To be named
Senate Elected Members:
Elver Ramirez Franco, CLA, 1-8285, email@example.com, 2026
Tricia Jones, KMC, 1-3152, firstname.lastname@example.org, 2026**
Lu Lu, STHM, 1-3019, email@example.com, 2026**
Laura Katz Rizzo, BCMD, 1-6279, firstname.lastname@example.org, 2026**
Ryan Tierney, CPH, 1-4001, email@example.com, 2026
Andrew Wit, TYL, 1-2137, firstname.lastname@example.org, 2026**
Deirdre Dingman, CPH, email@example.com
Bojana Gligorijevic, COE, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andreas Metz, CST,email@example.com
Sabina Neugebauer, CEHD, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Vogel, FSBM, email@example.com
Lindsay Weightman, BCMD, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alese Woodich, CLA, email@example.com
(Updated November 8, 2023)
The committee shall review Sabbatical, Grant-in-Aid, and Summer Research applications and recommend to the Provost or other designated University officers which should be awarded. The Provost shall then make these awards at his/her discretion.
The Provost or other designated university officer will consult with a University Sabbatical Committee consisting of 13 faculty members from the TAUP bargaining unit. Seven (7) members shall be selected by the Provost and six (6) members shall be selected by the Faculty Senate. Of the six (6) selected by the Faculty Senate, at least one (1) shall be an NTT faculty member. To maintain disciplinary breadth and diversity on the committee, no more than one (1) faculty member per school or college may be selected by the Faculty Senate to serve at one time. These are rotating, three-year terms. No one may serve more than two consecutive full terms.
The committee shall recommend to the Provost or other designated university officer which sabbaticals should be awarded. The Provost shall then award sabbaticals in their discretion.
This committee meets three to four times for two hours primarily in November and December. On-line application materials are available for review in advance of each meeting.