Case Studies

Case Study: Bates College

“Before, the system wasn’t so intuitive that a search committee member could just look at the applications. Now, we have more independence for the search committees. Plus, faculty all over the world can participate. It makes committees more robust because the faculty members don’t have to be on campus to review.”

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Case Study: Haverford College

“This has revolutionized our whole search process. It’s made our confidentiality more rigorous since we don’t have to send emails back and forth, and saves us a lot of time and aggravation.”

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Case Study: Boston College

"Having all of the college’s hiring information in a single location has been an incredible value add for us. ByCommittee has made it possible to streamline our efforts to efficiently evaluate new faculty members to meet the needs of our growing institution.”

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Case Study: London Business School

“We piloted the P&T model for our internal periodic review processes. It is a simple module to use with the main advantages being a place to store paperwork centrally and the ability to set up a workflow. We look forward to rolling it out to our annual review, promotion to full professor, and tenure review processes later this year.”

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Case Study: SDSU

"We've found that for many years the whole process for going up for tenure and promotion has been shaped by the bureaucratic demands of putting together the physical repository of your career achievements. We're excited about moving towards a more digital, accessible solution that allows us to focus on more substantive conversations."

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Case Study: Tulane University

“From a university perspective, being able to log in and see how many active cases we have at a given time is so helpful because we have budgetary considerations tied to promotion.”

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Case Study: The University of Notre Dame

“Recruiting and hiring future colleagues is one of the most critical services a faculty member provides to her institution. The less time that a committee member spends wrestling with a system (or paper), the more time that a committee member can devote to considering the merits of each candidate.”

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