Strategies for Assessing Climate and for Using Assessment Results

11/10/2014; 74 minutes

Many quantitative and qualitative tools are available to assess workplace climate. Panel members discuss tools that are tailored to academic workplaces, consider the strengths and weaknesses of each, and recommend strategies for disseminating and utilizing the assessment results. In addition, the results of an analysis of race/ethnicity and gender differences among STEM faculty in the experience of workplace climate using a cross-institution sample of COACHE data are presented. Panelists: Kiernan Mathews, Director, and Todd Benson, Associate Director, Surveys and Analysis; Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education; Ala Qubbaj, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, and Professor, Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas-Pan American; Renée Navarro, Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Outreach, and Professor, Anesthesia and Perioperative Care, UC San Francisco; Moderator: Amparo Villablanca, UC Davis School of Medicine. Recorded on 04/23/2014. (#28799)

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