Save The Date! The 2016 Annual Conferene will take place July 14 – 16, 2016 in Montreal Canada
Overall results of the ModernThink survey question about the diversity of senior leadership match well with results of other research on the makeup of senior leadership at colleges and universities: Women are making some progress, but racial and ethnic minorities are not.
While colleges are divided on the best way to achieve diversity, one message is clear – the student demographic changes sweeping the nation already have a big impact on higher education nationwide, especially as the number of Hispanic and Asian students increases. As a result, colleges are searching for ways to diversify their faculty to Read More »
Which colleges have the best tenure policies or work-life balance? Where can faculty candidates expect to have a better working relationship with their administrators? There’s a survey for that. Now in its eighth year, Great Colleges to Work For® is an annual program that marks an important shift for higher ed, putting larger emphasis on Read More »
Check out the top headlines in higher education news and commentary from around the Web. The Forever Professors Professors are increasingly delaying retirement past the age of 70 or even choosing not to retire at all. Find out why they aren’t retiring (and why it’s bad for the institution). New Standards for Diversity Officers As Read More »
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Yes. Recognized institutions may not publicize their results until July 18, 2016.
No. In order to protect the confidentiality of all participants, you will not have access to your raw data.