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Month: September 2017

Ask a candidate: how to request a recommendation letter without being annoying

Interfolio's Dossier | Topics in Higher Education

Try not to procrastinate when it comes to one grad school task: asking faculty members for recommendation letters. These are the relationships you can’t afford to mess up.

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WEBINAR | Managing Faculty Reviews Online with Interfolio | September 28

Interfolio Review, Promotion & Tenure | Webinars

This month’s free webinar and Q&A focuses on managing the workload around highly structured academic reviews, and increasing the equity and transparency of these processes across the institution.

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WEBINAR | Tips and Tricks for Using Interfolio’s Dossier | Highlights and Selected Q&A

Interfolio's Dossier | Webinars

Highlights and answers to common questions asked during our recent free webinar on Interfolio’s free Dossier and Dossier Deliver for academic job seekers—collecting recommendation letters, sending deliveries, and more.

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Ask a candidate: how to put together your best possible faculty job application

Interfolio's Dossier | Topics in Higher Education

The best faculty applications are self-assured and well-curated. Every assertion and bit of evidence contained therein should be part of your coherent argument, and the argument goes like this: I’m already putting my mark on my field. I’ll be a good colleague. I’m ready.

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Thinking in a “systems” way: faculty information at UCLA

Topics in Higher Education

Meg Buzzi is the former Project Director of Opus, UCLA’s faculty information system, and now Chief Strategy and Information Officer of the Geffen Academy at UCLA. She recently sat down with us to talk about faculty buy-in, change management in technology adoption, and what’s required of higher education in a data-driven future.

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