- Chapter 1: A brief history of Case Western
- Chapter 2: Organization and Constitution of
faculty members - Sec. B. Non-tenure track faculty
members - Sec. C. Special faculty members - Sec. D. Majority of appointments
shall be tenured or tenure track - Sec. E. Members ex officio - Sec. F. List of members of the
Term of Office, and Vacancies - Sec. G. Annual Report
Studies - Sec. E. Committee on Undergraduate
Education - Sec. F. Other Standing Committees - Sec. G. Ad hoc Committees - Sec. H. Multipartite Committees and
- Chapter 3: Policies and Procedures for
the Members of the Faculty
Part I Introduction
Appointment - Sec. C. Terms of Appointment - Sec. D. Academic Freedom - Sec. E. Tenure - Sec. F. Qualifications and Standards
for Appointments, Reappointments,
Promotions, and Tenure - Sec. G. Pretenure Period - Sec. H. Appointments Beyond the
Pretenure Period - Sec. I. Initiation of
Recommendations - Sec. J. Review and Decision - Sec. K. Non-Renewal of Term
Investigation, and Conciliation - Sec. C. Formal Grievance
Property Policy - Sec. B. University Policy on Human
Research Protection - Sec. C. University Guidelines on
Authorship and Policy on Copyright - Sec. D. University Policy on
Equipment Transfer - Sec. E. Guidelines, Technology
Transfer Operations Involving
Non-University Personnel on
Principles - Sec. E. Conducting the Inquiry - Sec. F. The Inquiry Report - Sec. G. Conducting the Investigation - Sec. H. The Investigation Report - Sec. I. Requirements for Reporting
to ORI - Sec. J. Institutional Administrative
Actions - Sec. K. Other Considerations - Sec. L. Record Retention
- Chapter 4: General Policies and Procedures
Organizations - Sec. C. Political Issues and
Activities - Sec. D. Commercial and Personal
Use of University Equipment
Violations. - Sec. C. Notice of Charges. - Sec. D. Notice of Hearing. - Sec. E. Academic Integrity Board
and Hearing Procedures. - Sec. F. Sanctions - Sec. G. Appeal Process - Sec. H. VIOLATIONS REPORTED
AFTER VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWAL
OR ACADEMIC SEPARATION - Sec. I. VIOLATIONS REPORTED
AFTER GRADUATION - Sec. J. MAINTENANCE OF RECORDS
Committee. - I. Individual Conflict of Interest
Policy. - II. Institutional Conflict of Interest
Policy. - III. Confidentiality - IV. Sanctions - V. Revisions to the Policies
Importance as Federal Law - 3. Copyright Defined - 4. Copyright Notices - 5. Damages For Copyright
Infringement - 6. Copyright Registration - 7. Copyright Exclusive Rights - 8. Term Limits of Copyright
Protection - 9. Copyright Exemption
Sexual Harassment - Policy Administration
STATEMENT - Definition - Responsibilities of the University
Community - Reporting - COMPLAINT RESOLUTION - RETENTION OF DOCUMENTS
Illness - Sec. B. Workers' Compensation
Insurance - Sec. C. Laboratories and Training
Indemnification - Examples of Factors to be
Considered - Notification
- Chapter 5: Facilities and Services
Collections Center (RRCC) - Library Catalog - OhioLINK Services - Loan Periods - Interlibrary Loan Services - Course Reserves - The Samuel B. and Marian K.
Freedman Digital Library,
Language Learning and Multimedia
Services Center - Reference Services - Faculty Librarian Liaisons - CASELearns Education Classes - Library Homepage - Cleveland Health Sciences Library - School of Law Library - The Lillian F. and Milford J. Harris
- Faculty Handbook Home
- PDF Version
ARTICLE IV. Fringe Benefits Program
The University has available a comprehensive fringe benefits program that includes:
A flexible benefits program which offers:
- Group Health Insurance (including Major Medical) with an indemnity plan option plus several alternative managed care options.
- A Group Dental PPO.
- Group Term Life Insurance for employees and for their spouses and dependent children.
- Group Long-Term Disability.
- Health Care and Dependent Care Spending Accounts.
- A retirement program with several funding vehicles (including TIAA-CREF) that features participant and university contributions. Enrollment is effective the day of appointment if at least age 26; or the first day of the month following or coinciding with the attainment of age 26; or attainment of age 21 and completion of a year of service, whichever occurs first; or any subsequent July 1st, the first day of the Plan Year.
- A tuition waiver program for employees and their spouses and dependents.
- Social Security.
- Unemployment compensation.
- Workers' compensation.
- Travel insurance.
Benefit plans may be revised by the University periodically. Any changes which occur will affect all participants uniformly.
The University Committee on Fringe Benefits studies, monitors, and evaluates the University's fringe benefits program.
Recommendations for improvements may be made to that Committee or to the Faculty Compensation Committee, a standing committee of the Faculty Senate.
The Benefits Administration Office should be contacted to obtain detailed information about the program and eligibility.
Secretary of the University Faculty, Office of the President and Provost
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