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Comprehensive Performance Evaluation

In accordance with Regents' Rule 31102 and Texas Education Code Section 51.942, the University must conduct annual reviews of all tenured faculty, as well as comprehensive periodic evaluations of all tenured faculty (no less often than every six years). Annual reviews and comprehensive periodic evaluations of tenured faculty should focus primarily on individual merit relative to the performance of assigned duties.

The policy states that the annual and comprehensive review dossier shall include:

  1. the faculty member's current and complete curriculum vitae;
  2. a report of professional accomplishments for the immediately preceding academic year or the previous five years for the comprehensive review, including evidence of all professional activity, for example, teaching, advising, student research supervision, research, publication, creative activities, service and/or any other relevant activity;
  3. summary reports for all Student Feedback Surveys for organized courses taught during the immediately preceding academic year. Please include copies of all Student Feedback Surveys for the review period under Supporting Materials for Teaching in Dossier Section D; and
  4. copies of any peer evaluations of teaching (if available).

In addition, the faculty member may provide a statement of professional goals, a proposed professional development plan, and any other additional materials deemed appropriate.

In addition to the official excel form, we recommend that the faculty member under review use these forms for the compilation of the Comprehensive Review Dossier.

Please consult the full HOP Policy 6-725 concerning Comprehensive Periodic Review.

Comprehensive Performance Evaluation (CPE) Documents - Post-Tenure


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