Packet Requirements for Mid 10-Year Review

Packet materials are due September 1.

UNCSA uses Interfolio Review, Promotion & Tenure (RPT), a faculty-oriented online secure platform, for submission and evaluation of materials provided by faculty members undergoing Mid 10-Year Review.  Faculty Affairs will initiate your case in Interfolio RPT and send you an email via the Interfolio platform with a link to “View Case.”  Candidates should reference  Help for Rank, Promotion and Tenure Candidates on Interfolio’s Help Center web page for instructions and best practices for organizing the packet. 

Required Packet Materials - Due September 1 

1. Self-Evaluation
Self-Evaluation Template for Mid 10-Year Review

The self-evaluation serves as the foundation of the Candidate’s packet materials and Mid 10-Year Review.  Using the Self-Evaluation Template for Mid 10-Year Review, the Candidate will first provide a Philosophy of Teaching Statement.  The Candidate will next provide a self-assessment of activities and performance for the period under review.  This self-assessment should include an overview of teaching, creative activity/research, and service.

2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
The most recent version of the Candidate's CV.  It should be dated and paginated.  It should include a list of courses taught, a list of administrative assignments and professional creative activity/research.

3. Student Course Evaluations
These are the Candidate’s Student Course Evaluations for the period under review. As you are naming and organizing your materials, keep in mind reviewers are not necessarily familiar with them.

Check with your Dean’s Office if you do not have copies of your student course evaluations for the period under review.

*Due to the unexpected and rapid transition to online teaching in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, candidates are not required to include Student Course Evaluations from the Spring 2020 term.

4. Syllabi
These are the Candidate’s syllabi for courses taught during the period under review. As you are naming and organizing your materials, keep in mind reviewers are not necessarily familiar with them.

5. Annual Evaluations
The Candidate’s Annual Evaluation/Update of Professional Activities Form, Parts I & I for each year of the period under review.  As you are naming and organizing your materials, keep in mind reviewers are not necessarily familiar with them.

Check with your Dean’s Office if you do not have copies of both Part I or Part II of the Annual Evaluation.

6. Optional Supplemental Support
The Candidate may include any additional information in support of the review; however, supplemental support is not required.

Optional Candidate Responses

1. Optional Candidate Response to the Dean Regarding the Peer Review Committee Evaluation

The Candidate may elect to submit an optional response to the Dean, including additional supplemental materials, regarding the Peer Review Committee Evaluation.

The Peer Review Committee Evaluation is due to Faculty Affairs on February 22. Faculty Affairs will share the evaluation with you via Interfolio RPT along with a link to upload your response. Your response is due within seven calendar days from the date Faculty Affairs shares the evaluation with you.

2. Optional Candidate Response to the Provost Regarding the Peer Review Committee Evaluation
The Candidate may elect to submit an optional response to the Provost, including additional supplemental materials, regarding the Dean’s Evaluation.

The Dean's Evaluation and signed Acknowledgement Statement confirming the Dean has met with you to discuss the evaluation are due from the Dean's Office to Faculty Affairs by April 1.  Faculty Affairs will send you the evaluation and the Interfolio RPT link by which to submit the response after the Dean’s Office uploads these documents.  Your optional response must be uploaded within seven calendar days from the date Faculty Affairs shares the evaluation with you.