First-of-its-kind shared survey to show why faculty leave and at what costs
The University of California’s Office of the President has joined with the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE), a research-practice partnership based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, to launch a faculty exit survey that is the first of its kind.
Given the academy’s struggles to diversify the professoriate and regular media coverage of high-profile, high-cost faculty exits, COACHE and UC recognized that...
A new series of nine white papers released to members this week by the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) offers examples from seventeen colleges and universities whose faculty indicated exceptionally high levels of satisfaction across one or more themes of the organization’s survey benchmarks.
The universities and colleges featured in these benchmark reports are: Binghamton University (SUNY); Christopher Newport University; Fayetteville State University; Hamilton College; College of the Holy Cross; Hobart...
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.
If you would like to speak with COACHE experts on faculty affairs, faculty development, survey research, data use in higher education, or related matters, please contact Lauren Scungio, Marketing and Engagement Manager, at email@example.com or (617) 384-7873