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Promotion and Tenure at UNG

Policies and Procedures

Information about promotion and tenure at the University of North Georgia (UNG) can be found on the Academic Affairs website under Policies and Procedures in the Faculty Handbook.

Portfolios

DETI (Distance Education and Technology Integration) creates faculty portfolios in our learning management system.

Workshops

Together CTLL and DETI facilitate workshops about pre-tenure and post-tenure in the fall and workshops on promotion and tenure in the spring.

Registration

Face-to-Face Registration

 

Webinar Registration

To register for webinars, please email CTLL at ctll@ung.edu.

Spring 2020: Promotion and Tenure Policies and ePortfolio

Spring 2020: Promotion and Tenure Policies and ePortfolio

Date Time Campus Location/Webinar
Thursday, March 19, 2020 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
(Registration)
Dahlonega Library Technology Center 380
Thursday, April 2, 2020 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
(Registration)

Gainesville Nesbitt 3202

Thursday, April 16, 2020 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
(Registration)
Oconee Student Resource Center 581
Thursday, April 23, 2020 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
(To register, email ctll@ung.edu)

Webinar
GoToMeeting at this link:
1. Click on this online meeting link 
2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) – a headset is recommended,
OR, call in using your telephone.

  • Dial +1 (312) 757-3121
  • Access Code: 423-670-029
Click the link to join this meeting from your computer, iPhone®, iPad®, Android® or Windows Phone® device via the GoToMeeting app.
Call 678-717-3933 if you have questions.

Fall 2019: Pre-Tenure Policies and ePortfolio

Pre-Tenure Policies and ePortfolio

Date Time Campus Location/Webinar
Thursday, September 12, 2019 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.
(Registration)
Oconee Student Resource Center 564
Thursday, September 26, 2019 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.
(Registration)

Dahlonega Library Technology Center 380

Thursday, October 3, 2019 12:30 - 1:50 p.m.
(Registration)
Gainesville Nesbitt 3202
Friday, October 4, 2019 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
(To register, email ctll@ung.edu)

Webinar
GoToMeeting at this link:
1. Click on this online meeting link (10 minutes before meeting starts)
2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) – a headset is recommended,
OR, call in using your telephone.
Dial +1 (786) 535-3211
Access Code: 917-318-853
Click the link to join this meeting from your computer, iPhone®, iPad®, Android® or Windows Phone® device via the GoToMeeting app.
Call 678-717-3933 if you have questions.

Fall 2019: Post-Tenure Policies and ePortfolio

Post-Tenure Policies and ePortfolio

Date Time Campus Location/Webinar
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
(Registration)
Dahlonega Library Technology Center 380
Friday, October 18, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
(Registration)

Gainesville Nesbitt 3202

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
(Registration)
Oconee Classroom 312
Friday, November 15, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
(To register, email ctll@ung.edu)

Webinar
GoToMeeting at this link:
1. Click on this online meeting link (10 minutes before meeting starts)
2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) – a headset is recommended,
OR, call in using your telephone.
Dial +1 (786) 535-3211
Access Code: 917-318-853
Click the link to join this meeting from your computer, iPhone®, iPad®, Android® or Windows Phone® device via the GoToMeeting app.
Call 678-717-3933 if you have questions.

Promotion and Tenure Resources

Articles

From Faculty Focus:

From the Chronicle of Higher Education:

  • Tenured Twice by Amy Jones. One woman's story of recognizing that her first department/institution was not a good fit – just as she received tenure there – and her decision to pursue a position somewhere that would be a better fit.
  • Road Signs to Tenure by Miguel Mantero. Compiled advice from six tenured professors. Also, Were the Road Signs Wrong? Miguel's retrospective article as he comes up for tenure, written two years after the previous article, analyzes and responds to the earlier advice.
  • Shameless Self-Promotion by James Lang. "Given the unsupervised nature of much of what we do in this business, I am really in the best position both to describe and to evaluate my work most effectively," explains the author.
  • How First-Year Faculty Members Can Help Their Chairmen by Gene Fant, Jr. Suggestions for being proactive, from a department chair.
  • Keeping Your Research Alive by Rick Reis. How to make your research a priority, in the face of other, more urgent (but not necessarily more important) demands on your time.

From the Magna Academic Leader Newsletter. To access please log-in with your UNG ID and Password. Related titles are listed below:

CTLL also offers a variety of resources for Academic leaders on our Academic Leadership page.

Books

  • Getting Tenure (Survival Skills for Scholars), by Marcia Whicker, Jennie, Kronenfeld, and Ruth Strickland. This practical guide clarifies the tenure process and gives concrete advice for graduate students and junior faculty members on the strategy required to maximize the chance of achieving tenure.
  • Advice for New Faculty Members: Nihil Nimus, by Robert Boice.
    Boice provides a unique and essential guide to the start of a successful academic career.
    Read an excerpt from Advice for New Faculty Members.
  • Life on the Tenure Track: Lessons from the First Year, by James Lang.
    Lang narrates the story of his first year on the tenure track with wit and wisdom, detailing his moments of confusion, frustration, and even elation—in the classroom, at his writing desk, during his office hours, in departmental meetings—as well as his insights into the lives and working conditions of faculty in higher education today.
  • Preparing for Promotion, Tenure, and Annual Review: A Faculty Guide, by Robert M. Diamond
    This guide to helping faculty prepare for professional review, whether an annual event or at a key moment in their career, will help make this often stressful and confusing experience less challenging and provide faculty a sense of mastery over the process.

Other Tools & Resources

Charting Your Progress Toward Tenure. Guidelines and template for creating your own table to track your progress toward tenure provided by Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College.

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