Workshop helps faculty prepare

Frances McSweeney, the vice provost for faculty affairs, will present a workshop on all aspects of faculty preformance evaluations.

The workshop, which will be held on Tuesday, April 3 from 1:30-3 p.m., will focus specifically on tenure and promotion.

The workshop will be held in Murrow 55 on the Pullman campus and will be available via WHETS in other locations.

The workshop is open to anyone interested and is particularly recommended for facutly who are relatively new and for those who will be preparing their files for tenure and promotion consideration next fall.

This workshop was also presented last fall.

Faculty may sign up for the workshop at The website also provides the location of the worshop on the branch campuses.

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