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Promotion and Tenure Implementation. Revised Recommendations for Implementation 2006-7 Doug Johnson Carol Johnston Susan Mattson Richard Morris Paul Patterson Duane Roen Nancy Gutierrez / Marjorie Zatz. Recent Developments in P&T. Max ten outside letters from top scholars

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Promotion and Tenure Implementation

Revised Recommendations for Implementation 2006-7

Doug Johnson

Carol Johnston

Susan Mattson

Richard Morris

Paul Patterson

Duane Roen

Nancy Gutierrez / Marjorie Zatz


Recent Developments in P&T

  • Max ten outside letters from top scholars

  • Dean approval of external reviewers

  • Justification of reviewers/credentials

  • Additional information added at each level

  • Units/Colleges confirm full documentation

  • Recommendations to Provost

  • President announces decision

  • President/Provost report, confer, and debrief

  • Senate Approval of P&T Revisions 2003/4

  • Implementation Task Force 2004/5


Senators Voiced Concerns with AY2004/5 Implementation Recommendations

  • Ad hoc Committees

    • High cost for “near expertise”

    • Possible unintended consequences

    • Consistency concerns

    • Additional uncertainty for candidate

  • Advocate

    • Internal Committee needs less local culture

    • Chair may not be effective advocate


Role of University Committee

Unit level committee and Chair

By –Laws and communicated expectations

Contributions to unit goals and mission

Disciplinary contributions & scholarship

Special knowledge of research, teaching, and service

College level committee and Dean

Contributions to mission and goals of College/School

Local insight & broad disciplinary perspective

University Committee

Broad Perspective of University

Convincing evidence of contribution to unit, college, & ASU

Documented Scholarship


Standing Area Committees

  • University Committee

  • Seven Members

  • Campus representative elected by faculty

  • Provost appointees to provide balance

  • Three year staggered terms

  • Normally full professors


University Committees inSix Broad Disciplinary Areas

  • Art and Design

  • Humanities

  • Physical & Life Sciences

  • Social Sciences

  • Engineering & Technology

  • Managerial & Legal Studies


Key Success Factors

  • Updated Unit By-Laws

  • Training for members Area Committees

  • Annual process review and adaptations

  • Formal Review of process after 3 Years


Timeline

  • Fall 2005 – Senate review and acceptance

  • Spring 2006 – Beginning March

    • Candidates notify Provost

    • Campuses elect Area Committee members

    • Provost nominates members to balance

    • Senate Leadership approves nominations

    • Training and P&T Committee meetings scheduled


Next Steps

  • Today –

    • Questions of clarification

  • Coming month

    • Senators discuss with faculty in units

  • September Meeting

    • Substantive Debate

    • Vote on recommendation


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