Kate Forhan has served as an accomplished provost, dean, chair, and faculty member at private and public colleges and universities. Now enjoying her status as an emeritus professor, she continues to consult with universities and colleges and to present workshops for academic administrators on a variety of administrative issues. Before retiring she served as provost and vice president at the University of Southern Maine. She has had extensive experience with faculty governance and has given a variety of workshops on academic leadership for national organizations such as the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), among others. During her academic career, she also published scholarly books, book chapters, and articles and presented her research nationally and internationally. Today, in addition to her consulting work, she is an active member of the League of Women Voters and served as a deputy voter registrar, and as an election judge.
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- Discrimination, litigation, and accusations—faculty evaluations can have negative consequences when conducted incorrectly. For deans and department chairs, developing a good faculty evaluation process is crucial to the health of the department and college as a whole. Take steps to ensure you get it right, because well-conducted evaluations don't just avoid problems—they inspire individual faculty and elevate entire departments.
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