All faculty, both tenure track and lecturers, are subject to annual review.
Tenure track faculty reviews take place in the spring and are based on a yearly report prepared by each faculty member. Each department has guidelines for the information contained in the review. Junior faculty annual reviews typically include some consultation between the chair and senior faculty; reviews for tenured faculty are conducted according to individual post-tenure policies developed at the department level.
Lecturers in their second or subsequent year of service are to be reviewed in the fall, with summaries due to the College office in late November.
Lecturers in their first year of service are to be reviewed no later than February 28, with summaries due to the College office by mid-March.
For any lecturer or tenure track faculty member being recommended for promotion, the promotion evaluation constitutes the annual review.
In all cases the faculty member receives a copy of the review and an opportunity to discuss it with the chair. For more information on the annual review process, see Faculty Handbook section B4.
The Dean requires only the summaries of annual reviews (templates below). Electronic copies of annual review summary sheets are to be submitted to the College by the posted deadline.