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1 Promotion Planning Workshop September 12, 2013 Created by Anne Wessely, Professor-Accounting, Meramec & Donna Nelson (Retired). Edited, 2013 Presented by: Katy Gordon, Professor-English, Florissant Valley Florissant Valley

2 Information Sources Administrative procedures Section D.2 – Faculty Promotion in Academic Rank Joint Resolution Article XIII – Minimum Qualification for Academic Rank Article XX – Faculty Promotion in Academic Rank

3 Eligibility for Promotion AP Sec. D.2.a Continuing status at file date Specific rank requirements Education and related work experience College teaching experience 3 years in current rank

4 Criteria for Promotion AP Sec. D.2.b 1. Teaching effectiveness (60%) 2. Professional growth and development (15%) 3. Contributions to department and division (10%) 4. Contributions to campus and college (10%) 5. Contributions to community (5%)

5 Promotion Decision-Makers AP D.2 and Joint Resolution XX E Normal administrative channels Dept chair-Dean-VPAA-President-Chancellor Division Committee 3-5 full-time elected faculty on continuing status Non-voting NEA member Campus Committee VP AA – non-voting chair 2 administrators appointed by president One full-time faculty on continuing status elected by each division

6 Promotion to Ranks Instructor to Assistant Professor Assistant to Associate Professor Associate to Full Professor

7 Promotion Review and Action Levels AP Sec. D. 4-6 Instructor to Assistant Professor Normal administrative channels only Assistant to Associate Division Committee + Normal administrative channels Associate to Professor Division Committee + Campus Committee + Normal administrative channels

8 Division Committee Responsibilities AP D.2 Review applications for associate professor and full professor Develop composite evaluation summary and list of strengths/weaknesses for each applicant Forward All evaluation materials to dean Strengths/weaknesses to campus committee, as appropriate

9 Campus Committee Responsibilities AP D.2 Review applications and report of strengths/weaknesses for applicants to full professor only Forward evaluation materials to dean

10 Promotion in Rank Calendar AP D Sep-13Promotion Workshop 04-Oct-13 Application for Certification of Eligibility due to dean 08-Nov-13 President completes Certification of Eligibility 10-Jan-14 Promotion Applications (binder) due to dean 14-Feb-14 Division Promotion Committee results due to applicant 21-Feb-14 Last day for applicant to withdraw application 21-Mar-14 Campus Promotion Committee completes deliberations 02-May-14Applicants notified of recommendations to be forwarded to BOT Refer to handout: Promotion in Rank Calendar, Available on the CTL web site at:

11 Application for Eligibility Application for Certification of Eligibility for Promotion Years in Rank Years of Service Graduate hours

12 Promotion Application AP D 2-d Certificate of Eligibility Narrative (tell your story; discuss work & impact) Attachments/Supporting Documentation Letters of Support

13 Promotion Application AP D 2-d, Page D-8 Narrative 8 pages, single spaced, typewritten Prominent examples and illustrations of accomplishments Address all 5 criteria (refer to slide #4)

14 Promotion Application Narrative What did you do? Why did you do it? How did it make a difference?

15 Promotion Application AP D 2-d, Page D-8 Attachments/Supporting Documentation All evaluations for years in current rank Other documents Department Chair recommendation - REQUIRED

16 Prepare an Appealing Application Less is more Write a coherent narrative Dont overdo the supporting materials Eliminate redundant supporting materials Focus attention to important items Clearly cross reference attachments Index of attachments

17 Your score will be impacted if… Weak work (service) record Weak documentation Incoherent narrative Unclear or nonexistent explanations Excessive/redundant documentation Out of date examples No department chair letter Poor cross referencing

18 Specific thoughts on thorny issues Binder size Less is more – 4 inches should be enough! Supporting documentation From years in current rank ONLY! Letters of support Recency appreciated Community Service Professional vs. parental service

19 Questions?


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