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Tenure & Promotion

The Faculty Center for Innovative Teaching and Professional Development holds annual Tenure and Promotion Information Sessions for faculty coming up for tenure and/or promotion.

The Tenure and Promotion Information Session is geared to full-time tenure-track faculty (Seidenberg, Dyson, College of Health Professions, Lubin, and the School of Education) applying for tenure and promotion. In addition, the workshop is also geared toward tenured, full-time faculty wishing to apply for promotion.

Here is a recording of the Tenure and Promotion Information Session Webinar and a copy of the presentation (PDF) from the webinar.

Please submit any questions you have to Ally Kimmel or Joan Walker.

School Representatives

Faculty who are intending to go up for Tenure and/or Promotion need to contact their School Representatives and submit a Letter of Intent to them with a copy to the Dean Office. Below is the contact information:

Debbie Sassano
College of Health Professions
Phone: (914) 773-3342

Lisa Faillace
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
Phone: (914) 773-3574

Jenifer Lee-Lecky
Lubin School of Business
Phone: (212) 618-6602

Greni Francisco
Seidenberg School of CSIS
Phone: (914) 773-3662

Liz Luongo
School of Education
Phone: (914) 773-3829

Interfolio for TAP

Interfolio is a platform Pace University uses for Tenure and/or Promotion (TAP).

The Tenure and Promotion committees review dossiers on Interfolio. Paper dossiers are no longer required unless specified by your Dean. Guidelines for dossier preparation can be found on the Provost’s Page on the Pace University Website. 

Formatting guidelines for Dossier for TAP:

  • Heading on each page: Last name, First initial top right corner
  • Font: Times New Roman
  • Font size: 11 PT
  • Spacing: 1.5 lines
  • Page margins: 1 inch all around

Markers of Excellence

Tenure and promotion are significant transitions in a faculty member’s career. It is critical that the accomplishments of a candidate be properly described in the tenure and promotion dossier. A well-prepared dossier is very helpful to dossier evaluators in order to make informed tenure and promotion decisions. These guidelines are intended to help faculty, chairs, and deans get a clear idea of their roles and responsibilities for the preparation of tenure and/or promotion dossiers. They describe the evaluation process and clarify general university-level expectations. These expectations are interpreted in each school and department using the markers of excellence. (These Markers of Excellence can be obtained by contacting Department Chair or School Dean, they are also available in Policy and Forms on the Provost website.)