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===Policy===
 
===Policy===
<p style="margin-bottom:15px;">All faculty are evaluated at least annually by their Division Assistant Dean.</p>
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<p style="margin-bottom:15px;max-width:70em !important;">All faculty are evaluated at least annually by their Division Assistant Dean.</p>
<p style="margin-bottom:15px;">Multiple sources of data are used for faculty evaluations. At a minimum, annual evaluations are based on faculty self evaluation, student evaluation, and Division Assistant Dean evaluation. Other data, such as peer evaluation or evaluation by outside consultants, can be sought at the discretion of the Division Assistant Dean and/or the faculty.</p>
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<p style="margin-bottom:15px;max-width:70em !important;">Multiple sources of data are used for faculty evaluations. At a minimum, annual evaluations are based on faculty self evaluation, student evaluation, and Division Assistant Dean evaluation. Other data, such as peer evaluation or evaluation by outside consultants, can be sought at the discretion of the Division Assistant Dean and/or the faculty.</p>
<p style="margin-bottom:15px;">To prepare for an annual evaluation, faculty members submit to Division Assistant Deans the following: 1) self evaluation; 2) student/course evaluations; 3) proposed future activity goals 4) updated C.V.</p>
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<p style="margin-bottom:15px;max-width:70em !important;">To prepare for an annual evaluation, faculty members submit to Division Assistant Deans the following: 1) self evaluation; 2) student/course evaluations; 3) proposed future activity goals 4) updated C.V.</p>
<p style="margin-bottom:15px;">New faculty members are evaluated at the end of the first semester as well as the end of the year; the first semester evaluation typically is mentoring and counseling in nature.</p>
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<p style="margin-bottom:15px;max-width:70em !important;">New faculty members are evaluated at the end of the first semester as well as the end of the year; the first semester evaluation typically is mentoring and counseling in nature.</p>
<p style="margin-bottom:15px;">Graduate Assistants (GA), whether teaching or performing other College of Nursing work such as research or practice, also are evaluated annually by their Division Assistant Dean or other appropriate supervisor. If appropriate, student evaluations are submitted to the Division Assistant Dean to be considered in the evaluation.</p>
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<p style="margin-bottom:15px;max-width:70em !important;">Graduate Assistants (GA), whether teaching or performing other College of Nursing work such as research or practice, also are evaluated annually by their Division Assistant Dean or other appropriate supervisor. If appropriate, student evaluations are submitted to the Division Assistant Dean to be considered in the evaluation.</p>
<p style="margin-bottom:15px;">For regular faculty (non-GA personnel), Division Assistant Deans make merit raise recommendations with rationale, including a completed performance appraisal, to the Dean.</p>
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<p style="margin-bottom:15px;max-width:70em !important;">For regular faculty (non-GA personnel), Division Assistant Deans make merit raise recommendations with rationale, including a completed performance appraisal, to the Dean.</p>
<p style="margin-bottom:15px;">Evaluation records are confidential. Division Assistant Deans have access to files of faculty whom they supervise. The Dean has access to all faculty files. Faculty evaluations are kept in the official personnel file.</p>
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<p style="margin-bottom:15px;max-width:70em !important;">Evaluation records are confidential. Division Assistant Deans have access to files of faculty whom they supervise. The Dean has access to all faculty files. Faculty evaluations are kept in the official personnel file.</p>
    
===Procedures===
 
===Procedures===

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