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Appointments, Promotion and Tenure Committee (APT)

Committees on Faculty Appointments, Promotions, and Tenure
The Dean of the College convenes two committees responsible for the appointment, promotion, and/or tenure of faculty: one responsible for TTK faculty and another responsible for PTK faculty.
The TTK committee consists of five (5) voting members of the tenure track faculty who hold the rank of tenured full professors from any academic unit of the College of Arts and Humanities. In accordance with the standing policies on appointments, promotion, and tenure of tenure track faculty, the TTK committee shall deliberate in confidence and shall then make written recommendations to the Provost on all cases of tenure, promotion as well as new TTK faculty appointments that carry tenure. Committee members are appointed to a one-year term and may be reappointed for one (1) successive year.
TTK Committee Members:
The PTK committee consists of five (5) voting members, including at least two (2) Principal Lecturers (or equivalent rank) from any unit of the College, and at least two (2) tenured TTK faculty from any unit of the College.  In accordance with the standing policies on the promotion of professional track faculty, the PTK committee shall deliberate in confidence and shall then make written recommendations to the Provost on all cases of promotion to Principal Lecturer, Research Professor, and equivalent PTK ranks as well as new PTK faculty appointments at the highest rank .Committee members are appointed to a one-year term and may be reappointed for one (1) successive year.
PTK Commitee Members: Additional Councils & Committees

 *NOTE: The Collegiate Council is a parliamentary body, in which members are identified by and representative of the various instructional units within the college.  All other committees (APAC, APT, CNT, PCC) are non-parliamentary bodies.