Faculty Feedback from COACHE

81%

of faculty are satisfied with the intellectual vitality of pre-tenure faculty in their department.

87%

of faculty are satisfied with influence they have over the focus of their research, scholarly, or creative work.

80%

of faculty are satisfied with their health benefits.

88%

of faculty agree having a departmental mentor is important.

76%

of faculty are satisfied with the amount of professional interaction with pre-tenure faculty.

79%

of faculty are satisfied with clarity of process for promotion to full professor.

77%

of faculty are satisfied with clarity of tenure process.

88%

of faculty are satisfied with discretion over their course content.

84%

of faculty are satisfied with the level of courses taught.

82%

of faculty are satisfied with their teaching schedule.

76%

of faculty agree their department is collegial.

Faculty indicate they need more support for these areas.
Circle graph representing 32 percent satisfaction

Obtaining externally funded grants

Circle graph representing 57 percent satisfaction

Laboratory, research, or studio space

Circle graph representing 55 percent satisfaction

Recognition for teaching efforts

Circle graph representing 56 percent satisfaction

Able to balance teaching, research, and service activities

Areas for Improvement

Spousal/partner hiring and flexible workload/modified duties

On-campus childcare

Cultivation of new faculty leaders

Support for faculty to be good mentors

Rewarding interdisciplinary work in promotion, tenure, merit, budgets, and facilities

Last updated: 12/13/2017