New Faculty Lunch<br />What Matters Most for Tenure and Promotion<br />April 22, 2010<br />Dr. Brenda Allen, <br />Provost...
The Importance of the Dossier for Making a Case<br />Sets the context for your case<br />Provides evidence to support the ...
Teaching Portfolio<br />Statement of your unique contributions to the curriculum<br />Statement of your approach to teachi...
Scholarship<br />Statement of long-term research goals<br />Link publications, performances, presentations etc. with state...
Service<br />What are your service goals?<br />Departmental. University, Community<br />Why is this important<br />What ar...
Final Thoughts<br />Remember you make the first case<br />Dossier is more than you CV<br />Your probationary years should ...
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Building a Dossier Towards Tenure and Promotion

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Presentation by Dr. Brenda Allen, WSSU Provost
April 22, 2010
New Faculty Lunch on What Matters Most for Tenure and Promotion

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  1. 1. New Faculty Lunch<br />What Matters Most for Tenure and Promotion<br />April 22, 2010<br />Dr. Brenda Allen, <br />Provost <br />Winston Salem State University<br />Building a Dossier Towards Tenure and Promotion<br />
  2. 2. The Importance of the Dossier for Making a Case<br />Sets the context for your case<br />Provides evidence to support the case<br />Written in the affirmative<br />Speaks to the standards and criteria<br />Dossier ≠ CV<br />
  3. 3. Teaching Portfolio<br />Statement of your unique contributions to the curriculum<br />Statement of your approach to teaching: goals and objectives<br />Documents to support the claims<br />Teaching Portfolio ≠ Simple collection of teaching tool and evaluation received <br />
  4. 4. Scholarship<br />Statement of long-term research goals<br />Link publications, performances, presentations etc. with statement of goals<br />Compilation of scholarly products<br />Assessment of impact on the field<br />
  5. 5. Service<br />What are your service goals?<br />Departmental. University, Community<br />Why is this important<br />What are your long-term goals for impact<br />
  6. 6. Final Thoughts<br />Remember you make the first case<br />Dossier is more than you CV<br />Your probationary years should focus on building a dossier<br />Seek feedback annually<br />Participate in workshops offered by CETL<br />
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