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Supporting Faculty and One Another: A Message from Kiernan Mathews

April 2, 2020

Over the last several, eventful weeks, the COACHE team and I have been (like you) doing our best to adjust to the demands of working at home and of worrying about loved ones. We try to remind ourselves: “You are not working from home; you are at your home during a crisis trying to work.” We have recognized how privileged so many of us are by our access to our homes, our pantries, our healthcare, our paychecks.

The experience has certainly tested our assumptions about who among us in the academic...

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Upcoming Changes to Research Participation Fees: Improving Equity and Accessibility

March 30, 2020

Fees for participation in COACHE's Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey have remained essentially unchanged since 2011. Over the past decade, we have launched, among other initiatives, new survey modules on academic governance and faculty leadership; a more secure, interactive reporting platform; strategy workshops and institutes; and data use agreements with dozens of scholars making discoveries that benefit the practice of faculty...

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COACHE in the Time of Coronavirus: An Update for our Partners Currently Administering the Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey

March 18, 2020

by Kiernan R. Mathews
Executive Director & Principal Investigator

This post provides details, up to March 18, on the COACHE Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey cycle for approximately 40 colleges and universities. 
 

This is a note of reassurance: we are not asking anything of our partners right now. We appreciate that their attention is deservedly on the most urgent needs of ...

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Updates on Data Use and Dissemination: Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey

April 16, 2019

 

As a research-practice partnership, we work to advance scholarship on the professoriate, academic culture, diversity and equity, and related faculty issues by selectively sharing our survey data with established scholars and their doctoral students, many of whom have published journal articles, books and dissertations analyzing COACHE data. With more than a decade passing since Congress has funded a ...

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