Good Practice in Tenure Evaluation

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Flawed tenure processes can exact a heavy toll on the unsuccessful candidate, his or her colleagues, and the institution. The Good Practice in Tenure Evaluation report originated at a meeting convened by the American Council on Education (ACE), the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), and United Educators Insurance (UE). The report has been widely read since it was first published in 2000, and the three organizations are pleased to issue this revised and updated edition. The report covers issues of: 

  • Clarity in Standards and Procedures for Tenure Evaluation
  • Consistency in Tenure Decisions
  • Candor in the Evaluation of Tenure-Track Faculty
  • Caring for Unsuccessful Candidates

For more detail and a wealth of additional resources, read the full report.


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