TCU Board of Trustees Grants Tenure, Faculty Promotions
By Shelley Hulme for TCU This Week
During the spring meeting of the TCU Board of Trustees meeting last week, the group voted on tenure, promotions and granting emeritus status to faculty members.
Tenure is defined as a “permanence of position.” It’s a multi-faceted process that may take decades for professors to achieve if achieved at all. Requirements for tenure include, but are not limited to, procuring grants, performing leading-edge research, presenting at national and international conferences, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, advising undergraduate students, serving on departmental, college and university committees, as well as professional society committees, and having one’s work published.
Education faculty members promoted to professor are as follows:
Education faculty members granted tenure and promoted to associate professor are as follows: