The Department of Agronomy and Horticulture Promotion and Tenure Committee conducts annual evaluations of pre-tenured and/or pre fully-promoted faculty. The purpose of this evaluation is to assess whether the candidates meet the high standards of faculty performance in all aspects of their position. In this way, a faculty of the highest quality and distinction will be maintained.
The P&T Committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Agronomy and Horticulture Department Head, who determines whether or not the candidate should be recommended to the IANR Dean's council for tenure and/or promotion.
The P&T consists of nine full professors in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, representing the Research and Extension Centers (at least two members), the Beadle Center (at least one member), and all the diverse programs within the department. Term of service is three years. The P&T Committee members are elected by all faculty within the department. The chair of the P&T Committee serves a two-year term and is elected by the committee.
- P&T Committee Structure and Mentoring
- Developing an Effective Promotion
- Faculty Performance Guidelines
- Guidelines for External Letters
- Guidelines for Meets vs Exceeds
- Reimbursement to Center Faculty Policy
- Timeline for Promotion & Tenure Process
- Adjunct or Courtesy Appointment Nomination Form
Example P&T Documents
- IANR Faculty Resources
- Annual Reporting via Activity Insight
- IANR Guidelines for Evaluation, Promotion and Tenure . Pg. 11 (Attachment A) indicates documentation to be included. Pg. 13 (Attachment B) description of contents of a promotion file.
- Criteria for Appointment and Promotion in Rank . This is for all divisions (CASNR, ARD, COEX, etc.) Although, disregard CASNR at this site and see Revised CASNR Criteria for Promotion in Rank below.
- University Guidelines for the Evaluation of Faculty: Annual Evaluations, P&T . Scroll down to find the guidelines under Tenure Policies & Procedures.