April 7: Tenure, promotion workshop to be videostreamed

McSweeney-FPULLMAN, Wash. – Fran McSweeney, Regents professor of psychology and vice provost for faculty affairs, will give a workshop and answer questions about all aspects of faculty performance reviews 9-10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 7, in French Ad 139 in Pullman, via videoconferencing in Spokane, Tri-Cities and Vancouver and via Internet videostreaming.

The workshop will particularly focus on tenure and promotion. Any faculty member who has an interest in these issues should attend, particularly those who are just beginning their careers at WSU or who will come up for an important evaluation soon.

This workshop is part of an effort to increase the transparency of faculty personnel policies.

Use this link to enroll:  http://hrs.wsu.edu/skillsoft/default.aspx?c=ilt_wsu_PD_385

 

 

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