trust funds. In many instances, the contingency is related to continued sponsored research contract and grant funding. When present, this contingency permits early discontinuation of the appointment contrary to the normal appointment terms.
Employee & Management Relations (E&MR) in the Office of Human Resources (OHR) provides this Facilitated Conversations Program to encourage supervisors and employees to work together to resolve their differences. The University values open and respectful communication among supervisors and employees, and through this program the University provides a venue for parties to talk freely and openly about their needs, interests, opinions, and point of view while addressing mutual concerns.
This document describes and serves as the repository for four Summer School forms: the Summer Administrator Form, the Instructor Nomination Form, the Other Instructor Nomination Form, and the Change Form.
This document describes criteria schools and departments can use to select which courses are taught during Summer School and how to promote those classes to ensure high enrollment in the face other summer opportunities for students, such as online courses, internships, jobs, etc.
This document provides information for students wishing to take Summer School classes at UNC-Chapel Hill. Topics addressed include: admissions, advising, course load, class attendance, auditing, drop-add, and withdrawals.
The amount of money available for non-personnel expenses of Summer School varies from year to year. Allocations are made for Supplies and Materials for Summer School courses. It is recognized that the expending of non-personnel funds may secondarily benefit instruction in fall or spring terms.
This document provides details on who may be a Summer School Administrator and describes that person's responsibilities including scheduling, stipends, payment schedules, and payment methods.
All information about Summer School is published on our website at Unit Summer School Administrators are responsible for submitting course listings for the website in early November and verifying the descriptions on the website in early January. The schedule information will go to the University Registrar and be reflected in the courses set up in ConnectCarolina.