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College Committee on Appointments, Promotion & Tenure (CCAPT)

Committee Liaison

College Dean convenes the CCAPT; chair is elected at first meeting.

Admin Support: Anne Sawyer, (785) 864-3540, asawyer@ku.edu


Description

According to the Bylaws of the College Assembly » (Article VII.B.3), the College Committee on Appointments, Promotions and Tenure (CCAPT) shall:

a. Consider all recommendations for advancement in academic rank and granting of continuous tenure for members of the College Faculty. The recommendations along with those of the Dean shall be reported to the University Committee on Promotions and Tenure and shall remain otherwise confidential.

b. Address itself to matters of policy pertaining to faculty rank and status and report its recommendations to the Dean.

c. Advise the Dean on recommendations for all initial appointments at the professor or associate professor level, and other appointments conferring tenure.


Membership

CCAPT Member Roster


Policies & Procedures

Promotion & Tenure (P&T)

Progress Toward Tenure Review (PTTR)

Information on P&T and PTTR may be found in the Faculty Senate Rules & Regulations:


Deadlines

Promotion & Tenure

1. P&T forms and evaluation forms must be sent via email to claspt@ku.edu no later than 12:00 noon on Monday, October 15, 2012.

2. Candidate response to Negative Evaluation due in Dean’s Office by 5:00 PM on Monday, October 22.

Progress Toward Tenure Review

PTTR forms and evaluation forms must be sent via email to claspt@ku.edu no later than 5:00 PM on Friday, February 1, 2013. 

2012-2013 P&T Timeline

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