The Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer oversees and provides campus leadership for the academic enterprise at IUPUI. The mission of the Office of Academic Affairs is to create and support an environment that advances IUPUI's institutional mission of achieving international distinction in education, scholarship, and public service. The office provides leadership for continuous improvement in academic programs, faculty development, and, ultimately, student success.
This program will provide new faculty with an overview of the promotion and tenure process as well as strategies to begin the journey toward promotion and tenure. Guidance on how to develop a plan for promotion will be provided. A light lunch will be served.
How do people in the African diaspora practice Islam? While the term Black Muslim may conjure images of Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, millions of African-descended Muslims around the globe have no connection to the American-based Nation of Islam. The Call of Bilal is a penetrating account of the rich diversity of Islamic religious practice among Africana Muslims worldwide. Covering North Africa and the Middle East, India and Pakistan, Europe, and the Americas, Edward E. Curtis IV reveals a fascinating range of religious activitiesfrom the observance of the five pillars of Islam and the creation of transnational Sufi networks to the veneration of African saints and political struggles for racial justice. Weaving together ethnographic fieldwork and historical perspectives, Curtis shows how Africana Muslims interpret not only their religious identities but also their attachments to the African diaspora. For some, the dispersal of African people across time and space has been understood as a mere physical scattering or perhaps an economic opportunity. For others, it has been a metaphysical and spiritual exile of the soul from its sacred land and eternal home.
This workshop is designed to provide information to promotion and tenure candidates, enabling attendees to become acquainted with the dossier preparation requirements of IUPUI. Specific details of dossier organization and required content will be discussed.
These workshops will be held once per semester and are offered for chairs and associate deans. The fall sessions will cover questions regarding eDossier, BLUE, and preparing for faculty evaluations. The spring sessions will cover topics related to personnel issues. Agendas for both sessions will be forthcoming.
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The IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs oversees and provides campus leadership for the academic enterprise at IUPUI? The following colleges, schools, and academic support units comprise Academic Affairs at IUPUI.