Tenure Policy Change on ULS Board Agenda

A revision to the rules concerning tenure is on the agenda of this Friday’s meeting of the University of Louisiana System (ULS) Board of Supervisors.

See the agenda here.

5. University of Louisiana System’s request for approval of revisions to Board Rule Chapter III. Faculty and Staff, Section XI. Tenure; and Board Rule Chapter III. Faculty and Staff, Section XV. Termination in association with proposed changes to Policy and Procedures Memorandum (PPM) Academic Program Reduction and/or Discontinuance, FS-III.XV.B-1a.

Here are the present rules and policies.

Section XI. Tenure

Section XV. Termination

Program Discontinuance

4 Responses to “Tenure Policy Change on ULS Board Agenda”

  1. Fed up Fed Says:

    Mr. Abbott—Thank you for writing about such things as tenure in our University System. I enjoyed the articles you have posted, but more importantly, I would not have had the opportunity to read ANYTHING about the tenure issue had I not read it in your blog. Thanks again for writing about things of interest to the general public. Have a good day.

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