Office of the Provost - Academic Affairs

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Faculty Advancement Due Dates 2013-14

PLEASE NOTE: All advancement files must be submitted electronically as an indexed PDF document. Click here for more information and instructions.

Autumn Quarter 2013


Tenure Applications

Due in Deans' Offices Friday September 6, 2013
Due in Provost's Office Friday September 20, 2013


Emeriti Status Recommendations

Letter of Request
Due in Deans' Offices Friday October 11, 2013
Resolution from Deans' Offices
Due in Provost's Office Friday October 25, 2013


Sabbatical / Leave-of-Absence Applications

Due in Deans' Offices Friday October 25, 2013
Due in Provost's Office Friday November 8, 2013
Access Application for Sabbatical Leave (PDF)

 

Promotion Applications

Due in Deans' Offices Friday November 1, 2013
Due in Provost's Office Friday November 29, 2013

 

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Winter Quarter 2014


Step-Increase Recommendations

Contact your department chair or dean indicating your eligibility prior to the due date.

Deans then make their recommendations to the Office of the Provost as part of the annual

contracting process.

Due in Deans' Offices Friday January 3, 2014
Due in Provost's Office Friday January 17, 2014

Faculty Research Grant Applications

Find research and grant information at the The Center for Scholarship and Faculty Development website.

Pre-Tenure Review

Due in Deans' Offices Friday March 14, 2014
Due in Provost's Office Friday March 28, 2014


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Spring Quarter 2014


Weter Faculty Award

Due in Provost's Office Friday May 9, 2014
See the Weter Application Guidelines

 

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Post-Tenure Review

Tenured faculty should undergo post-tenure reviews at least every five years (see Faculty Handbook, Section 5.5.5). Schools and departments are free to create their own annual schedules for post-tenure reviews, but should send a brief report to the Office of the Provost. All reporting for these reviews must be completed by the end of Spring Quarter (June 23, 2014).

Non-Tenure Track Review Process

Faculty in non-tenure track positions shall be evaluated in the third year of their full-time employment. Performance reviews should recur at least every five years thereafter (see Faculty Handbook, Section 5.5.4). Schools and departments are free to create ther own annual schedules for non-tenure track faculty performance reviews, but should send a brief report to the Office of the Provost. All reporting for these reviews must be completed by the end of Spring Quarter (June 23, 2014).