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Title: Promotion to Full Professor


1
Promotion Tenure Program
  • Promotion to Full Professor

Office of Academic Affairs Faculty Appointments
Advancement
2
Welcome and Opening Remarks
  • Nasser Paydar, PhD
  • Executive Vice Chancellor
  • Chief Academic Officer

3
Promotion to Full ProfessorOverview of Criteria
Thomas F. Fisher, PhD, OT, FAOTA, Professor
ChairmanDepartment of Occupational
Therapy School of Health Rehabilitation Sciences
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4
Definitions of Excellence
  • The candidate's accomplishments in rank have had
    impact at the national level.
  • The candidate is recognized nationally and/or
    internationally for contributions to his/her
    field.
  • The candidate has a sustained national reputation
    as demonstrated by a well-established and
    cumulative body of work while in rank as an
    Associate Professor.
  • Distinguished contributions must be evident (IU
    Academic Handbook, 2008).

5
What You MUST Do
  • Consult your School-specific guidelines and the
    IUPUI Dean of the Faculties Guidelines for
    Promotion Tenure
  • Know what constitutes excellence in your primary
    mission.
  • Know what constitutes satisfactory achievements
    in your secondary missions.

6
Excellence
  • Scholarship MUST be associated with your area of
    excellence.
  • National impact must be associated with your area
    of excellence.
  • National reputation for your work in your area of
    excellence.

7
Teaching Excellence in Brief
  • Extraordinary success in teaching, advising,
    mentoring and learning outcomes
  • Documented by peer and student evaluation over
    time with evidence of the impact on student
    performance
  • Sophisticated teaching philosophy that is
    reflective, innovative and evolved over time
  • Record of nationally and/or internationally
    disseminated, peer-reviewed, high quality
    scholarship with impactful outcomes and
    contributions to field
  • National or international teaching awards or
    significant funding for teaching projects or best
    practices

8
Research Excellence in Brief
  • Evidence of dissemination of high quality
    scholarly work including peer-refereed
    presentations, publications in top tier journals
    with 1st or senior authorships
  • Significant contributions to the knowledge base
    in field that improved the work of others
  • National/international recognition of expertise
    and quality of work participation in grant
    manuscript review
  • Significant acquisition of external funding from
    competitive, valued sources
  • Evidence of independent, ongoing program of
    research with successive cumulative achievements
  • Leadership roles, awards and honors

9
Service Excellence in Brief
  • Evidence of dissemination of high quality
    scholarly work including peer-refereed
    presentations publications in service
  • Awards and recognition that reflect the
    significance and academic nature of the service
  • National/international recognition of the quality
    of the service work and leadership in service
  • Evidence of significant impact and outcomes of
    service
  • Invited presentations because of expertise in
    service
  • Leadership in national organizations and/or
    development of best practice standards

10
Librarian Excellence in Brief
  • Record of superior performance as an associate
    librarian and attainment of state, regional, or
    national recognition in the library profession
  • Record of exceptional achievements in performance
    and a record of distinguished contributions to
    the university, profession, or community in the
    secondary area of excellence. Professional
    development, research and/or creativity and
    service are secondary criteria.
  • Performance and contributions to the secondary
    area must be carefully documented so that the
    quality is unquestionable and extraordinary in
    relation to peers.

11
resources
Promotion to Full Professor
  • Campus Resources
  • Guideline References

12
Campus Resources
  • IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs
    http//academicaffairs.iupui.edu/
  • Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching
    (FACET) http//events.facet.iupui.edu/index.html
  • Office of Research Development
    http//research.iupui.edu/
  • OVCR - Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
    http//research.iupui.edu/ovcr/
  • Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
    http//ctl.iupui.edu/
  • Center for Research and Learning (CRL)
    http//www.crl.iupui.edu/
  • Center for Service and Learning (CSL)
    http//csl.iupui.edu/
  • Office for Women http//ofw.iupui.edu/

13
Academic Affairs Website
  • Dean of the Faculties Guidelines for Promotion
    and Tenure http//academicaffairs.iupui.edu/promot
    ion-tenure/
  • Sample Dossiers http//academicaffairs.iupui.edu/p
    romotion-tenure/samples.cfm
  • Program Materials http//academicaffairs.iupui.edu
    /promotion-tenure/programs/programMaterials.cfm
  • Adobe Presenter Programs http//academicaffairs.iu
    pui.edu/promotion-tenure/programs/links.cfm

14
Guidelines References
  • Candidates Statement p. 16
  • Teaching and Performance p. 17
  • Research and Creative Activity p. 19
  • Professional and University Service p. 20
  • Rank Expectation Excellence p. 35
  • Documenting Teaching Performance - p. 37
  • Documenting Research p. 40
  • Documenting Professional Service p. 40
  • Documenting Librarian Performance p. 45
  • Reviewer Form p. 65

15
Summary
  • Discuss with your Department Chair and School
    Dean
  • Know your School Expectations
  • Know the IUPUI Guidelines/Expectations
  • Suggest appropriate external reviewers
  • Prepare and present an effective dossier

16
QUESTIONS?
  • Thank you for your attention.
  • Good Luck!

17
TAKING STOCK
  • PEER EXCHANGE

18
TAKING STOCK peer exchange
  • Find a partner
  • Take 15 minutes to discuss the following
  • Your area of excellence
  • Progress toward promotion to date
  • Biggest obstacle to overcome
  • Strategies to facilitate progress
  • Your plan of attack

19
Panel Discussion
  • With Recently Promoted Full Professors

Teaching, Research and Service
20
Panel discussion
  • Teaching Janet Fulton, PhD, Professor,
    Department of Adult Health, IU School of Nursing
  • Research Michael Pitts, JD, Professor, Robert
    H. McKinney School of Law
  • Service Paul Kwo, MD, Professor, Department of
    Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology/Hepatology,
    IU School of Medicine

21
Evaluation Adjournment
  • Questions or Comments?
  • Please take a few minutes to complete the program
    evaluation.
  • Thank you for joining us!
  • We wish you success in your pursuit of full
    professorship. Don not hesitate to contact us.
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