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Plan for Transitioning to the New Evaluation System
 
For colleges currently evaluating full-time teaching faculty on an academic/fiscal year cycle:
 
  • Evaluations for Academic Year 2012-13 or Fiscal Year 2012-13 should be completed in accordance with previously existing plan and previously established deadlines.
  • Spring-semester performance of new faculty hired in Spring 2013 is conducted in accordance with previously existing plan.
  • Faculty first hired to teach full-time in Spring 2013 enter the probationary first-year evaluation cycle in the Fall 2013 semester; such faculty participate in the Faculty Development and Evaluation system in accordance with the first semester requirements of the new faculty evaluation plan for Fall 2013 semester hires; said evaluations are to be completed in a timely manner in order to comply with non-reappointment notification deadline of the following March 15.
  • Continuing faculty will conduct student evaluations during Fall 2013.
  • Continuing faculty will establish Annual Performance and Professional Development Objectives in accordance with the new faculty evaluation plan by December 1, 2013.
  • First-semester performance evaluation of faculty hired in Fall 2013 is to be conducted in accordance with the new faculty evaluation plan; said evaluations are to be completed by December 15.
  • Faculty contracts/appointment proposals for 2014-15 are to be issued in Spring 2014 pursuant to results of the 2012-13 evaluations completed, as noted above, by deadlines established under previously existing plan.
  • Full implementation of new faculty evaluation plan, applicable to all full-time teaching faculty, commences On January 1, 2014. 
  • Unless otherwise stipulated, faculty in the midst of a multi-year appointment as of January 2014 are deemed to carry a summative rating of “Meets Expectations” until the final year of the current multi-year appointment, whereupon they will participate in a comprehensive evaluation in accordance with the new faculty evaluation plan. In the meantime, they will participate in the Annual Performance and Professional Development and the Reward and Recognition components of the Faculty Development and Evaluation System.  
 
For colleges currently evaluating full-time teaching faculty on a calendar year cycle:
 
  • Evaluations of continuing faculty for Calendar Year 2013 should be completed in accordance with previously existing plan and previously existing deadlines.
  • Faculty first hired to teach full-time in Spring 2013 enter the probationary first-year evaluation cycle in the Fall 2013 semester; such faculty participate in the Faculty Development and Evaluation system in accordance with the first semester requirements of the new faculty evaluation plan for Fall 2013 semester hires; said evaluations are to be completed in a timely manner in order to comply with non-reappointment notification deadline of the following March 15.
  • Continuing faculty will establish Annual Performance and Professional Development Objectives by December 1, 2013 in accordance with new faculty evaluation plan.
  • First-semester performance evaluation of new faculty hired in Fall 2013 is to be conducted in accordance with the new faculty evaluation plan; said evaluations are to be completed by December 15, 2013.
  • Faculty contracts/appointment proposals for 2014-15 are to be issued in Spring 2014 pursuant to results of Calendar Year 2013 evaluations completed, as noted above, by deadlines established under previously existing plan.
  • Full implementation of new faculty evaluation plan, applicable to all full-time teaching faculty, commences On January 1, 2014.
 
Unless otherwise stipulated, faculty in the midst of a multi-year appointment as of January 2014 are deemed to carry a summative rating of “Meets Expectations” until the final year of the current multi-year appointment, whereupon they will participate in a comprehensive evaluation in accordance with the new faculty evaluation plan. In the meantime, they will participate in the Annual Performance and Professional Development and the Reward and Recognition components of the Faculty Development and Evaluation System

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