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9. CANDIDATES WITH JOINT APPOINTMENTS, ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS, RESEARCH GRANTS, AND/OR ASSIGNED TIME FOR PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT

9.1. Joint Appointments

9.1.1. Criteria

A candidate holding a joint appointment in any rank will be evaluated according to the uniform criteria in section 4.0 of this document.

9.1.2. Eligibility

The candidate will meet the same eligibility requirements as all other faculty.

9.1.3. Procedures

Procedures for candidates with joint appointment are the same as for all other faculty, with the following considerations:

a. The candidate will be evaluated in his or her designated home department;

b. The candidate may request an evaluation by his or her other department or departments;

c. The home Department Committee or Department Chair may request an evaluation of the candidate by his or her other department or departments.

9.2. Administrative Assignments

9.2.1. A candidate who is a regular member of a department faculty and who serves wholly or partially in an administrative assignment shall be judged for tenure and promotion upon his or her performance in both his or her administrative and faculty positions.

9.2.2. Candidates with administrative appointments will not be penalized for having fewer opportunities to demonstrate instructional achievement and for potentially providing fewer course evaluations in their WPAFs than other applicants for retention, tenure, and promotion.

9.2.3. The candidate’s service in his or her administrative assignments shall carry weight in the judgment of the Committees, Department Chair, and Dean.

9.2.4. Procedures for a candidate with an administrative assignment are the same as for all other faculty, except that the candidate should include evidence in his or her dossier of work completed under the administrative assignment.

9.3. Candidates with Research Grants

9.3.1. Candidates with research grants that fund assigned time will not be penalized for having fewer opportunities to demonstrate instructional achievement and for potentially providing fewer course evaluations in their WPAFs than other applicants for retention, tenure, and promotion.

9.3.2. Such candidates will be held to high standards of professional achievement.

9.4. Candidates with Assigned Time for Professional Achievement

9.4.1. Candidates with assigned time for professional achievement will not be penalized for having fewer opportunities to demonstrate instructional achievement and for potentially providing fewer course evaluations in their WPAFs than other applicants for retention, tenure, and promotion.

9.4.2. Such candidates will be held to high standards of professional achievement.

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