Wednesday March 19 is the deadline fir the P&T Committee's three year pre-tenure review of Denis Gregoire.
Friday March 14 is the deadline for my comments to Todd on NTT reappointment:
Drs. Bunch,   Butler  , Levine,   P
alladi,   Reilly,   Schutz,   Wallace   and White
(C) Pre-Tenure Cumulative Review for Tenure Track Faculty

Purpose of review. The purpose is to provide a formal review of the progress made toward promotion and tenure in order for tenure track faculty members to have a clear idea of how adequately they are progressing toward successfully achieving promotion and tenure

Review committee and chair. The committee of faculty in the academic unit conducting the pre-tenure cumulative review will be constituted of all tenured faculty.

Materials to be reviewed. The pre-tenure cumulative review should address accomplishments in teaching, research and service. The review will be based on available information. The candidate will be expected to submit to the committee at least the following elements of the dossier required for the regular tenure review (see Section IV, D):
Resume organized in the sequence shown in Appendix B
Copies of all publications
Materials documenting teaching effectiveness, including copies of Student
Evaluation of Instructor Profiles and other materials that go beyond the results
of student evaluations, such as peer evaluations.
In addition, the candidate may submit copies of unpublished papers and a concise summary of accomplishments not to exceed two pages in length.

Review committee report and subsequent review and comment. The report will be prepared by the chair of the review committee, but may include both minority and majority opinions. The review committee report is forwarded to the head of the academic unit who will prepare a memorandum (not to exceed one page in length) to the College Promotion and Tenure Committee containing comments on the committee report and recommendations for reappointment of the faculty member. The head of the academic unit will provide the candidate with copies of the review committee’s report and the unit head’s evaluation, and the candidate will have 5 working days to forward comments to the College, if desired.

The College Promotion and Tenure Committee will evaluate the candidate and make a recommendation to the Dean. The memorandum must include an evaluation of the candidate’s teaching, research, and service.

 In turn, the Dean will provide comments (not to exceed one page in length). The Dean will provide the candidate with copies of the College P&T Committee’s report and the Dean’s evaluation, and the candidate will have five days to respond in writing, if desired. The Dean will forward the committee report and comments of the head of the academic unit and the Dean and any candidate comments to the Provost by no later than the start of the summer semester. After the Provost has added comments, all reports and comments are sent to the candidate with copies to the other parties involved in the cumulative review process. The final report will be retained in the faculty member's file in the Dean's offic
E) Reviews for Reappointment of Non-Tenure Track Faculty
The head of the academic unit will decide on the type and nature of input to be solicited from the faculty of the academic unit in making the recommendation to the dean for renewal or non-renewal each year. However, in accordance with University policy, non-tenure track faculty will be subject to a cumulative review three years after the initial appointment, three years after the first review and every five years after the second review. This will be comparable to the pre-tenure and post-tenure review of tenure track faculty.
Each of these cumulative reviews will be conducted by a committee of the faculty chaired by the head of the academic unit during the spring term of the academic year. These cumulative reviews should address accomplishments with respect to assigned workload. Prior to the cumulative review of a non-tenure track faculty candidate, the head of the academic unit will convey to the review committee the assigned workload of the candidate since the last review. The non-tenure track faculty member will be expected to submit the following documents to the committee:
Resume organized in the sequence shown in Appendix B
Materials documenting teaching effectiveness, including copies of Student
Evaluation of Instructor Profiles and other materials that go beyond the results
of student evaluations, such as peer evaluations.
Copies of publications (if any) during the evaluation period.
In addition, the non-tenure track faculty member may submit a concise summary of accomplishments (not to exceed two pages in length) during the evaluation period and/or a one-page outline of projected goals for the next evaluation period.