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Liaison Matthew Muchna
Submission Date Oct. 8, 2012
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Northern Arizona University
ER-19: Interdisciplinary Research in Tenure and Promotion

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Rod Parnell
Faculty: Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability
School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability
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Does the institution's treatment of interdisciplinary research meet the criteria for this credit?:
Yes

A brief description or a copy of the institution’s policy regarding interdisciplinary research:

Approved by Vote of the CEFNS Faculty January 28, 2009: 110 yes, 34 no, 14 abstain
I. Principles and Values
This document describes the process of annual faculty review and promotion and tenure consideration within the College of Engineering, Forestry & Natural Sciences (CEFNS);
acknowledging the diversity of our strengths and reflecting our individual, collegial and institutional values. In this context, the process of faculty reviews and evaluations within all CEFNS units shall include:
• clarity of expectations
• constructive, proactive evaluation and formative feedback
• objective appraisal by peers
• consistent and high standards.
The CEFNS values diversity in the ways an individual faculty member develops excellence in his or her academic career and contributes to the collective success of the department and college. In particular, the CEFNS encourages:
• an emphasis on students
• cross-disciplinary activities
• commitment to scholarship and professional involvement
• assessment for continuous improvement
• collegiality and professionalism
• service to the university and community.

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