Upcoming Faculty Affairs Roundtable: Equipping Campuses with Sustainable Processes

Wednesday, May 11 2022 | Noon–2 PM (PST)

We invite you to join us on May 11 for a panel discussion followed by networking with your regional faculty affairs peers. Learn about how UNLV and other institutions approach administrative challenges related to faculty advancement (reviews, promotion), faculty data, and much more.

After the panel, you’ll have the chance to connect with fellow attendees in small breakout groups, ask specific questions, and share your expertise.

Our Speakers

Learn and chat with these faculty affairs leaders

Winnie David

Faculty Information Systems Manager

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Samuel Tobler

Associate Professor & Interfolio Faculty Liaison

Dixie State University

Carol Gersten

Chief Client Officer



Noon PSTWelcome & Introductions
12:15 PM PSTRoundtable Discussion
1 PM PSTBreakout Sessions
1:45 PM PSTClosing Remarks

What is a Virtual Roundtable?

We aim to build and support a community of practice for faculty affairs. In this roundtable, your experience and insight bring a valuable perspective to the conversation, and we greatly look forward to your participation.

We will discuss:

  • Best practices for faculty review, promotion, and tenure
  • Best practices for faculty activity reporting
  • Ideas for change management and faculty adoption

What to expect:

  • An expert panel on faculty data and workflows
  • Engaging conversation with colleagues
  • Direct access to peers and Interfolio leaders
  • Complimentary lunch
  • Networking with peers

Register now:

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