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  • Faculty Promotion and Tenure Review Procedures
    Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Dean of Faculty Provost Current Faculty Review and Promotion Menu Menu Faculty Review and Promotion Information regarding annual reviews and reporting as well as details about the path to achieving tenure and promotion Annual Consultations Guidelines for annual consultations untenured faculty Annual self report guidelines all faculty Joint Appointments Joint appointments recognize the interdisciplinary scholarly and teaching activities of Colgate faculty LEARN MORE Career Progression Third year review Fall 2015 Third year Review Spring 2016 Third year Review Tenure and promotion to associate professor Fall 2015 Tenure Spring 2016 Tenure Promotion to full professor Fall 2015 Promotion Spring 2016 Promotion More Information Contact the Office of the Provost and Dean of the Faculty for more information Offices and Services Accounting and Control Campus Safety Commencement Communications Office Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of Faculty Provost Interim Provost Constance Harsh Current Faculty Teaching Summer Research Fellows Leading Off Campus Study Faculty Handbook

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/deanoffacultyoffice/currentfaculty/reviewprocedures (2016-02-01)
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  • Assessment - Colgate University
    Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Dean of Faculty Provost Current Faculty Assessment Learning Assessment Learning assessment is an important element in providing the most effective instruction possible for our students Menu Menu News We are pleased to announce the availability of funds to limit the impact of financial constraints on departments efforts to improve their learning assessment activities Request for Proposals PDF Resources We will announce additional resources as they become available Suggestions are welcome Please send them to your division s representative on the assessment committee or Neil Albert Learning Assessment Plan Guide PDF Including a checklist on page 1 Learning Assessment Plan Example PDF Contact Information If you have any questions regarding learning assessment or are seeking feedback on your own learning assessment plans please contact Neil Albert Learning Assessment Coordinator Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology nalbert colgate edu Ken Belanger Director of Assessment Professor of Biology Associate Dean of the Faculty kbelanger colgate edu Assessment Committee Neil Albert Chair Ex Officio NASC Krista Ingram AHUM Penny Lane SOSC Michael Hayes UNST Kira Stevens CORE Ken Valente DOC Scott Brown Libraries Peter Rogers Doug Johnson AAB Brendt Simpson Ex Officio Ken Belanger Ex Officio Student representative Offices and Services Accounting and Control Campus Safety Commencement Communications Office Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of Faculty Provost Interim Provost Constance Harsh Current Faculty Teaching Summer Research Fellows Leading Off Campus Study Faculty Handbook Faculty Governance Funding Opportunities Benefits Review and Promotion Assessment Intellectual Property

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/deanoffacultyoffice/currentfaculty/assessment (2016-02-01)
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  • Faculty Intellectual Property - Colgate University
    Dean of Faculty Provost Current Faculty Intellectual Property Menu Menu Intellectual Property at Colgate These policies apply to the ownership of patents and copyrights in works invented or created by Colgate students staff and faculty Faculty includes academic library and athletic faculty using university funds facilities or other resources The Committee on Intellectual Property oversees these policies Copyright Policy READ COPYRIGHT POLICY Patent Policy READ PATENT POLICY Committee on Intellectual Property The committee on intellectual property serves as an advisory committee to the Provost on all University intellectual property issues The committee s responsibilities will include the review of intellectual property issues affecting the University determination of ownership of intellectual property recommendation of policies for allocation of revenues and review or development of policy recommendations pertaining to intellectual property The membership of the committee is as follows Associate Provost Chair Financial Vice President and Treasurer or delegate Chief Information Technology Officer Director of Corporate Foundation and Government Relations Four faculty one each from the academic divisions of humanities natural sciences and mathematics and social sciences and one from the library elected by the faculty for three year terms which are renewable Distance Learning Intellectual property rights and distance learning are connected in important ways The topic of online courses for credit is of such great scope that it deserves special and immediate consideration by the Committee on Intellectual Property The Committee will investigate the full range of issues and report its recommendations including policies for the university to adopt within 12 months from the date that the committee is established E mail Use Policy Colgate University provides an e mail system for students faculty staff alumni and others to facilitate communication related to academic administrative and community engagement matters E mail is an official means of communication for the university

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/deanoffacultyoffice/currentfaculty/intellectual-property (2016-02-01)
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  • Grant Application Approval - Colgate University
    uses human subjects animals radioactive or hazardous substances must be approved by the chair of the appropriate committee Space for their approval is provided on the approval form Any reader who has comments or reservations particularly those that should be seen by others reading the proposal should record those comments or remarks on the comment section of the cover sheet Grant Application Approval by Department Chair Meeting with your department chair is a crucial first step Since the department chair is likely to be the only reader familiar with the faculty member s discipline he or she should read the text carefully and be certain that it makes sense The department chair should make certain that the budget includes all relevant costs Some proposals commit the department to providing space and other resources necessary to successful completion of the project often including release time for the faculty member The department chair should make certain that the department can meet these expectations should the proposal be funded The department chair should note the curricular impact of any proposed project and make certain it is in line with the department s resources and mission The department chair should discuss the proposal with the faculty member noting strengths and weaknesses and raising questions regarding space budget release time or curricular impact Grant Application Approval by Division Director The role of the division director in the approval process To pay particular attention to staffing implications of any grant proposal including the need for secretarial clerical and or technical support To be alert to any space requirements particularly if grant funds are to support construction of new space or modification of existing space To check matching fund requirements and establish the source of institutional matching funds if required To be alert to the need for special signatures such as those of the animal control officer or the chair of the institutional review board To consider the curricular impact of the proposed project Grant Application Approval by Associate Provost and Provost Dean of the Faculty The role of the dean provost s office in the approval process To consider the grant in terms of the long term commitment of institutional resources required by a proposed project To be alert to any aspects of the proposal that will require extensive or exclusive use of particular space or that will entail construction of new space or renovation of existing space To consider the institutional appropriateness of the proposed project is it something that Colgate should be doing To check the budget and make certain that all salary figures including provisions for annual raises are accurate and that the institution can meet any matching requirements To review federal grants for financial conflict of interest Grant Application Approval by Office of Corporate Foundation and Government Relations The role of the grants office in the approval process To review the text of the proposal checking for typographical errors and making any suggestions that would improve the presentation of the project to

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/grantsinformation/grantapplicationapproval (2016-02-01)
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  • Prior Approval System - Colgate University
    Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Grants Information Prior Approval System Menu Menu Organizational Prior Approval System OPAS Changing Grant Terms and Conditions Funding agencies delegate some authority to institutions to approve certain administrative actions These agencies require grantees to assure that adequate institutional reviews and approvals are in place for decisions that affect the management of federally supported projects All approvals must be documented To provide these assurances Colgate has established an Organizational Prior Approval System OPAS The Principal Investigator Project Director is authorized to make charges to grants that agree with the approved budget Before incurring any charges that deviate from the awarded budget the PI PD must consult the Associate Provost who will approve expenditures if they are allowable under OMB Uniform Guidance effective December 26 2013 are consistent with the terms and conditions of the award and with sponsor and Colgate University policies do not constitute a change in project scope are reasonable necessary and allocable to the project To request administrative changes submit an OPAS form to the Associate Provost who must review and sign it and will obtain any additional required signatures An OPAS form is required for any change to grant terms and conditions including the categorical budget Examples of changes and requests that require OPAS forms pre award spending authority no cost time extensions changing budget lines within the categorical budget change in the Principal Investigator Once reviewed and approved by the Associate Provost the request will be submitted to the funding agency by the Grants Office if required The signed OPAS form is retained in the Assistant Controller s grant file for three years following submission of the final financial report Offices and Services

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/grantsinformation/priorapprovalsystem (2016-02-01)
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  • Post-Award Reporting - Grants and Sponsored Research
    After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Grants Information Post Award Reporting Menu Menu Post Award Administration and Reporting Colgate s Office of Accounting and Control serves as an audit function for grants and sponsored research The Grants Office and the Office of Accounting and Control monitor grant expenditures and the filing of required reports to the funding agency Post award policies and procedures are detailed in Accounting and Control Policies under Grants and Sponsored Research Requests for changes to grant terms and conditions including budget changes and time extensions are handled through Colgate s Organizational Prior Approval System OPAS Reporting on the use of grant funds is an essential part of the funding process Timely reports are important to the individual grant recipient and to Colgate s continuing relationship with the foundation or agency Copies of correspondence related to the grant should be forwarded to the Grants Office for its files More Information Federal grants and sponsored research Andrew Fagon Assistant Controller and Risk Manager 315 228 7765 afagon colgate edu Foundation and corporate grants Helen Kebabian Director of Corporate Foundation Government Relations 315 228 7451 hkebabian colgate edu Offices and Services Accounting and Control Campus Safety Commencement Communications Office Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of Faculty Provost Document Services Environmental Health and Safety Equity and Diversity Facilities B G Finance and Administration Grants Information Grant Links Preparing Proposals Budget Guidelines Grant Application Approval Policies

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  • Proposal Writing Tips - Colgate University
    ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Grants Information Proposal Writing Tips Menu Menu Proposal Writing Tips The following resources contain helpful guidance on how to write the most effective grant proposal The Art of Writing Proposals with permission of Social Science Research Council Writing Proposals for ACLS Fellowship Competitions American Council of Learned Societies Offices and Services Accounting and Control Campus Safety Commencement Communications Office Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of Faculty Provost Document Services Environmental Health and Safety Equity and Diversity Facilities B G Finance and Administration Grants Information Grant Links Preparing Proposals Budget Guidelines Grant Application Approval Policies and Forms Prior Approval System Post Award Reporting Colgate Funding Sources Proposal Writing Tips Student Guide Health Sciences

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/grantsinformation/proposalwritingtips (2016-02-01)
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  • Student Guide - Colgate University
    Venezuela in which rain forest is being cleared for farming or other economic purposes and interview developers government officials and the local population You will also photograph the process of deforestation and individuals involved affected outcome s you will produce a journal documenting with both excerpts from interviews and photographs the forces behind deforestation and its effects on the local cultures Introduction to the general questions or problem area You need to provide a meaningful personal and or scholarly context for your specific project You also need to demonstrate reasonable familiarity with these questions or problems Objectives What specific questions do you plan to address during the course of your investigations Do you want to find out what accounts for certain behaviors past or present Are you interested in certain physical phenomena and why they occur in a certain way What experiences do you want to have Methodology What activities will you undertake that will help you find answers to the questions you have posed Will you administer questionnaires make specific observations measurements etc interview people keep a journal with detailed personal responses to specific settings events etc Who will fill out your questionnaire or participate in your interviews What instruments will you need to make your observations What is the schedule for your project Outcomes How will you know if your questions have been answered What will you have to show for your efforts Qualifications You must convince the funding organization or agency that you have the skills experience knowledge and interest to carry out your project In short you must sell yourself persuade the funding agency that you are a good investment Are foreign language skills necessary to carry out your project Do you have them If not do you have plans to acquire them Have you ever devised and administered a questionnaire conducted a series of oral interviews Must you have had experience with certain laboratory or collection techniques Do you have that experience Have you completed an independent research project Do you have any relevant experiences living working and or studying abroad What particular course work is relevant to the proposed project Is any of your work experience relevant to the project co curricular experiences Itinerary Site Some fellowships require you to specify the institution at which you will carry out your project in other instances the program itself designates the institution What do you know about that institution Why is it an ideal place for you to carry out your project Are there specific individuals with whom you want to work or unique academic programs available at that institution Have you made contact with any individuals or programs at the institution Will you have access to needed facilities The Thomas J Watson Fellowship Program for example requires you to be abroad for an entire year Have you got a plan for the full year Are you spending a reasonable amount of time at each site Have you taken climate and seasons into account in planning

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/grantsinformation/studentguide (2016-02-01)
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