Faculty Promotion and Tenure
Family Medicine and Community Health Promotion and Tenure Committee
The Family Medicine and Community Health Promotion and Tenure Committee assists faculty in the promotions process to advance academic rank in both the tenure and non-tenure tracks.
It meets biannually (in February and July) to review faculty research or scholarly activity and provide guidance to those seeking promotion on an academic track.
- How to get promoted in your track, plus tips for getting promoted
- List of tenured and clinical scholar faculty mentors
- Promotion and tenure details at the Medical School
- Sharon Allen, MD, PhD
- Macaran Baird, MD, MS
- Eli Coleman, PhD
- Michael Miner, PhD
- Kevin A. Peterson, MD, MPH (alternate)
- Diane Madlon-Kay, MD, MS
- David Power, MD, MPH (alternate)
- Bill Roberts, MD, MS
- Mark Yeazel, MD, MPH
- Ruth Westra, DO, MPH (alternate)
The goal of the University of Minnesota Medical School and the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health is to have all faculty on one of two academic tracks:
The academic (non-tenure) track has three areas of focus for faculty and one must be an area of exemplary accomplishment and publication for promotion in the track.