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Promotion & Tenure Program. Promotion to Full Professor. Office of Academic Affairs Faculty Appointments & Advancement. Welcome and Opening Remarks. Nasser Paydar, PhD Executive Vice Chancellor Chief Academic Officer. Promotion to Full Professor Overview of Criteria. h.

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promotion tenure program

Promotion & Tenure Program

Promotion to Full Professor

Office of Academic Affairs

Faculty Appointments & Advancement

welcome and opening remarks
Promotion to Full ProfessorWelcome and Opening Remarks

Nasser Paydar, PhD

Executive Vice Chancellor

Chief Academic Officer

promotion to full professor overview of criteria

Promotion to Full ProfessorOverview of Criteria

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Thomas F. Fisher, PhD, OT, FAOTA,

Professor & ChairmanDepartment of Occupational Therapy

School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences

definitions of excellence
Promotion to Full ProfessorDefinitions of Excellence
  • The candidate's accomplishments in rank have had impact at the national level.
  • The candidate is recognized nationally and/or internationally for contributions to his/her field.
  • The candidate has a sustained national reputation as demonstrated by a well-established and cumulative body of work while in rank as an Associate Professor.
  • Distinguished contributions must be evident (IU Academic Handbook, 2008).
what you must do
Promotion to Full ProfessorWhat You MUST Do…
  • Consult your School-specific guidelines and the IUPUI Dean of the Faculties Guidelines for Promotion & Tenure
  • Know what constitutes excellence in your primary mission.
  • Know what constitutes satisfactory achievements in your secondary missions.
excellence
Promotion to Full ProfessorExcellence
  • Scholarship MUST be associated with your area of excellence.
  • National impact must be associated with your area of excellence.
  • National reputation for your work in your area of excellence.
teaching excellence in brief
Promotion to Full ProfessorTeaching Excellence in Brief
  • Extraordinary success in teaching, advising, mentoring and learning outcomes
  • Documented by peer and student evaluation over time with evidence of the impact on student performance
  • Sophisticated teaching philosophy that is reflective, innovative and evolved over time
  • Record of nationally and/or internationally disseminated, peer-reviewed, high quality scholarship with impactful outcomes and contributions to field
  • National or international teaching awards or significant funding for teaching projects or best practices
research excellence in brief
Promotion to Full ProfessorResearch Excellence in Brief
  • Evidence of dissemination of high quality scholarly work including peer-refereed presentations, publications in top tier journals with 1st or senior authorships
  • Significant contributions to the knowledge base in field that improved the work of others
  • National/international recognition of expertise and quality of work; participation in grant & manuscript review
  • Significant acquisition of external funding from competitive, valued sources
  • Evidence of independent, ongoing program of research with successive cumulative achievements
  • Leadership roles, awards and honors
service excellence in brief
Promotion to Full ProfessorService Excellence in Brief
  • Evidence of dissemination of high quality scholarly work including peer-refereed presentations & publications in service
  • Awards and recognition that reflect the significance and academic nature of the service
  • National/international recognition of the quality of the service work and leadership in service
  • Evidence of significant impact and outcomes of service
  • Invited presentations because of expertise in service
  • Leadership in national organizations and/or development of best practice standards
librarian excellence in brief
Promotion to Full ProfessorLibrarian Excellence in Brief
  • Record of superior performance as an associate librarian and attainment of state, regional, or national recognition in the library profession
  • Record of exceptional achievements in performance and a record of distinguished contributions to the university, profession, or community in the secondary area of excellence. Professional development, research and/or creativity and service are secondary criteria.
  • Performance and contributions to the secondary area must be carefully documented so that the quality is unquestionable and extraordinary in relation to peers.
resources
Promotion to Full Professor

Promotion to Full Professor

Campus Resources

Guideline References

resources
campus resources
Promotion to Full ProfessorCampus Resources
  • IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs http://academicaffairs.iupui.edu/
  • Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching (FACET) http://events.facet.iupui.edu/index.html
  • Office of Research Development http://research.iupui.edu/
  • OVCR - Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research http://research.iupui.edu/ovcr/
  • Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) http://ctl.iupui.edu/
  • Center for Research and Learning (CRL) http://www.crl.iupui.edu/
  • Center for Service and Learning (CSL) http://csl.iupui.edu/
  • Office for Women http://ofw.iupui.edu/
academic affairs website
Promotion to Full ProfessorAcademic Affairs Website
  • Dean of the Faculties’ Guidelines for Promotion and Tenure http://academicaffairs.iupui.edu/promotion-tenure/
  • Sample Dossiers http://academicaffairs.iupui.edu/promotion-tenure/samples.cfm
  • Program Materials http://academicaffairs.iupui.edu/promotion-tenure/programs/programMaterials.cfm
  • Adobe Presenter Programs http://academicaffairs.iupui.edu/promotion-tenure/programs/links.cfm
guidelines references
Promotion to Full ProfessorGuidelines References
  • Candidate’s Statement – p. 16
  • Teaching and Performance – p. 17
  • Research and Creative Activity – p. 19
  • Professional and University Service – p. 20
  • Rank Expectation & Excellence – p. 35
  • Documenting Teaching Performance - p. 37
  • Documenting Research – p. 40
  • Documenting Professional Service – p. 40
  • Documenting Librarian Performance – p. 45
  • Reviewer Form – p. 65
summary
Promotion to Full ProfessorSummary
  • Discuss with your Department Chair and School Dean
  • Know your School Expectations
  • Know the IUPUI Guidelines/Expectations
  • Suggest appropriate external reviewers
  • Prepare and present an effective dossier
questions
Promotion to Full ProfessorQUESTIONS?

Thank you for your attention.

Good Luck!

taking stock

TAKING STOCK

PEER EXCHANGE

taking stock peer exchange
Promotion to Full ProfessorTAKING STOCK peer exchange
  • Find a partner
  • Take 15 minutes to discuss the following:
    • Your area of excellence
    • Progress toward promotion to date
    • Biggest obstacle to overcome
    • Strategies to facilitate progress
    • Your plan of attack
panel discussion

Panel Discussion

With Recently Promoted Full Professors

Teaching, Research and Service

panel discussion1
Promotion to Full Professor

Teaching: Janet Fulton, PhD, Professor, Department of Adult Health, IU School of Nursing

Research: Michael Pitts, JD, Professor, Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Service: Paul Kwo, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology/Hepatology, IU School of Medicine

Panel discussion
evaluation adjournment
Promotion to Full ProfessorEvaluation & Adjournment
  • Questions or Comments?
  • Please take a few minutes to complete the program evaluation.
  • Thank you for joining us!
  • We wish you success in your pursuit of full professorship. Don not hesitate to contact us.