New Faculty Programs

As a part of our New Faculty Orientation program, The Center for Teaching and Learning hosts a series of events for new faculty throughout the year. These events are intended to follow up the Orientation program by providing you with information as it is needed during the fall and spring semesters.

 

Spring 2020 

New Faculty Promotion and Tenure: Strategies for Success (2 Sessions)

New faculty often struggle with the nuances of the Promotion and Tenure Process. These sessions are designed to provide new faculty with information about common areas and success strategies to remove some of the mystery out of the P & T process. Individual P & T guidelines will not be covered, but participants are encouraged to obtain copies of all P & T documents and bring them with them to the sessions. You may attend one or both sessions.

The sessions will discuss information such as:

Session 1:  Teaching and Service – Friday, February 14, 2020 | 2:30-4:00 pm | MSC John Spotts Room (2E37)

  • General application information
    • Did you bring years of service with you?
    • Mid-tenure review
    • Deadline to submit “Intent to Apply”
    • Deadlines (in general)
    • Application process
      • How many stages are there?
      • When will I be notified?
      • Can I withdraw an application?
    • Summary Statements
  • Course Evaluation Strategies
  • Peer Evaluations
  • Teaching Statements/Teaching Philosophy
  • Service summary
  • Examples
    • When to collect material
    • How to store material
  • Your binder
  • When should you start service
  • How should you divide your time
  • How do you decide if something is teaching or service
    • Research students
    • Independent studies

Please register by February 12th by clicking here.

 

Session 2:  Teaching and Research – Friday, April 3, 2020 | 2:30-4:00 pm | MSC John Spotts Room (2E37)

  • Research statement/research philosophy
  • CV/Resume
  • Choosing appropriate venues for presentations and publications
  • Documentation of appropriateness and impact
  • Choosing examples
    • When to collect these materials
  • Your supplemental folder
  • How do you decide if something is teaching or research
    • Research students
    • Independent studies
    • Student coauthors
    • Order of authorship
  • Your binder
  • Final checks

Registration will be available at a later date.