Career Advising

Advancement and Promotion at Irvine


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.
External Link  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)
External Link   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.
External Link   Academic Review Cycle
External Link   Graduate Division on Mentoring  

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