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Evaluating New Digital Systems for Managing Promotion and Tenure Reviews

New digital processes for managing tenure and promotion reviews offer tremendous advantages to faculty. However, it may not always seem like a good thing to go digital. There are sound reasons for caution. This white paper offers guidelines for what faculty should consider when their institution is exploring digital systems for promotion or tenure.
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“All involved praised the online process enthusiastically…Indeed, many comments took the form “Why weren’t we doing this before?”

Timothy Austin, PhD, Professor and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Duquesne University

“…With Interfolio, we now have the infrastructure to run efficient review, promotion, and tenure processes, where faculty accomplishments can be put on display.”

Austin Cooper, Faculty Relations Manager, Western Washington University

“We did not find any other tool that is so faculty focused, and that has tools so well designed for an academic division, like Interfolio. It’s worked out better than we could have imagined.”

Erin Walsh, Ph.D., Assistant Provost for Administration, Bryn Mawr College

“Because Interfolio is tailored to the needs of faculty and the RTP process and provides superior customer service, we will be able to more easily realize the benefits of a digital RTP process.”

Natalie Bersig, Director of Faculty Affairs, California State University, Long Beach

“Many existing enterprise systems are not designed for higher education. Interfolio stands apart because of its focus on faculty.”

Alyssa Kupka, Chief of Staff and Senior Associate Vice President, DePaul University

“ The global pandemic projected us into the future and identified where we want the institution and faculty work to go. ECSU is excited about the long-term impact of our investment in faculty career management.”

Farrah Ward, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Elizabeth City State University

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