Documenting Your Teaching for Promotion and Tenure
February 25, 3:30-5 PM | via Zoom Register here.
Co-hosted by the Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning (CTAL) and the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, this event is open to all instructors, especially faculty preparing for promotion or tenure reviews.
Participants will learn how to craft a narrative about their teaching to accompany their student evaluations of teaching and consider what teaching effectiveness means in the context of their courses and their disciplines.
- Michael McCamley, Professor, English
- Sarah Rooney, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
- Persephone Braham, Professor, Languages, Literatures and Cultures
- Jocelyn Alcantara-Garcia, Associate Professor, Art Conservation
The panel will be moderated by Chandra Reedy, Professor and Director, Center for Historic Architecture and Design, Biden School of Public Policy & Administration.
Panels on Promotion for Tenure-Track Faculty
Co-hosted by UD ADVANCE Institute and the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, these two sessions focus on the promotion and tenure process for tenured/tenure-track faculty. Panelists will include recently promoted faculty members and members of university or college P&T committees.
March 15: Rank of Associate Professor
3:30 – 5:00 PM | Zoom link
This panel will focus on the process for faculty seeking promotion to Associate Professor with tenure.
March 16: Rank of Professor
3:30-5:00 PM | Zoom link
This panel will focus on tenured Associate Professors seeking promotion to Full Professor.
Panel on Promotion for CT Faculty
Co-hosted by the CT Caucus and the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, this panel provides continuing track faculty an opportunity to hear from colleagues who have successfully sought promotion, and to ask questions about the promotion process and University policy.
- Jill Ewing, Professor, English
- John Jebb, Associate Professor, English
- Julia Bayuk, Associate Professor, Business Administration, Marketing
- Renee Dong, Associate Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Matt Kinservik will moderate.
This event will not be recorded; however, notes will be posted to the CT Caucus website. Registration is encouraged, and gives you an opportunity to pose specific questions about promotion in advance, but is not required.