Assemble to discuss the candidate’s credentials, including evidence submitted by faculty independent of the candidate and the candidate’s written response, if any, to this evidence as well as letters from external reviewers that are filed in the candidate’s materials by the HR Director.
Query two students identified by the candidate and ask them to submit a letter about the candidate’s teaching.
Determine if additional sources of evidence, including relevant information from faculty about the candidate, are needed or desired.
Summarize information at the Senior Faculty meeting about the candidate’s sub-discipline in education.
Writes the report that includes research on (e.g. information on journals in the candidate’s self-declared area of specialization) and the committee’s evaluation of the candidate’s materials.
A subcommittee of three members, with one serving as chair, conduct individual faculty member reviews. The faculty member may request a change in one member of the designated subcommittee.
The election of the committee members from different program areas occurs in January/February for terms of service beginning the following July. Service terms for committee members are limited to no more than two terms, full or partial, during a ten-year period. The elected APT Sub-Committee members will serve a three-year term starting in July of their election year, with a rolling schedule so that three members leave the committee each year in a manner that retains the equal representation of ranks. The chair of the APT Sub-Committee is elected by the APT committee and serves a 2-year term.
An alternate for each rank, the candidate receiving the next highest number of votes, is also elected.
The chair of the APT Sub-Committee is elected by the APT Committee. Elections are held in March.