Teaching

Faculty are expected to develop a strong track record in the classroom, as exhibited by responsiveness to teaching evaluations from professional colleagues and teaching peers, as well as students, professional improvement and industry engagement as appropriate. Criteria for the evaluation of teaching are listed in Table 1 in the Appendix to this Section of the Handbook. Course revision is defined as making a substantial modification to a course, such as addition of distance learning options or multi-media instruction, formally proposing to change course content/format, etc. Other information, such as written comments from students, colleagues within and beyond the School, College, or University administrators shall be considered when available. Peer reviews and summaries of Student Surveys of Instruction (including all student comments) must be submitted as part of a candidate’s file for reappointment, tenure and promotion. Copies of representative syllabi, examinations, and other relevant teaching material also should be available for review.