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University Council Revisions Approved 3/18/2010 UGA GUIDELINES FOR APPOINTMENT, PROMOTION AND TENURE
 

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University Council ­Revisions Approved 3/18/2010
UGA GUIDELINES FOR APPOINTMENT, PROMOTION AND TENURE
Approved by University Council 3/18/10
REVISIONS EFFECTIVE FALL 2010
https://uc.reg.uga.edu/pdf/2010_03_04_FacAffairs_Revised_Proposed_P&T_Revisions2010_Spring.pdf

ThirdYear Review (pp. 13 & 2526)
1. Remove inconsistencies between glossary and text of guidelines on thirdyear review by revising
the Glossary entry (p. 13):
ThirdYear Review The intent of this review is to provide assistant professors with feedback (in
writing) regarding progress toward promotion and/or tenure, including the vote on the
candidate's progress toward promotion and tenure . The letter from the PTU Head to the
candidate documenting feedback from the thirdyear review and any written response from the
candidate must be included in the promotion and/or tenure dossier at the time of the review.
2. Clarify PTU Head's voting rights and timeline for candidate's reply (pp. 2526)
C. ThirdYear Review for Assistant Professors The thirdyear review, a formative process, occurs
at the end of the third year of appointment for assistant professors. If an assistant professor
comes to the University of Georgia with 2 or 3 years prior credit and requests to be considered for
promotion and/or tenure in the third year of appointment at the University of Georgia,

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology