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Academic Personnel Services Unit (APSU)

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When Harvest Shared Service Center (HSSC) was formed in July 2013, the Academic Personnel Services (APSU) division was formed to coordinate and streamline Academic services for the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS).

 
College Analyst Reviewer for all Academic Personnel Actions for Decanal Approval
 
  • Merit & Promotion Files

  • eFilePlus

  • Active Service Modified Duties (ASMD)

  • Stop the Clock (STC) Requests

  • Instructional Workload Credits (IWC)

  • Labor Relations (Academic)

  • Outside Activities (APM 025)

  • Summer Salary & Additional Compensation

  • Course Buyouts

Academic Personnel (AP) Department Assistants

 

  • Non-Senate Appointments & Reappointments (Postdocs, Specialists, Researchers, Project Scientists, Academic Coordinators, Visiting Scholars, etc.)

  • Leaves & Sabbaticals

  • Visas

  • Academic Recruitments (AP Recruit: Senate & Non-Senate)

  • Academic Appointment Files (Senate & Cooperative Extension)

  • Recall Appointments

  • Summer Session Appointments
     

CNAS Departments

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CNAS Science News

 

A hand holds up a cicada specimen
Cicada explosion mystifies insect experts
Doug Yanega, senior scientist at UC Riverside’s Entomology Research Museum, discusses one of nature's unsolved mysteries: the 17-year life cycle of cicadas in the Eastern U.S.
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chemical nose
Chemical ‘nose’ sniffs critical differences in DNA structures
Small changes in the structure of DNA have been implicated in breast cancer and other diseases, but they’ve been extremely difficult to detect — until now. Using what they describe as a “chemical nose,” UC Riverside chemists are able to “smell” when bits of DNA are folded in unusual ways.
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$1 million project helps tribal nations adapt to climate change
UC Riverside ecologists are leading a $1 million plant protection project that will help Southern California’s tribal nations adapt to climate change. 
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UC Riverside-led work could lead to better computer technologies
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