From promotion and tenure to Interfolio, explore resources for faculty at Purdue University Northwest.
COVID FAQs for the Classroom
Faculty, find answers to frequently asked questions about teaching at PNW as we look forward to welcoming faculty and students back to campus this fall.
Faculty Promotion and Tenure
See official policies for granting academic promotion and tenure at Purdue University Northwest.
Interfolio is PNW’s enterprise-wide digital solution for faculty review, tenure and promotion.
Opportunities for Faculty Recognition
|Promotion and Tenure||The promotion and tenure process is a reflection of a faculty member's entire academic career at PNW. Review toward progress is conducted annually; guidelines are universal for PNW.||Final packets due in early fall|
|Faculty Annual Review||The annual review process is a reflection of a faculty member's performance over the previous calendar year (January-December) and is used in consideration for merit-based increases; guidelines are specific to each college within PNW and should include contributions to instruction, discovery, and engagement; review is performed by department chair or immediate academic unit head.||Materials submitted in mid-March|
|Teaching Portfolio||The teaching portfolio is a section of the Faculty Annual Review and is submitted as the material that informs the evaluation of the element of instruction for the annual review.||Course evaluations made available in early January; materials submitted with annual review materials in mid-March|
|TIP Award||Recognizes and incentivizes contributions to PNW in "Teaching Quality & Effectiveness and Continuing Commitment to and Innovation in Instruction; guidelines are universal to PNW; the process is voluntary; recipients receive an increase in base salary at the start of the following fiscal year; recipients may apply for another TIP award five years after the date of the most recent TIP award.||Program announced in early December by Chancellor|
Academic Integrity Policy
See the policy and procedures for appeals of alleged academic dishonesty.
Acceptable Use of IT Resources and Information Assets
See the guidelines governing acceptable use of Purdue information assets and IT resources.
Classroom Disruption Policy
Maintaining the rights of faculty to teach and students to learn requires conditions that do not impede the learning process.
See policies and regulation for the usage of official university email accounts.
Recognizing signs of psychological or emotional distress and knowing how to respond effectively can help you advocate for students.
Free Speech and Open Expression Policy
See guidelines that facilitate robust debate and the free exchange of ideas at Purdue University Northwest
Grade Appeals Policy
See the official procedures for student grade appeals at PNW.
Grief Absence Policy for Students
See the rights for students facing the loss of a family member.
Military Service Excusal Policy
See the rights for students required by their military contract to attend mandatory training
Student Code of Conduct
See the regulations governing student conduct, disciplinary proceedings and appeals.