In recognition of exceptional scholarly merit and service to the University, the Trustees appoint a limited number of senior faculty members to the grade of University Professor.
The Office of the Provost creates programs, in collaboration with Columbia’s academic and administrative units, to promote faculty development and success.
An overview of the policies governing terms of leave and retirement for full-time faculty
Information on research grants and other funding opportunities
View a list of committees and University initiatives overseen by the Office of the Provost.
Read the latest version of the Faculty Handbook.
HERC offers a job search engine that centralizes job postings for faculty and staff positions at member institutions and accommodates dual-career searches.
A central point of access for information, guidance, and resources to facilitate international activities, travel, or program administration.
How to help your school or department lay the foundation for attracting a diverse candidate pool and successfully recruiting diverse candidates.
Links of awards and fellowship for faculty to apply.
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Information about retirement planning, transitions to retirement, and a meaningful and productive post-retirement experience.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides a network of specialized services to cope with everyday issues such as stress or work/life balance.
The School and Child Care Search Service has gathered many resources within this website to help all families who are searching for child care and schools and invite you to use these as you research options.
Columbia offers services that help faculty through the relocation process.
Columbia offers dual career services to assist the accompanying spouses/partners of newly recruited faculty with the challenges of conducting academic and non-academic job searches in a new location.