Kean University + University of Rhode Island
Faculty Evaluations: Building Efficient Administrative Processes
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 | Noon (ET)
Ongoing budget constraints and the past two years’ challenges require institutions of all sizes to do more with less. Faculty, administrative staff, and software choices are not spared from this necessity.
We know faculty members are focused on the vital work of teaching students, making valuable contributions to their fields, and providing critical service to the institution.
And your professional staff—from faculty affairs, to the provost and dean’s offices, to the departments—provide essential support for that work.
So how can you help build administrative processes that work more efficiently, and support faculty more effectively?
We invite you to our upcoming webinar with Kean University and the University of Rhode Island so you can hear firsthand best practices to re-engage and motivate your faculty and staff with the modern, user-friendly Interfolio platform for faculty evaluations.
Ultimately, institutions that fail to support faculty work with the right technology—rather than just any digital method—will be left behind by those that do.
In this free webinar, you’ll learn:
- Firsthand experience from Kean University and URI about how the specialized Interfolio platform has alleviated administrative burdens for faculty and professional staff.
- The benefits (and struggles) of evolving from an existing digital system, or even moving from a paper process.
- Productive steps to take in the change management process to gain buy-in from (and hours back for) your faculty members across the board.
Lead Information Technologist
University of Rhode Island
Assistant Director for the Office of the Provost and Vice President
Senior Vice President of Marketing
With the Interfolio platform, NYU has significantly enhanced the efficiency and effectiveness of its faculty workflow processes.
In return, the university has seen these benefits unfurl campus wide—such as for faculty, staff, and the Provost Office. Read more about why they adopted and their experience implementing a new system in this case study.