University Analysis, Reporting, & Assessment 

Faculty Diversity and Globalization Survey

March 31, 2005 April 8, 2005

 

    The following items are intended to assess faculty perception of diversity and globalization in the curriculum at Salisbury University.  Your responses are anonymous and should take only 5 minutes of your time.  You may skip any items that you prefer not to answer.

 

    Please base your responses on YOUR personal experiences at SU.

 

    If you have any questions about this survey, please contact the co-chairs of the Diversity and Globalization Self-Study Working Group - Dr. Grace Clement (ext. 75074) or Dr. Darrell Newton (ext. 36229).  You may also contact the Assistant to the Vice President of Institutional Diversity, Mr. Kevin Carreathers (ext. 36426) or the Director of Institutional Research, Assessment, & Accountability, Mr. Bryan Price (ext. 36023).

 

    First, please provide the following information.  These basic demographics are important because they help us to identify whether your opinions and experiences are similar to other individuals.

 


How long have you been employed by SU? 0-3 years 4-6 years 7-10 years  11 years or more  
Tenure Status Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track    
Rank Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer
Employment Status Full-time Part-time      
School Fulton Henson Perdue Seidel  

Please respond to each item by selecting one response from the following scale:

4 = Strongly Agree 3 = Agree 2 = Disagree 1 = Strongly Disagree

0 = no opinion/not 

relevant to my discipline

  4 3 2 1 0
     (1)  SU considers international programs a priority.
     (2)  Student participation in international programs is important.
     (3)  Faculty participation in international programs is important.
     (4)  SU recognizes the involvement in international programs as important in terms of pay, promotion, and/or tenure.
     (5)  SU's diversity and globalization goals are reflected in campus policies.
     (6)  SU's diversity and globalization goals are reflected in professional development opportunities.
     (7)  SU's curriculum demonstrates the value of diversity and global awareness.
     (8)  SU's curriculum demonstrates sensitivity to other nationalities and their cultures.
     (9)  SU's curriculum demonstrates sensitivity to diversity within the United States.
     (10)  The library's holdings address international awareness and globalization.

Please respond to each item by selecting one response from the following scale:

5 = Always 4 = Often 3 = Sometimes 2 = Seldom 1 = Never

0 = no opinion/not 

relevant to my discipline

  5 4 3 2 1 0
     (11)  I involve students in discussions about international issues and global awareness.
     (12)  I involve students in discussions about diversity and race.
     (13)  In my curriculum and course revisions, I have included additional content and teaching strategies relevant to global awareness.
     (14)  In my curriculum and course revisions, I have included additional content and teaching strategies relevant to diversity and race.
     (15)  In curriculum and course revisions done by my colleagues, they have included additional content and teaching strategies relevant to global awareness.
     (16)  In curriculum and course revisions done by my colleagues, they have included additional content and teaching strategies relevant to diversity and race.
     (17)  Ongoing general education revisions have increased SU's commitment to globalization and diversity issues.

If you have any additional comments you wish to make regarding any of your responses to the previous items, please feel free to include them below:

 

 

 

 

Created by Office of Institutional Research, Assessment, & Accountability
Copyright 2005 [Salisbury University Office of Institutional Research]. All rights reserved.
Revised: May 11, 2006