Current Notices

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.028 Review Procedures for Denial of Promotion and Tenure and Non-renewal and Termination of Faculty Appointments
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.029 Faculty Regulations
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.030 Policy Governing Graduate Faculty Membership
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.031 Faculty Grievance Procedure
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.033 Faculty Evaluations
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.034 Faculty Tenure and Promotion
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.035 Department, School and College Criteria and Procedures
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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PROPOSED UNIVERSITY REGULATION REPEAL
FSU-4.0335 Suspension and Dismissal of Faculty; Peer Panel
Notice Period: January 17 — February 16, 2017

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FSU POLICY 2-2, Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy
Notice Period: January 5 — 26, 2017


Summary of Proposed Amendment:

The amendment extends the application to include conduct by volunteers; expands the definition of misconduct to include conduct which “denies, interferes with, or limits an individual’s ability to participate in or benefit from opportunities, university programs, or activities.”; allows a “third party reporter” defined as “any individual” to make  a Report on behalf of another and creates a new definition for “hostile environment” as conduct which is “sufficiently severe, frequent, or wide-spread that, both subjectively (to the Reporting Party) and objectively (to a reasonable person), it: (i) creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment; or (ii) denies, interferes with, or limits an individual’s ability to participate in or benefit from opportunities, university programs, or activities.”