Examining Supportive Environments for Faculty with Disaggregated Results

Examining Supportive Environments for Faculty with Disaggregated Results

Christen Priddie–Finding ways to support faculty members is important for understanding how institution leaders can improve faculty experiences. Often, researchers conducting studies on faculty members present aggregated results, as if they are a monolithic group but disaggregated information suggests otherwise. In our session, “Support by any other name: Disaggregating supportive environments for faculty” presented at the 2018 Assessment Institute conference, researchers analyzed data from the […]

What About Graduating Seniors with Unconventional Career Plans?

What About Graduating Seniors with Unconventional Career Plans?

Angie Miller– Millennials expect many job changes, are more open to self-employment as part of the “gig economy” and want flexible hours and professional development opportunities (Gianniris, 2018).  With most of today’s graduating college students being millennials, a natural question is how their immediate and long-term career plans align with this supposed pattern. Using data from over 35,000 seniors at 145 institutions, NSSE’s Senior Transitions Topical […]