Each year, the UNC School of Medicine Standing Committees’ election process offers faculty the opportunity to participate in medical school governance by serving on a committee as a faculty representative or by voting for their peers.
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About the Fixed Term Promotions Committee
The committee consists of twelve full-time faculty who meet regularly and primarily review the promotions of Fixed Term Faculty in the School of Medicine to both Associate Professor and Full Professor.
About the Promotions to Associate Professor Committee
The Committee consists of nine full-time, tenured faculty members who serve as voting members. The Committee meets regularly and primarily reviews Initial appointments, reappointments, and promotions of Assistant Professors to Associate Professors (conferring tenure).
UNC School of Medicine Standing Committees
The Standing Committees of the School of Medicine assist and advise the Dean in the areas of education, research, health care, and administration.
Other committees currently at the UNC School of Medicine include:
- Admissions Committee
- Education Committee
- Student Progress Committee
- Committee to Review Appointments and Promotions to Associate Professor (Tenure Track)
- Committee to Review Appointments and Promotions to Full Professor (Tenured)
- Committee to Review Promotions of Fixed Term Faculty
- Post-Tenure Review Committee
A full description of the UNC School of Medicine’s Standing Committees is available in the Constitution and Bylaws (available online; see Bylaws, Article II and III).