Table 1. Evaluation Components for Research/Creative Scholarship | Kent State University

Table 1. Evaluation Components for Research/Creative Scholarship

Scholarship Rating

Research or Creative Scholarship is defined by:

Typical Accomplishments Corresponding to the Assessment

Excellent

Associate Professor: Promising record

with emerging national/international recognition

 

Full Professor:

Sustained record

with national/international recognition

Demonstrated significant record of peer-reviewed publications and/or exhibitions.  Presentations at professional meetings with rigorous peer review criteria.  Invitations to give presentations/lectures/exhibitions.  Review of works featured in national/international journals.  Recognition by professional organizations at regional/national/international level.  Recognition of scholarly impact by peers in the profession.

Very Good

Defined emphasis and emerging national recognition

Demonstrated consistent record of peer-reviewed publications and/or exhibitions.  Presentations at professional meetings with peer review criteria. 

Good

Developing focus and active engagement

Some Publications and/or exhibitions.  Some Presentations at professional meetings/seminars. 

Fair

Unfocused direction and limited engagement

Occasional publications/exhibitions or meeting presentations.

Poor

Undefined research program or creative practice

Few or no publications, presentations, exhibitions, or professional recognition.