Coach Survey Report
The COACHE survey report provides a comparison of Baylor’s survey results to a “cohort” of 110 COACHE partners who identify as generally similar. A complete list of the schools in this “cohort” is available in the appendix of the Report Preview that is downloadable from this page. In addition, a group of five “peers” was selected to represent a comparison set of those most similar to Baylor in the faculty labor market. Those “peer” universities include: Emory University, Georgetown University, Saint Louis University, Tulane University, and Vanderbilt University. For questions about the survey or the Report Preview, please contact COACHE@baylor.edu.
A few key highlights of the COACHE findings include:
2020 COACHE Faculty Survey Response Rates
Satisfied with Time Spent on Research
Satisfied with Time Spent on Service
Satisfied with Time Spent on Teaching
Areas singled out as "Concerns" at Baylor include:
Areas singled out for "Best Aspects" of Baylor include:
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Oct. 13, 2020
COACHE Faculty Satisfaction Survey Results
Earlier this year, you were invited to participate in the COACHE Faculty Satisfaction Survey designed and administered by Harvard University to help assess areas at Baylor that impact faculty satisfaction, such as research, service, teaching, facilities, resources, policies, benefits, collaborative work, mentoring, tenure and promotion, leadership, institutional governance, shared governance, collegiality, and recognition. We want to say “thank you.”
Feb. 25, 2020
Baylor's Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey - COACHE
One of Baylor’s highest priorities is the satisfaction and success of its faculty. To reach that goal, we must continuously strive to understand areas of faculty success and faculty concern and work together to find solutions, processes and procedures that support improvement.
Feb. 6, 2020
Helping Our Faculty Flourish through Participation in the COACHE Job Satisfaction Survey
Early next week, you will be invited to participate in an important faculty survey that will help us better understand faculty job satisfaction – areas of faculty concern, areas of success, and challenges facing our faculty as a whole. This survey is part of a national research partnership called the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE), which has been operating from the Harvard Graduate School of Education since 2003.
Feb. 5, 2020
Baylor Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey
Begins February 10 Full-time Baylor faculty have the opportunity to complete the COACHE Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey which will be used to obtain actionable data about the conditions, environment, policies and practices that support the best faculty work.