Open Access Tenure: Quickly, Quickly…
I’m in the midst of two manuscripts, spring teaching, conferences, and all of my other usual nonsense, so just a quick but important update.
I got the results of my campus tenure vote and I PASSED. Of the people voting for me, no one voted no on my dossier at the campus level. Couple of absence/abstention so I can’t say unanimous but I’ll take an overwhelming majority and no one against.
So I’m done now, right? [Question I have answered a lot of times now.]
Currently my dossier is with the Provost, who has to agree to sign off on it. Then it goes to the Chancellor, same deal. Then, sometimes on July 12-13, the Board of Trustees will review the cases for this year and sign off on them (or not). So, four more months. Not that I’m watching the calendar like a hawk or anything.
In between all of the other deadlines bleeding all over my desk.
But if you were curious if a campus P&T would approve an Open Access focused dossier, where I explicitly stated in my paperwork that this was my goal, then the answer is yes.