Annual review is a process which evaluates faculty members' activities for the current year and determines merit increases for the next year.
Internal program reviews are an integral part of UNO’s assessment and planning processes for the unit, college, and university. Every academic program offered at UNO will be reviewed at least once within a seven-year cycle.
Learn more about the policy that determines the scheduled workload assignments for faculty members. This policy was established pursuant to Section 220.127.116.11. of the contract between the University of Nebraska Board of Regents and the University of Nebraska at Omaha Chapter, American Association of University Professors.
Proposals for new academic programs or organizational units should be submitted to the Office of Academic Affairs after college and departmental approval. Academic Affairs will guide the proposals through the appropriate internal and external review procedures.
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