|1. The signed and dated SME remains a dossier requirement for 2018-19. The Statement of Faculty Responsibility (SFR) will not be a requirement for the 2018-19 RPT cycle. See video and fact sheet on SME to SFR Transition.
|2. DVF and CRPTC assessments should be inclusive in scope, clearly expressing the range of peer viewpoints on the quality and impact of the candidate’s work. See video on RPT Assessments, Recommendations and Votes.|
|3. It is important for departments and colleges to understand the voting options in the RPT process so that these options are recorded accurately before a candidate’s dossier goes forward to the next stage of review. See video on RPT Assessments, Recommendations and Votes.|
|4. Peer review of teaching is to be conducted for all faculty with teaching assignments. The required number of peer reviews is found in the Evaluation of Teaching Regulation. Any case that does not contain the required number of evaluations must include an explanation in the Department Head’s assessment.|
|May, 2018||Release of the 2018-2019 RPT Web Site
|August 3, 2018||Submission of adjustments to college summaries (including mandatory and expected non-mandatory candidates)
|September 7, 2018||Office of the Provost will provide Dossier Cover Forms to Colleges for each mandatory and expected non-mandatory candidate.
January 8, 2019 Design, Education, Poole-Management, Natural Resources, Textiles, Veterinary Medicine, Division of Academic and Student Affairs
January 15, 2019
Humanities and Social Sciences, Sciences
January 22, 2019 Agriculture and Life Sciences, Engineering
|Deans submit dossiers via NC State's Online Tool for Submission of RPT Dossiers .|
|January 9 - March 15, 2019||Materials prepared for university level review
University level review of dossiers
University Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee reviews dossiers as requested by the Provost
|By March 15, 2019||University level review completed
|By April 1, 2019||Provost consults with each dean with regard to RPT reviews
|April 18, 2019||NC State Board of Trustees' Meeting - final approval
|By April 30, 2019||Letters sent to Dean's Offices for distribution to candidates.
General Information Sessions are offered each Spring semester. The sessions include details about the process, an overview of the RPT website and a question and answer period. New faculty in all tracks (tenure track, teaching, research, etc.), those who will be entering the RPT cycle and anyone involved in the RPT process are encouraged to attend. No registration or RSVP is required.
Please familiarize yourself with the Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure website prior to the sessions.
If you have questions please contact email@example.com.
Overview Sessions for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty and Non Tenure-Track (NTT) Faculty
- Wednesday, Feb 20 from 3:30pm – 5:00pm — Park Shops, Room 210 (Main Campus)
- Friday, Mar 1 from 10:30am – 12:00pm — Engineering Building I, Room 1007 (Centennial Campus)