Engagement in the Process of Annual Evaluations and P&T

As of the 2016-17 AY, community-based activities are included in the Faculty Academic Information Reporting (FAIR) system. To review the latest inclusions to FAU’s FAIR definitions, see:  FAIR Definitions 2016

Processes designed to collect and report community-based activities through Faculty Annual Evaluation, sponsored research submissions, undergraduate and graduate student research activities, and program assessment are being explored and are in various stages of implementation.  

The UFS Community Engagement Committee (UFS CE-C) is working to identify and explore practices utilized by other SUS and identified peer institutions in order to incorporate community-based activities into FAU’s P&T criteria and process. 

The UFS CE-C (comprised of a faculty representative from each of the nine academic colleges and the libraries) is also exploring other opportunities to encourage and reward faculty-generated engaged activities in order to enhance and expand the culture of engagement at FAU. 

UFS CE-C membership for the 2016-17 AY


Wendy Hinshaw Arts and Letters
Pierre Alexandre Business
Gail Chewning Design and Social Inquiry
Susannah Brown Education
Homayoon (Amir) Abtahi Engineering
Timothy Steigenga Honors College
Aaron Kula Libraries
TBA Medicine
Lynne Dunphy Nursing
James Masterson Science

 Last Modified 11/9/16