On-Demand Webinar: 4 Ways Interfolio Makes Faculty Evaluations More Equitable
Learn How Leading Universities Approach Modern Academic Affairs Management
How do modern universities ensure faculty professional evaluations and academic career advancement are equitable and consistent?
Well, for one thing, they run their faculty evaluations through Interfolio.
Watch our on-demand free webinar and moderated Q&A to find out how the widely acclaimed Interfolio Faculty Information System actively addresses fairness and transparency around faculty evaluations, and see it in action.
This aspect of academic affairs is increasingly viewed as a critical consideration—whether the workflow is annual review, tenure, promotion, or other career moments like sabbaticals.
Find out why hundreds of the world’s leading universities use Interfolio for their faculty professional reviews, including:
- Harvard University
- Yale University
- University of Chicago
- London Business School
- Emory University
- Johns Hopkins University
- Georgetown University
- University of Michigan-Dearborn
- 3 City University of New York (CUNY) Campuses
- 18 of the 23 California State Universities
- And many more
- What makes the Interfolio approach fundamentally different (and why so many of the world’s most influential institutions use it today)
- Which specific features and actions can shape a more equitable faculty review landscape
- How all stakeholders benefit from this modern method—from faculty being reviewed, to committees, to senior academic leadership, to professional staff
“One of the most important factors for success in transitioning from a paper-based RTP process to a digital format is supporting the culture change with a product that is intuitive and user-friendly for faculty candidates, committee members, administrators, and support staff. Because Interfolio is tailored to the needs of faculty and the RTP process and provides superior customer service, we will be able to manage that culture change more easily and realize the benefits of a digital RTP process.”
-Natalie Bersig, Director of Faculty Affairs / California State University, Long Beach
This Webinar was recorded on Wednesday, June 23, 2021
White Paper: The Faculty Information System
Read the updated 2020 edition of our popular white paper to find out:
- Why build for faculty first?
- What colleges and universities stand to gain by supporting and studying faculty work with a modern, digital-first system
- The six specific elements of higher education faculty information