Promotion & Tenure

Next open meeting for promotion and/or tenure - May 1, 2017, 7:00 p.m. in Alderson Auditorium of the Kansas Union.

The handout for the open meeting is here.

Guidelines for the promotion and/or tenure process are found in department and school faculty evaluation plans and the Faculty Senate Rules and Regulations, Article VI.

NEW THIS YEAR

(1) addition of a Statement on Service to the Candidate Statements document as recommended by Faculty Governance and supported by the Provost and UCPT;

(2) clearer instructions for completing the Candidate P&T CV using the MSWord template or Faculty PRO, and

(3) additions/clarifications to the General and Electronic Submission instructions related to the first two changes and questions received during the 2017–2018 review cycle regarding changes to a candidate's documents during the initial review period. The other forms and instructions will be the same as this year, with the academic year updated to 2017–2018.

University Committee on Promotion & Tenure: Members & Procedures


General Information

Candidate Documents

Initial Review Evaluation Documents

Intermediate Review Evaluation Documents

Candidate Response Forms


UCPT Membership

Name

Title/Department/School

Term

Expires

Neeli Bendapudi

Provost

 

Paula Fite

Associate Professor, Clinical Child Psychology Program

2019

Changming Duan

Professor, Psychology & Research in Education

2017

Michael Engel

Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

2018

Monica Biernat

Distinguished Professor, Psychology

2017

Amalia Monroe-Gulick

KU Libraries (Fac Ex Rep)

2017

Mary Jo Reiff

Professor, English

2017

Prasad Kulkarni

Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

2019

Jeremy Shellhorn

Associate Professor, Design

2018

Tom Tuozzo

Professor, Philosophy

2018

David Fowle

Professor, Geology 

2019

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