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UAB Policy
This policy discusses the transfer of earnings to a quasi-endowment account. This process requires approval from the Board of Trustees.
UAB Guideline
These guidelines enable UAB, UABHS, HSF, CEFH, and OSF employees to undertake international travel safely and within the policies and procedures established by these entities and by regulatory authorities.
UAB Handbook Entry
This appendix of the Faculty Handbook describes procedures for termination for cause of a tenured faculty member or of a faculty member whose term of appointment has not expired.
UAB Handbook Entry
This appendix of the Faculty Handbook describes procedures for termination of a faculty member due to a bona fide financial exigency, bona fide financial crisis, or academic program/unit closure.
UAB Handbook Entry
This section of the Faculty Handbook outlines the principles of responsibilities of faculty members at UAB.
UAB Handbook Entry
This section of the Faculty Handbook reinforces ethical standards for conducting teaching, research and service activities.
UAB Handbook Entry
This section of the Faculty Handbook discusses Family and Medical Leave of Absence benefits for UAB faculty members.
UAB Handbook Entry
This section of the Faculty Handbook describes the specific criteria for appointment, promotion, and award of tenure at UAB.
UAB Handbook Entry
This section of the Faculty Handbook describes recruitment process guidelines for initial appointments at UAB.
UAB Procedure
To protect the security and confidentiality of protected information created or received in the course of business, once records reach the end of their scheduled retention period, they should be disposed. These procedures outline various methods of destruction, which depend on the nature of the information stored and the medium of record storage.