Full-time academic employees at the rank of Instructor (or equivalent) or above, who have completed six years of service without having received leave with pay, may petition for sabbatical leave for study and research, the object of which is to enable them to increase their professional efficiency and usefulness to the University.
LSU Faculty360 is an online software solution for vita management. It allows for robust faculty activity data collection, maintenance and reporting on the teaching, research and service activities of LSU’s faculty.
Workday is LSU’s administrative system for financial, payroll and human resources processes. From this site you will find a variety of resources and frequent updates.
The Faculty Technology Center (FTC) provides IT support, consultations, and innovative solutions to faculty and graduate teaching assistants tailored to their individual teaching, research, and operational needs. Services include workshops and webinars, customized workshops by request, one-on-one consultations, virtual assistance, and events.
Summer Leadership Institute
The Summer Leadership Institute is offered to academic administrators and is designed specifically for academic department chairs and associate deans. The goal is to serve as an opportunity to provide administrators with useful tools for the upcoming academic year and to provide updates on policies and procedures.
Academic Analytics (AA) is a private firm providing data on faculty scholarly activity to PhD‐ granting universities in the US and UK. Founded in 2005 by then‐graduate school dean Lawrence Martin of Stony Brook University, AA has at least 35 AAU and 90 total subscribers plus over 70 employees working from locations throughout the US and UK.
Upon return to the University following sabbatical leave, faculty complete a report on accomplishments during their sabbatical leave. The Faculty Sabbatical Report is a compilation of sabbatical summaries from the 2017-2018 school year. Click here to view the report.