2019 COACHE Report on Faculty Job Satisfaction

In 2019 and 2015, Brooklyn College partnered with the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) to survey tenured and tenure-track faculty about satisfaction across areas of faculty life: teaching, scholarship, service, academic leadership, governance, and work-life balance. As a part of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the COACHE is a research-practice partnership with peer institutions focused on providing strategic insights for the academic workplace.

The survey results provide a snapshot and an occasion for conversation, deliberation, and planning. COACHE explains, “Academic leaders use COACHE results to focus attention, spot successes and weaknesses, and then take concrete steps to make policies and practices more effective and more prevalent.” A COACHE Task Force has been charged to share the results in an open manner and to provide opportunities for faculty engagement to better understand questions raised by the results. May the conversation continue.

To access the COACHE results you will need to log into Blackboard using your CUNYfirst credentials. You will then need to enroll yourself in the COACHE Reports Organization.

Contact Carlos Cruz to request an accessible version of the data/information.

If you would like to add a suggestion for the COACHE Action Plan and/or volunteer to participate in the creation of the COACHE Action Plan, fill out the COACHE Suggestion Form.

Brooklyn. All in.