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Institution Profile: University of California, Irvine

LocationUnited States of America
Type of InstitutionComprehensive University or equivalent
Academic DisciplinesDiscipline non-specified

• The University of California- Irvine has publicly announced its recognition of the importance of team science in contemporary research.
• In light of this, since 2019, faculty candidates going for promotions are provided with a list of possible types of teamwork and collaboration contributions they can include as they prepare their portfolios for submission.
• Criteria to consider with respect to team science include a candidate’s conceptual, methodological, resource, project-level and/or dissemination contributions.
• To avoid a one-size fits all policy, the University recognizes not all candidates fit a team science profile, however, the criteria is intended to recognize the contributions of those that do.

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Identifying Faculty Contributions to Collaborative Scholarship 2

This page by University of California Irvine (UCI) discusses the increasingly prominent aspect of 21st century research of collaboration.
University of California, Irvine
United States of America (Comprehensive University or equivalent)
Topics:
Research collaboration
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Guidance for Faculty on Preparing Files: Collaborative Contributions List 1

University of California Irvine (UCI) lists the types of collaborative contributions faculty can make at this institution to help improve and promote an academic climate that facilitates team-based discovery.
University of California, Irvine
United States of America (Comprehensive University or equivalent)
Topics:
Research collaboration
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