|Career Advising through Mentoring *
Career advising is integral to creating an inclusive and transparent faculty culture at UC Irvine. For new and continuing faculty, career advising is a consensual partnership; one that is confidential and serves as a constructive resource for career advancement.
| Diversity Opportunities Database
The Diversity Opportunities database connects faculty with the wide range of offices, programs and initiatives that promote equity, diversity and inclusion.
|Diversity in the Review Process *
An overview of the place of diversity in the review process. This overview is based on the policy that governs faculty appointment, promotion, and appraisal.
|2011 Career Advising/Mentoring Conference Materials
Materials from an event which directors, vice chancellors, and faculty from 5 Southern California UC campuses attend and participate in a conference on improving career advising and mentoring.
|Stopping the Tenure Clock/Deferring Mid-Career Appraisals *
"Stop the Clock" is a request that can be made by eligible academic appointees who are parents (mother and fathers, adoptive or natural), who have 50% or more responsibility for the care of an infant or newly adopted child, under the age of five. (Academic Personnel Policy 3-50, Appendix III, and APP 7-12)
| Advancement and Promotion
A Handbook of Advice for Tenure-Track and Tenured Faculty.
Published by the Office of Academic Personnel, University of California, Irvine, Revision 2012.
|Distinguished Faculty Awards: Research, Teaching, and Service*
A description of the nomination process for Distinguished Faculty Awards.
|Academic Review Cycle|
|Graduate Division on Mentoring|