Graduate Program Directors

All Warrington Graduate Program Directors report to the AUH of the department/school with which the relevant degree program is affiliated. Graduate degree programs that are exempt are MBA, MIB, MSM and MS-MRK, which report directly to the Sr. Associate Dean.

  • Appointment of Graduate Program Directors. Appointment of a full-time faculty member as Graduate Program Director will follow the following process. The process begins with a nomination/recommendation to the College Dean from the chair/director of the unit with which the degree program is affiliated. With approval of the Dean, Graduate Program directors are appointed for a five-year term. Renewal of appointment is subject to review and recommendation by the chair/director and the Dean.
  • FAR & Effort – Graduate Program Director activity/service should be included on the employee’s Faculty Assignment Report (FAR) and Effort Report. Official UF duties should be reported each semester on the Faculty Assignment Report (duties being “assigned” before each term begins) and Effort Report (what is reported as “actual” effort after each term has ended) – Only what is reported via these processes should be included in a faculty member’s annual evaluation.
  • Faculty Annual Reports should include graduate program activity (IV. A. Leadership Positions Held).
  • A periodic administrative review will be completed during the spring of the last year of appointment. Continuation as a Graduate Program Director will be based on the needs of the college, recommendation of the chair/director and the outcomes of the Administrative review.

Current directors will serve until Fall 2022 at which time new appointees will start their five-year terms.