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Administrative and Professional Faculty Evaluations Process Update

This video highlights the task force report for the Administrative and Professional Faculty Evaluations Process:

 

 

 

Questions? Please email facdevprocess@vccs.edu

Charge of the Task Force

 

To re-establish the VCCS Administrative and Professional Faculty Evaluation Policy and to develop an improved process that will create an environment for administrative and professional faculty that promotes high performance and continuous improvement resulting in a world-class faculty and the delivery of world-class services to our students.  The process will produce standards to be applied by individual VCCS colleges in the establishment of evaluation plans for administrative and professional faculty.

To identify strategies, actions, programs, and policies that will enable the VCCS to meet the standards of a world-class community college system and the goals of our strategic plan(s).

Acknowledgements & Task Force Membership

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The VCCS Administrative and Professional Faculty Development, Evaluation, and Recognition Model Plan represents an important milestone on the journey of Virginia’s Community Colleges to enhance student success by recruiting, hiring, retaining, and rewarding administrative and professional faculty who bring excellence to colleges and classrooms. Since 2011, hundreds of faculty, administrators, and staff have contributed to re-engineering the faculty evaluation system in order that it may more explicitly focus on faculty ownership of high standards, continuous improvement, and recognition and reward.

The process began with the formation of a task force chaired by Dr. Ty Corbin, Dean of Educational Support Services, J. Sargeant Reynolds, and Dr. Chris Lee, VCCS Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resource Services. The task force, comprised of a cross section of administrative and professional faculty, and Human Resources professionals from across Virginia’s Community Colleges, consulted internal and external experts as they vetted ideas for a new evaluation system. The Chancellor’s Faculty Advisory Committee, the Council of Deans and Directors, the Academic and Student Affairs Council, the Advisory Council of Presidents, and the VCCS Re-engineering Task Force supported the process by offering ideas and insights in open forums around the state, through their responses to rough drafts and surveys, and by their patience and trust in the process. The new Administrative and Professional Faculty Development, Evaluation, and Recognition System represents the best thinking and most generous intentions of those who serve Virginia’s Community Colleges.

Special recognition is due to the members of the Model Plan Committee who shepherded the Model Plan through dozens of drafts. Dr. Marleen McCabe (NOVA), Dr. Patrick Tompkins (TNC), Dr. Rhonda Myers (NOVA); Mr. Ray Burton (JSR); and Ms. Christina Rupsch (TCC) authored substantial parts of the Model Plan, while the task force members lent invaluable support from ideation through emendation.

VCCS Chancellor Glenn DuBois charged the Administrative and Professional Faculty Evaluation Taskforce with undertaking a comprehensive revision of faculty evaluation in the VCCS to better align faculty performance with student success, but whatever benefits are found in the new system, the Model Plan, and the effect of both on improved service to the students of Virginia’s Community Colleges will be due to the administrative and professional faculty who take ownership of these instruments designed by people to serve people.


TASK FORCE MEMBERSHIP

Dr. Ty Corbin, Dean of Educational Support Services, Task Force Chair, JSRCC
Dr. Donna Alexander, Vice President for Instruction, RCC
Mr. Raymond Burton, Dean of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at JSRCC
Dr. Hara Charlier, Vice President for Instruction, VHCC
Ms. Charlotte Calobrisi, Dean, Division of Languages and Literature, NVCC
Mr. Frank Dunn, Executive Vice President, TCC
Dr. Michelle Edmonds, Dean of Nursing and Health Technology, SVCC
Ms. Susan Grinnan, Associate Vice President for Human Resources, JTCC
Dr. Greg Hodges, Dean of Academic Success and College Transfer, PHCC
Dr. Kathy Hudson, Dean of Health & Life Sciences, PVCC
Ms. Kerry Kilpatrick, Librarian, LFCC
Dr. Jim Lemons, Dean of Business and Allied Health, CVCC
Dr. Marleen McCabe, Strategic Planning and Policy Manager, NVCC
Dr. Rhonda Myers, Coordinator for Student Success, NVCC
Mr. Stephen Parker, Vice President for Finance, PVCC
Mr. Joel Rudy, Librarian, VHCC
Ms. Christina Rupsch, Director of Visual Arts Center, TCC
Dr. Patrick Tompkins, Dean of Communications, Humanities, and Social Sciences, TNCC
Dr. David J. Urso, Dean of Life Sciences & Human Services, BRCC
Dr. Johanna Weiss, Dean of Mathematics, Natural and Behavioral Sciences, JTCC
Mr. Paul Weitzel, Associate Professor of Accounting, ESCC
Dr. Kris Westover, Vice President for Instruction, PHCC
Ex-Officio:
Dr. Ed White, Retired Dean, Danville Community College
Dr. Christopher D. Lee, Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources, VCCS

Policy & Supporting Documentation

VCCS Model Plan & Forms

Communications & Training

System-wide Informational Webinar – Date TBD (late March/early April, 2016)

Face-to-Face Training – Date and Location  TBD (late April/early May, 2016)