All dossiers are submitted electronically, using Interfolio Review, Promotion and Tenure®, an electronic submission and routing platform. Department administrators are responsible for providing faculty with information on submission of their dossier through this system. The "Interfolio" tab also provides information regarding the Interfolio Review, Promotion and Tenure® system.
The Dossier Preparation Guide (PDF) provides
important information and examples for preparing promotion and tenure dossiers. We highly recommend that you review this document before you begin to compile your dossier.
Additional documents which can be useful in compiling your dossier include:
Presents examples of various levels of accomplishment in the areas of teaching, research, clinical activity, scholarship and service. It is not exclusionary, but is intended to assist faculty, department chairs and promotion committees in matching candidates’ accomplishments to the promotion criteria.
|Outlines the three different promotion series that are available to SOM faculty.|
|Template for faculty to create their CV abstract.|
|Recommendations for faculty CV formatting.|
|Provides information on how to create links for publications to be included in a dossier.|
|Clinical Portfolio Format Guide||Provides suggested formatting for clinicians' portfolios.|
|Teaching Portfolio Format Guide||Provides suggested formatting for teachers' portfolios.|
The table below contains Promotion Matrix Table Templates for each of the areas of accomplishment listed in the Promotion Criteria Matrix. These templates are intended to assist faculty in documenting their areas of excellence and meritorious accomplishments for their promotion dossier. There are separate templates for "excellence" and "meritorious" accomplishments.
|Teaching Excellence||Clinical Excellence||Research Excellence||Service Excellence||Scholarship Excellence|
|Teaching Meritorious||Clinical Meritorious||Research Meritorious||Service Meritorious||Scholarship Meritorious|
In addition, two documents are available that provide information regarding scholarship:
Recommendations to help document “scholarship” as faculty participate in the School’s educational reform process.
|Provides alternative examples of scholarship by Clinician-educators.|