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Faculty Policies, Procedures AND GUIDELINES

Guidelines for Transition to Retirement for Faculty at Temple University School of Medicine

 

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Temple University School of Medicine Tenure and Promotion Guidelines

 

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Temple University School of Medicine Policy on Conflict of Commitment and Conflict of Interest

 

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An informational session on the various faculty tracks and routes for advancement at TUSM was held on May 4, 2009. To view a PDF version of the Powerpoint presentation from this session, click here.

 

The Faculty Handbook and all University Policies and Procedures relevant to faculty can be accessed via the Vice Provost for Faculty of Temple University at:

 

http://www.temple.edu/vpfaculty

 

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Clinician Educator Track Options Announced

 

The University has approved each of two new options for all faculty members currently holding appointments on the Clinician Educator Track (CET). These are titled the Clinician Scholar (pdf) option and the Clinician Educator (pdf) option.

 

The Clinician Scholar option incorporates all of the parameters that currently apply to all faculty on the CET. For example, promotion for Clinician Scholars includes a requirement for excellence in education and for satisfactory performance in scholarship and in service. Faculty members in this category will have titles that are unchanged from those currently held by all CET faculty.

 

The Clinician Educator option, in contrast, requires excellence in education and satisfactory performance in service but does not require scholarly activity. This option, in addition, carries with it a modified title with the word Clinical embedded in the suffix, for example, Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery.

 

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Research Faculty

 

Faculty appointed as non-tenure track with a primary responsibility to develop and conduct research, are governed by the Temple University School of Medicine policy on Research Faculty Members (pdf).