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Faculty Worklife Study: Part Ii Analysis Of Research/Creative Activity, Service Activity, Support, Salary & Healthcare Benefits, Wku University Senate Mar 2002

Faculty Worklife Study: Part Ii Analysis Of Research/Creative Activity, Service Activity, Support, Salary & Healthcare Benefits, Wku University Senate

University Senate

In March 2002, the WKU University Senate Faculty Welfare & Professional Responsibilities Committee surveyed the Western Kentucky University faculty concerning aspects of their jobs. This study was undertaken, in part, due to concern over the number of faculty leaving the university. Of the possible 614 faculty, 367 responded, making the response rate 59.8%. This report outlines and examines the faculty's responses to the research/creative and service activity sections of this survey as well as the sections dealing with support, salary and healthcare benefits.


Resolution - A Sense-Of-The-Senate Resolution Concerning Health Insurance, Wku University Senate Jan 1990

Resolution - A Sense-Of-The-Senate Resolution Concerning Health Insurance, Wku University Senate

University Senate

No abstract provided.


Fsw: 001.1 - Resolution, Wku University Senate Sep 1988

Fsw: 001.1 - Resolution, Wku University Senate

University Senate

Resolution regarding health insurance and the make up of the university insurance committee.


Article - As Costs Rise Some Reduce Insurance, Cindy Stevenson, Wku University Senate Jan 1988

Article - As Costs Rise Some Reduce Insurance, Cindy Stevenson, Wku University Senate

University Senate

Stevenson, Cindy. As Costs Rise Some Reduce Insurance, np, nd.