Library Faculty and Professionals Assembly, Library Committee on Promotion and Tenure

The Committee on Promotion and Tenure (LCPT) is the committee required by Faculty Senate Rules and Regulations 6.1.1. It shall review the qualifications and performance of all members of the Library Faculty who are to be considered for promotion, award of tenure, or non-reappointment, and make recommendation to the University Committee on Promotions and Tenure in accordance with the guidelines accepted by the University of Kansas for granting promotions and tenure for librarians. Its recommendations, together with those of the Dean of Libraries, shall be forwarded to the Office of the Provost for consideration by the University Committee on Promotions and Tenure.

The Committee shall review annually the criteria established by the University Libraries in accordance with the aforesaid guidelines and recommend to the Library Faculty and Professionals Assembly revisions of these criteria, as necessary. It shall also recommend the procedures used for the preparation of dossiers for librarians under consideration for promotion and/or tenure and shall present its recommendations to the Library Faculty and Professionals Assembly for approval.

The first meeting of the Committee each year shall be called by the Library Faculty and Professionals Assembly Executive Committee no later than the first week of August; the first order of business shall be to select a presiding officer and a recording secretary.

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