University Climate Survey
K-State 2025 calls for "a work environment that encourages creativity, excellence, and high morale in faculty and staff, responds to changing needs, embraces diversity, values communication and collaboration, and is respectful, trusting, fair and collegial for all." It envisions a connected diverse, empowered, engaged, participatory culture of learning and excellence that promotes undergraduate student success and prepares students for their professional, community, social and personal lives. It also calls for a culture of excellence that attracts highly talented, diverse graduate students and produces graduates recognized as outstanding in their respective professions.
As the university moves towards 2025, periodic climate surveys will be implemented, with the first scheduled for fall 2014. While K-State has conducted or participated in climate surveys in the past, this will be the first comprehensive climate survey including faculty, staff and students.
Learn more by reading the Frequently Asked Questions.
3:30-4:30 p.m., April 7, Little Theatre, K-State Student Union
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Consultant Sue Rankin, Rankin & Associates Consultants, shared an overview of the project and answered questions. The informational forum was open to all K-State faculty, staff and students on all three campuses. For those who could not attend in person the forum was streamed live. View the archive.
A University Climate Survey Committee has been charged to oversee this initiative. Dr. Susan Rankin, Rankin & Associates Consulting, will serve as the outside consultant to the project.
Your questions and comments are very important as we move through this process. Please share by contacting University Climate Survey Committee co-chairs, Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Ruth Dyer (email@example.com; 2-4041) or Professor Tom Vontz (firstname.lastname@example.org; 2-5927).