April 7: Tenure, promotion workshop to be videostreamed

PULLMAN, 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.

Oct. 16: Tenure and promotion workshop aims to inform, assist faculty

PULLMAN, Wash. – A workshop and question-and-answer session about all aspects of faculty performance reviews will be presented by Fran McSweeney 9:30-11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, in Murrow 52. It will be accessible statewide via AMS Videoconferencing Services (see locations when you register online at http://hrs.wsu.edu/Faculty%20Promotion%20Workshops) and will be videostreamed for Internet access.

2009 tenure and promotion

WSU faculty granted tenure and promotion in 2009 include: 2009 PROMOTION AND TENURE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL, HUMAN AND NATURAL RESOURCE SCIENCES NAME ACTION RANK DEPARTMENT EFFECTIVE DATE Matthew F. Bumpus Grant and Promote Associate Professor Human Development August 16, 2009 Kenneth C. Eastwell Promote Professor Plant Pathology, Prosser July 1, 2009 Eric L. Jessup Promote […]

Lifting barriers to progress

Grant for women expected to benefit all faculty in time   PULLMAN – After nearly seven years of effort by faculty and staff, WSU was awarded a $3.75 million National Science Foundation ADVANCE grant in September. Aimed at increasing representation of women in the sciences and technology, the grant outlines strategies that may ultimately provide […]

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 […]

Faculty formula put to the test

Business leaders and lawmakers are leaning on universities statewide to produce more graduates in high demand fields. Those taking up the challenge often receive substantial extra funding. For Washington State University, the question is how best to achieve the goal. At the root of this challenge lies the fact that there aren’t enough homegrown grads […]