September 21, 2016 / 2:00-3:00 PM EDT
In our September webinar, we’re pleased to shine a light on one of our campus partners, the University of Texas at Austin, and the work they’ve done integrating Interfolio Faculty Search platform into their technical ecosystem. The webinar includes a Q&A portion for other schools who might be curious about improving the flow of faculty data between campus technologies.
We speak with Henry Tijerina III, Web Developer with UT’s Office of the Executive Vice President & Provost. Henry is the mind behind UT’s public job board for faculty positions, an in-house development that automatically pulls information from Interfolio about open academic positions. Since 2014, UT has used Interfolio Faculty Search platform to manage their faculty recruitment process, from advertisement to hire. With Henry’s help, the university is becoming more and more effective at seamlessly and securely sharing information between UT’s in-house systems, Interfolio Faculty Search, and other 3rd-party technology.
Joining Henry is Interfolio’s Vice President for Product and Technology, Scott Varho. Scott oversees the teams that design and build our academic software, striving to ensure Interfolio brings out the right technology at the right time in the right way. Scott keeps a close eye on what problems need solving on our partner campuses, what other systems universities are using, and the best ways for different tools to cooperate.