COACHE, based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, is a consortium of institutional leaders working to improve outcomes in faculty recruitment, development, and retention. COACHE developed and administers the COACHE Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey and has published a series of Benchmark Best Practices and Special Reports that feature promising practices from member institutions, including the ways in which COACHE data informed their decisions and strategies.
In spring 2015, the COACHE survey was administered CUNY-wide for the first time. In order to accomplish this, CUNY and the University Faculty Senate worked with COACHE to develop a survey for community college faculty – a first for COACHE. Faculty at all the senior colleges, the Graduate Center and the Law and Journalism Schools and all community colleges except Guttman participated in the survey. Response rates varied from 34% to 65%, with a mean of 47%.
Executive Vice Chancellor and University Provost Vita Rabinowitz presented the CUNY-wide COACHE results to the University Faculty Senate on December 1, 2015. Her presentation is available for download here.
Using COACHE Data: Best Practices across CUNY
We invite you to share the ways in which you are using COACHE data with your colleagues across the university. If you are interested in posting your best practices, advice or guidance to this page, please contact Annemarie Nicols-Grinenko.
- BMCC COACHE Governance Report
- BMCC COACHE Interdisciplinary Activites Report
- BMCC COACHE Research Report
- Brooklyn College COACHE Working Group Reports
- City College Faculty Senate Resolution to Improve the Status of Women
- Diversifying CUNY’s Leadership: A CUNY-Harvard Consortium
- John Jay COACHE Working Group Report
- LaGuardia Community College Faculty Council Report on the 2015 COACHE Survey
- Mid-Career Faculty Fellowship Program
- Moving from Associate to Full Professor
- York College COACHE Report