(1) The Committee shall adopt procedures and a timetable for handling matters brought forth for its consideration and shall forward these to the Faculty Senate for its information.
Copies of written correspondence concerning the status of a personnel case shall be provided to the candidate, the chair of the appropriate departmental executive committee, and the dean of the school. In cases involving promotion and tenure, copies shall be provided to the chair of the Personnel Review Committee and, as appropriate, the chair of the ad hoc committee under UWPF 6.10(4).
[Sections 1 & 2 revised, old sections 2-4 deleted, new sections 3 & 4 added—approved by the Faculty Senate April 18, 2006.]
(3) Actions resulting in favorable recommendations or negative advice on probationary faculty or candidates for promotion to Full Professor shall follow the procedures presented in UWPF Chapter Six. [Section approved by the Faculty Senate April 18, 2006.]
(4) Full Professor Subcommittee
A subcommittee composed of all the full professors of the Committee shall conduct the review provided in 5.04(1)(a)(3) and make its recommendations to the dean of the appropriate school within seven days of taking the action. When the Committee membership includes fewer than five full professors, a special election shall be held in the fall to bring the number on the Full Professor Subcommittee up to five. The term of office for the additional members thus elected shall end with the current Committee Year. Any full professor, except a committee member, is eligible for election to this special term, notwithstanding any recent Committee service and may stand for reelection, and thus the last sentence of 5.02 does not apply to full professors especially elected in accordance with this subsection. In no case may the Subcommittee have more than three members from a single school. In cases of negative recommendations, reconsideration may be granted under UWPF Chapter Six. [Passed by the Faculty Senate, April 16, 1996]