Faculty parents are once again being asked to perform a miracle: Get their students and their own kids through the semester in one piece. Kiernan Mathews offers insights into how many faculty parents might be affected, and invites reflection about what institutions can do to mitigate downstream inequities for these community members.
Professors across institutions are increasingly concerned about the private and public health implications of face-to-face instruction come fall. Kiernan Mathews weighs in on how this debate is also exacerbating existing intergenerational tensions.
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...
As a national research project, COACHE produces numerous reports and key findings on our survey data about what motivates faculty to remain at or depart from an institution. Over the years, COACHE’s research has been highlighted in the media and COACHE staff have been interviewed on faculty matters by Inside Higher Education, The Chronicle of Higher Education and The New York Times, among many other outlets.
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