CUIMC Curriculum Vitae, Promotion, and Tenure
The Department of Pediatrics has had a 100 percent success rate for promotion. Assistance preparing the promotion packet is available to ensure that faculty member’s academic contributions are clearly presented.
CUIMC Curriculum Vitae
Faculty should regularly maintain their CUIMC curriculum vitae (CV). CVs need to be in the CUIMC CV format when applying for promotion and/or tenure. It is also useful to keep up your CV so to provide if you are seeking a leadership position in a professional society or joining a local committee. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Department of Pediatrics CUIMC CV Template. Faculty are encouraged to attend "Mastering the CUIMC CV," which is offered annually as part of the Foundations for Building a Career in Academic Medicine seminar series.
Considering Evaluative Evidence, Scholarly Products
Evaluative evidence demonstrates your contributions to your field, and is needed for promotion. Scholarly products are evaluative evidence that are peer reviewed and in the public domain. Three to five scholarly products are required for promotion. Resources regarding promotion can be found on the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons Academic Affairs website. Faculty are encouraged to attend "Establishing Evaluative Evidence and Scholarly Products for Assistant/Associate Professors," which is offered annually as part of the Foundations for Building a Career in Academic Medicine seminar series.
Dossier for Promotion
- Letter nominating faculty member for promotion from Division Director
- Personal Statement
- Three to five scholarly products
- Teaching evaluations across the spectrum of learners including students, peers, community
- Optional letters from mentees (case-by-case)
- Optional appendix of evaluative evidence not in the public domain or not yet published (e.g. QI projects, curriculum, conference schedules that nominee organized, workshops)
Tenure Interim Review Process
The interim review process is conducted at four years for all faculty on the tenure track and again at eight years for those faculty on an extended tenure clock. The interim review process aims to provide faculty with feedback on their trajectory and to identify potential gaps and challenges. The interim review committee meets with the faculty member to conduct the review and is intended to be friendly and provide constructive feedback and advocacy for the faculty member.
The department’s interim review committee solicits candidate’s documents.
The interim review committee may seek informal external review from individuals within CU or from another peer institution to assess the candidate’s trajectory towards tenure.
Please visit our Tenure FAQ page for more information about the tenure process.