Overall Response Rate: 18% at start of year, 9% in final survey at end of year
Data & Analysis
It is possible to share results if someone is interested, but I do not have the time to clean to make them deidentifiable. This project was too big and I didn't find enough support to allow it to be successful.
Purpose is to provide information to a university committee formed to build a consistent new employee orientation program. Recruiting and retaining talent is part of the strategic plan for the university.
The purpose of the study is to understand the gendered racism among Asian American males. Specifically, I want
to investigate how Asian American men experience racism in a distinct way that is different from men of other races, as well as from Asian American women. Results of this study will be used to develop a new measure to assess the gendered racism among Asian American men.
IU Day is part of a larger student-focused initiative to increase awareness of the importance of private giving. This is paramount as IU steps into its largest fundraising campaign to date.
The survey will target IUB undergraduates and address two research objectives:
• Part 1 (Pre): To explore students’ awareness of, and attitudes about, private giving to IU
• Part 2 (Post): To assess changes in awareness/attitudes after the university’s first IU Day.
Overall Response Rate: 22%
Data & Analysis
Thank you for your help in conducting this student research! Our pre- and post-IU Day study was conducted back in Spring 2016, and I shared the attached report at the time. Please do not share the file outside the approval committee; it is not for public consumption or for posting on the public website. The results have been tapped extensively to guide our advertising and programming with students, and the study was completed on the IUPUI campus the year following. See Page 11 for specific recommendations that guide our programs to this day.
We expect to pursue similar research again in another year or so. In the meantime, we're trying to work with NSSE on an experimental set of questions around student engagement in campus philanthropy.
If questions, please contact:
Angela Tharp, IUF Director of Research & Strategic Partnerships, email@example.com or 812-856-5053
The IU Trustees indicate in the university's mission that we are to provide"outstanding academic and cultural programs and student services." The purpose of this survey is to gather data from current students as one way to meet this objective. Union Board and the Indiana Memorial Union (IMU) both receive funding from the mandatory student fee to provide educational, recreational, cultural, late night, and social programs for students. Responses from this survey will be shared with student leaders and IMU staff in order to make budget and content decisions on future campus events. Results also will be shared with the Committee for Fee Review (CFR) to supplement the justifications for how funding is allocated. The population being surveyed is all undergraduate, graduate, and professional student that contribute to the mandatory student fee.
The purpose of the survey is to understand the satisfaction of RPS dining guests, and to determine what customer feedback can tell RPS on how to improve the dining concepts in the residence halls, academic buildings, etc.
No survey response rate was provided. The survey was open to all meal plan holders and visiting patrons of RPS dining. We have comparison numbers of the total number of people who completed the survey from year-to-year but not a response rate percentage generated from a sample or a particular population.
The survey will assess student and faculty awareness of an important resource on the Bloomington campus for research, teaching, and learning. The IU Libraries are the foundation of excellence in research, education, and to support excellent faculty. The purpose of the survey is to gauge awareness and inform the campaign strategy.
Overall Response Rate: N/A
Data & Analysis
The purpose of the Indiana College Substance Use Survey is to gather information from Indiana college students on their use, consequences, and opinions on alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Subjects must be enrolled in a participating Indiana college/university and must be at least 18 years of age.
This survey is being administered by the Board of Aeons, President McRobbie's student advisory board, as a part of the data collection process for an institutional research project on student behavior/conduct, party culture, and systems of accountability at IU Bloomington. The student input collected from the survey will be analyzed in order to make informed policy recommendations to the President and to other relevant university administrators; these recommendations will address student behavior in a way that aligns with IUB's strategic plan.
The Board is investigating perceptions of all stakeholders (students, faculty, prospective students, parents, alumni, etc.) on student behavior at IUB; we're interested in input from all areas of the student population, and notably freshmen/ individuals who have been through the conduct process.
Overall Response Rate: 24.4%
Data & Analysis
A final student behavior report was never completed. I've attached the powerpoint slide deck the Board used during their presentation to Pres. McRobbie.
This survey is being administered by the Board of Aeons. The student input collected from the survey will be analyzed for policy recommendations to the President and other relevant administrators.
The Board is investigating student use, perception, satisfaction, and desirability of spaces on campus, specifically the IMU.
The survey will be used to further assess the impact of learning communities as they relate to student success and learning. The survey will assist Residential Programs and Services (RPS) and its stakeholders in bringing a successful learning environment to the residential environment. The information will be used to track and improve the learning communities offered at IU. Additionally, it will provide evidence of the value of these communities to our students. The questions within the survey are most relevant to RPS academic services and the academic colleges and departments at IU that partner with RPS. The survey would allow for a more information in conversations regarding which direction programs should take.
Based on the findings from the 2016 SILLP survey, RPS has utilized the findings to examine the how student engagement can improve in the residence halls. Specifically, the results demonstrated the need for RPS to continue to use, even enhance the use of its Residential Curriculum model for this population. While we tend to assume students in learning communities interact more with each other, we needed to do a better job of teaming with our academic partners in improving the student interaction within these communities. We've worked to improve the student engagement opportunities throughout the academic year, particularly trying to sustain the face-to-face contact residents receive when they first arrive to campus through more intention interactions.
This is a perpetual benchmarking survey for fraternity and sorority members. The survey measures perceptions of bystander intervention, alcohol use, hazing, chapter quality, and the overall student experience as a result of membership in an IUB fraternity and sorority. The survey has met IUB/IRB standards and is being administered by most Big Ten schools this fall.
This survey was conducted as part of a capstone project for students taking SPEA-V600 in Spring 2016. The survey was distributed to students taking all of their classes online, regardless of whether they were enrolled in an online program. Students were asked about their reasons for enrolling in online courses, and their level of interest in and perceptions of the usefulness of various types of student services. The students presented their findings (presentation attached) and a summary of the survey data collected prepared by the Office of Online Education is also provided.
The purpose of the survey is to understand students' experiences in the first year of college. Specifically, the survey elicits students responses to understand their thoughts, feelings, academic, and social behaviors they engaged in to navigate this difficult transition to college.
Overall Response Rate: We received 432 completed responses from the 1198 students we sent the survey to, making a response rate of 36%.
IU has signed a contract with GO Express Travel to provide a shuttle bus service between the IUB and IUPUI campuses. The contract specifies the level and quality of service, but IU provides no funding for the service. GO Express Travel hoped to attract enough official business from IU departments to fund the service but the level of service is nowhere near a breakeven point and all the parties are concerned that we may lose the service unless we can generate more interest. IUPUI's Chancellor's Cabinet has asked our steering committee to collect some data on customer satisfaction and to ask employees and students who are not using the service what it would take to attract them.
Indiana University is committed to the highest ethical standards and compliance with the law. The University Compliance Office works with key compliance areas and individuals throughout the university to facilitate collaboration, raise awareness, provide guidance, and address compliance concerns.
In order to gauge progress, we need your insight. We ask for your participation in this three-minute survey. Your responses are confidential and will help identify potential opportunities and concerns.
The survey can be accessed via https://redcap.uits.iu.edu/surveys/?s=87F9WPRATA.
Overall Response Rate: 28.6%
We had 6,600 responses to the Compliance Awareness Survey. It was sent to 23,100 employees directly, although it was also available via the homepage on the University Compliance website.
This survey is part of an NSF funded project “Collaborative Research: Deep Roots: Wide-Spread Implementation of Community-Driven Evidence-Based Pedagogy.” The University of Kansas is the lead institution for this project.
The purpose of this survey is to determine the success of a number of interventions that are intended to improve STEM education, both locally and throughout the U.S. and Canada. At IUB we are working with faculty in Computer Science department for a 3-year period. Working in cohorts, faculty will participate in a series of interventions, including the Course Development Institute and the Transformative Learning Collegium.
The survey data will help us determine how these interventions have transformed the teaching culture with Computer Science, and what effects those transformations may have on other IUB faculty.
Ultimately we want to compare our interventions with those of the 7 other participating institutions that are part of this study and that are members of the Bay View Alliance (BVA). The BVA aims to identify and evaluate more effective ways to foster enhancements of teaching and learning and lead applied research for increasing the adoption of improved teaching methods at universities.
According to the BVA, much is known about teaching approaches that support better student learning. The next challenge is to implement what is known more widely and effectively. The academic department or program is a key unit for implementing and evaluating interventions to improve teaching and learning. Working in a network of similar institutions, and sharing ideas and evidence, increases the opportunity for good ideas to emerge and spread.
• Reasons for being (or NOT being) a current season ticket holder for IU football
• Recall of IU football ads during 2015 year
• Games attended and reasons for NOT attending all home games among season ticket holders
• Motivation to attend more home games in the future
• Satisfaction with game-day experience elements
• Knowledge/engagement with Pinstripe bowl game
• Basic demographic information
This survey is conducted by the Department of Labor. It is designed to collect information on the knowledge, skills, and competencies required for individuals in various occupations. Results of the data collection are used to update a national database on occupations called the Occupational Information Network (O*NET), which is the US primary source of information on jobs.
Overall Response Rate: N/A
Data & Analysis
A committee comprised of faculty from my office and two past presidents of the BFC have been analyzing the data and identifying the main findings from the survey. In addition to providing information on faculty satisfaction at IUB, it also allows us to compare satisfaction of IUB faculty to faculty at some of our peer institutions. I am pleased to say that our faculty feel IUB has many strengths, and most are satisfied with IUB. The data also identify some issues where more work is needed, and we discuss these in the report.
I invite you to read the report: http://vpfaa.indiana.edu/docs/bloomington/Exec%20Summary%202016%20COACHE%20Survey.pdf
We hope you find this report useful and that it stimulates new ideas for making our campus an even more supportive and engaging environment where we can all do our best work.