e. One voting member of the Collegewide Tenure Committee from
among the tenured faculty will be elected for one three-year term by
each of the above areas (1d.).
f. Prior to the beginning of each academic year, the Senate vice
president will notify each Dean:
1. How many (if any) new three-year members of the Collegewide
Promotion Committee need to
be elected by that division.
2. How many (if any) new three-year members of the Collegewide
Tenure Committee need to be
elected by that division.
Before the end of each fall semester, the Faculty Senate will
elect for one-year terms:
Two at-large alternates for the Collegewide Promotion
Committee from the rank of assistant professor or higher.
Two at-large alternates for the Collegewide Tenure Committee
from among the tenured faculty.
any member of either committee feels unable to render a fair decision
regarding an applicant, then that member
must disqualify himself or herself from the committee proceedings
while that application is being considered.
Only those materials in the faculty memberís promotion (tenure)
portfolio and promotion
(tenure) folder can be considered during committee deliberations.
Incomplete applications will be remanded and will not be
Each committee member will carefully review all of the
applications for promotion (tenure).
After the promotion (tenure) portfolios and
promotion (tenure) folders have been studied, any committee
member may request additional information,
provided that it can be obtained within the deadline requirements
for promotion (tenure) decisions. There will be no hearings.
After evaluating all applications, each committee will send its written recommendations for or against the promotion (tenure) of each candidate to the appropriate vice presidents and to the college president. Each applicant whose