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The minimum and preferred qualifications should be evaluated in a quantitative way to the greatest extent possible. When additional information is needed from the candidate, it may be gathered in a number of ways: a phone call, email, or even discussions at national meetings. This communication is not deemed an interview (for our purposes, an "interview" is a more formal communication conducted on-campus). It is advisable to have at least two committee members who phone the candidate for this information.
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