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2023-24 Academic Year Sabbatical Information Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Jamie Kneitel
18:22
The sound is choppy and metallic for me
Young-Im Lee (she)
18:29
about to say the same
Anne Lindsay
18:33
Same
María Mayberry, WLL, she/her/hers
18:33
Same here.
Kim Schnurbush
18:38
Agree, very hard to hear the sound
Dong Shen
21:40
FYI - when I logged in, it shows "New Faculty Orientation" which is a bit confusing.
Faculty Advancement Office
23:05
Thank you Professor Shen. I will check the settings.
María Mayberry, WLL, she/her/hers
23:47
yes
Sarah Ives
23:50
yay! better
Dennis Dahlquist
26:18
We are seeing the speaker control slide in powerpoint
Dong Shen
52:41
Will these slides be shared with us?
Lisa Cantrell
54:30
I have two questions: 1) how many two-semester leaves are awarded (you mentioned it is in addition to the 12%) 2) if we have taken an unpaid leave of absence during the past 6 years, does our “clock” stop and make us ineligible?
Sarah Ives
55:39
does maternity leave count as a leave - regarding the 6yr clock?
Sadaf Ashtari
56:41
Could you explain more about the table that shows credit year?
Kathy Gee (she, her, hers)
56:58
IF the application is ranked “most meritorious” does it still get ranked based on the number of years since your last sabbatical?
Lisa Cantrell
57:38
Thank you Jackie
Sarah Ives
58:05
Sure, thank you
Sam Blackburn (she/her)
59:13
I have been faculty for 8 years (now tenured). In the coming year, I will serve as an interim chair for one year. Does this affect my eligibility for a sabbatical?
Sam Blackburn (she/her)
01:00:12
Thank you!
Kathy Gee (she, her, hers)
01:01:04
Thank you
Sam Blackburn (she/her)
01:01:31
thanks again
Tatiana Sergan
01:03:30
I'm sorry, but I would like a clarification. Did I understand correctly: sabbatical doesn't count as a year/ half-year of service toward the retirement credit? Thank you
George Paganelis
01:04:29
One semester sabbatical is at full pay and benefits; two semester sabbatical is at half pay and half retirement credit, but full benefits (medical, dental, etc.)
Tatiana Sergan
01:06:43
Thank you very much! So, basically, 1 semester of sabbatical is as good as 1 semester of teaching for the retirement credit purpose, right?
George Paganelis
01:07:04
Correct.
Tatiana Sergan
01:07:17
Thank you again
Young-Im Lee (she)
01:15:13
if teaching at a partner institution, I assume we get paid for teaching in addition to getting pay + benefits from Sac State. Right?
Stephanie Ingvaldson
01:17:44
they can be
Stephanie Ingvaldson
01:48:05
Thank you all for your time! Feel free to email any questions: Ingvaldson@csus.edu
Jay Cummings
02:02:38
If you take a half year sabbatical or a full year, does that affect when you can take your next one?
Jay Cummings
02:03:08
And what if you divide a two-semester sabbatical between two academic years?
De-Laine Cyrenne
02:06:02
Does Fullbright compensation count as additional/outside employment?
Jamie Kneitel
02:08:41
Hi De-Laine, it was an award (grant?) which supports living expenses.
De-Laine Cyrenne
02:08:58
Thanks!
Stephanie Ingvaldson
02:09:00
@De-Laine, typically the grants cover travel and living costs in country, but varies by award
Stephanie Ingvaldson
02:09:16
Thanks, Jamie!
George Paganelis
02:09:19
Jay, if you take a two-semester leave over two academic years, then, yes, it would affect when you could take your next leave. Your eligibility would begin starting with the academic year following your return from sabbatical.
George Paganelis
02:10:31
De-Laine, no, Fulbright doesn't count as additional employment.
Jay Cummings
02:12:49
Thank you, George!
George Paganelis
02:13:10
Dr. Jamie Kneitel, Chair and ProfessorBiological Sciences(916) 278-6535 - kneitel@csus.edu
María Mayberry, WLL, she/her/hers
02:13:19
Thank you, everyone!!! I’ll need to go to prepare for my class. I’ll be looking forward the slides/power points of the presentation.
Scott Perkins (he/him)
02:13:48
Thank you! I have to go teach now, but this was very helpful!
De-Laine Cyrenne
02:13:59
Thank you!
Dennis Dahlquist
02:14:23
Thank you
Jamie Kneitel
02:14:52
Thanks!
Jay Cummings
02:15:18
Thank you!