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Faculty Evaluation Plan, Department of Theatre

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Keywords: 
Faculty Evaluation Plan, Annual Evaluation, Theatre
Change History: 

01/26/2017: Converted to policy PDF page.

12/12/2016: Approved by the Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor

12/09/2016: Approved by the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

10/09/2016: Approved by the faculty of the Theatre 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. New Boilerplate text replaces the current text at the beginning of Section 6:

The evaluation process of the Department of Theatre, seen in all its aspects, yields multiple outcomes. It acknowledges faculty accomplishments or shortcomings and makes them matters of record. It initiates discussions that influence the planning of both individual career development and unit evolution. It assists in the identification of opportunities for faculty improvement and renewal. It provides annual as well as cumulative data for merit-salary recommendations, sabbatical-leave and grant applications, tenure and promotion decisions, post-tenure review, and reassignments of responsibilities. And it provides documentation that may be used, at extremes, in support of either recognition or dismissal.

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.

03/04/2015: Approved by the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor

02/20/2015: Approved by the Associate Dean for the School of the Arts

02/19/2015: Approved by the Faculty in the Department of Theatre

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