Re: Merit Increase Reviews

Ruby Rohrlich (rohrlich@GWIS2.CIRC.GWU.EDU)
Wed, 29 Nov 1995 23:29:42 -0500

Dwight,I certainly do think your participation on the list is scholarly
and interesting. Only I don't remember the subjects you talked ab out --
my lousy memory. If you would refresh it, I'd be glad to write to your
chair.I gatheryou would want a snail mail. On the other hand, if he has
e-mail, it would be pertinent to write to that, since that's what we're
talking about. Ruby Rohrlich

tOn Tue, 28 Nov 1995, Read, Dwight ANTHRO wrote:

> November 28, 1995
> All List Members:
> I am trying to introduce participation in lists as part of the
> materials to be considered for a Merit Increase Review here at
> UCLA. The lists are, I think, one of the ways in which we, as
> faculty, can participate in, and contribute to, a (virtual?)
> community of anthropologists.
> I am currently up for a Merit Increase Review (in the Full
> Professor series) and want to make myself a test case. As many
> of you know, I have made a number of comments and responses to
> posts made on these lists. For those of you so inclined to do
> so, I would like for you to send to our chair, Prof. James Hill,
> any comment you might want to make about my participation in
> these lists.
> Please be aware that any materials that are made part of a
> personnel review may be released to the candidate in redacted
> form; that is, verbatim copies will be given to the candidate
> upon request except for the removal of an identifying header or
> signature. Identifying material in the body of the text will not
> be removed.
> Send your comments directly to:
> Prof. James Hill, Chair
> Dept. of Anthropology
> with Subject: Merit Increase Review (Read). Prof. Hill's e-mail
> address is:
> Sincerely,
> Dwight W. Read