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Georgia Tech ADVANCE Program for Institutional Transformation. Principal Investigator: Jean-Lou Chameau Co-Principal Investigators: Mary Frank Fox Mary Lynn Realff Sue V. Rosser ADVANCE Liaison Mary Hallisey Hunt. www.advance.gatech.edu. Active Service/Modified Duties.

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Georgia Tech ADVANCE Program for Institutional Transformation

Principal Investigator:

Jean-Lou Chameau

Co-Principal Investigators:

Mary Frank Fox

Mary Lynn Realff

Sue V. Rosser

ADVANCE Liaison

Mary Hallisey Hunt

www.advance.gatech.edu

active service modified duties
Active Service/Modified Duties
  • Addresses circumstances that significantly alter academic faculty member’s daily routine
  • Allows Academic Faculty to balance commitment of family and work
  • Allows for a more flexible schedule through a temporarily modified workload
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Reasons for Utilizing AS/MD Process

  • Childbirth
  • Adoption of a child
  • Illness of spouse, child, parent or other significant member of the household
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AS/MD - How to Apply

  • Faculty member requests AS/MD at least one semester prior to intended use
  • A plan of proposed activities is developed in consultation with School Chair and/or Dean (CoC, Arch, Mgt)
  • The request is made in writing to the Provost (email or hard copy) with a copy to the ADVANCE Liaison
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What to Include in Your Request

  • Name of Faculty member requesting AS/MD
  • Name of School and/or College
  • Reason for request (e.g. childbirth)
  • Modification of Duties (proposed activities)
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What to Include in Your Request - continued

  • Amount of AS/MD funding requested
  • When (semester or academic year) the modified activities will take place
  • Approval of Dean must be noted in request letter if it originates from the School Chair
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Request Letter Formats

  • Faculty member generates letter of request with proposed activities for Chair/Dean’s approval. Once approved, Chair/Dean includes a cover letter (including all other requirements) to Provost with the Faculty letter attached.
  • Chair/Dean generates AS/MD request letter with all required information.
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Guidelines

  • Modification of duties should not result in additional duties during subsequent semesters
  • Currently available only to tenured/tenure track faculty
  • Maximum funding per AS/MD award is 10K. This includes fringe
  • The lead time for requests may be waived in emergency circumstances
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Leave Issues and AS/MD

  • Official leave is not required when utilizing AS/MD with a 100% appointment
  • AS/MD duties plans can result in a less than 100% appointment. In some cases, a less than 100% appointment may require an official leave of absence
  • Faculty Support Services must be consulted for all issues related to official leave. Leave issues are handled separately from AS/MD
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NSF Encouraged Criteria

  • Modified duties should contribute to the promotion and advancement of women
  • Recipient’s work must represent a discipline within the NSF directorate (physical, life, or social sciences, computing, engineering)
  • Funding available only to academic tenure-track faculty
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AS/MD Data
  • Process implemented in Spring 2003
  • Twenty faculty members have been recipients of AS/MD funding
  • As of Spring 2005, $183,089 has been allocated for AS/MD through the ADVANCE Program
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