|Chair||Seung Hee Choifirstname.lastname@example.org|
CPC is responsible for evaluating each applicant on the basis of the criteria, standards, and qualifications contained in the Board of Trustees approved TCNJ Promotions and Reappointment Document and makes recommendations to the President concerning those candidates who clearly warrant such promotion. CPC also makes recommendations to the Committee on Faculty Affairs concerning changes in promotion policy and procedures.
The CPC should be composed of twelve (12) faculty members and librarians drawn from a cross-section of disciplines in all schools and different departments within schools. Thus, an ideally composed CPC might look as follows:
Three (3) from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, each from different departments/programs
Two (2) from the School of Science, each from different departments/programs
Two (2) from the School of Education, each from different departments/programs
One (1) from the School of the Arts and Communication
One (1) from the School of Business
One (1) from the School of Engineering
One (1) from the School of Nursing, Health and Exercise Science
One (1) from the Library
The Provost also serves ex officio without vote.
Send suggestions, questions, and comments to the Steering Committee, email@example.com
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