UC IRVINE DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY

IDA372 - Senate Faculty Merits

IDA 372

September 22, 2003

ACADEMIC DEANS

RE: Redelegation of Authority - Senate Faculty Merits

Authority for academic personnel actions was delegated to the Executive Vice Chancellor by the Chancellor in his delegation of authority dated July 3, 2000 [superseded by IDA 517, 6/19/12]. I am redelegating part of that authority to you, as specified below.

Effective with the 2003-04 academic review cycle, I am redelegating to Academic Deans authority for the following merit actions for Senate faculty in their schools:

  1. The first normal merit increase following appointment for Assistant Professors, Assistant Professors In Residence, and Assistant Professors of Clinical ___ in Steps I through IV; also, the first normal merit increase following appointment for Lecturers with Potential Security of Employment who are members of the Academic Senate.
  2. The first normal merit increase following appointment, promotion, or acceleration for Associate Professors, Associate Professors In Residence, and Associate Professors of Clinical ___ in Steps I through III; also, the first normal merit increase following appointment or promotion and every other merit increase thereafter, alternating with non-delegated actions, for Lecturers with Security of Employment who are members of the Academic Senate.
  3. The first and third normal merit increase following appointment, promotion, or acceleration for Professors, Professors In Residence, and Professors of Clinical ___ in Steps I through V; also, the first normal merit increase following appointment or promotion and every other merit increase thereafter, alternating with non-delegated actions, for Senior Lecturers with Security of Employment who are members of the Academic Senate.
  4. The first and third normal merit increase following appointment, advancement to Step VI, or acceleration for Professors, Professors In Residence, and Professors of Clinical ___ in Steps VI through IX.

All merits approved by Deans must be consistent with current systemwide and campus policies and must be reported to Academic Personnel for information at the time the action is taken. The Office of Academic Personnel will serve as office of record for delegated merit files.

This authority may not be further redelegated.


Michael R. Gottfredson
Executive Vice Chancellor

C: Special Assistant, Coordination and Review, Office of the President
Assistant Vice Chancellor-Academic Personnel
Assistant Vice Chancellor-Accounting and Fiscal Services
Counsel to the Chancellor
Director, Internal Control
Director, Internal Audit
Policies & Procedures Coordinator