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This comprehensive book focuses squarely on academic portfolios, which may prove to be the most innovative and promising faculty evaluation and development technique in years. The authors identify key issues, red flag warnings, and benchmarks for success, describing the what, why, and how of developing academic portfolios. The book includes an extensively tested step-by-step approach to creating portfolios and lists 21 possible portfolio items covering teaching, research/scholarship, and service from which faculty can choose the ones most relevant to them.
The thrust of this book is unique:
Designed for faculty members, department chairs, deans, and members of promotion and tenure committees, all of whom are essential partners in developing successful academic portfolio programs, the book will also be useful to graduate students, especially those planning careers as faculty members.
About the Authors.
About the Contributors.
1. The Academic Portfolio Concept.
2. Choosing Items for the Academic Portfolio.
3. Preparing the Portfolio.
4. Suggestions for Improving the Portfolio.
5. Evaluating the Portfolio for Personnel Decisions.
6. Answers to Common Questions .
7. Sample Portfolios from Across Disciplines.
Biomedical Engineering (Timothy M. Wick).
Bioscience and Biotechnology (Shivanthi Anandan).
Child and Family Studies (Lynda Henley Walters).
Education (Robert M. Maninger and Clement A. Seldin).
English (John Zubizarreta).
Environmental Engineering (Charles N. Haas).
Foreign Languages and Literature (Sheri Spaine Long).
Geology and Environmental Science (Ranjan S. Muttiah).
Jazz and Contemporary Music (Reginald Workman).
Mathematical Sciences (Lisa A. Oberbroeckling).
Nutritional Sciences (Gina Jarman Hill).
Pastoral Counseling (Kelly Murray).
Pediatric Emergency Medicine (Annalise Sorrentino).
Political Science (Carrie Liu Currier and Marlene K. Sokolon).
Product Design (Robert Kirkbride).
Psychology (Pamela A. Geller).