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Governance, Promotion, and other Policies
HHS Governance, Promotion, and Tenure, Annual Review, and other Policies
Governance, Promotion, Tenure, Annual Review, and Leave
- Academic Professional Promotion and Reappointment Policies (PDF), adopted Spring 2012, amended April 2015, April 2016, May, 2017
- Academic Professional Promotion and Reappointment Tips (PDF) (from May 2018 PPT presentation)
- Instrument of Governance (PDF), adopted Spring 2012, amended December 2014, April 2015, April 2016
- HHS Annual Review Form (doc)
- Post-Tenure-Review-Process-17-18 (PDF)
- Promotion, Tenure, and Reappointment Policies (PDF), adopted Spring 2012, amended Spring 2015
- Promotion, Tenure and Reappointment Review Calendar for 2017-2018 (PDF)
- Tips for Promotion and Tenure 2016-17 (PDF)
- Tips for Research Leave Applications, 2015-16 (PDF)
HHS Faculty Assembly Executive Committee
Chair: Lisa McDonald (CSD)
Past-Chair: Stephanie Irby Coard (HDF)
Parliamentarian : TBD
Members : Ali Askarov (PCS); Aaron Terranova (KIN)
(see HHS Standing Committees here)
HHS Minimum Class Enrollment Policy Effective Spring 2015
Minimum class sizes will be implemented in HHS as follows :
- Graduate classes must have at least 5 students enrolled,
- 500-level classes must have at least 10 students enrolled, and
- Undergraduate classes must have at least 15 students enrolled.
By May 15, Chairs will receive a list of low enrolled courses for Fall. They will work with faculty to determine whether a class should be cancelled, or determine a strategy for reaching enrollment minimums. Final decisions about class viability will be made by July 1 for undergraduate classes and by July 15 for graduate classes. Those deemed unlikely to "make" will be cancelled unless the Dean approves an exception for extenuating circumstances. Spring classes that do not meet these minimum enrollments by November 15 will be canceled unless the Dean approves an exception for extenuating circumstances.
Department Chairs are charged with monitoring course enrollments to ensure that minimum enrollments are met*. A list of all classes that do not meet minimum enrollments will be generated at the end of the pre-registration cycle each semester (approximately May 15 for the Fall semester; November 15 for the Spring semester). When classes need to be cancelled, Chairs will reassign faculty to alternate teaching or other duties.
*Typically, all classes that are designated as IS (independent study/individualized instruction) are not included in these course minimum analyses (independent study, internship, dissertation/thesis, etc.). In addition, classes where Chairs are able to use historical data to predict those courses that typically fill late will be exempted from these deadlines. Under enrolled classes in the latter category may still be cancelled at the discretion of the Dean.