The University of Texas Board of Regents on Thursday adopted tougher rules for post-tenure reviews for faculty members in the university system, The Texas Tribune  reported. Tenured faculty members will receive annual reviews as the basis for salary changes, and they will receive "comprehensive reviews" at least once every six years. The annual reviews will lead to one of four rankings: exceeds expectation, meets Expectation, does not meet expectation and unsatisfactory. Faculty members performing poorly will receive guidance on how to improve. Those faculty members who receive two unsatisfactory reviews will get a comprehensive review that could lead -- if improvement does not follow -- to termination for such reasons as lack of competence, neglect of duty or "other good cause."