CLAS Workshop registration

Please register for one of the following sessions:

Workshop Descriptions & Who Attends

Promotion and Tenure Process Workshop: DEO, Administrators, Committee Chairs and involved staff are required to attend one session per AY.
This workshop will review the requirements and process for P&T: discuss forms, conflict of interest, external reviewers, letters, time line and deadlines, criteria for rank, CCG,  joint appointments,  absent faculty, confidentiality, problems and solutions.

Preparing for Promotion to Associate Professor Workshop (Tenure Track and Clinical Track):
This workshop will cover criteria for promotion to associate professor and what it means; how to put your portfolio together correctly; COI and letters of recommendation; other helpful advice.
 
Preparing for Promotion to Full Professor Workshop (Tenure Track and Clinical Track):
This workshop will cover criteria for promotion to full professor and what it means; how to put your portfolio together correctly; COI and letters of recommendation; other helpful advice.
 
Preparing for Promotion in Instructional Track Workshop: All Instructional Track faculty working toward promotion (to Associate Professor and to Full Professor).
This workshop will cover criteria for promotion and what it means; how to put your portfolio together correctly; COI and letters of recommendation; other helpful advice.

Newly Tenured: Newly tenured faculty or those tenured in the last few years.
This workshop will cover the rights and responsibilities of tenured faculty, time management, stipend supplements, mentoring, scholarship and research.

Newly Promoted: Faculty newly promoted to Full Professor or promoted in the last few years.
This workshop will the challenges, opportunities, leadership, mentoring and teaching for full professors.

Merit Raise Workshop: DEOs and Administrators are required to attend.
This workshop will cover guidelines, accountability, transparency and process.

Faculty Review Workshop: DEOs and Administrators are required to attend.
This workshop will cover FRAP, the types of reviews, classroom observation requirements, tenure clock, extensions, problems and solutions.