Each member of the faculty of ADA University accepts a mutual set of obligations and expectations at the time of initial appointment. The ADA University Faculty Handbook presents these obligations and expectations as a guide to university policies and practices regarding faculty. The Handbook is not an exhaustive collection of policies affecting ADA University faculty and it is the responsibility of each faculty member to be familiar with the most current policies affecting their employment relationship with the University.
The university does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, age, disability, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities or political affiliation. Seeking a diverse faculty and administration, the university strives to conform to all applicable equal employment opportunity.
With the principles set forth in the Handbook comes the firm intention of the university to provide as favorable working conditions for its faculty as resources permit and an atmosphere in which faculty members may pursue their scholarly, creative, and professional activities and interests, freely and without restraint. In return, the university expects faculty members to devote themselves with energy to the primary duties of teachers, scholars, and creators of knowledge and to challenge students intellectually and encourage them to acquire knowledge, understanding, and vision.
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