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A Bird’s Eye View of a Dossier: A Panel Discussion

Friday, June 17, 2022
11:30 am–12:45 pm
Online Event

The panel will cover dossier submission from the Department Chair through  to the Department Personnel Committee (DPC), Tenure and Promotion  Review Committee (TPRC). Members of the panel will include faculty who  have served on Department Personnel Committees (DPCs), Tenure and  Promotion Review Committees (TPRCs), and as Department Chairs. The  panel will also include a College Dean and the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Personnel. Panelists will present perspectives from respective  positions along the path of the dossier process and participants will have  opportunities to ask questions. 

This series is for Mānoa faculty who are preparing for contract renewal, promotion and tenure:

  • Junior faculty working on a dossier with plans to submit
  • New faculty wanting orientation to the dossier process
  • Associate faculty considering full rank

Presented by

Wei Zhang, Sociology, Department Chair
Teresa Bill, Faculty Specialist and Program Coordinator, Bridge to Hope, DPC
Brian Huffman, Librarian, William S. Richardson School of Law, DPC
Alison Sherwood, Interim Associate Dean, College of Natural Sciences
Vernadette Gonzalez, American Studies, TPRC Member
Noelani Goodyear-Kā’opua, Interim Assistant Vice-Provost for Academic Personnel
Kathie Kane, Director, Office of Faculty Development & Academic Support (moderator)

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