Web-based survey designed to gauge the level of use and satisfaction among members of the MSU community related to services provided by University Services.
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On behalf of the Office of the Provost, OSR conducted a web-based survey of all female tenure stream faculty at MSU to assess the leadership needs and interests of faculty and to assess challenges women face when aspiring to leadership roles.
A college-wide web survey of faculty, staff, and students to assess specific aspects of the work environment, such as climate, diversity and civility to determine areas in need of improvement and to guide short, medium and long-term program and policy decisions. The survey will be conducted again in the spring of 2016.
A division-wide employee engagement survey to identify areas in need of improvement and to assist RHS in creating short, medium and long-term goals. This was a mixed mode survey using both web and self-administered surveys.
A telephone survey of MSU faculty and academic specialists to evaluate interest in a university based faculty health care center. Conducted on behalf of The Faculty Health Care Council.
A web-based multi-year study conducted on behalf of the Vice President for Human Resources to gauge the level of use and satisfaction of the MSU community related to services provided by Michigan State University’s Human Resources (HR) Department.
The Office for Survey Research provides evaluation and research service to MSU’s Central Administrative Offices and to Deans, Directors, and Chairperson’s across all of MSU’s degree granting colleges.
Web-based surveys with students, faculty, and staff to determine the effectiveness of the SAFE (Sexual Assault First-year Education) e-learning and SARV (Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence) Prevention Program for MSU students and the RVSM (Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct) Policy e-learning for MSU faculty and Staff.