Promotion & Tenure Requests
Requests for Promotion and Tenure for 2021 must be submitted by Monday, Sept. 27, 2021 by 4:30pm. This is a firm deadline for your electronic packet submission and the electronic system can be found at https://PromotionTenure.uams.edu.
You can also stop by the office in the Central Building Room 4D40 to review successful P&T packets anytime Monday through Friday from 8 am – 4:30 pm.
Also contact K. Donte’ Stephens @ KDStephens@uams.edu in the Faculty Center Office if you have any questions regarding the P&T process.
2021 Promotion & Tenure Forum
The goals of this forum are to provide participants:
• with an overview of the P&T process and expectations,
• answers to general questions regarding P&T,
• and the opportunity to discuss pathway specific concerns in a small group breakout setting.
Recommended for ALL Faculty applying for promotion and/or tenure in the fall of 2021.
Helpful P&T Links and Documents
Browse through helpful promotion and tenure links, as well as academic pathway specific worksheets to help understand the criteria required for academic for faculty appointments.Browse the available P&T resources
Promotion & Tenure Guidelines
The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for faculty development to all college of medicine faculty members, including department chairs, by defining the criteria for promotion at a given rank and for granting tenure.Download the P&T Guidelines
P & T Database Training
Promotion & Tenure packets are assembled electronically via UAMS’ internal P&T database. Learn how to build a successful e-P&T packet. This training is recommended for faculty members going up for promotion and/or tenure.Sign Up for Training Today
COM P & T Committee
Get to know your promotion and tenure committee members. Also gain insight on how the committee members are chosen and conduct the operations of the committee.Get to know the Committee
Covid-19 One Year Tenure Extension
Given the extraordinary challenges that the ongoing Covid-19 emergency has created for research and teaching activities, President Bobbitt has approved a one-year extension of the probationary period for every pre-tenured faculty member who is in the first 5 years of their probationary period. This extension incorporates, and does not add to, any extensions that have already been applied for under Board of Trustees Policy 405.1.IV.A.4 during the current academic year.
Any additional extensions for currently serving, pre-tenured faculty will be considered rare and will be considered on a case by case basis.
This action is subject to all other provisions of Board Policy 405.1 and other applicable University policies.
Please note this one-year tenure extension applies to faculty members already employed and on a tenure track at the time of the announcement (March 30, 2020).