|Title and Description
Seton Hall requires that all full and part-time, permanent and temporary faculty (including adjunct faculty), administrators and bargaining and non-bargaining unit staff consent to an appropriate background check prior to employment with the University, as well as prior to promotion or transfer within the University.
|background check,policy,procedure,counsel,provost||Background Check Policy|
The use of intellectual property, such as materials protected by copyright, is affected by the ownership rights in those materials. In our educational environment and as members of the Seton Hall University community, we recognize the value of those rights as expressed in the copyright laws of the United States.
|copyright,intellectual property,ownership,rights,law,fair use||Copyright Policy|
The policy provides eligible tenured faculty at the South Orange campus with the opportunity to enter into phased retirement agreements
|faculty,phased,policy,retrement,south orange campus,tenure,tenured||Phased Retirement Policy for Tenured Faculty at the South Orange Campus|
In recognition of distinguished and meritorious service rendered to Seton Hall University, the provost may confer on a retired faculty member a number of privileges.
|Policies,academic,emerita,emeritus,faculty,policy,provost,retired||Policy for Award of the Status of Professor Emeritus|
The Principal Investigator's Handbook contains the standard policies, procedures and forms that faculty need to seek external support for research, teaching and outreach.
|SURF,TLTR,URC,awards,challenge,databases,faculty development,faculty initiatives,federal,fellowships,foundations,grants,handbook,principal investigators,proposal development,publications,research,scholarship,state,workshops||Principal Investigator's Handbook|
Policy and procedure described for promotion, tenure and sabbaticals.
|faculty,faculty guide,promotion,provost,rank,sabbatical,tenure||Procedures for Promotion, Tenure, Sabbaticals|
Any research project, class activity, or testing procedure involving the use of animals must be reviewed and approved by the IACUC before initiation.
|animal,animal research,iacuc,provost||Review Process|
Students who have a physical, medical, learning or psychiatric disability, either temporary or permanent, may be eligible for reasonable accommodations at the University.
|disability support services,learning disability,medical disability,permanent disability,physical disability,psychiatric disability,reasonable accommodations,statement on students with disabilities,students with disabilities,temporary disability||Statement on Students with Disabilities||
Office of the Provost
Fax (973) 275-2361
Presidents Hall Rm. 112