Ideas in incubation: three possible modifications to traditional tenure policies
Forum on Faculty Roles & Rewards, American Association for Higher Education, 1998 - Education - 33 pages
Examines tenure by objectives (a reconfiguration of the probationary period), post-tenure reviews that focus more on departments than on individual faculty performance, and codification of academic freedom without tenure (including a draft policy by Martin Michaelson).
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