- Each dean is responsible for submitting evaluations of C/Is assigned to his/her college.
- Evaluations should focus on the mission and stated objectives of the C/I.
- The C/I should demonstrate how it adds value to the State, if applicable, and to the University that cannot be provided at the college,department, or division level.
- The following are suggested items that the evaluator may consider, as they apply to individual C/Is. Items for review are not limited to this list:
- Funded/proposed training grants in area of focus
- Funded/proposed program project grants in area of focus
- Investment of C/I funds in generating pilot data for grants
- Promoting and funding seminars with C/I funds (not customary dept. seminars)
- Promoting and funding major conferences in area of focus
- Funding grad students from C/I funds
- Funding travel for students from C/I funds
- Provide core lab support for research of members
- Mentoring junior faculty
- Fundraising accomplishments
- Public programs and results of those programs
- Exchanges, agreements or planning trips initiated
- Newsletter, website, or other public information source
- International or national recognition received other than grants
If you have questions, please contact Institutional Planning & Research