University Analysis, Reporting, & Assessment 

Survey of Faculty Extra-Instructional Activity

June 2, 2003 - May 28, 2004 

(The timeframe includes Summer 2003)

In response to an USM discussion to pass the cost of this annual survey back to individual campuses, the Survey of Faculty Extra-Instructional Activity (previously titled Non-Instructional Productivity) is being collected via the web.  Please complete the entire form and submit it electronically to the Office of Institutional Research.  Your responses will be aggregated along with those of your colleagues and submitted to your department chair and Dean and, as per USM directives, to the Board of Regents.  Since the Office of Institutional Research will be processing surveys by a "Survey ID Code" (given to you by the department secretary or chair), the identity of respondents is confined to the departmental level.

Immediately after you "Submit" the survey you will receive a printout of your responses. You may want to place a copy of that report and any supporting materials in your academic portfolio. 

We need 100% participation to accurately demonstrate the depth and breadth of SU faculty extra-instructional activity. In order for us to track participation accurately, please identify yourself on the survey with your assigned "Survey ID Code."   Your code is the four-letter prefix of your department, for instance PSYC for Psychology AND the number assigned to you by your department secretary or chair. In order to track and foster participation, department chairs will receive regular updates of respondents listed by "Survey ID Code." Surveys submitted without an appropriate "Survey ID Code" cannot be processed.    Please respond no later than May 31, 2004.


Please complete the survey below and submit it electronically. Please note that many of the questions ask for approximations. For those questions, an educated estimate is all that is needed--you do not need to be precise.

 

Survey ID Code

(an entry is required in this field)

Academic Department

(Please select one)

Today's Date


1) What was the approximate number of undergraduate advisees assigned to you in AY 2003-04. (Please list an unduplicated number)

2) What was the approximate number of graduate advisees assigned to you in AY 2003-04. (Please list an unduplicated number)


3) Approximately what percent of your designated office hours was spent advising students on academic or classroom related matters?

4) How many student organizations did you actively advise in AY 2003-04?

5) On how many committees did you serve in AY 2003-04? Please do not include any committees that did not meet at least once

Employee Search Committees
Faculty Senate Committees (including Faculty Senator)
University Forum Committees
Other SU Committees or Advisory Councils
USM or Statewide Committees

Please list the committees. 

6) Approximately how many days (please equate every eight cumulative hours of service with a full work day) did you spend in public service with: 

K-12 schools and/or community colleges 
Government agencies
Non-profit organizations
Businesses

(public service may be paid or unpaid; do not include your instructional or related activities in this category)

7) How many new courses did you create in AY 2003-04?

 

8) How many existing courses did you substantially redesign your pedagogy or curriculum in AY 2003-04?

 

9) On how many separate occasions did you collaborate with anyone at SU or another institution in team teaching or preparing course materials/curriculum in AY 2003-04? (Please consider each team taught instance a separate occasion)

 

10) In how many separate instances  in AY 2003-04 did you collaborate with anyone in a scholarly effort that could lead to a presentation, publication, or performance?

11) How many books did you edit, author, or co-author in AY 03-04 that were submitted for publication?

12) How many books did you edit, author, or co-author in AY 03-04 that were published?

If any, please list the titles. 

13) How many refereed works (such as journal articles, poems, short stories, chapters in books, etc.) authored or co-authored by you were submitted for publication to commercial or non-commercial organizations in AY 03-04?

14) How many refereed works (such as journal articles, poems, short stories, chapters in books, etc.) authored or co-authored by you were published by commercial or non-commercial organizations in AY 03-04?

If any, please list the titles. 

15) How many non-refereed works (such as newspaper and magazine articles, book reviews, etc.) authored or co-authored by you were published by commercial or non-commercial organizations in AY 03-04?

If any, please list the titles.

 

16) In how many creative activities (musical, theatrical, and dance performances; art exhibits; recitals; concerts; TV/film/video; etc) did you have a significant role as a composer, choreographer, writer, artist, performer, etc. in AY 03-04?

If any, please list the titles. 

17) How many papers did you present to professional meetings in AY 03-04?

18) On how many off-campus peer review panels and accreditation and certification teams did you serve in AY 03-04?

19) How many manuscripts did you read/review for professional journals, conferences, and presses in AY 03-04?

20) On how many professional journals did you serve as editor, area or associate editor, or as a member of their editorial boards in AY 03-04?

If any, please list the journals. 

21) In how many professional associations did you hold an office in AY 03-04?

If any, please list the titles. 

22) How many grant proposals for external funding did you submit in AY 2003-04?

 

23) On how many competitive and externally funded research grants and contracts did you serve as a principal investigator in AY 2003-04?

 

24) How many undergraduate senior theses (e.g. senior thesis, recital, art show, and other capstone experiences) did you advise in AY 2003-04?

 

25) How many graduate theses did you advise in AY 2003-04?

 

26) Are there any other extra-instructional activities you would like to detail?

27) Do you have any additional comments?

28) Although there may never be a good time, when would you prefer to receive and complete the survey next year?

 

 


Created by Bryan Price
Copyright 2004 [Salisbury University Office of Institutional Research]. All rights reserved.
Revised: May 11, 2006