Staff Promotion and Tenure Workshop Wednesday, April 13,

Staff Promotion and Tenure Workshop Wednesday, April 13,

Staff Promotion and Tenure Workshop Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Binder Review Melissa Crawford Office of Faculty Development and Advancement What is changing? Nothingexcept

The Office of Faculty Development and Advancement will not be accepting hard-copy binders effective with the 2016-2017 process. Colleges will submit 4 .PDF files for each candidate. Justification for early promotion removed from the coversheet (must be in the chairs or deans letter) What does this mean for you?

Think about questions that may come up. What will we discuss? Time Frame Contents Future of the binder of the P&T process

Time Frame Timeline and Summary of Dates September 16, 2016 Colleges send the name(s) of the college representative(s) who will serve on the University Promotion &

Tenure Committee to Melissa Crawford ([email protected]). October 14, 2016 Colleges send a summary of actions to Melissa Crawford that includes: 1. Number of candidates being submitted

2. Include candidates name, department/school or college, and category(ies) for consideration 3. Number of withdrawals from consideration; if no withdrawals, please submit a written statement to that effect October Promotion & Tenure binders due to

Melissa Crawford in the Office of the Faculty Development and Advancement (115 Westcott). Colleges may submit via flash drive, FSU Dropbox, CD. Mid-Late 21, 2016 October 2016

Organizational meeting of the University Promotion & Tenure Committee. NovemberEarly University Promotion & Tenure Committee will review the file submitted for each candidate. December

December 2016 12, 2016 8:30 AM University Promotion & Tenure Committee meeting to recommend promotion and tenure. December

2016 The University Promotion & Tenure Committee will forward recommendations to the Provost and President for final action. Candidates will be informed in writing of the Committees advice (with a copy to the department chair/school director and dean). Candidates will have 10 business days to withdraw their files.

January/February 2017 (estimated timeline) President will notify the candidates in writing of final action (with a copy to department chair and dean). Binder Contents

Creating a Successful Binder Use the Information in Attachment I of the Promotion and Tenure Memo Use The Promotion and Tenure Binder Checklist

Sample binders will be available soon on the Promotion and Tenure Sample Binders Naming Each Section/.PDF Section 1: Cover Sheets (Tab1) 1-CoverSheets(CandidateLastName) Section 2: General Information (Tabs 2-15)

2-GeneralInformation(CandidateLastName) Section 3: Evidence of Achievement (Tabs 16-22) 3-EvidenceofAchievement(CandidateLastName) Section 4: Evaluative Materials (Tabs 2324)

4-EvaluativeMaterials(CandidateLastName) Section 5: Late Additions (optional) 5-LateAdditions(CandidateLastName) Who is responsible for preparing the file (binder)? The

Department Chair/School Director (or Dean in colleges without departments) is responsible for preparing the file (binder). The Candidate must also participate in this process. The Chair/Director/Dean and the Candidate must sign the summary cover sheets. The Candidates signature certifies that he/she has reviewed the file (binder) and that the contents are valid and accurate. The chairs/directors/deans signature certifies that the file (binder) complies with University procedures and has been reviewed by the

candidate. Summary Cover Sheet for Promotion Employee ID number CHANGE: Indicate number of years in rank (no early justification needed on coversheet, must be in the chairs/directors letter and is typically discussed in the deans letter) Include votes, signatures & annual percentage of effort

If there are negative votes, include 1. Reasons for Negative Committee Review Ballots - Promotion 2. List of Reasons for Negative Ballots for Promotion and/or Tenure Summary Cover Sheet for Promotion Summary Cover Sheet for Tenure Employee ID number Indicate if 5th or 7th year and give

justification for 5th or 7th Include votes, signatures & annual percentage of effort If negative votes, include 1. Reasons for Negative Committee Review Ballots - Tenure 2. List of Reasons for Negative Ballots for Promotion and/or Tenure Summary Cover Sheet for Tenure Deans Letter - First paragraph

must address: College Committee vote & Area Committee Vote, if applicable Tenured Faculty Vote (if not in Chairs/ Directors letter) Agreement to adjust years of tenure service credit, if applicable Justification for 5th or 7th year promotion is typically discussed Department Chairs/School Directors Letter - First paragraph must address:

Departmental/School Committee Vote Tenured Faculty Vote Payment of honoraria to outside letter writers, if applicable Justification for early promotion Other requirements are in Attachment I of the Promotion and Tenure Memo Summary of Meetings Departmental/School P&T Committee Summary of Discussion, if applicable

Tenured Faculty Summary of Discussion required for all candidates going up for Tenure Area P&T Committee Summary of Discussion, if applicable College P&T Committee Summary of Discussion Summary of Meetings Example: (with minor changes) Summary of Meeting Department/School Committee

The Department of _____/School of _____ Promotion and Tenure committee met and reviewed _____ for promotion (and/or tenure). A majority of the committee members expressed that the candidates binder provided evidence that he/she should/should not be granted promotion and/or tenure. Comments were made regarding the candidates strength/weakness in the area of ___, as Reminder Abstentions:

A faculty member who accepts election to a promotion and tenure committee at any level accepts the responsibility of reviewing and evaluating all files considered by the committee. Abstentions are limited to situations involving real or perceived conflicts of interest (familial relations or substantial professional or financial entanglements that prevent judging the

candidate objectively). All abstentions should be subtracted from the number of eligible voting faculty on the Summary Cover Sheets. Outside Letters Cover Sheet for Outside Letters Section One copy of a signed letter sent to outside reviewer Cover sheet for each outside letter Original signed letter from outside reviewer (if email and no signature, include copy of email, electronic signatures are accepted) P&T criteria from bylaws may be sent to

outside reviewersnot required Cover Sheet for Outside Letters Signed Copy of Letter Sent to Outside Reviewer Cover Sheet for Each Outside Letter Department/College P&T Criteria

P&T criteria found in Bylaws (REQUIRED) Finalized & Unaltered FEAS Curriculum Vitae In-Press Acceptance FEAS Form for Courses Taught

Do not use the Extended Teaching Report Do not include percentage of effort Only use the three-year-period report (except in rare circumstances) Candidates Summary of Major Accomplishments One page Student comments are not included

Discussion of Teaching, Research and Service Maximum of 6 pages (including letters) Free-response comments from SPCI or any other source are not included. Statements or letters from FSU colleagues (as evidence of teaching) may be included. Student Responses #13 from SPCI

Please include only 3 years 3 years is the default setting in FEAS SPCI Summary Forms * Please include only 3 years. Miscellaneous One or two syllabi One or two scholarly or creative works (can be a link to the work)

Second and/or Fourth Year Review Letters Progress toward promotion and/or tenure letters Please do not include annual Other Evidence Optional

5 pages maximum Free-response comments from SPCI should not be used Peer evaluations may be used Common Mistakes Tenured

Faculty Vote and/or Summary missing Department/School or College P&T criteria missing Must be a finalized and unaltered CV from FEAS CV missing one-sentence description of each published work since employment at FSU, or since last promotion at FSU In-press acceptances not actually saying the work was accepted (no conditional acceptances) Three years only Courses taught (except in rare circumstances; no extended report) Student responses to SPCI #13

SPCI summary forms The annual evaluation form should not be included All assistant and associate professors should have annual progress towards promotion and/or tenure letters eBinders This method is only for the 2016-2017 process.

Departments and Schools are not required by the OFDA to produce electronic binders this year. Four (4) .pdf files for each candidate; sections and naming conventions are in Attachment I of the P&T memo. Get Adobe Professional if you dont have it

already How to submit the .pdf files? Flash drive FSU Dropbox

CD Email (for small colleges) Naming Each Section/.PDF Section 1: Cover Sheets (Tab1) 1-CoverSheets(CandidateLastName) Section 2: General Information (Tabs 2-15) 2-GeneralInformation(CandidateLastName)

Section 3: Evidence of Achievement (Tabs 16-22) 3-EvidenceofAchievement(CandidateLastName) Section 4: Evaluative Materials (Tabs 2324) 4-EvaluativeMaterials(CandidateLastName) Section 5: Late Additions (optional)

5-LateAdditions(CandidateLastName) Questions on binder contents and scanning to PDF files? Future of the P&T Process www.cartoonstock. com

Next Year (2017-2018) The Promotion and Tenure process will be entirely digital through a customized workflow available in myFSU-HR. o From eBinder creation all the way to the President level. o It will be required. o Confidentiality and security will be enhanced. o Candidates will be able to track progress of their eBinders. o Training will be provided.

Questions? Melissa Crawford 644-7500, [email protected] http://fda.fsu.edu/Faculty-Development/Promotion-andTenure FEAS Questions Tiffany Phillips, [email protected] http://feas.fsu.edu

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Prevention: Where we are now

    Prevention: Where we are now

    Building Bridges Across the Spectrum: How Prevention Connects with Addiction Treatment FACILITATED BY: JANE GOBLE-CLARK CENTER FOR PREVENTION SERVICES
  • Adaptations Behavioral/ Structural/ Physiological  Natural Selection Dichotomous Keys

    Adaptations Behavioral/ Structural/ Physiological Natural Selection Dichotomous Keys

    Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 An action or activity performed by the organism that increases its chance of survival and reproduction Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17...
  • Software and Systems Frameworks - Chess

    Software and Systems Frameworks - Chess

    (10/12/06) COSI: the COmmunication Synthesis Infrastructure The COSI project aims at providing an infrastructure to assist designer in the difficult task of interconnecting components. (3/15/06) Hierarchical Timing Language (HTL) Compiler and E-Machine - HTL is a programming language for hard...
  • Caring for Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents

    Caring for Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents

    Caring for Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents ... U.S. Teenage Pregnancies, Births and Abortions, 2010: ... The authors suggest that the demographic characteristics of states' populations, the availability of comprehensive sex education, knowledge about and availability of contraceptive ...
  • INVASIVE SPECIES - University Of Maryland

    INVASIVE SPECIES - University Of Maryland

    In some cases, invasive plants arrive purely by accident, as seed in agricultural products, or on shipments from overseas. In other cases, invasive plants are selected for their horticultural attributes. Beautiful, unusual, exceptionally hardy, drought-tolerant, or fast-growing plants are sought...
  • Reasons for Exploration and Colonization

    Reasons for Exploration and Colonization

    Write the title, "Reasons for Exploration and Colonization" on the cover. In your nicest writing. Fold the white sheet of printer paper into fourths as well. Cut out each fourth, set aside. ... Carmona, Ignacio S - Teacher History, John...
  • Walter A. Barrows Labor Member U.S. Railroad Retirement

    Walter A. Barrows Labor Member U.S. Railroad Retirement

    Minimum service requirement for benefits is 60 months of creditable railroad service performed after 1995. Employee must have social security insured status for tier I (using railroad and social security earnings).
  • FM - An ECA Perspective

    FM - An ECA Perspective

    Integration with Bank's systems - procurement, disbursement, project portal, ISR, ARCS The New Frontiers 1st risk based operational system Pioneering systematic fiduciary risk and portfolio management From regional developed system to an institutional system (October 2008) Managing corruption risk? Integrated...