Academic Climate Survey in the Faculty Newsletter
This fall, we introduced the Academic Climate Survey (ACS) in the pages of the Faculty Newsletter, and have been invited to share some early observations of faculty data with FNL readers. We are grateful to all the members of the MIT community who took the time to share their experiences with us in the Academic Climate Survey (ACS). A response rate of nearly 70% is an indication that the topic of workplace climate in academic departments and research units is important to MIT faculty. The public report of overall results from the ACS can be found on the Institutional Research website.
Read more on the FNL website: http://web.mit.edu/fnl/volume/314/schwarz_snover.html
NOTE: A formatting error by the FNL flipped the legend for the graphic on the back page of the print edition of the March/April 2019 issue (Vol. XXXI No. 4). The figure is correct on the online version of the FNL linked above and the IR website (ir.mit.edu/acs-2018).