On-Demand Webinar: Modernizing Faculty Affairs Practices at San Diego State University + Tulane University + UMBC
Free Webinar Presented by HERC + Interfolio
What are leading universities doing today to make their faculty affairs practices more equitable and consistent when it comes to recruitment and retention?
And what recent faculty careers trends must academic leaders respond to in the coming 1-2 years?
Watch this free, on-demand webinar presented jointly by the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) and Interfolio, on how San Diego State University, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, and Tulane University support the unique demands of faculty employment in a modern way—and what they’re looking ahead to. This event originally took place on Thursday, November 3 from Noon to 1pm ET.
All three institutions have been using Interfolio for some combination of faculty hiring and faculty tenure/promotion and other evaluations for over seven years. SDSU is a member of HERC and the lead institution of the Southern California HERC. Dr. Reed of UMBC serves on the advisory board for the National and Mid-Atlantic HERC. Tulane uses the full Interfolio Faculty Information System suite.
Campus Director of Inclusive Recruitment
San Diego State University
Regional Director for Southern California HERC Chapter
Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Advisory Board Member, National and Mid-Atlantic HERC
Assistant Provost for Finance and Operations and Chief of Staff
In this free webinar, we addressed:
- Which essential trends academic leaders should be prepared for in the next 1-2 years that affect faculty career journeys
- How these institutions’ choices to run faculty employment processes through Interfolio has influenced the career journey experience for their faculty
- Where peer academic leaders in faculty recruitment and retention should consider focusing their efforts in the coming year
White Paper: Rebuilding Higher Education
Drawing on a direct survey of 600 faculty members and wide contextual research on academic careers in COVID-19 pandemic times, this fresh study from Interfolio and Hanover Research sheds new light on how academic/faculty affairs leaders can best position their institutions for success.