Promotion and Tenure

P&T dossiers are due to the dean's office by November 1st of the academic year that the faculty member is going up for promotion.

MEMO from the Provost

If you have a faculty member coming up for promotion who has a secondary appointment in another department, please notify the chair of that department during the spring prior to the fall when he or she is coming up so that your candidate can be promoted in his or her secondary appointment during the same academic year.

 

Promotion to Higher Rank

Tenured Faculty Eligibility for Promotion

A department can put up a tenured assistant or associate professor for promotion to higher rank in any year after the professor concerned receives tenure.  College guidelines intend that all tenured associate professors will go up for full no later than in the seventh or eigth year after receiving tenure, although this is not a requirement.  According to the University's Administrative Regulations, a tenured assistant or associate professor whose promotion to higher rank has not been considered by an Academic Area Advisory Committee for a period of six years can request a promotion review by September 1 of the seventh or a subsequent academic year. If such a request is initiated, the normal promotion procedure is followed, and a copy of the faculty member's request is attached to the dossier so that all committees and individuals examining the dossier are aware that the review has been initiated under this rule.  It is the responsibility of department chairs to notify faculty members who qualify under this rule that they do so before September 1st.  Refer to AR2-1-1 pages 6&7

 

Promotion to Senior Lecturer

According to the lecturer ARs that went into effect June 8, 2010, a lecturer can be promoted to senior lecturer after five years of continuous service as lecturer.  Note that the promotion process cannot be officially initiated until after the five year span has been completed.

To begin the process of promotion, construct a promotion dossiers similar to the ones constructed for promoting faculty in the regular title series.  A list of dossier contents is found on another link. The centerpiece of the dossier should be the teaching portfolio.  Sections on professional development, administration, and service should be included only if these areas of activity have been part of the candidate’s DOE.  Letters from all regular and special title series faculty and senior lecturers in the department are required, as is a chairs letter.  No external letters are required.

After the dossier has been compiled in the department, please submit to the Associate Dean of Faculty in the College following the instructions found on the 'Submitting Electronic Dossiers' page.  Due dates for dossiers are October 1 and February 1(for off-cycle cases), though you should let the Associate Dean know of your intention by no later than the beginning of the semester involved. Appointments are effective the following July1. The Associate Dean will release the dossiers to the appropriate Advisory Committee, who will advise the Dean on the merits of the promotion.  The letters of the Dean and the Advisory Committee are added to the dossiers, which then proceeds to the Provost’s office.  The Provost makes the final decision on the promotion, without reference to an Area Committee.

 

 

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