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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

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

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

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

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

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 in six broad disciplinary areas

University Committees inSix Broad Disciplinary Areas

  • Art and Design

  • Humanities

  • Physical & Life Sciences

  • Social Sciences

  • Engineering & Technology

  • Managerial & Legal Studies


Key success factors

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

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

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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