Title of Presentation

Acknowledging Faculty Contributions to Experiential Learning and Broader Impacts in the School of Engineering's New Promotion and Tenure Policies

About the Presenter(s)

Kenya Crosson, Interim Associate Dean for Faculty and Staff Development and Associate Professor, School of Engineering Kelly Bohrer, Executive Director, ETHOS Center Margaret Pinnell, Interim Dean and Professor, School of Engineering Deogratias Eustace, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering & Engineering Mechanics

Start Date

6-1-2022 10:00 AM

Abstract/Description

Participants will learn about the development and implementation of the School of Engineering's new promotion and tenure process, which acknowledges faculty contributions to experiential learning. Presenters will reflect on the broader impacts of experiential learning and how the School of Engineering supports these faculty contributions to teaching and learning. A diverse panel of faculty will share their experiences with the new P&T process.

Goals for Attendees

Learn about a model for incorporating and recognizing faculty contributions to experiential learning and broader impacts into faculty evaluation; gain knowledge about the resources and support for experiential learning in the School of Engineering; understand the challenges and successes of acknowledging and evaluating faculty contributions to experiential learning and broader impacts.

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Draft of P&T criteria, School of Engineering, 2021

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Jan 6th, 10:00 AM

Acknowledging Faculty Contributions to Experiential Learning and Broader Impacts in the School of Engineering's New Promotion and Tenure Policies

Participants will learn about the development and implementation of the School of Engineering's new promotion and tenure process, which acknowledges faculty contributions to experiential learning. Presenters will reflect on the broader impacts of experiential learning and how the School of Engineering supports these faculty contributions to teaching and learning. A diverse panel of faculty will share their experiences with the new P&T process.