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Open Meeting

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Chapter

Thursday, April 30, 2015
2:30-4:00 PM
210 Illini Union (General Lounge)

You are cordially invited to an AAUP Workshop dealing with tenure and promotion issues. A panel of experts will make short presentations, lead the discussion and answer questions from the audience. This program is of particular interest to new and continuing tenure track assistant professors and to associate professors seeking promotion, and to those who serve as mentors to these individuals.

The panelists (and topics they will address) are:

Ilesanmi Adesida, UIUC Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost

Abbas Benmamoun, UIUC Vice Provost (campus policies, three year review procedures, tenure roll backs)

Barbara Wilson, Dean, LAS (dean's and college perspective)

James A. Imlay, Professor of Microbiology, Past Chair of Campus Promotion and Tenure Committee (UIUC P&T Committee Procedures)

Craig M. Koslofsky, Professor of History, Past Chair and current Member of UIUC Faculty Advisory Committee (FAC appeal procedures)

John Prussing, Professor Emeritus of Aerospace Engineering, UIUC AAUP Chapter Past President (AAUP position and support provided by the National and campus AAUPs).

No prior registration is required. All faculty are welcome. Refreshments will be served.

For questions about the workshop please contact: Harry H. Hilton, 333-2653 h-hilton@illinois.edu or H.F. Williamson, 333-2743 billw@illinois.edu

For information on campus promotion & tenure policies and statements see: http://www.provost.illinois.edu/communication/09/index.html

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In 1953, with 708 members, our AAUP chapter was the largest in the country.

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