2 edition of hearings manual for faculty nonreappointment and other adversarial hearings found in the catalog.
hearings manual for faculty nonreappointment and other adversarial hearings
Robert E. Phay
by Institute of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in [Chapel Hill]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert E. Phay.|
|Contributions||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Institute of Government.|
|LC Classifications||KFN7793 .P47 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 84 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||82622613|
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Institute of Government.]. Review for Reappointment and Non-reappointment of Non-tenure-earning Faculty Review for Reappointment and Non-reappointment of Tenure-earning Faculty Notice of Non-reappointment Non-reappointment Because of Changes in Program Priorities Termination of a Non-Tenured Faculty Member for Cause.
This specific manual, Service and Accountability, Public Hearing Man- ual, is intended for use by Presidents of Commissions, committee members and committee clerks to help them in the organization and management of effective public hearings.
Manual For Administrative Law Judges and Hearing Officers iii This manual is designed to provide a starting point and general reference for administrative law judges and hearing officers. That administrative practitioners, law professors and law students may also find in it some value is a benefit of the manual, but not its primary intent.
It is. The hearing constitutes a confidential personnel event and is closed to the public unless the faculty member and the committee decide to open the hearing. In and hearings, the parties have the right to have an attorney representative. In and hearings, attorneys are not allowed. This manual can serve as a guide for non-APA hearing officers, but does not address the specifics of procedures unique to non-APA hearings.
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For information about decisions resulting from these hearings, see our Hearing Decisions page. M.D. Anderson Library and the Office of the Faculty Senate. A copy of the Faculty Handbook will be distributed on CDs as follows: one copy each to the remaining Vice Presidents and Deans, and two copies each to the M.D.
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Non-Reappointment, Reassignment, Removal, and Imposition of Sanctions Other Than Dismissal. Members of the administrative and professional faculty may be removed from their position by one of the following four procedures: (1) non-reappointment, (2) reassignment, (3) removal for just cause, or (4) abolition of position.
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The chapter 7 trustee, as the estate representative for the recovery, preservation, liquidation, and distribution of chapter 7.The Official Illinois Secretary of State collection of Administrative Hearings publications and forms.
Administrative Hearings Publications/Forms. Forms on this website are PDF forms with fillable fields and should be saved, opened and completed in Adobe Acrobat Reader (DC) for the best result.Upon request, sign-language interpreters for the hearing impaired will be provided by the Secretary of State's office at formal hearings.
If you require a sign-language interpreter, special accommodations or need more information regarding accessibility, please contact the location where you want your formal hearing or call the Illinois Relay.