Review Procedures for Administrators on the Bloomington Campus
B. In the case of deans of the College of Arts and Sciences and of the professional schools reporting to the Provost, Bloomington, the majority of the members of their Review Committees shall be faculty from the unit whose administrator is being reviewed.
C. Where there are units subordinate to the administrator being reviewed, the number of faculty recommended from among the units subordinate to the administrator shall be in rough proportion to the number of faculty in each of the subordinate units.
D. The Bloomington Faculty Council's Nomination Committee shall submit a list of prospective Review Committee faculty members to the Provost. As part of this process, the Nomination Committee shall seek names from the Advisory Committee, Policy Committee, or similar faculty-elected committee (whichever is appropriate) of the unit being reviewed, and from other relevant groups, to be considered for inclusion in the list provided by the Nomination Committee.
E. The Nomination Committee's list shall contain approximately one-third more names than the number of faculty anticipated by the Provost to be on the Review Committee, so as to provide him or her with some choice in appointments to the committee. All faculty appointments to the Review Committee shall be made through the Nomination Committee.
F. In addition to receiving nominations for the Review Committee from the Council, the Provost shall solicit nominations from appropriate representative student groups, as well as from other appropriate non-faculty constituencies.
G. The administrator under review shall not provide any nominations for the Review Committee.
H. Before being made final, the composition of the Review Committee shall be reviewed by the administrator, who may object to any nominee for cause. The Provost shall give appropriate weight to these objections in formulating the Review Committee. The proposed committee then shall be reviewed by the Nomination Committee and submitted by the Provost to the Executive Committee for discussion.
I. The Provost shall select a chair from the membership of the Review Committee or consult with the Nomination Committee about alternatives.
A. Has the administrator worked with appropriate constituencies to set goals and objectives for the unit?
B. To what extent does the administrator facilitate the achievement of these goals?
C. How effectively does the administrator represent and promote the unit to persons outside the unit?
D. How well has the administrator dealt with outside pressures in maintaining the integrity of the unit?
E. How is the unit perceived across the campus and by the state and the nation?
F. How effectively has the administrator implemented the University's Affirmative Action Plan?
G. How effectively has the administrator worked with and implemented policies adopted by relevant faculty governance bodies?
B. Meet (not less than three days later) with the official being reviewed to discuss the draft report. The Review Committee then shall meet with the Provost to submit and discuss its final report.
B. A set of approximately 5 unit-specific questions prepared by the dean's Elected Policy Committee.
C. A place for written comments. The final drafting of all questions shall be done in consultation with the survey Agent to ensure fairness and appropriateness of the questions.
A. In general, it stimulates
B. It allows those most directly affected (i.e., the faculty, students, and staff) to study the administrator's responsibilities and his or her performance in meeting those responsibilities.
Approved: BFC 3/23/99, 3/20/01, 12/1/09,
On 03/26/2019 the BFC Executive Committee approved changes to the policy to update the names of school and offices, as well as change references from the Agenda Committee to the Executive Committee.