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2005 Annual Faculty Development Seminar Appointment, Promotion and Tenure In the Professorial Ranks. Part I Academic Ranks & Tenure in the national context Part II Appointment, Promotion & Tenure at NYUSoM. The Oath. To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents.

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Part I
    • Academic Ranks & Tenure in the national context
  • Part II
    • Appointment, Promotion & Tenure at NYUSoM
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The Oath

To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents

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To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents [faculty mentor] and to live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give him a share of mine,

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To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents [faculty mentor] and to live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give him a share of mine [socialist origin of the depressed salaries of faculty], and to regard his offspring as equal to my brothers in male lineage

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To hold him who has taught me this art [faculty mentor] as equal to my parents and to live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give him a share of mine [socialist origin of the depressed salaries of tenure], and to regard his offspring as equal to my brothers in male lineage [origin of gender discrimination] and to teach this art…to my sons and to the sons of him who has instructed me and to pupils who have signed the covenant and have taken an oath according to the medical law, but no one else.

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To hold him who has taught me this art [faculty mentor] as equal to my parents and to live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give him a share of mine [socialist origin of the depressed salaries of tenure], and to regard his offspring as equal to my brothers in male lineage [origin of gender discrimination] and to teach this art…to my sons and to the sons of him who has instructed me and to pupils who have signed the covenant and have taken an oath according to the medical law, but no one else [origin of both the Guild and the Guilt of our separation from the proles]

origins of tenure
Origins of Tenure

Professors” durante vita

Lehrfrieheit

Morrill Act: assistant, associate, professor

David Starr Jordan fires Edward A. Ross

AAUP

tenure defined
Tenure Defined
  • [AAUP] Tenure is a means to certain ends; specifically (1) freedom of teaching and research and of extramural activities; and (2) a sufficient degree of economic security to make the profession of teaching attractive to men and women of ability.
  • [NYUFH] Academic tenure is a means to certain ends, specifically: (1) freedom of teaching and research*; and (2) a sufficient degree of economic security to make the profession of teaching attractive to men and women of ability.
social engineering adea
Social Engineering: ADEA
  • Tenure concepts were developed when the expectation and the rule was “retirement” at 65
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Amendmentsof 1986 , *1992
national context
National Context
  • Decline in reimbursements to the clinical side of academic medical centers
    • BBA of ’97
    • Managed care
national context1
National Context
  • Dramatic rise in the number of faculty, especially clinical faculty
  • (1) Movement to non-tenure tracks(2) Financial definition
financial guarantee of tenure 97
Financial Guarantee of Tenure ‘97

Nb= 102Nc=94

Jones and Gold, Acad Med 1998

what is that guarantee
What is that Guarantee?

Nb= 102Nc=94

Jones and Gold, Acad Med 1998

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Part I
    • Tenure considered in the national context
  • Part II
    • Appointment, Promotion & Tenure at NYUSoM
primary themes
Primary Themes
  • Investigator / Educator Track, a full-time tenure track for those faculty members in any department whose primary career is in independent, investigator-initiated research and who devote some time to education and service.
  • Investigator Clinician / Educator Track, a full-time tenure track…for those faculty in the clinical departments whose primary career combines independent research with clinical activities and who devote some time to education and service.
what does it take
What does it take?
  • Advance the field
  • Peer recognition
  • If you haven’t done it all, you have to be really outstanding in part of it

Scholarship

alternate pathway
Alternate Pathway
  • Teaching
    • Excellence in the “classroom”
    • Invention of new approaches
    • Peer recognition for pedagogical activities
primary themes1
Primary Themes
  • Clinician Investigator / Educator Track, a full-time non-tenure track for those faculty members in clinical departments whose primary career is in the provision of clinical care and who devote a substantial portion of their efforts to teaching, research, and service.
  • Research / Educator Track, a full-time non-tenure track for those faculty members in any department whose primary career is in research, but who devote a portion of their efforts to education and service.
alternate pathway1
Alternate Pathway
  • Teaching
    • Excellence in the “classroom”
    • Invention of new approaches
    • Peer recognition for pedagogical activities
primary themes2
Primary Themes
  • Clinical Track, a part-time non-tenure track for those faculty members in clinical departments whose primary career is in the provision of clinical care and who devote some time to teaching, research and/or service.
  • Research Track, a part-time non-tenure track for those faculty involved in part-time or time-limited research in other's laboratories and who devote limited time to teaching and service.
three eras of promotion
Three Eras of Promotion

42 moved off and 6 moved on the tenure track

  • October 1989 – December 1994
  • January 1995 – May 2002
  • June 2002 – June 2004
timeline of tenure1

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

Timeline of Tenure
timeline of tenure2

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

1750

Educational-industrial complex:Gifts of endowed chairs and “Professors”durante vita

Timeline of Tenure
timeline of tenure3

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

1750

Educational-industrial complex:Gifts of endowed chairs and “Professors”durante vita

Transition to non-sectarian educationlehrfreiheitresearch university is born

1800s

Timeline of Tenure
timeline of tenure4

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

1750

Educational-industrial complex:Gifts of endowed chairs and “Professors”durante vita

Transition to non-sectarian educationlehrfreiheitresearch university is born

1800s

1862

Morrill Act: assistant, associate and full professor

Timeline of Tenure
timeline of tenure5

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

1750

Educational-industrial complex:Gifts of endowed chairs and “Professors”durante vita

Transition to non-sectarian educationlehrfreiheitresearch university is born

1800s

1862

Morrill Act: Assistant, associate and full professor

Timeline of Tenure
timeline of tenure6

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

1750

Educational-industrial complex:Gifts of endowed chairs and “Professors”durante vita

Transition to non-sectarian educationlehrfreiheitresearch university is born

1800s

1862

Morrill Act: Assistant, associate and full professor

1900

The Economics Cases:David Starr Jordan fires Edward A. Ross

Timeline of Tenure
timeline of tenure7

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

1750

Educational-industrial complex:Gifts of endowed chairs and “Professors”durante vita

Transition to non-sectarian educationlehrfreiheitresearch university is born

1800s

1862

Morrill Act: Assistant, associate and full professor

1900

The Economics Cases:David Starr Jordan fires Edward A. Ross

1913-1940

AAUP

Timeline of Tenure
timeline of tenure8

1600-1700+

Model of Oxford & Cambridge: tutors

1750

Educational-industrial complex:Gifts of endowed chairs and “Professors”durante vita

Transition to non-sectarian educationlehrfreiheitresearch university is born

1800s

1862

Morrill Act: Assistant, associate and full professor

1900

The Economics Cases:David Starr Jordan fires Edward A. Ross

1913-1940

1986, 1992

AAUP

Age Discrimination in Employment Amendments

Timeline of Tenure