Policy issuances, 1992-1994

Effective Date APM Description

7/1/93

035

Revised APM - 035

   

APM - 035 has been revised to conform to California Education Code requiring the University to publish its sexual harassment policy. Additionally, the University's policy on affirmative action is now stated in this section.

7/1/93

150

Issued APM - 150

   

This policy provides guidance on the standards and safeguards for instituting corrective action on dismissal of non-Senate academic appointees.

8/26/93

220

Issued APM - 220-80-j and 220-84-b

   

These policy sections were revised to provide clarification that notice and the opportunity to comment on a preliminary assessment by the Academic Vice Chancellor shall ensue prior to a final decision. In the case of non-reappointment of an Assistant Professor in a major review, when the assessment by the Academic Vice Chancellor is not to promote or differs from the departmental recommendation, access to extradepartmental records and opportunity to comment on the records are provided to the candidate and the department, prior to the final decision.

2/1/94

210

Updated 210-1, Appendix A and revised 210-4-c(1)

 

360

Revised APM - 360 and APM - 360, Appendix A

 

 

APM - 210-1, Appendix A was updated with the 6/87 AAUP Statement on Professional Ethics.

 

 

APM - 210-4-c(1) and 360 were revised to be consistent with policy revisions issued 8/1/92 to APM - 158 and 160 and 8/26/93 to 220-84-b. These technical changes provide a librarian with access to redacted copies of confidential review records and also provide that a librarian undergoing a career status review be provided preliminary assessment notification and access to and opportunity to comment on records prior to a final decision.

 

 

APM - 360, Appendix A has been revised as a result of the 1993 reopener negotiations between the University and the University Federation of Librarians (UFL). Provisions on Review Packet Inspection and Code of Professional Conduct have been deleted.

2/1/94

270

Revised APM - 270-84-b

 

275

Revised APM - 275-84-b

 

280

Revised APM - 280-84-b

 

 

APM - 220-84-b which was revised 8/26/93 provides preliminary notification and opportunity for an Assistant Professor in a major review to gain access to extradepartmental records and to comment on the records when the assessment is not to promote or differs from the departmental recommendation. APM - 270-84-b, 275-84-b, and 280-84-b that apply to Assistant Professor in Residence, Assistant Professor of Clinical (e.g., Medicine), and Assistant Adjunct Professor in Residence, respectively, have been revised. The terms and conditions of these three series parallel those applicable to the Professor series (APM - 220), and these technical changes ensure consistency of policy across the series.