DOSSIER WORKSHOP. 3 rd , 4 th , & 5th Year Retention Eileen Barrett Office of Faculty Development 12-07-06. Tips for Compiling Your Retention Dossier. Due: January 15 th. SEVEN BASIC TIPS FROM SUE SCHAEFER. START NOW & DON’T STOP APPEARANCES COUNT FOCUS ON THE DOCUMENTS EXPLAIN
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3rd, 4th, & 5th Year Retention
Office of Faculty Development
Due: January 15th
Typical size would be two binders and a third for student evaluations
Designated Custodian: Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs
Call to schedule an appoint to review your PAF (before Feb. 1)
Ms. Gina Traversa
Warren Hall 945, 885-3714
PAFPERSONNEL ACTION FILE (PAF)
#2 WPAF (Dossier)Working Personnel Action File (WPAF)
Explains the policies and procedures
Describes the criteria for retention, tenure, and promotion
Suggests the kinds of evidence that support instructional & professional achievement, internal & external service.
Conforms to the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between Cal State University (CSU) and California Faculty Association (CFA)
Is governed by the Academic Senate and approved by the President
PTR for Librarians is governed by a separate document
WRITE THE LETTER FOR THEM
Update last year’s cover letter
BREAK TIME! Document
Impartially administered student course evaluations with tabulated results from Office of Assessment & Testing
unedited summaries of student comments
Unsolicited letters from students
Unsolicited emails with substantive comments from students
Informal feedback on student learning
Articles submitted to a scholarly journal.
Published textbooks and other published instructional materials.
Scholarly activities funded by grants.
Submitted grant proposals.
Research reports or scholarly papers presented at conferences, colloquia, and other professional forums.
Participation in professional meetings as a discussant, committee member, or organizer of colloquia/seminars.
Service as a reviewer, an editor, a speaker, an officer of a professional organization, or a consultant.
Publication of expository material in a newspaper, journal, or on a refereed web site.
Scholarly awards and honors.
Second language fluency-let colleagues know
Music, Art, Technology
Is often a