Standard Burrell CV Template (suggested format, not mandatory for use in portfolio)
|2022-2023 Promotions Cycle Timeline|
|Monday, September 12, 2022||Dean announces the timeline for the academic year||N/A|
|Monday, October 3, 2022||Statement of Intent||Letter to Department Chair (on paper and electronically)|
|Monday, October 10, 2022||Confirmation of Intent from the Departments Chair to the A & P Chair and instructions provided||Electronic communication from A & P Chair to the candidate and Department Chair|
|Monday, November 7, 2022||Candidate(s) provides a list of 3-5 potential external reviewers||Electronic communication to A & P Chair, including names and complete contact information (Name, rank, institution, mailing address, office, and cell phone numbers)|
|Monday, December 12, 2022||Portfolio due to Department Chair||One paper copy in three-ring binders plus electronic version as a single PDF file with bookmarks|
|Monday, January 9, 2023||Portfolio due to the A & P committee||One paper copy in three-ring binders plus electronic version as a single PDF file with bookmarks|
|Friday, January 13, 2023*||Portfolio due to the External Reviewers||Electronic version as a single PDF file with bookmarks (secure sight for review)|
|Monday, February 20, 2023||Portfolio review due to the A & P
Committee from the External Reviewers
|Monday, March 27, 2023||A & P Candidate(s) report due to the Dean|
|Monday, April 24, 2023||Final determination by Dean||Letter from the Dean to the candidate(s)|
|Friday, May 6, 2023*||Appeal (if applicable)|
|Monday, June 12, 2023||Final decision by President||Letter to the President (on paper and electronically)|
|Saturday, July 1, 2023*||Promotions granted effective||N/A|
*All dates fall on a Monday unless otherwise noted
PDF Version of Schedule
Helpful links and resources for building your portfolio:
- Includes worksheets to help faculty evaluate and display excellence across multiple educator domains
- Provides a sample portfolio and evaluator assessment guide.
- In this recorded presentation, University of New Mexico faculty share advice for preparing a promotion and tenure dossier.
- By Hannelore B. Rodriguez-Farrar
- A resource to help faculty document their teaching achievements and progress over time
- Also provides a guide on writing a personal teaching philosophy and CV
- by Gabriela A. Montell
- by James M. Lang
- Step-by-step resource including documenting teaching responsibilities, writing a teaching statement, selecting sample teaching materials for dossier, and highlighting teaching effectiveness.
- Includes a helpful reading list on teaching portfolios
For any questions on the current promotions cycle, please contact the Chair of the Appointment and Promotions Committee, Dr. Scott Cyrus, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For faculty support or questions regarding faculty resources, please contact Faculty Affairs, email@example.com.