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|Status:||Approved on October 22, 2004||Signatures and dates
on archival copy
|Initiated by:||Martin Tuck|
Associate Provost for Academic Affairs
|Reviewed by:||Herman ("Butch") Hill, Chair
Policy and Procedure Review Committee
|Endorsed by:||Larry Corrigan|
Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration
|Approved by:||Kathy Krendl|
Emeritus or Emerita status is recognition at the retirement of a faculty member (including early retirement) or administrative presidential appointee who has completed a period of meritorious service. This policy serves to ensure a consistent approach to conferring Emeritus or Emerita status.
Emeritus or Emerita status is conferred upon a faculty member or presidential contract administrator at the time of his or her retirement or posthumously, if the individual is deemed worthy of this special recognition in the judgment of the appropriate academic department, regional campus, or administrative department, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers and the president. Posthumous awards are to be made only when the person would have been eligible had he or she lived, and only within three years of the person's death.
This judgment should be based on many or all of the following factors:
length of service (except in special circumstances, a minimum of ten years);
quality of teaching and research or performance in the administrative position(s);
overall contribution to the University; and
service to society beyond the University community
Recommendations for conferment of Emeritus or Emerita status begin in the department of current service by a process established by that department. Following approval at the departmental level, the names are forwarded for concurrence through the administrative chain-of-command to the President, who may recommend Emeritus or Emerita status to the Board of Trustees for approval at the spring meeting.
An Emeritus or Emerita member is granted the following privileges as if he or she were an active faculty member, or administrative presidential appointee:
full library privileges
E-mail and related services
opportunity to secure parking consistent with current university policy
same educational benefits that one had at time of retirement
opportunity to purchase reserved seats to athletic contests and performing arts series
opportunity to use some recreational facilities, wellness, and health services
opportunity to attend certain alumni and University events, e.g. Homecoming Luncheon, Christmas Open house, class reunions, Commencement, and Honors Convocation.
opportunity to join the O.U. Emeriti Association which sponsors monthly luncheon meetings, publishes monthly newsletters and an Emeriti Handbook, and maintains close association with the University through several active committees. (Widows and widowers of deceased Emeritus or Emerita members may belong to the Emeriti Association.)
In addition to these privileges, when an Emeritus or Emerita member is on active duty, he or she may be offered the use of other facilities such as office space and other facilities when they are available.
|Administrative Policy Manual
Andrea Swart revised this page
(https://www.ohio.edu/policy/18-031.html) on May 2, 2017.
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