Sanjeev Kulkarni, dean of the Princeton University Graduate School and a professor of electrical engineering, has been appointed dean of the faculty effective July 1. >>
UPDATE (6/1/2017): REQUESTS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2017-18 ACADEMIC YEAR; THE APPLICATION CAN STILL BE USED TO VIEW PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED REQUESTS
The Office of the Dean of the Faculty is now accepting all requests for faculty searches for 2017-18 via an online web application. The application, which replaces the PDF form used in previous years, is available here:
We have updated our forms for appointing, reappointing, and promoting those in the RSL and non-teaching visiting ranks. Please use the new versions of the forms for any actions that are submitted to our office after May 1st. Detailed submission information can be found on our website: https://dof.princeton.edu/forms-submission/chairs-directors-managers
Policy changes relating to the terms of eligibility for postdoctoral researchers, particularly in the natural sciences and engineering, have become effective as of March 1, 2017. In summary, the changes are as follows:
As we move into the winter months and try to plan around weather events, we write to provide some guidance regarding the conditions under which it would be appropriate to hold your classes.
Scott McGoldrick joined our office as Associate Dean for Finance in January 2017. Scott is returning to Princeton from Rutgers University where he was Associate Dean for Finance and Administration in The School for Social Work. In our office, Scott will ensure that the full range of the financial resources and operations of the Office of the Dean of the Faculty (ODOF) are effectively designed, allocated and managed in support of our priorities and needs. He will be responsible for developing and implementing ODOF and University-wide financial policies and procedures, and he will identify and implement best practices and innovative methods of financial management to enhance the overall effectiveness and productivity of ODOF financial operations. Scott received his B.A. from Harvard College, and his M.B.A. from Boston University Graduate School of Management.
As you explore the pages, please let us know what you think and feel free to ask questions.
In accordance with the Rules & Procedures of the Faculty, no meeting will be held in January, 2017 because there was neither a request for nor approval of one at the December, 2016 meeting.
Beginning this year, all faculty leave requests will be submitted and managed through a new online system. All leave requests must be initiated by individual faculty members in the HR Self-Service portal (www.princeton.edu/selfservice). Managers and Chairs will review the request and send their recommendation to the DOF via the online system. The DOF will review all leave requests in a timely manner and send out notification as soon as possible.
Alan W. Patten, Howard Harrison and Gabrielle Snyder Beck Professor of Politics, has joined the Dean's office as Vice Dean of the Faculty for Strategic Initiatives. In this new role, Alan will provide support in defining, evaluating, and implementing the objectives that are emerging from the University’s strategic planning process. He will work closely with faculty leaders and administrative colleagues to develop and implement strategic new initiatives and to mobilize faculty constituencies behind these initiatives.
Drew Allen joined our office as Associate Dean for Data Analysis and Operations in December 2015.
Kate Baxter joined our office as Assistant Dean of the Faculty in September 2015.
Lisa Scalice has joined our office as Assistant Dean of the Faculty. In this new role, Lisa will be responsible for academic professional staff and visitor matters in the four University academic divisions, as well as the University Library and the Art Museum, including the search process, their appointments and advancements, salaries, leaves, and terminations. She will also manage the appointment and reappointment process for academic advisory councils, acting as liaison with the Development office and academic departments.
Tamara Thatcher joined our office as Assistant Dean of the Faculty. In this role, Tamara will have primary responsibility for monitoring and managing the University’s teaching budget and will represent our office in conversations related to the teaching budget. She will review all lecturer and visitor appointments and reappointments prior to approval; manage the faculty leave process; and work to ensure faculty assignments are accurately recorded in the University’s Labor Accounting system.