Interfolio Update

WUSM anticipates that all FY25 annual reviews will be conducted through Interfolio. To accomplish this, WUSM Faculty should prioritize entering work completed in the last year into the Interfolio Faculty Activity Reporting (FAR) Module.

In January 2024, WUSM began using Interfolio, a software system for compiling and storing faculty information. We have reached a significant milestone in our effort to streamline and enhance the efficiency of the annual review and promotion process. Interfolio’s Faculty Activity Reporting (FAR) module will replace WUPS for generating faculty CVs at WashU. For their annual review, faculty will enter data that will be used to generate a WashU-formatted CV. WUSM Faculty and Administrators can access live recorded training sessions at it.wustl.edu/items/interfolio.

INTERFOLIO CV SECTION HEADERS

The following CV Section Headers are available for use in Interfolio when building the WUSM-approved CV.

The CV built in Interfolio replaces the previous WUSM CV format. The new Interfolio format includes additional headers to accommodate the revised APGAR requirements.

These headers will automatically generate as field names when entering information into Interfolio.

Headings Order for Standard CV for Promotions & Tenure

PROFILE SECTION

  • Personal Information
  • Contact Information
  • Present Position
  • Education
  • Professional Training
  • Academic Rank and Promotion History
  • Employment History
  • Present Clinical Title and Responsibilities
  • University, School of Medicine and Hospital Appointments
  • Leadership Positions
  • Narrative (Interests)
  • Professional Licensures
  • Certifications
  • Military Experience

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This section is entered into Interfolio and can be included on the CV as desired. This section must be completed in Interfolio for Annual Review and/or the Promotions and Tenure process.

ACTIVITY HEADERS FOR CV

  • Honors and Awards
  • Editorial and Review Responsibilities
  • Washington University Service Contributions
  • Service to Other Universities
  • Memberships in Professional Societies
  • External Panels, Committees, and Boards
  • Consulting Relationships
  • Community Outreach and Volunteer Activities
  • Teaching
  • Curriculum Development
  • Grants
  • Faculty Mentoring
  • Trainee Mentorship and Sponsorship
  • Presentations and Lectureships
  • Scholarly Contributions