On-Demand Webinar: Achieving Modern and Sustainable Faculty Evaluations
Harvard Graduate School of Education & California State University East Bay
The pandemic forced major, rapid shifts in how universities and colleges execute their faculty advancement processes. As you plan for your next review cycle, hear how Harvard Graduate School of Education and California State University, East Bay have achieved a sustainable approach to review and tenure with Interfolio. In this webinar, they discussed why they took a phased approach, using Interfolio to alleviate certain pains at first, and later expanding to additional uses. Ultimately, their thoughtful transformations created more time for faculty to invest in their most important work.
We showed how Interfolio’s multi-module platform offers universities benefits in both the short and long term:
- Huge time savings and convenience, enabling your faculty and staff to make a bigger impact—right away
- Transparent, consistent, equitable faculty evaluation and hiring processes that help you retain the right faculty and reach your institution’s strategic goals
- Why faculty actually use Interfolio‚ instead of avoiding it (like other systems you might have tried to adopt)
- How Interfolio’s easy configuration translates to a light responsibility on your IT department—enabling you to roll it out speedily
- What you should do now if you want to free up a huge number of hours for your faculty next year
Linda Dobb, J.D.
Associate Provost for Faculty & Student Affairs
California State University, East Bay
Jessica Pesce, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Vice President, Account Management
Tulane University relies on Interfolio for reviews and faculty hiring
Tulane University was an early adopter of Interfolio’s Faculty Search module, which they trust for their campus’s faculty search and hiring efforts.
Soon after, they adopted Review, Promotion, and Tenure to assist with their annual evaluations as well. Learn more about their motivations and results in this informative case study.