University Professor Promotion Recommendation Letter

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This Professor Promotion Recommendation Letter covers the most important topics that you are looking for and will help you to structure and communicate in a professional manner with those involved. 

We seek comments with regard to: 

  • the quality of his/her work and its impact (or potential impact) in his/her technical field, in industry and in professional practice 
  • his/her professional reputation relative to that of contemporaries in the same area 
  • while the Carnegie Mellon promotion timeline may differ from your institution s, would Dr. be eligible for tenure and promotion at your institution 
  • review committee will also consider Dr. s educational activities..

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