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COVID-19 Resources

To help navigate the impact of COVID-19 on Academic Personnel see the link for more resources

AAPO Deadlines 2023-2024

Due dates for submission of actions to the Academic Affairs and Personnel Office.

News and Events

Carole E. Goldberg Emeriti Service Award Recipients 2023-24

Edward A Dickson Emeritus Professorship Award Recipients 2023-24

2024 UAW Strike Updates and Continuity Resources

Fall 2023 Course Evaluations Optional for Personnel Actions

Academic Personnel Policy Issuance: APM - 210, Review and Appraisal Committees

Faculty Retirement Planning Workshops 2024

2023-24 Memo on Confidentiality in Personnel Process

Submission Deadlines for Academic Actions effective 2023-24

Faculty Salary Adjustment and Compliance

Constantine Panunzio Distinguished Emeriti Awards 2022-23

Moving Forward after the UAW Contract Negotiations

Presidential Policy on Abusive Conduct in the Workplace

2022-23 Annual Conflict of Commitment Reporting - APM 671

2022-23 Annual Conflict of Commitment Reporting - APM 025

NSTP Additional Extension Letter 5-17-2022

Report of the NSTP Phase 2 Taskforce

Systemwide Comment Letter MCIF-Working Groups 5-17-2022 

Revisions to the UCLA CALL - Appendix 40

Recognition of Faculty Service in Promoting Equity and Career Advancement

Guidance on New Modifications to Academic Personnel Evaluation Procedures

Professor Step VI External Letters

Negotiated Salary Trial Program

UC Systemwide Outside Activity Tracking System (OATS)
An online portal for tracking outside professional activities is in development. 

Moving Expenses Are Now Taxable
The new federal tax law treats all moving expense payments/reimbursement as nondeductible/taxable.

UCLA Faculty Salary Equity Studies
A Joint Senate-Administration Faculty Salary Equity Committee was established to develop a comprehensive study of salaries by gender and race/ethnicity.  Further information on the studies and recommendations is available for review.

Retirement Planning
UCLA benefits enormously from the contributions of its emeriti faculty, and it has been one of this office's highest priorities to augment and publicize the possibilities for mutual gain for emeriti