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Announcement of Faculty Reviews 2021 - 2022

If you have information you would like to share about your experience with any of these faculty members, you are invited to write to the Faculty Personnel Policy and Review Committee - c/o Carol Cox, Academic Affairs, 377 Julian Science & Mathematics Center, or E-mail: ReviewComm@depauw.edu.

Fall Tenure and Promotion Reviews  Deadline for Letters: Monday, August 30, 2021
Salil Benegal - Political Science
Eliza Brown - School of Music
Derek Ford - Education Studies
Leigh-Anne Goins - Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Sarah Rowley - History

Fall Term Faculty Reviews  Deadline for Letters: Monday, September 13, 2021
Paige Andersson - Hispanic Studies
Kenneth Brown - Geosciences
Nipun Chopra - Biology
Caitlin Howlett - Education Studies
Daniel Joseph - Sociology and Anthropology
William Pearson - School of Music
Selma Poturovic - Chemistry and Biochemistry, Coordinator of Inclusion Initiatives in STEM
Ralph Sanders - Economics and Management

Fall Interim Faculty Reviews   Deadline for Letters: Monday, October 4, 2021
Sarah Cowan - Art and Art History
Aldrin Magaya - History
Sarah Mordan-McCombs - Biology

Spring Term Faculty Review  Deadline for Letters: January 31, 2022
Allana Johnson - Computer Science

Because of the University open file policy, all such submissions will be available to the individual faculty member. Thus, you are asked either to indicate your awareness of this policy in your letter, or to complete an open file policy form which can be obtained in the Office of Academic Affairs, 377 Julian Science and Mathematics Center or on the Faculty Personnel Policy and Review website.

The most helpful letters are those confined to personal experience of the letter writer. Since the criteria for review cover a broad set of categories spread over teaching, scholarly and artistic work, and service, your letter should only speak to your first-hand experience with the faculty member under review. It is neither helpful nor appropriate for a letter writer to make a recommendation for the outcome (e.g. granting tenure or promotion) since that implies a judgment based on incomplete information. A formal recommendation will be made by the review committees upon examination of all lines of evidence contained in the decision file.