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New Reports from COACHE Direct College Leaders to Understand, Support Faculty Workplace

May 21, 2014

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...

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Inside Higher Ed: "Mothering at Mid-Career: COACHE and Associate Professor Satisfaction"

June 4, 2012

by Libby Gruner

When I saw Scott Jaschik’s piece today about unhappy associate professors, my first thought was, haven’t we already discussed this? Well, yes, we have! Apparently associate professors have been “standing still” for quite some time—at least since the MLA released its report on the rank in 2009, and probably longer.... Read more about Inside Higher Ed: "Mothering at Mid-Career: COACHE and Associate Professor Satisfaction"

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