Re-Envisioning Publicly Engaged Scholarship in Promotion and Tenure
Many institutions know promotion and tenure policies need to be revised and evaluative metrics need to be created to better recognize, reward, and retain publicly engaged faculty. But oftentimes they are hit with “analysis paralysis” – the details of where or how to start can be overwhelming. Focused on the big-picture of navigating institutional change, this panel will share insights from three scholars who have helped their institutions revise both formal and informal promotion and tenure processes, and will offer insights for collective movement.
- Dr. Emily Janke, Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies, and Director of the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement, UNC Greensboro
- Dr. David Donahue, Professor of Education, University of San Francisco
- Dr. Timothy Eatman, Dean of the Honors Living-Learning Community, Rutgers University