Standard Vita Report
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The Standard Vita Report produces vitas for selected faculty members.
A single Vita, as well as vitas for multiple faculty members can be exported to print, Microsoft Word, or PDF.
Report access is based upon a user's permissions. For example, a provost might have permissions to access all reports at the university level and below, while deans might only have access to reports for their colleges.
- To access the report, click the Navigation menu to the left of the screen, in the Administration section, click Reports.
- Select Standard Vitas (under Administrative Reports).
The Standard Vitas - Count by Unit page displays.
- If necessary, change the Employment Status by selecting the appropriate employment status from the drop-down.
- Assigned to Unit As defaults to Primary Unit. The available options for Assigned to Unit As are primary, secondary, or both.
- Click the hyperlink number for the unit corresponding to the faculty member. If necessary, click the plus sign to expand a unit.
- After clicking a number relevant to a unit. a list of the faculty members assigned to the unit displays. Specify the vita report options:
- Template: Select the vita drop-down to be used.
- Begin and End Semester: Select the academic terms for the vita you wish to view.
- Employment Status: Select the appropriate employment status from the list.
- Assigned to Unit as: Select either Primary Unit, Secondary Unit, or Both.
Exporting and Sharing the Standard Vita Report
- To export vitas for multiple faculty members, click the Bulk Export button.
- A dialog box appears. Click the Select Faculty button.
- Use the faculty selection tool to specify the faculty for whom a vita should be exported.
- Document Type: Available options are print, Microsoft Word, and PDF.
- Click the Export button.
Note: Selecting Microsoft Word or PDF format will create a .zip file of all the vitas.
- To export a vita one faculty member at a time, click the export icon for each faculty member.
- To view a particular vita, click the View (eye) icon
- To search for a particular faculty member, enter the name in the Search box.