- Accountancy: Albert Nagy
- Art History and Humanities: Gerald Guest
- Biology: Chris Sheil
- Chemistry: Michael Nichols
- Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures: Gwen Compton-Engle
- Tim Russert Department of Communication and Theatre: Peggy Finucane
- Counseling: Nathan Gehlert
- Economics and Finance: William Elliott
- Education and School Psychology: Lisa Shoaf, Chair
Yi Shang, Associate Chair
- English: Maryclaire Moroney
- Exercise Science and Sports Studies: Gregory Farnell
- History: Matthew Berg
- Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain: Charles Watts
- Mathematics and Computer Science: Barbara D’Ambrosia
- Military Science: Brian Ferguson
- Philosophy: Earl Spurgin
- Physics: Jeffrey Dyck
- Political Science: Andreas Sobisch
- Psychology: John Yost
- Sociology and Criminology: Wendy Wiedenhoft-Murphy
- Theology and Religious Studies: Edward Hahnenberg
The John Carroll University Faculty Bibliography lists publications in various categories authored by both full- and part-time faculty. It is updated several times each year. A research reception is held during the Celebration of Scholarship every spring to recognize faculty authors as well as faculty who have been awarded a grant during the previous calendar year.
Formerly overseen by the Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President, the Faculty Bibliography has moved into its new home on Carroll Collected. It is co-edited by Mina Chercourt (Grasselli Library) and Jim Krukones (Provost/AVP’s Office). Previous bibliographies are available in PDF format. Starting with the 2017 Bibliography, publications are tagged and linked dynamically. As a result, citations are easier to find and access with tracking reports made available to authors. New publications will be added to the database as they are received for a consistently up-to-date listing.
To be listed in the Bibliography, please send one hard copy of your article or book to Mina Chercourt (email@example.com). If available only as a web publication, email the persistent link to Mina. Also, please indicate if the publication includes a current or former student as a co-author or if the author is a part-time faculty member. Once processed, faculty books and monographs will be displayed, according to their year of publication, in the case outside the Provost/AVP’s Office on the first floor of the Administration Building.
Please note that, for a faculty member to be recognized at the spring research reception, publications must be submitted to Mina Chercourt no later than March 1.
Below are links to the documents describing the following policies:
- Classroom Management Procedures
- Conflict of Interest
- Final Examination Policy
- University Procurement Guidelines
- Faculty Hiring Procedures
- Best Practices in Hiring Presentation, August 26, 2016
- Faculty Parental Leave Policy – Effective 5/2/2014
- Department Tenure and Promotion Policies
- Art History and Humanities
- Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures
- Communication and Theatre
- Economics and Finance
- Education and School Psychology
- Exercise Science and Sports Studies
- Management, Marketing and Supply Chain
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Political Science
Political Science Promotion to Professor
- Sociology and Criminology
- Theology and Religious Studies
- Grasselli Library
- Department Chair Selection Procedures
- Emeritus/Emerita Status Criteria and Procedures
Every full-time faculty member is obliged to participate in the annual self-evaluation process. Full-time faculty members receive individualized self-evaluation forms via email on or about August 1. They must submit this form in hard copy to their Department Chair by October 1. Chairpersons submit the self-evaluations, with their own comments and any faculty responses to them, to the appropriate Dean’s office by November 1.
Guidelines for Awarding of the Kahl Endowment for Internationalizing the Curriculum
The purpose of the endowment is to provide funds for faculty travel related to the internationalization of the curriculum. Funds are not available to support travel for international conferences. The following guidelines govern the awards:
I. Faculty submit a proposal to the Provost and Academic Vice President who has the final approval on the allocation of the funds.
- Funds are considered on a rolling basis, but for programs requiring an expenditure during any particular budget year, no proposal will be accepted after March 1. Our budget (fiscal) year runs from June 1 through May 31.
- Any request received after a program has already begun will not be considered for funding.
- Requests for support received within a month of the commencement of a program will be handled on a low priority basis.
II. The proposal should contain the following:
- Statement of goals.
- Rationale for use of funds and relationship to internationalizing the curriculum.
- Evidence of how the project activities (a) would relate to a specific international course, including when the course would be scheduled, or (b) would otherwise specifically contribute to the internationalization of the curriculum.
- A letter of support from the faculty member’s Department Chair and approval by the appropriate Dean.
- A budget showing how the funds would be used.
III. The Provost determines the amount of the award.
IV. The faculty member submits a report to the Provost with copies to the Dean and Department Chair upon his/her return. The report should include a copy of the course syllabus and/or a detailed explanation regarding how the international experience will give students greater exposure to international topics.
Full-time faculty begin their careers at John Carroll with the New Faculty Seminar, a year-long series of collegial discussions about aspects of life at John Carroll, including liberal education, mission and identity, teaching and research, student life, and paths to tenure and promotion. Unless otherwise noted, all sessions will take place in the Faculty Lounge (AD 144, on the first floor of the Administration Building) from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided. Questions about NFS can be directed to Jim Krukones, Associate Academic Vice President, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or extension X 4762.
Schedule for 2020-2021:
Friday, September 25, 2020
"Liberal Arts Education / Core Curriculum"
Guest Facilitator: Dr. Brent Brossmann, Director, Integrative Core Curriculum and Chair, Faculty Council
Friday, October 23, 2020
“Who Our Students Are”
Guest Facilitators: Dr. Sherri Crahen, Interim Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students; Dr. Mark Onusko, Director, University Counseling Services
Friday, November 20, 2020
“John Carroll and the Jesuit Mission”
Friday, January 22, 2021
Guest Facilitator: Dr. Todd Bruce, Assistant Provost, Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment
Friday, February 19, 2021
“Teaching, Research, and Service”
Guest Facilitators: Dr. Bonnie Gunzenhauser, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Al Miciak, Dean, Boler College of Business, Dr. Steven Herbert, Provost & Academic Vice President
Friday, March 19, 2021
“The Path to Tenure Process”
Guest Facilitators: TBD
Friday, April 16, 2021
“Faculty Governance / Service Learning”
Guest Facilitators: Dr. Brent Brossmann, Chair, Faculty Council and Sr. Katherine Feely, SND, Director, Center for Service and Social Action
Part time faculty bring a wealth of expertise and experience to the curriculum and course offerings at John Carroll University. This site is meant to provide a one-stop source of information about teaching at John Carroll, from the nuts and bolts of new hire orientation, through classroom policies and procedures (including syllabi and grading), to the resources available through the various offices on campus. Thanks to all our part time faculty for their invaluable contribution to the education of John Carroll students!
If you have any questions or suggestions about this website, please contact Dr. Jim Krukones, the Associate Academic Vice President, at email@example.com.
Part-Time Faculty Travel Award
Limited travel support is available to part-time faculty members who are actively participating in external conferences, seminars, workshops, and professional meetings.
Eligibility: The applicant must be employed currently as part-time faculty for a credit-bearing course. An applicant can receive no more than one award per academic year.
Active Participation: Can be understood as presentation of a research paper or poster session, chairmanship of a research session, participation in a symposium panel, or participation in a professional musical or dance performance.
Timeline: Travel must occur within the time period beginning one calendar week prior to the start of classes and ending one calendar week prior to the beginning of the next term (Spring or Fall). If a faculty member is unable to attend the proposed activity, she/he needs to notify the Dean immediately; failure to do so will result in ineligibility for travel awards for the next 12 months.
Deadline: Applications are normally due the second week of class for each semester. Exceptions will be considered in the case of a late hire. Notifications will normally occur by the third week of class.
Reporting responsibility: Faculty recipients will be expected to share the results of what they learned with the JCU community. Sharing can occur through a report to the Chair and Dean, a presentation at Celebration of Scholarship, or in other ways suggested by the faculty member and approved by the Dean.
Application: Please fill out the application at the bottom of this web page. Please note that you will be asked to attach a CV to your application.
Selection: The Dean will review applications and select awardees based on the following criteria:
- Potential benefit to students
- Benefit to the faculty member: the applicant has documented how the proposed travel activity will advance or enhance his/her current teaching and/or research.
Award amounts: Up to $1000 per award, with a total pool of up to $8,000.
Outstanding Part-Time Faculty Teaching Award
Purpose: These awards recognize the contributions part-time faculty members make to the teaching mission of the University.
Eligibility: Any part-time faculty member currently teaching at JCU and who has taught here for at least 3 semesters. Nominees should have made outstanding contributions to the education of JCU students.
- Any department chair or program director may initiate a nomination.
- Nominations should include a letter detailing the contributions of the nominee and providing evidence of these contributions. The nomination should also include a current CV of the nominee.
- Four awards will be given annually: two from the College of Arts and Sciences, and two from the Boler School of Business.
- Nominations are due by the third Monday of March to the office of the appropriate Dean.
- The selection committee is chaired by the Dean and will consist of two part-time faculty and two full-time faculty members. The committee will review applications and notify the winners during the last week of classes. Winners will be announced to the campus community.
- Nominations will be judged based on evidence of exceptional teaching as demonstrated by the development and/or implementation of innovative teaching and learning strategies, evidence of high standards for both the rigor and currency of course content, and demonstrated mastery by students of the learning outcomes articulated for the course(s).
- The Outstanding Part-Time Faculty Members each will receive a $500 award.
Listing of Award Recipients
Academic Year 2018-2019:
Mr. Earl Pike - Non Profit Administration
Dr. Thomas Roche - English Dept. (Co-Winner)
Mr. Robert (Bo) Smith - English Dept. (Co-Winner)
Academic Year 2017-2018:
Ms. Michele Freyhauf - Theology & Religious Studies Dept.
Dr. Jennifer Moe - Education & School Psychology Dept.
Academic Year 2016-2017:
Yvonne Bruce - English Dept.
Sara Schiavoni - Political Science Dept.
George Vourlojianis - History Dept.
If you have any questions about the services provided by the Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President, please contact:
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs