"The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science believes its faculty should be interested and involved scholars. Since the Department celebrates the diversity of scholarship by its faculty, the Department believes it must not be overly prescriptive in stating just what might or might not be adequate and appropriate regarding professional involvement. Rather, the Department identifies three general principles for the scholarly activity of its faculty.
Faculty should be able to provide evidence that they are working in their field(s) as engaged scholars.
The Department endorses a wide range of scholarly activities as being appropriate and worthwhile.
Faculty efforts should include activities of scholarship that are peer reviewed".
created 3 January 2006|
last revised 3 January 2006