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Faculty Evaluation Plan, Geography and Atmospheric Science Department

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Keywords: 
FEP, Faculty Evaluation Plan, Annual Evaluation, Faculty review, Performance, GEOG, ATMO, Atmospheric Science
Review, Approval, Change History: 

05/15/2017: Converted to policy PDF page. 

05/12/2017: Approved by the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor. 

05/09/2017: Approved by the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

05/05/2017: Approved by the Faculty of the Geography and Atmospheric Science Department. 

07/01/2016: New Section 5 on Integration of Post-Tenure Review into the Annual Evaluation Process was added by direction of the Provost Office. 

10/20/2015: Name changed throughout document from Geography to Geography and Atmospheric Science per Board of Regents approval of name change on October 10, 2015.

09/28/2015: Fixed Promotion and Tenure Guidelines link to open in new window.

09/25/2015: Added PRO statement to Section III.B. Portfolio or Annual Report Preparation

06/25/2015: Removed “Under the University’s post-tenure review policy” language as unit has separate PtR policy.

04/02/2015: Fixed broken link to Board of Regents Policy Manual.

12/17/2014: Fixed broken BoR link.

11/20/2014: Technical edit to BoR link

07/01/2014: Updated 'Approved by' to include correct title of approving official, revised 'Review, Approval & Change' field to standardize method of notation for dates.

06/04/2014: Technical edits - added outline formatting and updated links.

05/30/2014: Approved by the Provost

05/28/2014: Approved by the Dean of the College

11/01/2013: Approved by the faculty of the Department of Geography

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