Templates – please see revised External Evaluator Templates at the bottom of this page, March 2013
The following templates should be followed when developing these documents. While you may add relevant material as appropriate to your unit, please be sure to follow the specific guidelines in these examples. It is very important that these documents accurately reflect policy and procedure for each action.
*Please note that start dates will remain September until we transition all reappointments through their current appointments. Thereafter, their start date will be July 1.
Salary Language- Appointment Letter: This is the salary language for Appointment Letters that describes the fact that most faculty with 9-month appointments are paid in July and August each year, in advance of the Academic Year, and are also paid in June, after the end of the Academic Year. If a faculty member leaves before January 15, they may owe us salary that they have already been paid but not earned, and if they leave in June, we may owe them salary they have earned but not yet been paid. The language at this link is for appointment letters, not offer letters.
External Reviewer Solicitation letters for: Promotion and Tenure or Tenure only; Promotion to full Professor; Initial hire at the Associate or full Professor level
Please note: These templates, amended as necessary per the specifics of each case, must be used for all external reviewer solicitations for promotions with or without tenure, or tenure alone, and for initial appointments at the Associate and Full Professor level. Although minor style changes are acceptable, please be sure that the evaluators are asked for all of the information in the template, and keep the confidentiality assurance as written. If you have any questions, please contact Julie Sandell before you send out letters to solicit evaluation of your candidate.
Promotion to Full Professor: as of March 2013, only 6 “Core Letters” are required for a complete dossier for promotion to Full Professor (except for the Law School). Please see this memo for additional instructions and requirements: Core Letters for Full Professor Promotions.final
Promotion to ASCP External-Reviewer-Letter March2013
This is also the external evaluator template used for promotions to full Professor in the Law School.
Promotion to Full Prof External-Reviewer-Letter March2013
Tenure Alone External-Reviewer-Letter March2013