Faculty Affairs

Our faculty pursue game-changing, pathbreaking research, scholarship, and teaching that consistently achieves positive impacts in the world. We work to support their research, teaching, and service at the highest levels—because we know their work changes the world.

Exploring Faculty Satisfaction

Emory is partnering with the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and will administer their Faculty Satisfaction Survey and Workforce Mobility Survey during the 2019-2020 academic year to identify the drivers of academic success and to implement informed changes that will advance faculty eminence at Emory. In February, faculty will receive the survey via email in February.

Learn more about COACHE at Emory

How Can We Help?

Tenure and Promotion

The tenure and promotion process for tenure-track faculty involves four sequential steps.

Our Process

Career Development

University-wide initiatives, such as the Academic Leadership Program, complement those offered by schools and departments.

Go Further

Faculty Handbook

The Faculty Handbook provides an in-depth overview of topics relevant for faculty.

Our Policies

Class and Labor Report

The Office of the Provost and the Office of Business and Administration are facilitating next steps with the Phase 2 Faculty Concerns Report.

Our Actions

Faculty Advancement

Promoted and Tenured Faculty

Tenure and promotion recognize a collective commitment to and responsibility for Emory's mission and vision by the university and its faculty.

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New Faculty

The university encourages new faculty members to bring fresh approaches to the campus context of teaching, research, and service.

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Emeritus Faculty

Emory honors retiring faculty members with emeritus status. The university engages their continued participation through the Emeritus College.

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