Evidence that the faculty members has achieved professional recognition
in the individual's discipline, has maintained an active interest in the
discipline, and has shared his/her expertise in the discipline with others
on a regular basis. Such evidence should include at least three accomplishments
from the list below during the previous six years. At least one of these
accomplishments must have been subject to external peer review (Group I). The
other two accomplishments may come from Group I or Group II, but all three
accomplishments may not come from the same category.
- Acceptance of a refereed research publication by a recognized journal
subsequent to receiving the doctorate.
- Presentation of an invited paper at a significant scholarly conference
in the individual's discipline.
- Completion of a manuscript of an upper-division textbook in the mathematical
sciences which has received positive external
review and has been accepted for publication by a recognized publishing
- Acquisition of a significant research grant in the individual's discipline.
- Teaching a three credit course carrying graduate credit in the
- Active service on a committee charged with supervising a master's thesis
or doctoral dissertation in the individual's discipline.
For those hired for a six-year probationary period, the term would typically
begin in the fourth year; however, a faculty member may be proposed for full
membership at any time. Those hired for a three-year probationary period, or at
the Associate Professor level, would usually be put up
for full membership within one