October 5, 2017
I am pleased to announce the publication new PPM sections affecting the appointment and advancement of academic appointees, which are effective retroactive to July 1, 2017. The content of PPM Sections 230-20 - Academic Appointments, PPM 230-28 - Academic Advancements and Reappointments, and PPM 230-29 - Policies and Procedures to Ensure Fairness in the Academic Personnel Review has been moved to the newly created polices; PPM 230 20, PPM 230-28, and PPM 230-29 have been rescinded, effective retroactive to July 1, 2017.
A detailed summary of the revisions, including a complete listing of the
new PPM sections is available at the following link:
The new policies are available at the following link:
Updates have been made to make the PPM more straightforward, to provide local academic appointment and advancement policies consistent with the system-wide Academic Personnel Manual (APM), and to reorganize the content of PPM 230-20, PPM 230-28 and PPM 230-29 to adopt the structure of the APM. For clarity, duplicative language (policy language which appeared in both the PPM the APM) has been removed from the new PPM Sections. For reference, below are links to supporting documentation that provides a clear, comprehensive visual representation of the disposition of
In addition to this effort to align UC San Diego policy with the APM, Academic Personnel Services, in consultation with the Committee on Academic Personnel, is finalizing a companion process manual, which will be available on the Academic Personnel Services website in the near future.
If you have any questions concerning the new sections of PPM 230 or the rescission of PPM 230-20, PPM 230-28 and PPM 230-29, please contact Kelly Lindlar, director of Academic Policy Development, at email@example.com or ext. 24564.