MU Faculty to Evaluate Chancellor
COLUMBIA (AP) - Faculty at the University of Missouri will get their first chance to evaluate Chancellor Brady Deaton's performance since he took over in 2004.
The university's top administrators are normally evaluated every five years, but Deaton's review was postponed last year. His first evaluation then will also be held the same year faculty members will be asked to review Provost Brian Foster.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that faculty members can expect an online survey next semester.
The evaluations come at a time when most faculty and staff haven't had raises in two years. An employee survey earlier this year revealed that most faculty members don't feel engaged on campus.