A second major topic coming out of the January 21, 2016 AAC&U session concerned what the nature and expectations of faculty positions really ought to be, considering existing institutional business models and those of the foreseeable future.
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A very common request we have received from Administrative users in ByCommittee Promotion & Tenure is for some way to capture more data about candidates up for promotion or tenure, and associate that data with those candidates’ specific cases. This might mean diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity data, for example, or any other information that the institution […]
Join us online this Thursday, January 28, for a conversation with Sarah B. Steinberg, Ed.D., founder of Frogstone Strategies and former Executive Vice Provost at Johns Hopkins University, about why academic institutions should not let their faculty’s hefty committee responsibilities go unsupported and unstudied. UPDATE: Watch the recording online
This month at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), Interfolio is hosting a panel discussion on the involvement of faculty in the business decisions of academic institutions.
Interfolio has just raised an important round of growth funding led by education sector specialists Quad Partners. We’re making ByCommittee an even more effective platform to help faculty focus on their core mission.