This survey offers academic affairs administrators unique insights into the faculty experience. The survey captures faculty sentiment with regard to teaching, service and research, tenure and promotion, departmental engagement and collegiality, and other aspects of the academic workplace.
The Faculty Retention & Exit Survey involves COACHE partners in the only comparative study of faculty retentions and departures. The results show the implications of certain policies and offer insight into the causes, costs, and conduct surrounding faculty exit.
Our reporting platforms were custom-built with academic affairs administrators in mind. With built-in disaggregations by tenure status, rank, demographics, and discipline, the out-of-the-box reports are robust and intuitive enough to get your team working on taking action from the data.
Participation in each of our surveys entails a three-year partnership during which institutions have access to our team of researchers, a broader cohort of peer institutions, and access to educational opportunities.
coacheprojectMUST READ for Faculty Affairs Leaders: "Before the Ad: How Departments Generate Hiring Priorities That Support or Avert Faculty Diversity" by @DmoneyL@TCRecord. Includes steps depts take to "thwart subfield conservatism" + elevate
minoritized candidates: t.co/wOjGbrdkqM