An Analysis of CSU Faculty and Chairs' Perceptions of Faculty Performance
During the 2005 spring semester, all full-time faculty (N = 917) and department chairs (N = 118) from the four state universities comprising the Connecticut State University System were surveyed to determine what factors they consider important in making personnel decisions (e.g., tenure, promotion in rank, and reappointment) regarding full-time faculty within their departments. We hypothesized that there would be dissonance between these two cohorts in at least five of the 21 factors gathered from the literature.
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