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    Faculty and Staff Forms

    Find forms related to faculty and staff.

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    Academic and Faculty Committees

    The Academics and faculty committees consist of the Committee on Appointments and Promotions, the Graduate Board, the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee/Animal Welfare Committee, Institutional Review Board, and the University Grant in Aid Committee.

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    Lecturer Development Grants

    In recognition of the desire for instructional staff of The Catholic University of America to continue to develop professionally, internal awards are available for non-tenure-track professors at all levels, as well as part-time lecturers possessing long-term relationships with the University.

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    Faculty Sabbaticals

    A member of The Catholic University of America faculty holding an appointment with continuous tenure may apply for sabbatical leave during every seventh year of full-time service at the University.

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    Many Catholic University students continue their studies or professional training with funding won via fellowships, scholarships, and grant competitions.

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    The University has limited funds available to support faculty research projects. These funds are allocated to applicants by the University Grant-in-Aid Committee, which has delegated to the Vice Provost for Global Strategies authority to grant applications for less than $2,000. Applications are accepted throughout the school year.

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    Institutional Review Board/Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects

    The Institutional Review Board serves as the University's Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects, and is responsible for ensuring all research using human subjects conducted at Catholic University or by Catholic University faculty/staff, and/or students at any location, including research conducted as part of classroom exercises or course requirements, complies with federal/state regulations.

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