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Campus Climate Survey Results

Published: Jun 21st, 2016

The University of Florida has released the results of last fall’s survey of faculty and staff to better understand the campus work environment and the relationships of its members within the UF community.

June 14 Town Hall Meeting: Faculty and Staff Climate Survey Results

Published: Jun 13th, 2016

On June 14, a representative from Rankin & Associates — the consulting firm engaged to coordinate the survey — will be on campus to discuss high-level summaries of the findings from a university-wide perspective. A report of these findings also will be available on the survey website once it is provided to UF in June.

UF Faculty and Staff Climate Survey results coming this June

Published: Apr 12th, 2016

n June, the University of Florida will receive a report outlining high-level summaries of the findings from the UF Faculty and Staff Climate Survey conducted last fall by the independent consulting firm of Rankin & Associates.

Climate Survey yields 36 percent response rate from faculty and staff

Published: Dec 4th, 2015

The UF Faculty & Staff Climate Survey, designed to help determine how well the university fosters a sense of belonging for its faculty and staff, opened on Tuesday, Oct. 27, and closed on Friday, Nov. 27, with an overall response rate from faculty and staff of 36.4 percent—although a few more paper surveys are expected to be received this week.

Faculty and Staff Climate Survey available through November 17

Published: Nov 12th, 2015

On October 27, President W. Kent Fuchs and Council on Diversity Chair Ron Anderson announced the launch of the University of Florida Faculty-Staff Climate Survey. Found online at https://rankinsurveys2.com/ufl, the survey will be available for completion through November 17.

A Better UF: Faculty and Staff Climate Survey

Published: Oct 29th, 2015

In a letter dated October 27, UF President W. Kent Fuchs addressed the campus community to announce the Faculty and Staff Climate Survey. As Dr. Fuchs said, “Creating and maintaining such an exceptional community is one of the aspirational goals developed by the University Task Force on Goal-Setting to help guide us forward for the next five to 10 years, and we wholeheartedly endorse it.”

The full text of the letter is available here.