Portfolio. All faculty members are responsible for maintaining an organized portfolio documenting that they are meeting the responsibilities identified in this Article. For faculty members on a term appointment, the portfolio must include all materials since the first year on term contract. For faculty members on a continuing appointment, the portfolio must include all materials since the last review. For adjunct faculty, the portfolio must include all materials since the last review. The portfolio must include:
Portfolio. You hereby elect to receive all such income dividends and capital gain distributions as are payable on shares of a Portfolio in additional shares of that Portfolio, and you reserve the right to change this election in the future. We will notify you of the number of shares so issued as payment of such dividends and distributions.
Portfolio. The calculation agent will include in the 2004-1 Income 10 Portfolio only stocks that meet the following criteria: (1) each Underlying Stock must have a minimum market value of at least $75 million, except that up to 10% of the Underlying Stocks may have a market value of $50 million; (2) each Underlying Stock must have an average monthly trading volume in the preceding six months of not less than 1,000,000 shares, except that up to 10% of the Underlying Stocks may have an average monthly trading volume of 500,000 shares or more in the last six months; (3) 90% of the 2004-1 Income 10 Portfolio's numerical index value and at least 80% of the total number of Underlying Stocks will meet the then current criteria for standardized option trading set forth in the rules of the AMEX; and (4) all Underlying Stocks will either be listed on the AMEX, the New York Stock Exchange (the "NYSE"), or traded through the facilities of the Nasdaq National Market and reported as National Market System Securities. After reconstituting the 2004-1 Income 10 Portfolio for the next year, the calculation agent will rebalance the 2004-1 Income 10 Portfolio and set Portfolio Composition Ratios so that each Underlying Stock represents approximately 10% of the value of the 2004-1 Income 10 Portfolio based on the Closing Prices of the Underlying Stocks as of the reconstitution date. This reconstituted and rebalanced portfolio will become the basis for the value of the Income 10 Portfolio on the following Trading Day.
Portfolio. The Company reserves the right to revoke this election and to receive all such income dividends and capital gain distributions in cash. The Fund shall notify the Company of the number of shares so issued as payment of such dividends and distributions. Any error in the calculation or reporting of the Fund’s income, dividends or capital gains information shall be reported promptly to the Company. If the Fund provides the Company with incorrect income, dividend or distribution information, the matter shall be resolved as set forth in Schedule B.
Portfolio. At any time, all Portfolio Assets, Cash and Eligible Investments held by the Issuer at such time.
Portfolio developed during Mode A year 1 through training and mentoring, and required for subsequent years of evaluation. The purpose of the Portfolio is to: • Demonstrate an on-going commitment to professional growth and development • Provide an opportunity to give voice to a teaching and/or service philosophy • Showcase the progress, best work and achievements of the faculty member • Document campus, community, professional, and other multidimensional contributions • Afford the committee a context in which to view their scheduled observations • Present a creative reflection of the faculty member’s professional life • Act as the primary presentation aid and catalyst for the Pre-Observation Meeting The evaluation committee reviews the portfolio during the Pre-Observation Meeting, and returns it to the evaluee at the end of the meeting, unless the evaluee chooses to leave it with the committee for further review. Portfolio Preparation: Portfolios may be developed in any appropriate medium, for instance, electronic formats or three-ring binders or other methods appropriate to the evaluee’s assignment. Beyond the required items, the portfolio contents will vary between individuals and will reflect the personal style and choices of the faculty member. The portfolio may include optional activities beyond contractual duties. The portfolio is an aid to facilitate the evaluee’s 20-30 Article 6 (continued) minute presentation in the Pre-Observation Meeting. The items included should help to showcase the faculty member’s progress and achievements since the last evaluation. Mode A year 1 – Required in the portfolio: • Goals for professional growth (See bullets for professional accomplishments below) • Teaching and/or service philosophy • Syllabi for courses taught in the current semester • Samples of assignments/assessment activities for each learning environment that will be evaluated Mode A years 2, 3, 4 and Mode B – Required in the portfolio: • Professional accomplishments A brief statement about what you have contributed or gained by your campus/district service in any of the following areas: o In-class teaching/counseling/support service. o Curriculum review/development (e.g., development of courses, programs and/or instructional processes) o Educational research activity o Community work (e.g., speeches to community groups, formal assessment of community needs) o Articulation with feeder schools and four-year institutions o Recruitment of new student populations o On-cam...