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  • Nominations (Social Studies) | Secretary of the Faculty
    University Lectures Committee University Academic Planning Council Self nominations are accepted and encouraged Each committee is limited to one faculty member per department Please send nominations to divisional secfac wisc edu by Friday 15 January Nominations should include the nominee s name and department confirm the nominee s willingness to serve if elected or appointed and identify the committee for which you are making the nomination Information about each committee follows Social Studies Divisonal Committee The Social Studies Divisional Committee the executive committee of the Faculty Division of Social Studies advises deans and directors about appointments and promotions to tenure names Hilldale Award recipients and Hilldale Lecture Series speakers and makes appointments to standing and ad hoc committees Meetings are held during the academic year on Wednesdays beginning at 1 30 p m committee members are asked to hold the full afternoon in 128 Bascom Hall 2016 2017 Meeting Dates 21 September 19 October 9 November 7 December 25 January 15 February 8 March 12 April 10 May Four tenured faculty members will be elected to serve three year terms Divisional committee members from the Departments of Curriculum and Instruction Educational Leadership Policy Analysis Educational Psychology Political Science Psychology Real Estate Urban Land Economics the School of Journalism Mass Communication and the School of Social Work will continue their service in the 2016 2017 academic year Faculty from these departments are not eligible for nomination Graduate Faculty Executive Committee The Graduate Faculty Executive Committee GFEC exercises the powers of the graduate faculty with respect to establishing reviewing and modifying graduate degree programs setting standards for admission and degree requirements evaluating and recommending actions on student appeals other graduate education policy issues Meetings are held during the academic year typically on the second Friday of each month from 1 30 p m to 3 30 p m One faculty member will be elected to serve a four year term GFEC members from the Departments of Curriculum Instruction Library and Information Studies and the School of Social Work will continue their service in the 2016 2017 academic year Faculty from these departments are not eligible for nomination Committee on Honorary Degrees The Committee on Honorary Degrees nominates candidates for honorary degrees from the university upon the recommendation of a department school or college The committee typically meets once each semester The divisional committee will appoint one nominated faculty member to serve a four year term Committee members from the Departments of Curriculum Instruction Educational Psychology and Kinesiology will continue their service in the 2016 2017 academic year Faculty from these departments are not eligible for nomination A list of current members is posted in the Committees directory University Lectures Committee The University Lectures Committee supports departments academic programs and student organizations that bring distinguished lecturers to the UW Madison campus Lectures are intended to enrich the general intellectual and cultural life of the university community The committee itself does not initiate lecture arrangements Rather it receives and acts on requests from eligible

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  • Hilldale Award Recipients (Social Studies) | Secretary of the Faculty
    FP P Ch 11 Summer session Faculty Legislation II 100 299 Academic matters Faculty Legislation II 300 399 Miscellaneous statements and policies Faculty Legislation II 400 499 Library matters Faculty Legislation II 500 599 Records Faculty Legislation II 600 699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Faculty Divisions Hilldale Award Recipients Social Studies Recipients of the Hilldale Award in the Social Studies 2014 2015 Jane L Collins Community Environmental Sociology and Gender Women s Studies 2013 2014 Donald A Downs Political Science 2012 2013 Sharon Dunwoody Journalism Mass Communication 2011 2012 John Witte Political Science 2010 2011 Marsha Mailick Seltzer Social Work 2009 2010 Bruce E Wampold Counseling Psychology 2008 2009 Edward Friedman Political Science 2007 2008 Gloria Ladson Billings Curriculum Instruction 2006 2007 Robert Enright Educational Psychology 2005 2006 Christopher L Coe Psychology 2004 2005 Karen B Strier Anthropology 2003 2004 Joel Rogers Law Sociology 2002 2003 Janet Shibley Hyde Psychology 2001 2002 Frederick H Buttel Rural Sociology 2000 2001 Charles T Snowdon Psychology 1999 2000 Virginia Sapiro Political Science 1998 1999 Joanne Cantor Communication Arts 1997 1998 Morton Ann Gernsbacher Psychology 1996 1997 M Crawford Young Political Science 1995 1996 Kemal H Karpat History 1994

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  • Hilldale Lectures (Social Studies) | Secretary of the Faculty
    Law Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Stanford University America the Vetocracy 2015 2016 James Fowler Professor of Medical Genetics and Political Science University of California San Diego How Social Networks Affect Everything You Feel Think and Do 2014 2015 James C Scott Sterling Professor of Political Science at Yale University Four Domestications Fire Plants Animals and Us or the Late Neolithic Multi species Resettlement Camp 2013 2014 Jacob Hacker Professor of Political Science Yale University Has American Politics Betrayed the Middle Class 2011 2012 Stephen D Houston Professor of Social Science an Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology Brown University Beyond Writing Notation and Memory at the Margins of Script 2010 2011 Jacquelyn Campbell Chair and Professor of Nursing Johns Hopkins University National Program Director Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Faculty Scholars Program Keeping Women Safer in Communities and the Health Care System 25 Years of Research and Advocacy 2009 2010 Erwin Chemerinsky Dean and Professor of Law University of California Irvine Civil Liberties and the War on Terror Past Present and Future 2008 2009 William Taubman Professor of Political Science Amherst College Nikita Krushchev The Mand and His Era 2007 2008 Laura Pulido Associate Professor of Geography and Program in American Studies and Ethnicity University of Southern California Race Regions and the Black White Binary Latinos in the New South 2005 2006 Gerd Gigerenzer Director Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition Max Planck Institute for Human Development Berlin Germany Smart Heuristics An Adaptive Intelligence of the Unconscious 2002 2003 Robert D Putnam Professor of Public Policy Harvard University Bowling Alone The Collapse and Revival of American Community 2000 2001 Frans de Waal Professor of Psychology Emory University Good Natured Animal Origins of Human Morality 1999 2000 Cass Sunstein Professor of Law University of Chicago Social Cascades Why and When Things Change Very Quickly 1998 1999 Stanley Jeyaraja Tambiah Professor of Anthropology Harvard University The Cult of Saints and Relics in Some Buddhist and Christian Traditions 1996 1997 Fredrik Barth Professor of Anthropology Emory University Toward an Anthropology of Knowledge 1995 1996 Charles Goodhart Professor of Banking and Finance London School of Economics European Monetary Union A Progress Report 1994 1995 Anthony Giddens Professor of Sociology Cambridge University Modernity Identity and Sexuality 1993 1994 James V Wertsch Professor of Psychology Clark University The Individual Society Antinomy in Sociocultural Research 1992 1993 Marilyn Strathern Professor of Anthropology University of Manchester Displacing Knowledge Kinship and Technologies of Reproduction 1991 1992 Paul Ekman Professor of Psychology University of California San Francisco School of Medicine About Face Information Signaled by Facial Expression 1990 91 Robert L Heilbroner Professor of Economics New School for Social Research Thinking About Capitalism 1988 1989 Judge Pierre Leval U S District Court Southern District of New York The Press the Courts Libel and the First Amendment 1987 1988 Walter Murphy Professor of Politics Princeton University The Art of Constitutional Interpretation 1986 1987 Marshall Sahlins Professor of Anthropology University of Chicago Social Science or the Tragic Western Sense of Human Imperfections

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  • Call for Nominations (Genevieve Gorst Herfurth Award) | Secretary of the Faculty
    ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Faculty Divisions Call for Nominations Genevieve Gorst Herfurth Award Genevieve Gorst Herfurth Award Call for Nominations 2015 2016 The Genevieve Gorst Herfurth Award recognizes a currently enrolled doctoral student in the social studies who has demonstrated outstanding research and scholarly writing accomplishments while a graduate student at UW Madison One recipient selected by the Social Studies Divisional Committee will receive a 1 000 cash prize One or two students may be identified by the committee for honorable mention Nominations are accepted from faculty in the social studies Multiple nominations will be accepted The award requires that the candidate s work be excellent and demonstrate outstanding research in the social studies The work must be sole authored and may be a book manuscript seminar paper course paper or paper submitted for presentation at a professional conference or to a scholarly journal Publication may already have occurred or may be the student s ultimate goal but prior publication or acceptance for publication is not a prerequisite for the award Theses and dissertations may not be submitted although the student may submit papers derived from these larger works Note Whenever a student completes a promising paper that leads to co authorship for publication with a faculty

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  • Tenure A&H agenda | Secretary of the Faculty
    II 300 399 Miscellaneous statements and policies Faculty Legislation II 400 499 Library matters Faculty Legislation II 500 599 Records Faculty Legislation II 600 699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Faculty Services Tenure A H agenda Agenda Welcome Introductions Michael Bernard Donals Vice Provost for Faculty Staff Nancy Hoefs Professor English and affiliate member of the Mosse Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies Building a Tenure Portfolio and Getting the Most Out of Your Mentors Michael Bernard Donals Vice Provost for Faculty Staff Nancy Hoefs Professor English and affiliate member of the Mosse Weinstein Center for Jewish

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  • Tenure A&H materials | Secretary of the Faculty
    699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Faculty Services Tenure A H materials Materials Agenda The Tenure Process at UW Madison Michael Bernard Donals Overview of the Tenure Process Stopping the Tenure Clock Information Support During the Tenure Process Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Documents Letter from Divisional Committee Chair Tenure Guidelines Tenure Guidelines with Changes Highlighted Checklist of Materials for Tenure Recommendation Templates Dossier and Supporting Materials Additional Documents Faculty Policies Procedures Chapter 4 Faculty Divisions Chapter 5 Departmental Faculties Chapter 7 Faculty Appointments Key Elements Guidance Annual Evaluation of Assistant Professors Policies regarding extension of the

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  • Tenure BSci agenda | Secretary of the Faculty
    II 500 599 Records Faculty Legislation II 600 699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Faculty Services Tenure BSci agenda Agenda Welcome Introductions Michael Bernard Donals Vice Provost for Faculty Staff Nancy Hoefs Professor English and affiliate member of the Mosse Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies Building a Tenure Portfolio and Getting the Most Out of Your Mentors Michael Bernard Donals Vice Provost for Faculty Staff Nancy Hoefs Professor English and affiliate member of the Mosse Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies Q A Discussion How to Plan for the Tenure Process Azita Hamedani Associate Professor Distinguished Wisconsin

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  • Tenure BSci materials | Secretary of the Faculty
    699 Faculty committees Faculty Legislation II 700 899 Students Faculty Legislation II 900 ff Use of facilities Faculty Divisions Arts Humanities Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Physical Sciences Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Social Studies Divisional Committee Functions Members Tenure Documents Honorific Modified Professorial Titles Faculty Services New Faculty Welcome The Tenure Process at UW Madison Reflecting on the First Year Faculty Networking Lunch Series Assistant Professor Chats Mid Career Faculty Chats Women Faculty Mentoring Program Events Committees elections ballots Generate a meeting notice Awards Lectures Academic Calendar About Us UW Search My UW Map Calendar You are here Home Faculty Services Tenure BSci materials Materials Agenda Evaluation The Tenure Process at UW Madison Michael Bernard Donals Overview of the Tenure Process Stopping the Tenure Clock Information Support During the Tenure Process Biological Sciences Divisional Committee Documents Letter from Divisional Committee Chairs Tenure Guidelines Tenure Guidelines with Changes Highlighted Checklist of Materials for Tenure Recommendation Templates Dossier and Supporting Materials Additional Documents Faculty Policies Procedures Chapter 4 Faculty Divisions Chapter 5 Departmental Faculties Chapter 7 Faculty Appointments Key Elements Guidance Annual Evaluation of Assistant Professors Policies regarding extension of the

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