Faculty Schedule Request Form

Please complete the Faculty Schedule Request Form below by Wednesday, October 10, 2018. 

Indicate the courses (2 each semester) that you would like to teach in 2019-20 by filling in the following web form.  Please indicate your interest in teaching in University Honors or English Honors. Courses for both honors programs require additional steps before they can be assigned and scheduled, but we would appreciate having a preliminary sense of faculty interest in teaching in these programs.

If you are applying for a sabbatical or anticipate a release from teaching for other reasons, indicate that for the appropriate semester. Be sure to specify the type of leave and your source of funding. If you expect to be released from one or more courses because of administrative duties, include that information in the blanks. Release from teaching, on the basis of previously banked courses, must be scheduled according to the curricular needs of the department. Such leaves, like CAPAA- and RASA-sponsored leaves, provide release only from teaching, not from other regular committee, service, and advising duties.

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If your leave will cover both courses in a semester, enter that leave in both Course 1 and Course 2.
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If your leave will cover both courses in a semester, enter that leave in both Course 1 and Course 2.
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*Note it is important to avoid having graduate courses compete with each other, so not all time requests can be honored.
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*Note it is important to avoid having graduate courses compete with each other, so not all time requests can be honored.
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If you hope to teach a graduate course, please upload your proposal here and be sure to indicate if you are flexible about whether it is a readings course (600-level) or a research seminar (700-level). Additionally, please include in your proposal the specific course number you prefer to teach. A complete listing of graduate course numbers can be found by following this link: https://academiccatalog.umd.edu/graduate/courses/engl/
Files must be less than 200 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
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Please indicate which, if any, of the 300 or 400-Level courses you are requesting should be considered as Advanced Writing courses.
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Please print out a copy of your completed form for your records prior to selecting the submit button on the bottom of this form because you will not be able to return to it.
     
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