Rank and Tenure Committees
The University and School and College Committees make recommendations on petitions for tenure or promotion to the ranks of Associate Professor and Professor.
Faculty Handbook 2.11
Richard Barber, Jr., Physics 2014
Barbara Molony, History 2014
Mark Aschheim, Civil Engineering 2015
Lisa Goldstein, Education 2015
Barrry Posner, Management 2016
William Sundstrom, At-Large 2016
The University Committee on Rank and Tenure shall consist of six active tenured full professors, one elected by the active tenured and probationary faculty in each of the following constituencies: the Schools of Business, Engineering, and Education and Counseling Psychology; those departments in the College of Arts & Sciences offering the Bachelor of Arts degree and those departments offering the Bachelor of Science degree; and the University at large. The term of office is three academic years, with no more than two members' terms to expire in any one year. Each committee shall elect its own chair annually.
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
Arts and Humanities:
Terry Beers, English 2014
Fabio Lopez-Lazaro, History 2012-13, 2014-15
Lawrence Nelson, Philosophy 2013-14
David Popalisky, Theatre and Dance 2015
Katherine Aoki, Art and Art History 2016
Paul Crowley, S.J., Religious Studies 2016
Sciences and Social Sciences:
Lisa Kealhofer, Anthropology 2013-14
Richard Scott, Mathematics and Computer Science 2014
Matthew Bell, Psychology 2015
Elsa Chen, Political Science 2015
Brian McNelis, Chemistry and Biochemistry 2016
LEAVEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Albert Bruno, Marketing 2014
Manoochehr Ghiassi OMIS 2014
Hoje Jo, Finance 2015
Manuel Velasquez, Management 2015
Michael Kevane, Economics 2016
Haidan Li, Accounting 2016
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Ruth Davis, At-large 2014
Sally Wood, Electrical Engineering 2014
Rachel He, Civil Engineering 2015
Timothy Hight, Mechanical Engineering 2015
Darren Atkinson, Computer Engineering 2016
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
David Feldman, Counseling Psychology 2014
Pedro Hernandez-Ramos, Education 2015
Teri Quatman, At-Large 2015
JESUIT SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
(September to September terms)
Jean-Francois Racine, Chair
John Endres, S. J.
The Schools of Business, Engineering, and Education and Counseling Psychology, shall have one committee each; those departments in the College of Arts & Sciences offering the Bachelor of Arts degree and those departments offering the Bachelor of Science degree shall have one committee each.
The School of Law and Jesuit School of Theology govern the composition of their rank and tenure committees, procedures for determination, and determination of rank and tenure of their faculty.
Minutes are not available.