Better applicant list sorting in ByCommittee Faculty Search

Interfolio Faculty Search | Releases

We’re thrilled to release the next evolution of the applicant list in ByCommittee Faculty Search! A long time in the making, this release makes it much easier for Evaluator users on committees to get into the platform and review applicants. 

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Heads up: Interfolio’s new look enters ByCommittee

Interfolio Faculty Search | Interfolio Review, Promotion & Tenure | Releases

In the coming week, our updates to Interfolio’s overall look and feel will continue in ByCommittee with a cohesive set of new colors, styles, fonts, and visual cues. It’s going to make the whole online platform easier on the eyes. But don’t worry—everything you could do before, you’ll still be able to do. 

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DATA180 to Integrate Scholarly Activity Data with ORCID


Content originally published on Learn more about Interfolio’s acquisition of Data180 here. Morehead, KY, July 5, 2016 – DATA180 is proud to announce its membership in ORCID, a non-profit organization for academic researchers that aims to provide a solution to the problem of author ambiguity through the use of ORCID identifiers. As a result of […]

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Multi-committee access in ByCommittee Promotion & Tenure!

Interfolio Review, Promotion & Tenure | Releases

Starting this month, ByCommittee Promotion & Tenure allows you to include any number of separate committees at any individual review step, instead of just one committee per step. It’s the newest installment in this year’s collaborative developments arising from direct input from our campus partners.

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Who is performing the service, and how is it valued? Thoughts from our May webinar with HERI

Topics in Higher Education | Webinars

Last Thursday, we hosted a webinar with Ellen Stolzenberg and Jennifer Berdan Lozano from UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) to talk about the results of their 2014 Faculty Survey, a comprehensive research instrument for the professoriate in the U.S. The survey is designed, among other things, to identify sources of faculty satisfaction and stress, […]

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Notifications in your Interfolio account (to go with the new look)

Interfolio's Dossier | Interfolio Faculty Search | Interfolio Review, Promotion & Tenure | Releases

We’ve added a sleek notifications feature to all Interfolio user accounts! Whether you’re using your account to access ByCommittee Promotion & Tenure, ByCommittee Faculty Search, your personal Dossier account, or Letter Writer, now you’ve got a way to see exactly what’s awaiting your attention. Going hand in hand with notifications, we’ve also repainted the header […]

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WEBINAR | HERI Faculty Survey: Service, Stress, and Satisfaction | May 26, 2016


UPDATE: View the recording here and the webinar slides here.  For our May webinar, we’re thrilled to talk with two researchers from UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) about survey data they have gathered on the faculty work experience, especially concerning the burden of professional service. There is no cost to attend.

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Announcing our new logo and look!

Company news

Big news! Today, after seventeen years, we’re releasing an updated brand identity, which includes a new logo, colors, and font. You’ll see the new look anywhere we’re out in public, like our website, Facebook, and Twitter; very soon you’ll see it in all of our products, as well. We believe the new look better matches […]

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WEBINAR | Best Practices in Faculty Hiring: Boston College | April 27, 2016

Webinars | Interfolio Faculty Search

Join us for a conversation this week with Boston College, among the earliest adopters of ByCommittee Faculty Search, about their experience using the platform for their faculty recruitment work. There is no cost to attend. Watch the recording here!

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Closing positions & recording outcomes in ByCommittee Faculty Search

Interfolio Faculty Search | Releases

The new “Close Position” option in ByCommittee Faculty Search gives you a button to formally conclude the search process for a particular position and record some data about who you selected (if anyone). Then you can pull reports on searches based on that data.

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