Faculty, Academic Staff, and Graduate Assistants Request To Be Absent

Faculty, academic staff, and graduate assistants must fill out the following form to make an official request of absence.


FACULTY AND ACADEMIC STAFF

For faculty and academic staff please fill out the following form and turn it in to your department office (Chair, Thomas DuBois) at least three weeks prior to planned absence.

RELEVANT UNIVERSITY POLICIES

Fundamental Responsibilities: No member of the faculty shall be absent from his/her classes or other regular duties at the University except by permission of the chancellor or appropriate dean. Faculty members shall avoid a concentration of class hours that is detrimental to effective teaching. Faculty Policies and Procedures, Chapter 8.02

Vacation: If you are an academic-year basis (9 month) staff member, whether full or part-time, you do not earn vacation and are expected to work during the appointed period except for days specifically listed as paid holidays. (Almost all faculty and instructional academic staff in L&S are on an academic-year basis. If you are an annual-basis employee, see Benefits Booklet for details about accrued vacation time). UW-Madison Employee Benefits Booklet

FORM: FacultyandAcademicStaffRequestToBeAbsent.pdf


GRADUATE/TEACHING ASSISTANTS

For graduate assistants/teaching assistants please fill out the following form and turn it in to you teaching assistant supervisor at least two weeks in advance.

RELEVANT DEPARTMENTAL POLICIES

Fundamental Responsibilities: All planned absences must be approved in writing at least two weeks in advance by your teaching assistant supervisor and GNS Chair (Thomas DuBois). In case of absences due to illness or emergency, notify your supervisor as soon as possible. Teaching assistants shall avoid a concentration of class hours that is detrimental to effective teaching.




Keywords:leave, absence, faculty, graduate, assistant, teaching, TA, request, staff, academic   Doc ID:94152
Owner:Thor R.Group:Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic
Created:2019-08-29 08:58 CSTUpdated:2019-08-29 09:08 CST
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