Serving Our Faculty
Welcome from the Associate Dean
The mission of Faculty Affairs is to establish a coherent, respectful, diverse, and joyful intellectual and professional community for the iSchool faculty. A high quality of faculty life is the primary objective. We achieve this by working with faculty and school leadership to support faculty search and renewal, faculty orientation, the iSchool mentoring program, reappointment and promotion, and periodic review; and by adhering to community-drafted career advancement policies and procedures. We support the review of faculty policies, support the deployment of faculty-led initiatives, and have oversight for faculty data not managed by Research and Academics. We handle the details and foster community engagement so that our faculty can excel at our research, teaching, and service missions.
Faculty Renewal: See open faculty positions at the lecturer, senior lecturer, assistant, associate, and professor ranks.
Supporting faculty through the strategic plan: Read the documentation about the vision for the school.
Diversity Initiatives: We are working to build a more inclusive faculty. See some of our initiatives here.
Ed Mignon Distinguished Lecture
Each year, the Ed Mignon Distinguished Lecture in Information Science features a speaker on current events, policies, controversies, or issues in the information and technology fields. Our goal is to inspire original thinking and foster creativity among students, faculty and researchers at the Information School. Learn more and read about past lecturers.
Faculty Affairs Team
Joseph T. Tennis, Ph.D.,
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
Faculty Human Resources
Director for Faculty Human Resources
Manager for Faculty Human Resources
Administrative Assistant for Faculty Affairs & Administrative Services
Faculty Development and Governance Support
Assistant Director for Faculty Affairs and Administrative Services