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Lecturer Reviews


 

Temporary faculty (Lecturers) are subject to review per UPS 210.070. Each department maintains procedures and criteria for temporary faculty reviews. Lecturers should review the relevant UPS documents prior to preparing their files for review.

> Table of Contents
> Period of Review
> Portfolio Instructions *Update Coming Soon
> Full-Time Lecturer Full Review Portfolio Checklist 1-Year
> Full-Time Lecturer Full Review Portfolio Checklist 3-Year
> Full-Time Lecturer Abbreviated Review Portfolio Checklist

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> 2nd set
> 3rd set
> Portfolio Binder Label
> Appendix Label
> Raw Data Label
> Binder Spine Label

 


 

Lecturers - Please read below if you are looking for more information about lecturer evaluations.

Now Updated for Spring 2015.

The following table is intended as a guide to the period of review, i.e., the period of time which should be covered in the portfolio the lecturer submits for evaluation.  Part-Time Lecturers, in particular, should consult with their department chairs, because the specifics for the evaluation of part-time lecturers is still set by the department. Therefore, the requirements at a particular department may differ slightly from the information in the chart below.

 

Appointment Status

Review Type

Review Period

New Lecturer (Year 1)

Abbreviated*

Fall  2014 semester only

Continuing Lecturer (Year 2)

Full

Cumulative to initial appointment

Continuing Lecturer (Year 3)

Full

Cumulative to initial appointment

Continuing Lecturer (Year 4)

Abbreviated *

Calendar Year prior to the file submission deadline (e.g., Spring 2014, Summer 2014, and Fall 2014).

Continuing Lecturer (Year 5)

Abbreviated *

Calendar Year prior to the file submission deadline (e.g., Spring 2014, Summer 2014, and Fall 2014).

Continuing Lecturer (Year 6)

Full

Cumulative to initial appointment (six years)

3-year Appointment (Year 1)

None*

 

3-year Appointment (Year 2)

None*

 

3-year Appointment (Year 3)

Full

Cumulative to previous full review (three years)

* Either party (faculty or reviewer) may request that a full review be conducted.

 


 

For  assistance in determining whether a lecturer's evaluation file requires an evaluation at just two levels (the DPC and the Chair) or all three levels (the DPC, the Chair, and the College Dean) please read below.

Now Updated for Spring 2015.

If you are in one of the following categories, you are expected to submit a file for evaluation that will be reviewed by the DPC, Chair, and Dean (see Time Table 1 below).

  • Full-Time Faculty within the first five years of lecturer employment at CSUF^
  • Full-Time and Part-Time Faculty in the sixth year of lecturer employment at CSUF^
  • Full-Time and Part-Time Faculty in the 3rd year of a 3-year contract^
  • Full-Time and Part-Time Faculty applying for a Range Elevation^^

If you fit one of the following descriptions, you are expected to submit a file for evaluation that will be reviewed by just two levels: the DPC and Chair (see Time Table 2 below).

  • Part-Time Faculty within the first five years of employment at CSUF.*

 

^ Refer to the guide to Period of Review chart or consult Department Chair to make sure you understand the actual  period under review that will be covered by your portfolio.

^^ Those applying for a range elevation are expected to submit portfolio materials that emphasize the past five years.

If you are a Full-Time or Part-Time Faculty member in the 1st or 2nd year of a 3-year contract, you will normally not be required to submit a portfolio for evaluation.  Enjoy the respite!

 


 

TimeTable 1

Evaluations of FT Temporary Faculty, Evaluation of FT and PT Temporary Faculty for Eligibility for first 3-year Appointment (i.e., sixth year evaluation), Evaluation of FT and PT Temporary Faculty for subsequent 3-year Appointments, and Evaluations of FT and PT Temporary Faculty eligible to apply for Range Elevation.

DATE

 

March 2

Portfolio due to be submitted to Department Chair or Director

March 16

Department or Division Personnel Committee (DPC) evaluation to be given to the faculty member being reviewed.

March 30

Portfolio forwarded to Department Chair or Director *

April 13

Department Chair’s (or Director’s) evaluation to be given to the faculty member being reviewed.

April 27

Portfolio forwarded to Dean (or equivalent)**

May 18

Dean’s (or equivalent) evaluation to be given to the faculty member being reviewed.

May 25

Dean (or equivalent) forwards recommendation form, evaluations, written responses, & SOQs to Faculty Affairs as appropriate.

June 15

Provost’s decision on range elevation to be given to the faculty member 

September 1

Due date to Faculty Affairs for appealing the denial of a range elevation.

 

* Allow a minimum of 10 days after the DPC evaluation has been given to the faculty member before forwarding portfolio to Chair or Director.

** Allow a minimum of 10 days after the Chair evaluation has been given to the faculty member before forwarding portfolio to Dean, AVP for Student Affairs, or University Librarian.

TimeTable 2

Evaluations of PT Temporary Faculty  who are not being reviewed for three-year appointment or a range elevation.

DATE

 

March 2

Portfolio due to be submitted to Department Chair or Director

March 16

Department or Division Personnel Committee (DPC) evaluation to be given to the faculty member being reviewed.

March 30

Portfolio forwarded to Department Chair or Director *

April 13

Department Chair’s (or Director’s) evaluation to be given to the faculty member being reviewed.

April 27

Evaluations, written responses, and SOQs forwarded to Dean’s or Librarian’s office (if appropriate) for placement in Personnel Action File. **

  * Allow a minimum of 10 days after the DPC evaluation has been given to the faculty member before forwarding portfolio to Chair or Director.

** Allow a minimum of 10 days after the Chair evaluation has been given to the faculty member.