Professional Development 2006 Panel Session

2006 MPCA/MACA Meeting 
Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites
8787 Keystone Crossing
Indianapolis IN 46240
317-846-2700, fax 317-574-6775

Saturday, October 28, 2006
8:30-10:00 a.m.

2106. Tenure and Promotion Review. Area: Professional Development. Plaza
Boardroom.

The tenure portfolio is a collection of materials that document faculty performance in
teaching, research/creative work, and service. It brings together in one place, information
about the scope and quality of a faculty member’s activities and accomplishments. This
seminar will focus on how to develop a basic portfolio format, how to select and present
empirical evidence of teaching, research and service, and how to write narratives, if
required. In addition, the significance of the CV as a critical introductory document to the
tenure portfolio will be explained. “Preparing a Portfolio for Tenure Evaluation” is suited
for tenure-track faculty advancing to pre-tenure and/or tenure and promotion review, for
tenured faculty preparing for post-tenure review, and for doctoral students planning
careers as college professors.

Chair/Presenter: Angela M. Nelson, Popular Culture, Bowling Green State University,
Bowling Green OH 43403, < anelson@bgsu.edu >

Handout 1: Preparing the Portfolio for Tenure Review: Overview (pdf) 
Handout 2: The Curriculum Vitae: An Introduction to Presenting and Promoting Your Academic Career (pdf) 
Handout 3: The Portfolio Approach to Documenting Teaching Effectiveness (pdf)