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PROMOTION AND TENURE: THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD. WHAT ARE THE RANKS? WHAT DO THEY MEAN? ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR PROFESSOR –NOT THE PHILOSOPAUSE.

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1 PROMOTION AND TENURE: THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

2 WHAT ARE THE RANKS? WHAT DO THEY MEAN? ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR PROFESSOR –NOT THE PHILOSOPAUSE

3 TRACKS BOYERS CLASSIFICATION OF SCHOLARSHIP: –INTEGRATION –NEW KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY –APPLICATION –EDUCATION

4 TRACKS CLINICAL TRACK NON-TENURE DIVERSE RANGE OF SCHOLARSHIP EMPHASIS ON CLINICAL PRACTICE AND ITS MANY ASPECTS

5 RESEARCH TRACK NON-TENURE FOCUS ON RESEARCH NO EXPECTATIONS FOR TEACHING OR SERVICE MAY BE A STEPPING STONE FOR TRANSFER TO TENURE TRACK

6 TENURE TRACK FOCUSED ON ORIGINAL PEER REVIEWED SCHOLARSHIP AND NEW KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY –CLINICIAN SCIENTISTS –BASIC SCIENTISTS

7 BEFORE PROMOTION REVIEWS AND REAPPOINTMENTS ANNUAL REVIEWS –USE TO EVALUATE CAREER AND SET GOALS –KEEP INFORMATION CURRENT IN OSU:PRO –REQUIRED FOR PROMOTION!

8 REAPPOINTMENT: CLINICAL AND RESEARCH TRACK REAPPOINTMENT EVERY THREE TO FIVE YEARS FIRST APPOINTMENT IS PROBATIONARY FULL VOTE OF ELIGIBLE FACULTY TO REAPPOINT NOT THE SAME AS PROMOTION

9 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR TENURE TRACK APPOINTMENTS ARE PROBATIONARY WITHOUT CLINICAL RESPONSIBILITIES PROBATIONARY PERIOD IS 6 YEARS WITH CLINICAL RESPONSIBILITIES 12 YEAR PROBATIONARY PERIOD PROBATIONARY REVIEW PERIODS: –4, 8, AND 11 YEARS.

10 WHEN DID YOU BEGIN? APPOINTMENTS START IN JULY OF EACH YEAR IF YOU START BETWEEN JULY 1, 2009 AND LAST DAY OF FEB 2010, IT IS AS IF YOU STARTED IN JULY 2009 IF YOU START MARCH TO JUNE , IT IS AS IF YOU STARTED JULY 2010.

11 TRANSFER OF TRACKS EVERYONE IS ALLOWED ONE CHANGE OF TRACKS CHANGE FROM TENURE TO CLINICAL TRACK IS A TRANSFER GOING FROM CLINICAL OR RESEARCH TRACK TO TENURE TRACK IS EFFECTIVELY A NEW JOB APPOINTMENT

12 PROMOTION: GENERAL PRINCIPLES EDUCATION SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP

13 PROMOTION: GENERAL PRINCIPLES SCHOLARSHIP EXTENDS BEYOND OSU SGIM: SCHOLARSHIP MUST EXTEND INTO THE PUBLIC DOMAIN PERMANENCE

14 PROMOTION: GENERAL PRINCIPLES ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - Expert in the Field PROFESSOR - Leader in the Field

15 CLINICAL TRACK ASSOCIATE: 8 TO 10 PUBLICATIONS OR THE EQUIVALENT PROFESSOR: 10 TO 15 PUBLICATIONS OR THE EQUIVALENT

16 CLINICAL TRACK ONE WAY TO FRAME IS: HOW HAVE I CHANGED THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE? ( GUIDELINES FROM UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO)

17 TENURE TRACK ASSOCIATE WITHOUT TENURE: 15 PUBLICATIONS ASSOCIATE WITH TENURE: 20 TO 25 PUBLICATIONS PROFESSOR: 40 OR MORE

18 TENURE TRACK FUNDING? AN EXPECTATION BUT NOT A REQUIREMENT?

19 HOW DO I KNOW IT IS TIME TO APPLY FOR PROMOTION? DISCUSS WITH DIVISION DIRECTOR DISCUSS WITH VICE CHAIRMAN FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS PROMOTION AND TENURE COMMITTEE DOES PRE-REVIEW TENURE TRACK: PENULTIMATE YEAR OF PROBATIONARY PERIOD MUST APPLY FOR PROMOTION AND TENURE

20 APPLICATION PROCESS CANDIDATE SUBMITS PROMOTION APPLICATION TO DEPARTMENT FOR REVIEW DOSSIER PREPARATION IS COMPLETED THROUGH OSU:PRO. TRAINING IS AVAILABLE AT https://pro.osu.edu/. DIVISION OSU:PRO IS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST YOU https://pro.osu.edu/

21 APPLICATION PROCESS DOSSIER IS REVIEWED BY THE PROMOTION AND TENURE COMMITTEE - TWO MEMBERS WRITE REVIEWS THE COMMITTEE DOES NOT VOTE OR RECOMMEND

22 APPLICATION PROCESS EXTERNAL LETTERS OF REVIEW –THE BIGGEST BOTTLENECK –EXPERTS WHO ARE NOT FRIENDS, MENTORS, OR COLLABORATORS –5 TO 8 LETTERS –TWO MAY BE FROM CANDIDATE SUGGESTIONS –DO NOT RECOMMEND BUT EVALUATE THE CANDIDATE

23 APPLICATION PROCESS THE P&T COMMITTEE REVIEWS. DOSSIER AND LETTERS ARE REVIEWED AND VOTED ON BY A MEETING OF ALL ELIGIBLE FACULTY ADVISORY TO THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR

24 APPLICATION PROCESS OCTOBER – DEPARTMENT SUBMITS SUPPORT LETTERS AND COMMENT FORM TO CANDIDATE FOR REVIEW AND SIGNATURE. NOVEMBER 15 - COLLEGE DEADLINE FOR PROMOTION AND TENURE APPLICATIONS

25 APPLICATION PROCESS IF APPROVED BY COLLEGE AND DEAN, GOES FORWARD TO THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS AND PROVOST. PROVOST NOTIFIES COLLEGE AND SUBMITS RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOARD. FINAL APPROVAL REQUIRED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. THE BOARD COMPLETES REVIEWS DURING ITS JUNE MEETING.

26 APPLICATION PROCESS PROMOTION BECOMES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1st OF THE YEAR OF BOARD APPROVAL

27 RANDOM BUT IMPORTANT ITEMS LEAVE –ALLOWED LEAVE FOR ONE YEAR INTERVALS –APPLY FOR EACH YEAR SEPARATELY –TWO YEARS ALLOWED WITH INITIAL APPOINTMENT –MUST REQUEST SUSPENSION OF SERVICE TIME AT TIME OF LEAVE

28 THREE KEYS TO SUCCESS FIND A GREAT MENTOR IDENTIFY THAT WHICH YOU WILL BE KNOWN FOR AND WHICH NO ONE ELSE IN YOUR AREA CAN PROVIDE FOCUS ON YOUR INTERESTS AND PASSIONS

29 MENTORSHIP PROGRAM PILOT PROGRAM IN THE DEPARTMENT NEW FACULTY MEET WITH MENTORSHIP ADVISORY GROUP MENTORSHIP TOOLS ASSIST IN PROGRESS OF MENTORSHIP RELATIONSHIP

30 OSU:PRO THE STANDARD FOR SUBMITTING DOSSIERS AND ANNUAL REVIEWS KEEP UP-TO-DATE –ALLOWS YOU TO ASSESS YOUR PROGRESS –PREVENTS LAST MINUTE DOCUMENT PREPARATION –EACH DIVISION IS ASSIGNED AN OSU:PRO PRO. LISA DUNE IS LEAD FOR THE DEPARTMENT

31 THE VICE CHAIR FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS GOAL IS TO HELP FACULTY GET WHERE THEY WANT TO GO DEVELOP SUCCESSFUL CAREERS RECOGNIZED BY APPROPRIATE PROMOTION

32 END OF THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

33 CONTACT INFORMATION College of Medicine - Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Internal Medicine - Vice Chair of Academic Affairs Philip Binkley, MD Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute 473 West 12th Ave Columbus, OH Office Contact: Deborah Black Phone: Faculty Affairs Coordinator: Lisa Dune Phone:

34 CONTACT INFORMATION College of Medicine - Office of Faculty Affairs 370 West 9th Avenue, 237 Meiling Hall, Columbus, OH Robert Bornstein, PhD. Associate Vice President Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Secretary, College of Medicine Office Contact: Heather Brod, Manager Website: The website features expanded tools for current faculty members, including information on Promotion and Tenure, Policies, Faculty Achievements, and College and University Resources.

35 OSU:PRO CONTACTS Internal Medicine: Lisa Dune Cardiovascular Med: Mindy Freed Dermatology: Beata Sandefur Gastro: Sheri Toombs Carrie Wright Endo: Padmini Ekbote GIM: Debi Boyer Hematology: Sharon Plotner Oncology: TBA Hosp Med: Stacy Kyle Human Genetics: Ferry Oriyo Immunology - TBA ID: Cynthia Coles Nephrology: Amy Elliott Pulmonary: Stacy Thacker


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