Vision, Mission, Bylaws & Organization
Recognized international leadership in earth, ocean and atmospheric science education and research.
To provide high quality, innovative education that prepares, challenges, and inspires students to shape the future of earth sciences; to be an international leader through excellence in scholarly research; to provide information to the public and decision makers; and to increase public understanding of our science.
- Proposal Transmittal
- No Funds Requested Travel Authorization
- Foundation Funds Travel Form
- Request for Funds Travel Authorization
- Non-Employee Travel
- New Employee Information
- Equipment Use Request
Guidelines / Bylaws / Policies
CBA Summer Rotations
CBA Article 8.5.b.1 http://hr.fsu.edu/PDF/Publications/UFFAgreement 04-07.pdf
b. The faculty of each department/unit shall develop written criteria and a rotation policy for offering supplemental summer appointments in a fair and equitable manner. The criteria and rotation policy shall be posted in each department/unit.
d. Supplemental summer appointments shall be offered equitably and as appropriate to qualified faculty members, not later than five weeks prior to the beginning of the appointment, if practicable, in accordance with written criteria.
e. A faculty member who obtains his or her own summer employment (e.g., a research grant or other award) shall not be omitted from consideration for subsequent supplemental appointments because of such employment.
f. Supplemental summer assignments shall be offered to qualified faculty members before anyone who is not a faculty member.
(2) Compensation. A faculty member shall receive approximately the same total compensation for teaching a course during a supplemental summer appointment as the faculty member received for teaching the same course, or a course similar in credit hours, size, and content, during the academic year, regardless of the length of the supplemental summer appointment. For example, if a 9 month faculty member was paid at 25% for teaching a three hour course in the Fall or Spring term, then the faculty member shall receive 12.5% of the faculty member's base salary for teaching one 3-hour course, 16.7% for teaching one 4-hour course, and pay for other courses shall be prorated accordingly.
- Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Oceanography Guidelines
- Start-Up Policy for Incoming Faculty for the College of Arts & Sciences