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Clinical Associates

Other Appointments

Here you will find a summary of resources and guidance for those interested in a new academic appointment at the rank of Clinical Associate within the Biological Sciences Division. 

This category of appointment is available for full time or part-time practitioners employed by the University whose contributions are judged by the faculty of a department to be valuable to programs. Individuals in this appointment category full time or part-time salaried employees of the University.  Clinical Associates are frequently based at an off-site facility, an outlying or affiliated hospital, or on campus. Clinical Associates are valuable members of our academic community, contributing to our clinical and educational mission. 

Learn more about our different academic appointments here.

This category of appointment is available for full time or part-time practitioners employed by the University whose contributions are judged by the faculty of a department to be valuable to clinical and/or educational programs. Individuals in this appointment category full time or part-time salaried employees of the University.  Clinical Associates are frequently based at an off-site facility, an outlying or affiliated hospital, or on campus. The initial term of appointment can be made for a term of up to 2 years.

Appointment proposal--The department will prepare and submit a recommendation for the appointment that is reviewed by OAA for completeness, endorsed by the Dean and submitted to the Provost’s office for approval. An original recommendation should be submitted to OAA. A complete recommendation will include:

  • Completed CLO checklist MS Word 
  • Chair’s letter to Dean
  • Statement of the individual's clinical activity and reputation, as well as role envisioned
  • Updated CV
  • Search Documentation

Departmental staff members are advised to consult with OAA regarding the requirements for search documentation.

 

Reappointments of Clinical Associates can be made for terms of up to two years and are generally based upon sufficient quality and productivity in the performance of your clinical and educational duties, meeting the expectations of your 'job description.'  

Appointment proposal--The department will prepare and submit a recommendation for the appointment that is reviewed by OAA for completeness, endorsed by the Dean and submitted to the Provost’s office for approval. An original recommendation should be submitted to OAA. A complete recommendation will include:

Chairman’s letter to Dean which should include

  • name of candidate 
  • proposed effective date and term (normally, the term end date is June 30)
  • % effort
  • statement of the individual's clinical activity and reputation, as well as role envisioned

Updated CV (suggested format) MS Word .docx  |  MS Word .doc

There is no obligation to reappoint Clinical Associates.

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