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Scholarship

Scholarly work that is accepted or in press can be included in the evaluation of a faculty member’s scholarship. In press requires acceptance of the publication from the editor and when possible, recognition of a proposed timeline for publication. Work that is in progress, being revised, or submitted and under review are not to be included as it will not be considered. In order to judge the creative activity from one merit period to the next, faculty are to create a table (see Table 1) to demonstrate specific accomplishments during this merit period. Previous merit submissions will be used during each review process to assist with the assessment of current accomplishments.

For Scholarship and Research, the extent, quality, and impact of one’s work (e.g., scholarly publications and presentations) are considered. If desired, but within one single-spaced page, information highlighting the significance of one’s scholarly endeavors may be included.

Table 1:  Summary Table for Scholarship

 

Caution:  Do not include any articles/chapters/books/editorial work/other publications listed as “in press” last year.

 

Scholarship

 

Current Merit period

Date:

In press articles/chapters/

books/editorial work, other publications

 

Articles

 

Chapters

 

Books

 

Editorial work

 

Other publications

 

Invited presentations

 

Presentations – International* (must occur outside of North America to be considered international)

 

Presentations  -- National

 

Presentations – Regional

 

Presentations – State or local

 

Other Scholarship, such as grants

 

 

Note: If any publications or presentations are co-authored, percentages of responsibility should be included; acceptance rates and/or journal impact factors of publications, if known, should also be included.