Our world-renowned faculty teach and engage in interdisciplinary and collaborative scholarship across the arts and humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences.

Many important faculty documents can be found on the Academic Council website. This includes faculty categories and titles, family and medical leave documents, and appointment procedures.

Many other key pieces of information are in the Faculty Handbook. The Faculty Handbook is available online. (JHED credentials required).

Faculty Lists

Faculty Benefits

The JHU Benefits website is the central online resource for benefits information.

Determining Benefits for the Appointment Form

Eligibility for benefits must be included on the appointment form.  For assistance in determining if the faculty appointee is eligible for full-time, part-time, temporary or limited, or no benefits, consult the Benefits Eligibility Summary.  You may also contact the KSAS Office of Human Resources.

Faculty Leaves of Absence

Krieger-specific faculty leave information can be found on the¬†KSAS Faculty Leave Policy¬†document, and general faculty Family and Medical Leave is on the Academic Council website. FAQ’s regarding faculty leave are provided here.

For additional Family and Medical Leave and Parental Teaching Relief information please contact HR.

International Faculty Appointments

The Office of International Services (OIS) provides assistance for all international scholars at the Homewood campus to obtain and maintain their appropriate visa status during their stay at the University. The OIS website also contains the information necessary to guide administrators through the process of hiring new international scholars (see Hiring Process for University Departments).

Faculty Mentoring

The Dean’s Office is extending its mentoring program for assistant professors to include associate professors.  The Guidelines are laid out in the Assistant and Associate Professor Mentoring Guidelines document.

Faculty Search Practices

Johns Hopkins University is committed to hiring and retaining exceptional faculty.  To that end, we have outlined Best Search Practices.  In addition, the search process for full-time tenured and tenure track faculty in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences has been laid out in the KSAS Faculty Search Process document. Any individuals serving on a faculty hiring committee will receive additional detail and documentation from the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and/or the hiring manager.