Promotion & Tenure Guidelines - Fall 2015

Promotion & Tenure Submission Deadline

Completed dossiers (all forms plus supplemental materials) are due to the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office no later than 12:00 noon on Monday, October 19, 2015.  All forms should be emailed to  Supplemental materials may be emailed with the forms or submitted in hard copy to 200 Strong Hall.

Guidelines, Forms, and Documents

All College P&T candidates and unites must follow the guidelines set forth on the Provost Office website. Please read the guidelines carefully BEFORE working on the application.  Guidelines, application forms, and instructions about completing and naming the documents can be found on the Provost Office website.

Additionally, please see these related documents for more information

Questions?  Contact Anne Sawyer or 864-3540.

College Committee on Appointments, Promotion & Tenure (CCAPT)          2015-2016
Last Name First Name Dept Division
Alexander Shawn AAAS HUM
Farber David HIST HUM
Gerbert (Fall 2015) Elaine EALC HUM
Hartman Tanya VA SOTA
Hu Yaozhong MATH NSM
Hurst (Fall 2015) Bob FMS SOTA
Innocenti (Spring 2016) Beth COMS SBS
Iwata Shigeru ECON SBS
Jackson Tim CHEM NSM
Jacobson (Spring 2016) Matt FMS SOTA
Macdonald Stuart MB NSM
Nagel (Fall 2015) Joane SOC SBS
Obadare (Spring 2016) Ebenezer SOC SBS
O'Leary (Fall 2015) Rosemary SPAA SBS
Pultz (Spring 2016) John HA HUM


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