Academic Council Follow-Up, Fall 2018 Please complete the following survey by noon on Friday, October 26. 1. Which of the following do you favor for a campus policy on the consequence of applying for early tenure and being denied tenure?A faculty member can apply only once. If denied, the faculty member will separate from the university after serving out a terminal year.A faculty member can apply each year after the initial year, with the final application in year six of the probationary period.A faculty member can apply twice only if the faculty member withdraws the first application before the provost recommends for or against and forwards the recommendation to the chancellor.2. Should we propose eliminating the annual tenured faculty vote on tenure-track faculty retention and replace it with a vote being taken only during the year in which the tenure-track faculty member undergoes Enhanced Tenure-Track Review (ETTR)?YesNo3. Should the Office of the Provost undertake a publicity campaign to inform faculty that the current rating of “meets expectations” does not mean that the faculty member’s performance is average but rather that it meets an expectation for excellence?YesNo4. Should the Office of the Provost make a public statement that faculty members who meet expectations are eligible for merit increases, when available, and remind responsible administrators of this policy during the period when merit increases are being assigned to faculty?YesNoHow can the Office of the Provost help department heads be more effective in carrying out Annual Performance and Planning Reviews?Please share any other suggestions that came out of the Academic Council Meeting on October 18th.