Faculty Retention, Tenure, and Promotion (RTP) Policy Committee
Membership: 1 tenured faculty member from each college and Library; 1 at large member; and Vice Provost/Associate VP for Academic Affairs (ex officio). Members will serve 3 year terms and can serve two consecutive terms. When consecutive terms have been served, a three-year break must occur before serving again. When a new chair is appointed, the former chair will remain as ex officio for at least one year for continuity.
Description: The committee has the responsibility for reviewing and proposing revisions to policies, guidelines, and forms related to faculty retention, tenure, and promotion. The committee will work with the Provost and his staff to propose RTP policy and guideline revisions to the Faculty Senate as needed.
|Elaine Berg, Chair||Faculty, Library||Library||2018-2021|
|Mickey Wadia||Faculty, CoAL/Former Chair||Languages and Literature||ex officio|
|Gregory Hammond||Faculty, CoAL||History and Philosophy||2018-2021|
|Dong Nyonna||Faculty, CoB||Management and Marketing||2018-2021|
|Uma Iyer||Faculty, CoBHS||Psychological Science and Counseling||2019-2022|
|Dan Frederick||Faculty, CoSTEM||Geosciences||2018-2021|
|Thomas J. Buttery||Faculty, CoE||Educational Specialties||2019-2022|
|David Major||Faculty - at Large||Languages and Literature||2018-2021|
|Lynne Crosby||Academic Affairs||Vice Provost and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs||ex officio|
*Appointment is September through August
If you have questions, concerns or would like more information about the Faculty Handbook/Policy Committee, please contact:
Elaine Berg, Chair