Faculty and Staff Reports and Historical Information


Salary Data

GTA/GRA/GA Salary and Demographics ( pdf | xls )

Service Code Data ( pdf | xls )

COACHE Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey, September 2012 (.pdf)

COACHE (Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education) is a faculty satisfaction survey project of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The original survey was developed in 2003. It was administered in 2005, and again in 2008 and 2011. The report link below displays the results of the 2011 survey. COACHE originally designed the survey to assess the satisfaction of pre-tenured faculty across the country, but the 2011 version included tenured faculty, as well as a small sample of non-tenure track faculty.

The survey assessed the level of satisfaction felt by faculty members across 10 areas:

  1. Nature of work (research, teaching, and service)
  2. Facilities and resources
  3. Personnel and HR policies
  4. Interdisciplinary work
  5. Collaboration
  6. Mentoring
  7. Promotion and Tenure policies
  8. Leadership (senior, divisional, departmental)
  9. Departmental collegiality, engagement, and quality
  10. Appreciation and recognition