How to organize an On-Campus Interview ?

Round 1:Preparing for Faculty On-Campus Interviews

Making a great impression versus making a good impression is reflected in the amount of work we put in the details. This is why it is essential that a campus visit plan is developed for every candidate invited to the University of Florida. The plan should include the big events of the visit, such as when the candidate is meeting with the search committee and the place and time of his or her seminar.

Round 2:CREATING A CAMPUS VISIT PLAN



Making a great impression versus making a good impression is reflected in the amount of work we put in the details. This is why it is essential that a campus visit plan is developed for every candidate invited to the University of Florida. The plan should include the big events of the visit, such as when the candidate is meeting with the search committee and the place and time of his or her seminar.

Round 3:ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE CANDIDATE

In addition to the necessary meetings during the interview visit, ask the candidate if there are special interests that she or he would like to learn more about during the visit. Consider facilitating meetings with realtors, affinity groups, setting up a campus tour, a library tour, or meeting with faculty outside the department that have similar research interests as the candidate.

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