Exclusive Northeast Roundtable: Successful Faculty Advancement and Reporting for Your Institution

Wednesday September 14 | NOON-2 PM ET

We invite you to join us on September 14 for a panel discussion followed by networking with faculty affairs peers in your region.

You’ll start by learning from and chatting with faculty affairs leaders from UVA’s McIntire School of Commerce and CUNY Queens College as they address administrative challenges related to review, promotion, tenure, and activity reporting.

After the panel, you’ll have the chance to connect with peer attendees in small breakout groups, ask specific questions, and learn from each other.

Enjoy lunch on us when you attend!


Our Speakers

Learn and chat with these faculty affairs leaders

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Christopher L.W. Elliott, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Academic & Faculty Affairs

McIntire School of Commerce, UVA

William Mcclure
Dean of Faculty


School of Arts and Humanities, Queens College CUNY

Meghan E. Healey
Interim Associate Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs,

Professor of Scenography,
Department of Drama, Theater, and Dance, Queens College

Agenda:

Noon ETWelcome & Introductions
12:15 PM ETRoundtable Discussion
1 PM ETBreakout Sessions
1:45 PM ETClosing Remarks

What is a Virtual Roundtable?

It’s a gathering of like-minded experts like yourself to build and support a community of practice for faculty affairs. Your experience and insight will bring a valuable perspective to the conversation, and we greatly look forward to your participation.

We will discuss:

  • Best practices for faculty advancement
  • Best practices for faculty activity reporting
  • Ideas for change management and faculty adoption

What to expect:

  • An expert panel on annual reviews and faculty activity reporting
  • Engaging conversation and networking with colleagues at other institutions
  • Direct access to Interfolio leaders
  • Complimentary lunch

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