#8: Tenured Faculty Review and Development Policy: DONE!
The Tenured Faculty Review and Development Policy as approved by the UK administration
The slight changes to the FMER process related to the TFRDP
things stood after the Senate meeting of 13 November 2000
The Problem: the AR proposed by the administration doesn't reflect the will of the Senate
Rationale for the changes that UK-AAUP proposes
The resolution to be considered by the University Senate on 13 November 2000
The revised AR to be considered by the University Senate on 13 November 2000
This Critical Year New Members May Join AAUP for Half Price
(An Offer You Can Refuse But Probably Shouldn't)
New members may join national AAUP, the Kentucky Conference, and UK-AAUP free for the first six months. After that tenured faculty pay $10.83 per month; non-tenured pay $6.00 per month.
Membership includes the bimonthly publication Academe and a number of other benefits,
most crucial decision UK will make in years -- the choice of a President
-- is coming up quickly.
UK-AAUP intends to continue to make the voice of the faculty heard. (Last spring we sponsored a meeting of the faculty together with the faculty representatives on the Presidential Search Committee. We intend another such meeting this fall.) But we need your ideas, your help, and your membership. If you have been a member in the past and have let your membership lapse, please renew.
To join, or for additional information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 257-6494.
#7: UK-AAUP News (Spring 2000)
Background - Historical
Senator Philpot's Proposed PTR Legislation
Senator Philpot's Press Release
An Open Letter to the Arts and Sciences Community
Post-tenure Review Policy
Faculty Participation in the Pursuit of Higher Education Excellence (1996)