In October, members of the UNO faculty will be asked to participate in the 2019 Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) survey, an effort led by the University of California-Los Angeles that UNO participates in every four years.
The survey launches Monday, Oct. 7, and runs through Wednesday, Oct. 23, and is available for faculty whose teaching responsibilities are at .5 FTE or higher. Those invited to participate will be contacted via email from UCLA.
Through the survey, UNO's Office of Institutional Effectiveness will be able to detail areas such as faculty attitudes, workload and instructional practice, which will help shape UNO's long-term planning, support academic accreditation and identify opportunities for improvement. The survey will also help provide comparisons to UNO's peer institutions across the country.
Anyone with questions about the HERI Faculty Survey is asked to reach out to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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