Faculty Promotion & Tenure/Mid-Probationary Review Information
The authoritative text for faculty is the Faculty Handbook. The Faculty Handbook spells out university-wide guidelines for mid-probationary review, tenure and promotion and promotion to professor, and also contains policies for Post-Tenure Review. These guidelines and policies can be found in Section B4: Faculty Reviews.
Guidelines for the review of tenured faculty are available on the Office of Faculty Affairs & ServicesM website.
- Annual Reviews
- Annual Reviews – Criteria
- Annual Reviews – Process
- Annual Review Summaries
- More Complete Review
Questions concerning the review process that cannot be answered by the Department Chair should be referred to the Associate Dean at the Anderson School of Management.
Documents for Faculty and Departments
Deadlines for 2016/2017
|10/3/2016||Mid-Probationary/Tenure & Promotion/Promotion/Lecturer Promotion files (faculty dossier) due to department chair.|
|12/1/2016||Mid-Probationary/Lecturer Promotion files (faculty dossier and department documentation) due to DARC|
|1/11/2017||Tenure & Promotion/Promotion files (faculty dossier and department documentation) due to DARC|
|1/31/2017||Mid-Probationary/Tenure & Promotion/Promotion/Lecturer Promotion files (faculty dossier, department documentation and DARC documentation) due to Dean’s Office|
In addition to the general guidelines in the Faculty Handbook, each Department has developed a set of performance expectations for tenured faculty reflective of the expectations in the discipline. Annual reviews of tenured faculty must be shared with the faculty member and he/she has an opportunity for appending additional information to the Chair’s review and for appealing an annual review to the Dean. Consult the Handbook for information on the appeal process.
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