(MUPIM 12.6/OAC 3339-12-06)
In each division, a divisional faculty committee for evaluation of administrators will review all department chairs, and directors of academic programs in years three (3) and five (5) of their five-year administrative appointments. Divisions may decide to conduct more frequent reviews; departments and programs may ask divisions to conduct more frequent reviews. The divisional faculty committee for evaluation of administrators will consist of three to nine (3-9) faculty elected by faculty of the division with election procedures approved by the University Senate. The divisional faculty committee for evaluation of administrators will seek evaluations from faculty represented by the administrative unit and will prepare an evaluation report to be submitted to the dean. Committee reports are intended to serve two functions: a) to guide the professional development of the individuals, and b) to record part of the evidence upon which future personnel decisions may be based.
The provisions outlined above regarding the evaluation questionnaires and the committee reports apply to the evaluations conducted by Divisional Committees for Evaluation of Administrators, except that the Divisional Committees do not interact with committees established to evaluate the academic deans or Provost.