GMU's Alternate Paths to Tenure Reward Teaching
Until recently, George Mason University's tenure requirements were typical of most research institutions: research was the primary activity; teaching and service, though important, were secondary. Over the past six years, GMU has created new paths to tenure that recognize the different types of contributions that faculty can make to the university.
- Taking a Holistic View of Student Retention
- Parting Shot - 'Assessmania' and 'Bureaupathology' in Higher Education
- GMU's Alternate Paths to Tenure Reward Teaching
- Setting Academic Priorities, Identifying Signature Programs
- Assessment Methods Should Match Institutional Goals
- Forging a Partnership with Your Assistant