FacultyRow is rapidly becoming the place of conversation among the best faculty in the United States. - Super Professor David A. Schultz (2013)
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 30th, 2013 (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
"Super Professors" launched in December 2011 by the leading network site for academics, FacultyRow.com, is gaining recognition from academics, by giving it back to them.
The FacultyRow network has grown consistently since its inception and currently has over 103,000 members in 92 countries. (Source Google Analytics.) With Super Professors being supported by the FacultyRow platform, it has become a resource for the achievements of leading scholars and their areas of expertise.
Super Professors are a peer reviewed group of expert academics that consistently demonstrate excellence, passion, and clarity. "Technology will begin to stratify academia" according to FacultyRow expert Steven Lewis (2013.) We are convinced that leading educators, or Super Professors, will become increasingly valuable going forward."
Currently there are 8,000 professors with pending applications for the official 2013 list of Super Professors. The premier 2013 list of Super Professors is published on FacultyRow's Website and is distributed to several major learning institutions and in the public and private sectors.
Super Professors is recognized by traditional academic institutions as well as several emerging technology entities looking to change the landscape of academia. Many Individuals have begun acknowledging Super Professors as independent thought leaders.
*The FacultyRow network is dedicated to building academics personal brands and digital presence. Its directors are confident that this will play a key role as traditional education transforms and evolves. FacultyRow also encourages members to share their expert knowledge on current events and breaking news. This is done through existing social media feeds, strategic partnerships, and broadcasts to the entire FacultyRow network.
**In 2012 FacultyRow launched its Expert Crowdsource Solutions Forums. Two notable forums that were conducted can be found on FacultyRow's website. One was for IBM-GBS, the other was for Hurricane Sandy.