My question is with regards to date of publications and the tenure track process.
I will be starting a tenure track position this fall and I recently submitted a few papers for publication and I used the address of my new institution on the papers.
For my position I get re-examined at the end of year 2 and they decide whether to keep me on and let me continue on with the tenure track process.
I have heard, in general, that one is examined for what one does while at the institution and not what one did before arriving. My question is, if this is the case, how would one decide the cut-off date. Would it be by submission date, publication date or acceptance date of papers or would they just look at the address I used on the papers?
I realize this might very much depend on the particular school.