Addressing Issues of Collegiality in Faculty Evaluation
Two concerns are often raised when department chairs attempt to address breaches of collegiality through the faculty evaluation process. The first is whether they’re permitted to do so at all, since very few faculty handbooks list collegiality as a criterion for reviews. The second is whether evaluation is an effective means of dealing with these challenges, since collegiality is often regarded as something highly subjective and not measurable or verifiable in any consistent way. The first of these concerns can be dealt with rather quickly, while the second will require a much more extended discussion.
- The Dean’s Eight Compass Points to Navigate College Collegiality
- Addressing Issues of Collegiality in Faculty Evaluation
- The Unique Role of Collegiality in Higher Education
- Researching Collegiality: Can We All Get Along?