Deans Knowledge Base (DKB)

The Deans Knowledge Base (DKB) is a searchable database of resource documents of interest to A&S deans. Included in the database are summaries of ListServ discussions, presentations from conferences and seminars, presidential addresses, white papers, and so forth.  DKB documents are available only to members of CCAS by logging in under Members Only with your personal ID.  
 
The database is organized into categories, and can be searched within categories or by using keywords. Click here for a table of keywords.  Searching works best if you enter a single word rather than a phrase.
 
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Faculty
Promotion before tenure
Deans Listserv, October 2011
Promotion and tenure review, paperless
Deans Listserv, November 2011
Titles for adjunct faculty
Deans Listserv, November 2011
Emeriti faculty, benefits for
Deans ListServ, December 2011
Sabbaticals, reporting after
Deans ListServ, December 2011
Tenure review, paying for outside reviewers
Deans Listserv, January 2012
Teaching professor, title of
Deans Listserv, January 2012
Faculty retention toolkit
ADVANCE, February 2012
Faculty recruitment toolkit
ADVANCE, February 2012
Good practice in tenure evaluation: Advice for tenured faculty, department chairs, and academic administrators
ACE, AAUP, and United Educators Insurance Risk Retention Group, February 2012
Leading for diversity: History, examination, intervention, planning
Trudy Cobb Dennard, J. Blaine Hudson, Lorna Shaw, and Michael R. Stevenson, February 2012
Presentation at 2011 Annual Meeting
Fostering interdisciplinary curricular and faculty development
Timothy D. Johnston, Adelia Williams, Kathleen Moore, and Kristin Sobolik, February 2012
Presentation at 2011 Annual Meeting
Effective strategies for managing disruptive faculty
Larry LaFond, Mike Peddle, Michael B. Brown, and Tina Veale, February 2012
Presentation at 2011 Annual Meeting
Why so few? Women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
Catherine Hill, Christianne Corbett, and Andresse St. Rose, February 2012
Parental leave policies
Deans ListServ, February 2012


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