I applied for the Chapman position in health psych a little while back and just recently received an email saying: "… Our records show that you are missing one or more required application documents. Please review the list of required documents shown on the job posting. Also, please differentiate between and label (when attaching) teaching evaluation ratings and official copies of two or more recent course evaluations (they are different) and carefully review the materials you have already submitted. The deadline to submit any outstanding documents is Nov 12, 2015. Incomplete applications will not be considered."
I'm confused in two regards.
1. I assumed that teaching evaluation ratings and official copies of two or more recent course evaluations were the same thing. It appears that they are not. How do these two things differ?
2. In the required application materials, they ask for a "summary of teaching and research mentoring experiences." This information is already included and incorporated into my research statement, my teaching statement, and my cover letter, all three of which they also request. Should I just create a new document reiterating these things in there?
I received this email on Friday and responded that same day, but have not yet heard back, obviously because staff are not in-office on weekends. It's the 9th and I'm nervous that they either won't get back to me quickly enough for me to have decent time to create or edit documents, or that they won't get back to me at all. I would like to go ahead and make any necessary changes so that my application is not considered late and incomplete, but I also do not want to make any major mistakes in resubmitting anything.
Thoughts? Opinions? Thanks in advance!