Profile Form

The content in this knowledge base is based upon the standard FACULTY180 environment. Your institution may have made changes to configure the FACULTY180 environment to meet your institution's needs; therefore, the screens in your FACULTY180 environment may differ slightly from the knowledge base. For more information, please contact your FACULTY180 administrator.

The Profile Form in FACULTY180 is used by faculty members to input personal data that tends to remain static over time, such as contact information, degrees, credentials, and work experience. Faculty members can update their profile at any time, if allowed by an institution. Faculty members are also reminded on a regular basis to review their profile to make sure it is current. These reminders are displayed in the Action Items section on the Dashboard.

Faculty members can attach transcripts to their degrees in the Degrees section on the Profile Form. The transcripts can then be viewed and deleted as necessary. Administrators can also attach official transcripts to faculty degrees; however, the transcripts are only viewable in limited circumstances as determined by your institution, such as during the use of accreditation reports. 

Faculty members cannot delete transcripts that have been attached to a degree by an administrator unless the faculty member has administrative rights. If your institution wants to upload transcripts for the Degrees section on the Profile Form, please contact Interfolio.

Profile form
To Update data on the the Profile Form

Some sections in the Profile Form are filled in automatically based on information in other forms in FACULTY180.

If you have any questions about your permissions or abilities to edit this information, please reach out to your FACULTY180 administrator at your institution. 

To update the Profile Form, do the following:

  1. On the Navigation bar on the left-side, click Profile.

    The Profile screen displays.
  2. Click the section title to expand the section that you wish to make changes to.
On the Navigation bar on the left-side, click Profile. ile form
  1. Click the Edit icon corresponding to the information you wish to change. (To add information to the Profile Form, click the Add or Edit button).
Click the Edit icon corresponding to the information you wish to change. (To add information to the Profile Form, click the Add or Edit button).
  1. Make the desired changes, then save them at the bottom of the relevant screen. The changes are saved in the Profile Form.
Example Data for Form Fields

We have added examples for fields that may require some clarification.

Personal Information

Name, gender, race, nationality, and biography.

First Name: Jane

Middle Initial: C.

Last Name:  Doe

Suffix: Jr., Sr., etc.

Honorific: Dr., PhD, MD, MSW, etc

Preferred Name Locked:  Yes/No

Gender: (In your own words what is your gender identity?)

Race / Ethnicity: (In your own words what is your race and or ethnicity?)

Country of Origin: France

Languages: French, English

 

Contact Information

Office location, phone, email, address.

Office Number: 100

Office Building: Webster Hall

Street 1: 321 Beno Circle

Street 2:

City: Richmond

State or Province: Virginia

Country: United States

Zip / Postal Code: 23221

Email Address: jane.doe.schooladdress@interfolio.com

Secondary Email: jane.doe.personal@mailprovider.com

Website: my.site.com

Work Phone: (xxx)xxx-xxxx

Home Phone: (xxx)xxx-xxxx

Cell Phone: (xxx)xxx-xxxx

Pager: (xxx)xxx-xxxx

Department Phone: (xxx)xxx-xxxx

Fax Number: (xxx)xxx-xxxx

Emergency Contact: (Name of contact)

Emergency Contact Phone:  (xxx)xxx-xxxx

Current Position

Academic/administrative title, academic rank, tenure status.

Current Academic Rank: Professor

Position Title: Professor Emerita of Music Studies

Degrees

Completed formal education that has resulted in a degree, and degrees in progress.

Degree: B.A., M.A.,PhD., etc.

Discipline: Music

Year: (year conferred/ in progress)

Institution: (Name of granting institution); University of Interfolio etc.

Highest Degree Earned: (is this degree the highest degree yu have earned?) Yes/No

Interests

Course(s) and area(s) within the discipline of significant interest and/or expertise.

Teaching Interests: African-American music, Renaissance music, spirituals, folk songs, choral works, symphonies, classical piano

Research Interests: African-American folk music and music history, Renaissance history

Professional Licensure & Certifications

License granted by state regulatory body (e.g., license to practice law), and certification indicating a specific set of knowledge or abilities (e.g., certification in the computer industry).

Title: Music Teacher Certification

Organization: (Conferring organization);  National Association for Music Education

Year: (Year conferred)

Honors

Honor, award, scholarship, etc.

Title:  (Award title), for example: Alumni Achievement Award

Year: (year conferred), 2010

Organization: University of Chicago

Work Experience

Academic and professional position held-including current academic position.

Position: Assistant Professor of Music

Organization: Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

Years: (1994-1998)

Memberships

Formal membership with professional/academic or community/civic organizations. Do not list service or office held within professional/academic organization here; enter instead as Professional Service in the Workload Form. Do not list service or office held within community/civic organization here; enter instead as Community Service in the Workload Form.

Organization: Black American Music Association

Years: 1970-Ongoing

Biography

Example: An acclaimed pianist, scholar, and expert on the history of African-American music, Eileen Southern is credited with documenting and preserving musical traditions that had been all but ignored by the academic world. At a time when many people thought that jazz and blues was all there was to African-American music, Southern showed that, from the early 1600s, black people in America created a richly diverse body of music ranging from spirituals and folks songs to choral works and symphonies.