This University Libraries Faculty Assembly Covid-19 Impact Statement serves as documentation of changes that occurred across University Libraries and caused disparate, inequitable, impact to faculty throughout the pandemic, beginning in March 2020 and spanning into 2021. The document is necessarily limited in scope to assist faculty candidates in the tenure-track process and mitigate potential traumas as a result of the pandemic’s impact on that process. The structure of the tenure-track process is imperfect in nature, and this statement takes a trauma-informed, person-first, approach to investigating how to best support candidates in making their case for contract renewal, tenure, and/or promotion.
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Library and Information Science
Frigo, Emily; Rupinski, Leigh; García Mazari, Sheila; Daniels, Jeffrey D.; and Bélanger, Annie, "University Libraries Faculty Assembly Covid-19 Impact Statement" (2021). Library Reports and Communication. 16.