Faculty Promotion

Faculty Promotion

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This section of the Faculty Handbook describes the review of faculty for promotion.
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FACULTY PROMOTION

2.16 Faculty Promotion
2.16.1 Review for Progress Toward Promotion
2.16.2 Review for Promotion


2.16 Faculty Promotion

Tenure-earning, tenured, and non-tenure-earning faculty are eligible for promotion.

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2.16.1 Review for Progress Toward Promotion

Non-tenured tenure-earning faculty at the rank of instructor, assistant librarian, or assistant professor shall be reviewed for progress toward promotion by both the department chair and an appropriate departmental (or, in its absence, school-wide or library) promotions committee concurrently with reviews for progress toward the award of tenure. Non-tenured tenure-earning faculty at the rank of associate professor or above, associate librarian or above, tenured faculty, and non-tenure-earning faculty initiate the process by requesting reviews by both the department chair and an appropriate departmental (or, in its absence, school-wide or library) promotions committee. The faculty member shall be invited to provide information not previously submitted to the departmental or unit’s activity file. The chair and faculty member shall be advised in writing of the results of the departmental or, where appropriate, school or library review of progress toward promotion.

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2.16.2 Review for Promotion

The procedure for review and decision for faculty promotions shall follow the process outlined in this Handbook. Promotion of a faculty member’s primary appointment does not automatically result in promotion of secondary appointment(s).

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