Faculty Equity Means More than Just Racial and Gender Equity in Hiring and Promotion
Is your institution focused on improving equity in all its forms?
Hear how Queens College, CUNY and University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce are doing just that.
As institutions pursue faculty racial and gender equity in faculty hiring and promotion, it’s important that institutions also address inequities that have garnered less attention.
This includes having review, promotion, and tenure policies and practices that do not place an undue burden on certain disciplines and ensuring that workloads are equitable across faculty members of different ages, genders, and ethnicities.
This eBook looks at these types of inequities — and how Queens College, CUNY and Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce are partnering with Interfolio to address pains such as:
- Faculty and staff time being spent on entering, double-checking, formatting, and reporting on activity data—instead of more impactful work
- Logistical burden(s) of the promotion, reappointment, annual review, and other professional evaluation processes
- Data privacy related to letters of recommendation, professional evaluations, and more
- Lack of transparency for leadership around status of reviews, career milestones, and timelines
- And other critical academic concerns.
If you are a Provost or faculty affairs leader hoping to better support the success of your faculty members, you’ll want to take a look at this eBook.