A candidate for promotion or appointment to the rank of professor should have:
Demonstrated a leadership role in contributing to the academic environment,
Achieved a national and international reputation for excellence, and
Submitted to the review committee ten representative principal-authored publications.
Candidates for the post of professor will have demonstrated a leadership role in contributing to the academic environment at the University of Michigan. They must have achieved national or international recognition for their scholarly activities. Candidates must have developed a focused program of scholarly investigation. Ten selected manuscripts should be deemed as sufficient for the institution to judge the maturity of the scholarly output of an individual prepared for advancement to professor.
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