Valuing Engaged Scholarship in the Tenure and Promotion Process Forum

By Academic Senate, Academic Support Resources, American Studies Department, Anthropology Department, Applied Math Department, Art Department, Arts Division, Astronomy and Astrophysics Department, Baskin School of Engineering, Computational Media Department, Computer Science and Engineering Department, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Earth and Planetary Sciences Department, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department, Economics Department, Education Department, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Environmental Studies Department, Feminist Studies Department, Film and Digital Media Department, Graduate Studies Division, History Department, History of Consciousness Department, Humanities Division, Humanities Institute, Institute for Social Transformation, Linguistics Department, Literature Department, Mathematics Department, Microbiology and Environmental Toxicology Department, Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology Department, Music Department, Ocean Sciences Department, Philosophy Department, Physical and Biological Sciences Division, Physics Department, Politics Department, Social Sciences Division, Sociology Department

Wednesday, April 19, 2023 3:30pm to 5:30pm

Join Campus + Community in a forum with campus leaders about taking stock of engaged scholarship in the tenure and promotion process at UCSC and across the UC system. UCSC has developed several new sets of guidelines that will help engaged scholars to talk about and elevate their teaching and research. These guidelines will also help departments, deans, the Committee on Academic Personnel (CAP) and senior leadership to evaluate engaged scholar files. Presenters will share the ways that campus is seeking to support engaged scholarship in the merit process and will take questions from the audience about how to move forward.

Forum Panel

  • Rebecca London - Faculty Director of Campus + Community and Associate Professor of Sociology
  • Herbie Lee - Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
  • Jasmine Alinder - Dean of Humanities
  • Susan Gillman - Professor of literature representing the Committee on Academic Personnel

Workshop: 3:30pm–4:30pm
Reception: 4:30pm–5:30pm

Registration: In-person

Registration: Virtual

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