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Faculty Evaluation Plan, Kress Foundation Department of the History of Art

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Procedure
Keywords: 
FEP, Annual Evaluation, Faculty Evaluation, HA, Art History, Faculty Performance
Change History: 

03/22/2018: Approved by the Vice Provost for Faculty Development

03/19/2018: Approved by the Dean of the College

03/09/2018: Added the following to the Appendix under Service:

Describe the nature of the particular service commitment and indicate broadly the amount time and effort expended on this service during the review period.

12/14/2017: Updated the FEP.
04/11/2017: Revisions approved by the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor
04/04/2017: Revisions approved by the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
03/31/2017: History of Art Faculty revised Appendix B
11/01/2016: Converted to PDF page.
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.
06/02/2015: Changed due by date from January 31 to January 24 and removed language regarding sample exams
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.
07/17/2014: Minor technical/formatting edits for optimum electronic viewing; published to the Policy Library.
07/15/2014: Approved by the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor
07/14/2014: Approved by the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
02/21/2014: Approved by the Department of the History of Art

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