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Morehead, KY, April 2, 2015 – DATA180 has been selected by Kent State University to provide its FACULTY180 faculty activity reporting and evaluation system to administrators and faculty, replacing the current legacy system at Kent State University. Kent State University will be using the FACULTY180 system to manage annual reviews, along with tenure and promotion evaluations.
“The FACULTY180 system offers great flexibility while allowing us to remain efficient and organized in our collection of faculty materials,” said Todd A. Diacon, Ph.D., Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost of Kent State University. “This robust, web-based, highly customizable system will be able to offer the same portfolio format that we enjoyed with our legacy system and will also provide additional functionality as our needs change and grow. We have received great support from DATA180 as we make this transition. They have been very responsive to the needs of our institution in customizing a system that works for us.”
FACULTY180 delivers state-of-the-art efficiencies for colleges and universities throughout the faculty information chain, from accreditation reporting to self-service analytics, evaluation processing to standardized workflow processes.
Founded in Kentucky in 2002, DATA180 began with a vision to digitally “turn around” academe with robust, elegant, easy-to-use solutions. From that moment, we have been driven by five fundamental values that continue to inspire and guide everything we do. These core values that, we’re proud to say, have resulted in our solutions being trusted by some of the largest and most prestigious academic institutions in the world.
In 2017 we joined forces with Interfolio, the leading provider of technology to support complex shared governance decisions, like hiring, promotion, and tenure. We’re now on target to provide a more robust platform of comprehensive tools for every moment in the faculty lifecycle, from hiring through post-tenure review.