WASHINGTON, D.C., December 7, 2011 — Interfolio, Inc., today announced they have been selected as the exclusive sponsor of the American Conference of Academic Deans (ACAD) 2012 Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held January 25-28 in Washington, DC and Interfolio’s sponsorship will help ACAD continue its goal to provide constituents with resources to help them in their roles as academic leaders.
“This is ACAD’s first foray into meeting sponsorships and we are pleased that we have found a company whose philosophy aligns closely with our mission,” said Carl O. Moses, ACAD Board Chair. “We appreciate Interfolio’s support of our work to advance academic leadership for liberal education and know that our members will appreciate both the support and the information about Interfolio’s services to higher education.”
ACAD is a conference of deans created to provide both formal and informal opportunities for deans to meet, network, and offer professional support to their colleagues. The theme of the 68th annual meeting is “The Deanship: Balancing the Demands of Mission, Democracy and Markets.” Interfolio will be a Gold Level sponsor for both the ACAD Keynote Luncheon and the ACAD Members Breakfast.
“Great faculty are essential to a school’s success, and Interfolio supports Academic Deans who are looking to streamline their faculty hiring processes,” said Steve Goldenberg, CEO of Interfolio. “Universities are using Interfolio’s Search Solution to build hiring programs that are adopted and embraced across their organization. As a result, we help them find the right talent quickly, increasing the efficiency and success of their hiring initiatives.”
To learn more about the ACAD 2012 Annual Meeting, visit http://www.aacu.org/meetings/annualmeeting.
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