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Creation of a Tenure Line appointment requires prior approval by the Dean of NHS and the Executive Vice President.  Applications for Tenure Line appointments will not be considered without this approval.  If you have any questions after reviewing the Tenure requirements, please contact the Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and Academic Affairs, Dr. Elliott Crooke.  

Tenured Line Appointment: Associate or Full Professor 

Electronic documents should be submitted by your department administrator via Interfolio.  Documents should be ordered and named in Interfolio as described below.  

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Discuss with your academic chair.  

Before you do any of the below, you must first discuss with your academic chair and confirm the appropriate appointment or promotion for you.  If you do not know your academic chair, you may find them on the Department Chair and Admin list.

1. Table of Contents

2. Chair's Letter

  • Chair's letter of support is addressed to the Chair of APT, Dr. Jennifer Bouey
  • Chair's letter addresses prior experience and future plans for teaching, research, and service
  • Should be dated no earlier than four months before submission via Interfolio
  • Recommendations for Chair's Letter

3. CV

  • The CV must be formatted using the NHS template and signed by the applicant

  • Sections that are not applicable should be indicated with N/A or deleted from the format

  • NHS CV Template

4. Teaching Statement

  • The candidate’s teaching statement should provide evidence of teaching excellence and other information that will assist the reviewers in evaluating his or her teaching. The information may describe the following:
    • His or her teaching philosophy, the courses the candidate has taught (in terms of diversity of subject matter and level)    
    • Course or curriculum development (including syllabi or other relevant/original materials)   
    • Improvement in teaching and efforts to improve teaching, adoption or development of novel methodologies or innovations in the classroom as well as any teaching grants he or she has received, publications on pedagogy.  
    • If the candidate has published a textbook or other teaching materials, he or she should explain any ways in which it is innovative and contributes to improved teaching. 

5. Research Statement

  • The candidate may highlight and explain how he or she has added to or modified existing knowledge by, for example:    
    • Developing a new theory    
    • Developing a new methodology or modified existing methodologies    
    • Developing new and novel applications or tests of existing theories    
    • Developing new creative work that provides an original perspective in the field    
    • Discovering new archival material that contributes to the field    
    • Publishing new editions or translations    
    • Developing new understandings of traditional material    
    • Developing new insights or perspectives on a field based on original research    
    • Expanding the understanding of a field and primary resources available to a field  
    • Publishing a textbook or other teaching materials 

6. Service Statement

  • The candidate’s service statement should include service contributions inside and outside of the University. In terms of contributions inside the University, the candidate should include service inside his/her academic unit (advising, program administration, admissions, searches, seminar coordination, etc.) as well as service outside of the academic unit (committee service, organization of events with other units, etc.).  
  • In addition to enumerating what committees the candidate has served on and what administrative roles he or she has assumed, the candidate should detail what he or she contributed to the mission of the University through that service. The candidate should identify any accomplishments that improved the University.  
  • In terms of service outside of the University, the candidate is encouraged to emphasize service to professional organizations in his/her field (elected positions, conference organization, editorial and refereeing work, etc.). In addition, the candidate should include other service to the public as it relates to his/her position as an expert in his/her field.  

7. Evaluations of Teaching Competencies

  • Three classroom evaluations completed by senior (associate or full professor) Georgetown University faculty required.
  • UCRT Student Evaluation Forms
  • NOTE: INDIVIDUAL STUDENT EVALUATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AND WILL RESULT IN THE RETURN OF THE APPLICATION.
  • Classroom evaluation form

8. External Evaluators: Candidate's List

  • The applicant provides a list of potential External Evaluators who may be contacted by APT for a letter of evaluation of the applicant
  • Eight names should be provided with contact information including email address
  • In preparing the list of potential arm's length external evaluators, applicants are highly encouraged to consult the UCRT rank and tenure guidelines
  • The list should also include information on (1) if and how the candidate knows the potential evaluator, (2) why they are preeminent in their field, and (3) whether they can be considered at "arms-length"

9. Publications

  • Submit up to six (6) examples of publications 
  • No more than six (6) of the candidate's major scholarly publications completed since appointment or the last promotion should be included in the dossier

Deadlines

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.  Submit to the Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs (OFAA) at least 10 days prior to anticipated APT review meeting. Please work with your Department Administrator or Human Resources Contact (HRC) to discuss the application process and when they need the paperwork from you before the deadline.  See the APT Review Meeting Schedule.  You can also view the schedule below:

Deadline for Departments to submit applications Appointment, Promotions, and Tenure Committee Meeting Dates: 10 AM
Friday, October 12, 2018 Monday, October 22, 2018
Friday, November 9, 2018 Monday, November 19, 2018
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 Friday, December 14, 2018
Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Friday, January 25, 2019
Tuesday, January 29 , 2019 Friday, February 8, 2019
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Friday, March 15, 2019
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Friday, April 12, 2019
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Friday, May 10, 2019

Go back to Step 2: Identify your Line and rank