The Importance of Teaching at the University of Michigan

Resource Format:
Article/Paper
Resource Description:

This Occasional Paper presents the 2010 U-M Faculty WorkLife Study survey data on teaching. The specific questions addressed here include: How much time do faculty spend working and how is their workload divided among teaching, research and service? What are the challenges that U-M faculty encounter in managing their heavy workloads? How satisfied are faculty with their teaching and their perceptions of the tenure process? Data are presented for all tenured and tenure-track faculty (except those in the Medical School because of the unique character of their work).

Original Publication Year:
2011
Resource Title:
CRLT Occasional Paper: The Importance of Teaching at the University of Michigan
Source:
CRLT
Course Type:
All

This Occasional Paper presents the 2010 U-M Faculty WorkLife Study survey data on teaching. The specific questions addressed here include: How much time do faculty spend working and how is their workload divided among teaching, research and service? What are the challenges that U-M faculty encounter in managing their heavy workloads? How satisfied are faculty with their teaching and their perceptions of the tenure process? Data are presented for all tenured and tenure-track faculty (except those in the Medical School because of the unique character of their work).