Getting Started on Your
                        Academic Portfolio
   This form is designed to help you get started on the...
Select several department / institution committees and task forces on which
you have served. What was the purpose of the c...
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  1. 1. Getting Started on Your Academic Portfolio This form is designed to help you get started on the important narrative section of your Academic Portfolio. Please describe your accomplishments and give examples, where appropriate, to further illustrate your responses. Portfolio length: 14-19 pages plus some appendices. Describe your teaching responsibilities (course titles and catalog numbers, enrollment, required or elective, and graduate or undergraduate.) Describe your teaching philosophy and methodologies. (Please include samples of course syllabi and student evaluations.) Describe the nature of your academic research. What is the focus? (Please include samples of scholarly publications.) List external funding / grants obtained and grant proposals under review. (Please include copies of funding / grant letters.) ©Peter Seldin and J. Elizabeth Miller, 2009. No part of this document may be reproduced or distributed by any means, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage system, without the prior written consent of the authors.
  2. 2. Select several department / institution committees and task forces on which you have served. What was the purpose of the committee / task force? What was your role? (Please include copies of any committee / task force publications.) Discuss how your teaching, research, and service contribute to your continued professional growth and development? Select three specific professional accomplishments of which you are especially proud. What is it about those accomplishments that are so noteworthy to you? Identify three professional goals you still want to accomplish. Why are those goals important to you? (Examples: University leadership / administrative role; editorial position; mentor younger colleagues; teach new courses; serve in a special assignment such as heading an accreditation review.) ©Peter Seldin and J. Elizabeth Miller, 2009. No part of this document may be reproduced or distributed by any means, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage system, without the prior written consent of the authors.

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