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Post-Tenure Review Institute Oversight Committee Report Overview & Recommendations to Georgia Tech Faculty. April 22, 2003 Robert McMath Farrokh Mistree. IOC – Committee 2002. Faculty Philip Auslander. LCC Meiyin Chou. Physics Cheol Eun. Management Steve French. Architecture

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Post-Tenure ReviewInstitute Oversight CommitteeReport Overview & RecommendationstoGeorgia Tech Faculty

April 22, 2003

Robert McMath

Farrokh Mistree

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations

ioc committee 2002
IOC – Committee 2002

Faculty

  • Philip Auslander. LCC
  • Meiyin Chou. Physics
  • Cheol Eun. Management
  • Steve French. Architecture
  • Richard Fujimoto. CoC
  • Gary May. ECE
  • Administrators
  • MGT. Terry Blum / Eugene Comisky.
  • EGR. Narl Davidson / Don Giddens
  • CoC. Jim Foley
  • Arch. Tom Galloway
  • IAC. Sue Rosser
  • Sci. Gary Schuster

Co-Chairs

Bob McMath & Farrokh Mistree

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations

ioc objectives of reviews
IOC – Objectives of Reviews
  • Post-Tenure Reviews are aimed at facilitating faculty development, and ensuring intellectual vitality and competent levels of performance by all faculty throughout their professional careers. In both regards, the goal is to maximize the talents of tenured faculty within the broad array needed for effective performance of the units and the Institute.
  • Post-Tenure Reviews are both retrospective and prospective, inasmuch as they recognize past contributions and provide the means for continuous intellectual and professional growth.

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations

ioc recommendations adopted 9 17 02
IOC – Recommendations Adopted 9/17/02
  • Retain faculty-driven, peer evaluation process
  • Retain provision that the decision of the faculty peer reviewers is final
  • Focus on faculty development with 5/3 year recommendation to be part of the process
  • Change name from Post-Tenure Review (PTR) to Periodic Peer Review (PPR)
  • Replace Special Recognition feature with Program for Faculty Development for all
  • Major review of PPR process every five years with monitoring between major reviews
  • Responsibility instituting and maintaining Program for Faculty Development and monitoring process:
    • Dean of the Colleges of Architecture, Engineering, Ivan Allen, Sciences
    • VP Academic for Unitary Colleges of Computing and Management

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations

ioc recommendations adopted 9 17 021
IOC – Recommendations Adopted 9/17/02
  • A candidate has the right to select one faculty member (with full voting rights) for the PPR Committee; serve as advocate. Also has the option to remove one member of the PPR Committee.
  • All candidates to provide a summary of his/her past activities and goals for the next five years. Up to 5 pages.
  • Chair / Unit Head to provide an assessment of the goals of the candidate to the PPR. No comment on 3/5.
  • PPR Committee to address letter to candidate, record vote in letter and all members of the PPR Committee to sign the letter.
  • PPR Committee letter to include assessment of positives, constructive feedback after careful evaluation of performance and goals, and recommendations to Chair / Unit Head relevant to faculty development.
  • PPR Committee to provide justification in case of a 3 year recommendation.

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations

ioc tenured faculty with administrative titles
IOC – Tenured Faculty with Administrative Titles

Policy

  • Tenured faculty with administrative titles (other than unit chairs and above) are covered by Periodic Peer Review Process.

Question

  • Should tenured faculty with administrative titles be allowed to serve on Unit Level Committees?

IOC Recommendations

  • The faculty in each unit shall decide whether tenured faculty with administrative titles (other than unit heads) are eligible to serve on the unit-level Periodic Peer Review committee.
  • This decision is to be reviewed by the faculty at least once every five years.

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations

ioc appeals and grievances
IOC – Appeals and Grievances

Questions

  • How can a faculty member get a Unit Level Committee’s recommendation reversed?
  • How should a grievance against the PPR process be handled?

IOC Recommendations

  • On receipt of the review from the Dean / Vice Provost, a reviewee may appeal to the President to overturn a unit-level recommendation.
  • Grievances related to the Periodic Peer Review process shall be handled by the Faculty Status and Grievance Committee under Section 2.5.8.5 of the statutes of the Georgia Institute of Technology.

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations

ioc motion
IOC - Motion

The Georgia Tech Faculty on April 22, 2002 endorses the Recommendations of the 2002 Institute Oversight Committee (Post-Tenure Review) documented on Pages 6 and 7 of this presentation.

IOC - Report Overview & Recommendations