“All of these areas essentially underscore that where there are ill-defined, insufficiently communicated, or inconsistently applied institutional policies, universities invite legal risk.”

What can faculty affairs offices learn from a study of lawsuits regarding tenure denials?

Any academic affairs officer interested in maintaining high standards for equity in their school’s tenure review practices—and in keeping a clear, thorough trail of evidence that they have done so—will want to read this white paper on equity and legal risk in tenure reviews.

Read the paper to find out:
  • which administrative factors most affect the consistency of the tenure process across candidates
  • why tenure denial lawsuits are (or are not) successful
  • what faculty affairs offices can do to better demonstrate equity in tenure reviews
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