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April 6, 202 12-1p.m. COAP Open Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
svandessel@wpi.edu
21:44
can advocate and nominator be co-PI on a projects/ co-author on publications, etc?
Suzanne Scarlata
23:36
Yes, their function is to present the case and inform the committee about what factors are specific to their particular field.
svandessel@wpi.edu
27:32
Can teaching portfolio include WPI and non-WPI teaching?
Suzanne Scarlata
27:53
Should the scholarly articles be mainly from the time after tenure?
sji@WPI.EDU
28:03
Peers: do they need to be full professors or associate professors?
Rajib Mallick
28:53
please keep sending your questions - I am compiling them, thanks!
Jennifer McWeeny
29:58
For the service component, what is the balance expected between professional service (outside WPI) and service to WPI?
Jennifer McWeeny
30:29
Is there a difference between research and scholarship? Or are these the same thing according to the criteria?
svandessel@wpi.edu
32:12
High quality scholarship: I assume in addition to publications and grants this can also include other creative work - including for example built work, etc.?
sji@WPI.EDU
33:10
A dumb question, what is an associate review letter?
Jose Arguello
33:54
How are the external peer reviewers selected? Are they suggested by the nominator? When is the list provided?
Suzanne Weekes
34:43
What would be some significant indicators that would suggest that a candidate could be ready for successful promotion to full professor 3 years after promotion to associate rather than waiting 5 years? Maybe a better version of this question is from your experience when might you recommend someone wait those 2 extra years (go up after five rather than three yrs after getting to Associate) for promotion?
kbilliar@WPI.EDU
36:24
Should the External Reviewers already agree to write a letter before giving their names in a list to Penn?
sji@WPI.EDU
38:37
Who provides the names of the external reviewers?
kmoncrief@wpi.edu
44:32
How does the nominator identify external reviewers?
Luca Capogna
44:55
what is the deadline for the letter by the nominator to COAP (the full nomination, not the short e-mail)?
sji@WPI.EDU
45:18
Can we provided updated info after June 15th deadline? For example, grant funding info, etc.
Jennifer McWeeny
57:13
Will you make this slide presentation available to us?
kmoncrief@wpi.edu
01:01:09
People in the humanities do research as well
Jennifer McWeeny
01:01:29
We do a lot of research in the Humanities.
Aarti Madan
01:01:39
The humanities and arts most definitely require research.
kmoncrief@wpi.edu
01:03:23
Scholarship is a helpful term in that it is broader; one might refer to “creative scholarship,” for instance (poetry publication, theatrical directing, design, dramaturgy, musical composition, or performance, etc)
kmoncrief@wpi.edu
01:03:48
Many in the humanities research in the archives, in the field, in labs
Kris Boudreau
01:08:43
Thanks, Pam and all of you on COAP!
Scott Jiusto
01:08:49
Thank you - excellent session!
Liz Ryder
01:08:55
thank you!
Craig Shue
01:08:56
Indeed. Thanks!
Suzanne Weekes
01:09:00
Thanks, COAP!
sji@WPI.EDU
01:09:02
Thanks. Have to leave for teaching now.
Luca Capogna
01:09:04
thank you!
Bengisu Tulu
01:09:12
Thanks!
Susan Zhou
01:09:22
Thank you!
Nima Rahbar
01:12:54
Thanks.