As part of the CUNY-wide effort to conduct the COACHE Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey, Guttman Community College will be administering the survey through April 2019.
This site was created as a communication tool to share information and important deadlines with the college community. A taskforce has been working closely with faculty to ensure the seamless administration of the survey.
- Tara Bahl, Assistant Professor
- Nicola Blake, Interim Dean of Faculty Affairs
- Sebastien Buttet, Associate Professor
- Elisa Hertz, Director of the Center for College Effectiveness
- Ayechia Perez-Cruz, Executive Associate to the Provost
Taskforce Communication Plan
The Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education is a research-practice partnership and network of peer institutions dedicated to improving outcomes in faculty recruitment, development, and retention. Under COACHE, more than 250 colleges, universities, and state systems have strengthened their capacity to identify the drivers of faculty success and implement informed changes.
Through over a decade of work with senior faculty administrators, COACHE has a unique understanding of faculty needs and the intricacies of life in the collegiate environment. Based on scholarly literature, interviews with faculty, and focus groups with senior academic administrators, the COACHE Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey was crafted by and for academic affairs individuals.
More information about Harvard Graduate School of Education COACHE.
For information on the University’s COACHE Initiative.