CONTINUING CONVERSATIONS

Tenure and Promotion


Desperately Seeking Tenure
Controversies, concerns, and consensus
By Scott Lilienfeld, December 2003/January 2004

Tenure in the Medical School
What is it, and what does it mean?
By Scott Lilienfeld, December 2003/January 2004

Peer Review and the Public
The thorny question of post-tenure review
By Mark Bauerlein, December 2003/January 2004

Exploring Tenure and Research at Emory
A view from the inside
By Claire E. Sterk, December 2003/January 2004

Teaching and Tenure
Conceptions and misconceptions at Emory
By Robert McCauley, December 2003/January 2004

“Collegiality” a Criterion for Tenure?
Why it's not all politics
By Ann Hartle, December 2003/January 2004

Faculty Gender Equity at Emory
PCSW study finds both fairness and imbalances
By Daniel Teodorescu, October/November 2002

The Value of Children
Should the university partner with parenting faculty?
By Carol J. Rowland Hogue, September 2002

Staying Power
Challenges in faculty recruitment and retention at Emory
By Amy Benson Brown, September 2002

Conflict in the Academic Life
A lover's complaint
By Pamela Hall, October / November 2001

Springing Forward
A response to the ongoing debates on the future of the arts and sciences
By Alex Hicks, October / November 2001

Reconciliation
The problem of defining Emory's most elusive year
By Amy Benson Brown, December 2000 / January 2001

At a Crossroads
The future of graduate education at Emory
By Amy Benson Brown, September / October 2000

Making Art and Making Tenure
from Taking Center Stage, The Role of the Performing Arts in Emory's Intellectual Culture
By Allison O. Adams, April / May 2000

Tenure and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Change is inevitable
By Vicki Hertzberg, October/November 1999

Resources, Risk, and Reward
Getting what you need as a faculty member
By Allison O. Adams, September 1999

Stopping the Tenure Clock for Emory's Junior Faculty
Would family-friendly delays of tenure be fair to all?
By Allison O. Adams, March / April 1999