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Faculty Climate Surveys

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Faculty Climate Surveys

Climate surveys are useful for measuring progress towards diversity and inclusion. Faculty climate surveys were conducted at Texas A&M University in 2013 and 2015. ADVANCE played an active role in the development, analysis, and distribution of faculty climate surveys that were conducted at Texas A&M University in 2012 and 2015.

2015 Faculty Climate Survey Presentation.  This slide presentation explains the importance of the faculty climate survey and how units should use the results. Each college and department received data for their unit. More information about these surveys can be found on the Faculty Climate Surveys page.

Diversity Survey Menu.  This document includes survey items that are recommended by the ADVANCE Social Science Studies Team for inclusion on any TAMU Diversity survey. The team recommends that all diversity surveys contain at least one sclae from each of the overarching sections: Demographics, Climate Assessment, Inappropriate Behavior, and Outcomes. 

The next campus-wide climate survey is scheduled for 2020.