Sabbaticals, Leaves of Absence, and Clock Extensions

Tenured Faculty Sabbatical

A sabbatical leave is defined as a leave for the purpose of engaging in research or other activities that will advance the faculty member’s scholarly achievement or that will enhance the reputation of or otherwise benefit the university…READ MORE

 

Junior Faculty Sabbatical Program

The Junior Faculty Sabbatical Program is intended to support the professional development of faculty members on the tenure ladder at the Harvard School of Public Health…READ MORE

 

Unpaid Leave of Absence

According to university policy, a faculty member may request an unpaid leave of absence of one year with a one-year renewal; there is no option for renewal beyond two years…READ MORE

 

Paid Parental Leave / Tenure-Clock Extension to Meet Child Care Needs

Significant family responsibilities such as childbirth, adoption, and parenting often impose career disadvantages that women faculty, in particular, may face…READ MORE