Who We Are
Meet the members of our office!
I provide administrative oversight and policy interpretation and development for most aspects of faculty life, from recruitment to retirement and most things in between. I chair the campus tenure and promotion committee (VCAC), Program Review Panel, Salary Equity Appeals Committee, and various others.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 303/492-5491.
I provide administrative support for the LEAP (Leadership Education for Advancement and Promotion) program. My work primarily involves assisting the LEAP Faculty Director with planning and managing logistics for all workshops and events, including LEAP lunches and Introductory Leadership Workshops. In addition, I also assist with planning and organizing the annual New Faculty Orientation.
I can be reached at Carrie.Bagli@colorado.edu or at 303/735-5993
Faculty Information System (FIS) Business Analyst
My role is to advise and support the Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs on matters of faculty data and related policy. I manage our Faculty Information System (FIS) database, which is used to track personnel actions including hiring, tenure and promotion, and career history. I am the primary support person on campus for the Faculty Report of Professional Activities (FRPA), completed by faculty as part of the annual evaluation process, and also used as a source of data for VIVO CU-Boulder. I provide user support, help protect the integrity of our data, and give feedback to our development team in an effort to continually improve our systems. I also handle reporting requirements for all faculty personnel actions on the Regents’ Agenda and the Chancellor’s Delegation Report.
I can be reached at Kristina.Cizmar@colorado.edu or at 303/492-3055.
Program Assistant and Faculty Affairs Budget Officer
In my role as budget officer, I oversee the accounting and purchasing activities for Faculty Affairs. I am the primary Faculty Affairs liaison for faculty retirement agreements, faculty annual merit evaluations, and annual sabbatical and post-tenure review summary reporting. Our office maintains faculty personnel data in the Faculty Information System (FIS) database, and I support this effort with data entry, reconciliation, and reporting. I also coordinate the Fall Convocation event, held annually in Old Main.
Director of Faculty Relations
My work focuses on activities intended to foster a positive and productive working environment for faculty members. I provide direct conflict resolution services as well as coaching and training to help faculty and academic administrators manage conflict in their professional relationships. When appropriate, I recommend changes in policies and procedures to enable the University community deal to more effectively with issues of conflict and conduct. I also investigate allegations of unprofessional behavior or faculty misconduct (excluding discrimination and sexual harassment) and make recommendations for administrative action.
Assistant to the Associate Vice Chancellor
I provide administrative support to the campus Program Review Panel, the faculty body responsible for reviewing academic units. I work to coordinate the proceedings of the panel and the supporting internal and external review committees. I serve as the primary point of contact for units undergoing review. In addition to my PRP work, I coordinate the annual orientation for new faculty. I also oversee the maintenance of the Faculty Affairs website.
Professional Assistant to the Associate Vice Chancellor
I provide administrative oversight for campus recruitment and faculty hiring activities, and receive and review offer letters for 100% (full-time) faculty through email@example.com. I also provide administrative support for the Vice Chancellor’s Advisory Committee (VCAC), which is the campus-level review committee for faculty comprehensive review, tenure and promotion cases.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 303/492-6407.
Director of the FIS Development Team
My role is to guide the direction of our internal team of developers working on the Faculty Information System (FIS) and to support reporting and process needs related to faculty data for the Boulder campus. FIS was developed by the Boulder campus and serves as the main resource for data on the faculty. The system tracks personnel actions such as faculty hiring, tenure and promotion, career history, information on faculty research interests and professional activities. Additional applications managed by the FIS Team include the Faculty Report of Professional Activities (FRPA), an important tool for the annual evaluation process and the VIVO CU-Boulder project, an online search and discovery profile system that highlights faculty research and expertise. Our projects extend beyond the Boulder campus as UCCS has recently adopted the suite of FIS applications, and we continue to work with the VIVO open-source community to build a national research network.
I can be reached at email@example.com or at 303/492-4226.
FIS Lead Developer
My work is focused on maintaining and enhancing the Faculty Information System (FIS) to accurately collect and represent faculty data including appointments, tenure, personnel events, research interests and professional activities. I maintain an active working relationship with campus and university IT groups to keep FIS in sync with other data systems and technology initiatives.
I can be reached at Alex.Viggio@colorado.edu or at 303/492-0940.