Summary: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO
SKAGGS SCHOOL OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
CRITERIA FOR APPRISALS
An Assistant-rank appointee must receive an appraisal, which is a formal evaluation of his or
her achievements and progress toward promotion. The appraisal also identifies appointees
whose records of performance and achievement are below the level of excellence expected
An appraisal should provide an appointee with a careful, considered, analytical evaluation of
his or her performance to date in the areas of research and creative work, teaching,
professional competence and activity, and University and public service, as well as a candid
assessment of his or her potential for promotion, based upon the evidence.
The following factors should be evaluated when conducting an appraisal:
· An appointee's published research and other completed creative activity and his or her
potential for continued research and creative activity.
· At least one type of student or faculty evaluation each for undergraduate and graduate-level
instruction, and other evidence of teaching effectiveness, such as course syllabi, reading lists,
and statements of course goals.
· An appointee's departmental, University and community service contributions.
· Expertise and achievement in clinical activities