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University Hall

Room: 3340
Mail Stop 939
Phone: 419.530.2738
Fax: 419.530.4496

provost@utoledo.edu

FACULTY 180

FACULTY 180

For Faculty 180 assistance,
questions or training contact:
Dr. Bill Ayres
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
faculty180@utoledo.edu 
419.530.2755

Founded by professors at Morehead State University, Faculty180 is a web-based faculty activity reporting databases system. Scholarship, teaching and service activities are input into the database eliminating the need for faculty to maintain binders and paper files.

The University of Toledo will be joining other Ohio public state universities such as the University of Akron, Kent State University and Miami University is utilizing Faculty180 as a repository for faculty activity at the University.

With the 2017-2018 academic year, candidates for tenure and/or promotion will be reviewed using Faculty180. Training and support will be overseen by the Provost Office. 

Faculty 180 Login Page


Click Here to register for Faculty 180 User Training

TRAINING MATERIALS

Faculty 180 User Training Session – Video Presentation

Faculty 180 Evaluator Training Session - Video Presentation

Profile Form and Activity Form Handout

The Profile Form 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. Faculty members are also reminded on a regular basis to review their profile to make sure it is current.

The Activity Form is used by faculty members to keep track of their professional activities, including the following:

  • Advising load at the undergraduate and graduate levels 
  • Information about students being supervised by the faculty member 
  • Professional and creative works that are pending and/or complete 
  • Pending and funded internal and external grants
  • Participation in standing committees, and other service to academic institutions and professional organizations 
  • Professional development, including conferences, training, and continuing education 
  • Professional consultation provided by the faculty member

 

Last Updated: 12/13/17