PTRM Workshop

The Promotion, Tenure, Reappointment, and Merit (PTRM) Workshop provides an opportunity for faculty to hear updates from the Provost and UPTRM Committee chair and engage in discussion about PTRM policies and procedures.

Annual Spring Promotion and Tenure Workshop

Friday, April 30, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

The goal of the Promotion, Tenure, Reappointment, and Merit (PTRM) process is evaluative, but it also is an important part of the faculty development process. This annual workshop provides the opportunity to pause & reflect on processes, look for ways to enhance clarity, and identify reasons to facilitate career span faculty development.





10:00 a.m. Provost’s Report and Q&A
Melanie L. Perreault, Provost & Executive VP for Academic and Student Affairs
10:20 a.m. UPTRM Committee Report and Q&A Jaye Knutson, Professor and UPTRM Committee Chair
10:40 a.m. Provost’s Merit Proposal and Q&A Melanie L. Perreault, Provost & Executive VP for Academic and Student Affairs
11:25 a.m. Electronic PTRM Process Update Maggie Reitz, Vice Provost
11:30 a.m. Concludes   

Upon completion of the workshop, all attendees will be sent a certificate of attendance, as outlined in the current ART Document (3-36).

“ Because the goal of the faculty evaluation process is to enhance student learning and to address the mission and vision of the University, college and/or department, the University shall maintain a foundation of resources to support the faculty in its evaluation role, both as individuals and the evaluation structure. ”

TU Policy on Appointment, Rank, and Tenure of Faculty (3-36)


Spring 2019 PTRM Workshop

Spring 2018 PTRM Workshop