All tenured, tenure-track, and non-tenure track faculty are to be reviewed annually. The faculty member provides to the department head or designee the written statement of mutual expectations, annual activity report and plan for professional development, departmental teacher/course evaluations, results of any peer review of teaching and other pertinent information.
Post-tenure review – a more comprehensive and cumulative review – takes place for tenured faculty members every five years after being tenured, with some exceptions. Related procedures ensure that post-tenure review is not a re-evaluation of tenure and that it is conducted in a manner that protects academic freedom and the quality of education. NC State rules and regulations regarding post-tenure review are consistent with the requirements of the University of North Carolina system.
Policies, Rules and Regulations
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Post-Tenure Review FAQs
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UNC General Administration Post-Tenure Review Training
These training modules focus on the essential elements of useful and thoughtful reviews including how to prepare, conduct and manage a meaningful review process; and how to provide constructive criticism in a positive manner.
To complete the training, click the link below and then select the Academics tab > Post-Tenure Review Training. Under Option #1 – UNC Community, select NC State University and then click Submit to sign in.
You will also need to complete a Training Attestation Form upon completion of the training. Check with your Department Head to determine where these are maintained by your unit.