UFF-FAU

United Faculty of Florida-Florida Atlantic University Chapter

  • May
    11

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    11

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  • Apr
    9

    The New York Times: The Real Reason College Tuition Costs So Much

    “… the average salaries of the people who do the teaching in American higher education are actually quite a bit lower than they were in 1970.”

    “… a major factor driving increasing costs is the constant expansion of university administration.”

    “…there are no valid arguments to support the recent trend toward seven-figure salaries for high-ranking university administrators, unless one considers evidence-free assertions about “the market” to be intellectually rigorous.”

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  • Mar
    17

    The membership meeting and election will be on Friday, March 27 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Majestic Palm Room in the Student Activity Center.

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  • Mar
    17

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  • Jan
    16

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  • Jan
    10

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  • Dec
    31

    What is the cost of university football?

    The New York Times:

    Fears Rise Over Wealth Gap as Top College Conferences Push Overhaul

    Why do university football programs fail?

    ESPN:

    Why UAB’s Football Team Couldn’t Even Last 20 Years

    Is FAU making a good bet on football?

    Palm Beach Post:

    Losing record, sparse attendance complicate FAU’s big bet on football

    FAU wrong type of school to have college football team?

    Palm Beach Post – Letter to the Editor

    POINT OF VIEW: FAU wrong type of school to have college football team

    FAU Board Member Defends Football Program

    Palm Beach Post – Letter to the Editor

    POINT OF VIEW: Attracting best, brightest students is key for FAU

     

     

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  • Nov
    2

    Below is a very brief summary of the results of this year’s Administrator Survey. The university was in a transition period when the survey was given this Spring so President Kelly and Deborah Floyd, Dean of the Graduate College, were not evaluated. Regardless, over 200 faculty responded to the survey.survey

    Few people seem to know Associate Provosts Abate (Broward) or Watlington (Northern Campuses) nor what they do (This seems to be consistent from year to year):

    Representative comments for Associate Provost Abate:

    • Provide more support. Visit and get to know the faculty and the issues they face – he seems to be largely absent.
    • Don’t know anything about his leadership or management. Never heard of this person.

    Representative comments for Associate Provost Watlington:

     Completely incompetent, invisible, useless. She should be removed and the position closed – there is no need for her. She also talks to everyone like they’re three year olds.
     She is not present or visible in the colleges in Jupiter, most do not know her as she never comes to our meetings.

    Using the question “Dean _____ is a good administrator” as an indicator, it appears that Deans Coltman ( A & L) and Gropper (Business) are the most polarizing administrators with 48% and 38% agreeing or strongly agreeing, respectively while 44% and 39% disagree or strongly disagree, respectively.

    In response to the same question, Deans Illyas (Engineering) and Carter (Design and Social Inquiry) received the most negative responses with 48% and 61% disagreeing or strongly disagreeing, respectively.

    Representative comments for Dean Illyas:

    • Uncharismatic, non-leader with no vision for the college. Just a seat filler with no ideas of how to lead.
    • It would be helpful if the Dean would be more proactive and assertive. He seems to try to wait out some very serious issues, letting them fester and affect morale, rather than face them head on.
    Representative comments for Dean Carter:

    • Dr. Carter submitted her resignation last year. She is ready to retire. Has lost confidence of faculty and staff. Time for a change.
    • Dean Carter has shown over the years, way too many, that she is unfit for the function of dean. Her ways to manage the college are questionable, disrespectful and unacceptable.

    Provost Perry and Deans Smith (Nursing) and Ivy (Interim, Science) garnered the most positive responses with 50%, 62% and 80% agreeing or strongly agreeing, respectively.

    Representative comments for Provost Perry:

    • Gary Perry’s service as Interim Provost has contributed greatly to the significant challenge
    of restoring the University community’s faith in upper administration. The new president
    has much to gain by asking Perry to stay on as provost.
    • Because he was Dean of the College of Science, he knows FAU and its history intimately and is sympathetic with the faculty.

    Representative comments for Dean Smith:

    • Under the leadership and support of Dean Smith, the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing has increased external funding that has been awarded to faculty that support both programs and research. The College was very successful with obtaining reacreditation from CCNE. The College has also seen an increase in diversity among the faculty.
    • Dean Smith’s door is always open. She is approachable and cares about the faculty.
    Representative comments for Interim Dean Ivy:
    • I have little direct interaction with him, and even that is rather superficial. If there are no problems, then no news is good news.
    • Our dean is in an interim role. Consequently, he has been learning a tough job that he may or may not keep.

    ANTHONY ABATE, ASSOCIATE PROVOST OF BROWARD CAMPUSES Associate Provost of Broward Campuses ANTHONY ABBATE is a good administrator. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A BROWARD CAMPUS.)

    6

    20%

    5-Strongly Agree

    5

    17%

    4-Agree

    5

    17%

    3-Neutral

    1

    3%

    2-Disagree

    1

    3%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    12

    40%

    0-Do Not Know
    Associate Provost ABBATE uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A BROWARD CAMPUS.)

    4

    15%

    5-Strongly Agree

    3

    12%

    4-Agree

    7

    27%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    1

    4%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    11

    42%

    0-Do Not Know
    Associate Provost ABBATE keeps faculty informed about decisions. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A BROWARD CAMPUS.)

    3

    12%

    5-Strongly Agree

    3

    12%

    4-Agree

    5

    20%

    3-Neutral

    3

    12%

    2-Disagree

    2

    8%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    9

    36%

    0-Do Not Know
    Associate Provost ABBATE ensures that campus fiscal resources are appropriately allotted and expended. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A BROWARD CAMPUS.)

    4

    17%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    17%

    4-Agree

    5

    21%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    1

    4%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    10

    42%

    0-Do Not Know
    Associate Provost ABBATE is competent in overseeing daily campus operations. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM BROWARD CAMPUSES.)

    6

    25%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    17%

    4-Agree

    2

    8%

    3-Neutral

    1

    4%

    2-Disagree

    1

    4%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    10

    42%

    0-Do Not Know
    Associate Provost ABBATE is an effective leader who promotes the development of the campus. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A BROWARD CAMPUS.)

    6

    24%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    16%

    4-Agree

    3

    12%

    3-Neutral

    2

    8%

    2-Disagree

    1

    4%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    9

    36%

    0-Do Not Know
    OVERALL, Associate Provost ABBATE is: (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A BROWARD CAMPUS.)

    5

    22%

    5-Excellent

    3

    13%

    4-Above Average

    6

    26%

    3-Average

    1

    4%

    2-Below Average

    0

    0%

    1-Poor

    8

    35%

    Do Not Know
    ELLIAH WATLINGTON, ASSOCIATE PROVOST OF NORTHERN CAMPUSES
    Associate Provost of Northern Campuses ELIAH WATLINGTON is a good administrator. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A NORTHERN CAMPUS.)

    4

    19%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    19%

    4-Agree

    1

    5%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    4

    19%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    8

    38%

    0- Do Not Know
    Associate Provost WATLINGTON uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A NORTHERN CAMPUS.)

    2

    10%

    5-Strongly Agree

    6

    30%

    4-Agree

    1

    5%

    3-Neutral

    1

    5%

    2-Disagree

    3

    15%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    7

    35%

    0- Do Not Know
    Associate Provost WATLINGTON keeps faculty informed about decisions. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A NORTHERN CAMPUS.)

    3

    16%

    5-Strongly Agree

    6

    32%

    4-Agree

    0

    0%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    4

    21%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    6

    32%

    0- Do Not Know
    Associate Provost WATLINGTON ensures that campus fiscal resources are appropriately allotted and expended. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A NORTHERN CAMPUS.)

    2

    10%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    20%

    4-Agree

    1

    5%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    3

    15%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    10

    50%

    0- Do Not Know
    Associate Provost WATLINGTON is competent in overseeing daily campus operations. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM NORTHERN CAMPUSES.)

    4

    20%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    20%

    4-Agree

    0

    0%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    3

    15%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    9

    45%

    0- Do Not Know
    Associate Provost WATLINGTON is an effective leader who promotes the development of the campus. (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A NORTHERN CAMPUS.)

    3

    15%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    20%

    4-Agree

    2

    10%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    3

    15%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    8

    40%

    0- Do Not Know
    OVERALL, Associate Provost WATLINGTON is: (PLEASE ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE FROM A NORTHERN CAMPUS.)

    3

    15%

    5-Excellent

    5

    25%

    4-Above Average

    1

    5%

    3-Average

    2

    10%

    2-Below Average

    2

    10%

    1-Poor

    7

    35%

    0- Do Not Know
    BARRY ROSSON, GRADUATE COLLEGE DEAN
    Graduate College Dean BARRY ROSSON consults faculty/staff before making important decisions.

    5

    4%

    5-Strongly Agree

    10

    7%

    4-Agree

    16

    11%

    3-Neutral

    20

    14%

    2-Disagree

    59

    42%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    30

    21%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean ROSSON upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere.

    8

    6%

    5-Strongly Agree

    14

    10%

    4-Agree

    26

    19%

    3-Neutral

    18

    13%

    2-Disagree

    43

    31%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    28

    20%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean ROSSON uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner.

    4

    3%

    5-Strongly Agree

    9

    7%

    4-Agree

    20

    15%

    3-Neutral

    14

    11%

    2-Disagree

    55

    41%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    31

    23%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean ROSSON is a good administrator.

    8

    6%

    5-Strongly Agree

    6

    5%

    4-Agree

    20

    15%

    3-Neutral

    15

    11%

    2-Disagree

    57

    43%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    27

    20%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean ROSSON effectively leads University Graduate education programs and faculty.

    6

    5%

    5-Strongly Agree

    11

    8%

    4-Agree

    21

    16%

    3-Neutral

    14

    11%

    2-Disagree

    52

    39%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    29

    22%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean ROSSON competently administers Graduate College operations.

    7

    5%

    5-Strongly Agree

    9

    7%

    4-Agree

    20

    15%

    3-Neutral

    19

    14%

    2-Disagree

    50

    37%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    30

    22%

    0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean ROSSON is:

    7

    5%

    Excellent

    8

    6%

    Above Average

    18

    13%

    Average

    13

    9%

    Below Average

    56

    41%

    Poor

    35

    26%

    Do Not Know
     EDWARD PRATT, UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES DEAN
    Undergraduate Studies Dean EDWARD PRATT consults faculty/staff before making important decisions.

    22

    15%

    5-Strongly Agree

    39

    27%

    4-Agree

    18

    13%

    3-Neutral

    16

    11%

    2-Disagree

    12

    8%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    36

    25%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean PRATT upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere.

    28

    20%

    5-Strongly Agree

    46

    33%

    4-Agree

    17

    12%

    3-Neutral

    9

    6%

    2-Disagree

    10

    7%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    31

    22%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean PRATT uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner.

    24

    17%

    5-Strongly Agree

    33

    24%

    4-Agree

    25

    18%

    3-Neutral

    8

    6%

    2-Disagree

    12

    9%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    37

    27%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean PRATT is a good administrator.

    22

    16%

    5-Strongly Agree

    45

    33%

    4-Agree

    20

    14%

    3-Neutral

    10

    7%

    2-Disagree

    9

    7%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    32

    23%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean PRATT effectively leads undergraduate programs and faculty.

    25

    18%

    5-Strongly Agree

    40

    28%

    4-Agree

    24

    17%

    3-Neutral

    11

    8%

    2-Disagree

    10

    7%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    31

    22%

    0-Do Not Know
    Dean PRATT competently administers Undergraduate Studies operations.

    25

    18%

    5-Strongly Agree

    43

    30%

    4-Agree

    20

    14%

    3-Neutral

    11

    8%

    2-Disagree

    10

    7%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    32

    23%

    0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean PRATT is:

    27

    19%

    Excellent

    36

    25%

    Above Average

    27

    19%

    Average

    9

    6%

    Below Average

    10

    7%

    Poor

    34

    24%

    Do Not Know
    GARY PERRY, INTERIM PROVOST (HENDERSON ADDED)
    Interim Provost GARY PERRY is a good administrator. (169 total)

    45

    27%

    5-Strongly Agree

    37 + 2

    23%

    4-Agree

    29 + 3

    19%

    3-Neutral

    11

    7%

    2-Disagree

    16

    9%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    16 + 10

    15%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim Provost GARY PERRY uses faculty governance processes to make decisions. (172 total)

    40

    23%

    5-Strongly Agree

    39 + 3

    24%

    4-Agree

    22 + 2

    14%

    3-Neutral

    14

    8%

    2-Disagree

    20

    12%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    22 + 10

    19%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim Provost GARY PERRY keeps faculty informed about decisions. (169 total)

    42

    25%

    5-Strongly Agree

    39 + 3

    25%

    4-Agree

    23 + 2

    15%

    3-Neutral

    17

    10%

    2-Disagree

    19

    11%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    14 + 10

    14%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim Provost GARY PERRY makes sure that Vice-Presidents and Deans make fair decisions. (168 total)

    33

    20%

    5-Strongly Agree

    22 + 2

    14%

    4-Agree

    15 + 2

    10%

    3-Neutral

    18

    11%

    2-Disagree

    24

    14%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    41 +11

    31%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim Provost GARY PERRY upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere. (165 total)

    41

    25%

    5-Strongly Agree

    49 + 2

    31%

    4-Agree

    22 + 2

    15%

    3-Neutral

    10 + 1

    7%

    2-Disagree

    14

    8%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    14 + 10

    14%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim Provost GARY PERRY is an effective leader who promotes the development of the university. (170 total)

    46

    27%

    5-Strongly Agree

    38 + 3

    24%

    4-Agree

    25 + 2

    16%

    3-Neutral

    12

    7%

    2-Disagree

    18

    11%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    16 + 10

    15%

    0-Do Not Know
    OVERALL, Interim Provost GARY PERRY is: (171 total)

    46

    27%

    Excellent

    33 + 2

    20%

    Above Average

    29 + 3

    19%

    Average

    12

    7%

    Below Average

    20 + 10

    18%

    Poor

    16

    9%

    Do Not Know
    DENNIS CRUDELE, INTERIM PRESIDENT (HENDERSON ADDED)
    Interim President DENNIS CRUDELE makes sure that administrators make decisions fairly and in the best interests of the university. (150 total)

    55

    37%

    5-Strongly Agree

    36 + 3

    26%

    4-Agree

    20 + 2

    15%

    3-Neutral

    3

    2%

    2-Disagree

    8

    5%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    13 + 10

    15%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim President DENNIS CRUDELE makes decisions that are in the best interests of the faculty and professional staff. (150 total)

    54

    36%

    -Strongly Agree

    40 + 4

    30%

    4-Agree

    22 + 2

    16%

    3-Neutral

    3

    2%

    2-Disagree

    8

    5%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    8 + 9

    11%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim President DENNIS CRUDELE upholds academic standards and encourages a scholarly atmosphere. (146 total)

    53

    36%

    5-Strongly Agree

    36 + 3

    27%

    4-Agree

    22 + 2

    16%

    3-Neutral

    1 + 1

    1%

    2-Disagree

    8

    5%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    11 + 9

    15%

    0-Do Not Know
    Interim President DENNIS CRUDELE is an effective leader who promotes the development of the university. (149 total)

    58

    39%

    5-Strongly Agree

    38 + 4

    28%

    4-Agree

    20 + 2

    15%

    3-Neutral

    2

    1%

    2-Disagree

    8

    5%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    8 + 9

    12%

    0-Do Not Know
    OVERALL, Interim President DENNIS CRUDELE is: (149 total)

    55

    37%

    Excellent

    34 + 3

    25%

    Above Average

    25 + 3

    19%

    Average

    2

    1%

    Below Average

    9

    6%

    Poor

    9 + 9

    12%

    Do Not Know

     

     

    1. I.                Arts and Letters: Heather Coltman

     

    Interim Dean Heather Coltman upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere. (total 73)
    23 32% 5-Strongly Agree
    15 21% 4-Agree
     5 6% 3-Neutral
     8 11% 2-Disagree
    21 29% 1-Strongly Disagree
     1 1% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Heather Coltman makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner. (72 total)
    18 26% 5-Strongly Agree
     9 14% 4-Agree
     9 14% 3-Neutral
     5 7% 2-Disagree
    23 32% 1-Strongly Disagree
     5 7% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Heather Coltman uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (70 total)
    24 34% 5-Strongly Agree
     7 10% 4-Agree
     5 7% 3-Neutral
     8 12% 2-Disagree
    21 30% 1-Strongly Disagree
     5 7% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Heather Coltman distributes discretionary money fairly. (73 total)
    16 22% 5-Strongly Agree
    11 15% 4-Agree
    6 8% 3-Neutral
     7 10% 2-Disagree
    19 26% 1-Strongly Disagree
    14 19% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Heather Coltman is a good administrator. (72 total)
    20 28% 5-Strongly Agree
    14 20% 4-Agree
     5 7% 3-Neutral
    11 15% 2-Disagree
    21 29% 1-Strongly Disagree
     1 1% 0-Do Not Know
     Interim Dean Heather Coltman is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit. (73 total)
    24 33% 5-Strongly Agree
    13 18% 4-Agree
    2 3% 3-Neutral
    10 14% 2-Disagree
    22 30% 1-Strongly Disagree
    2 2% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Interim Dean Heather Coltman is: (73 total)
    22 30% 5-Excellent
    12 15% 4-Above Average
     7 10% 3-Average
     7 10% 2-Below Average
    24 33% 1-Poor
    1 2% 0-Do Not Know

     

    Business: Dean Daniel Gropper

     

    Interim Dean Daniel Gropper upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere. (20 total)
    5 25% 5-Strongly Agree
    4 20% 4-Agree
    5 25% 3-Neutral
    1 5% 2-Disagree
    2 10% 1-Strongly Disagree
    3 15% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Daniel Gropper makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner. (18 total)
    4 22% 5-Strongly Agree
    3 17% 4-Agree
    4 22% 3-Neutral
    1 6% 2-Disagree
    2 11% 1-Strongly Disagree
    4 22% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Daniel Gropper uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (17 total)
    3 17% 5-Strongly Agree
    2 12% 4-Agree
    6 35% 3-Neutral
    2 12% 2-Disagree
    2 12% 1-Strongly Disagree
    2 12% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Daniel Gropper distributes discretionary money fairly. (20 total)
    3 15% 5-Strongly Agree
    5 25% 4-Agree
    4 20% 3-Neutral
    1 5% 2-Disagree
    4 20% 1-Strongly Disagree
    3 15% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Daniel Gropper is a good administrator. (19 total)
    4 21% 5-Strongly Agree
    3 17% 4-Agree
    4 21% 3-Neutral
    3 17% 2-Disagree
    2 12% 1-Strongly Disagree
    2 12% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Daniel Gropper is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit. (20 total)
    4 20% 5-Strongly Agree
    5 25% 4-Agree
    3 15% 3-Neutral
    3 15% 2-Disagree
    2 10% 1-Strongly Disagree
    3 15% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Interim Dean Daniel Gropper is: (20 total)
    4 20% 5-Excellent
    5 25% 4-Above Average
    3 15% 3-Average
    3 15% 2-Below Average
    2 10% 1-Poor
    3 15% 0-Do Not Know

     

    Dean Rosalyn Carter, College of Design and Social Inquiry

     

    Dean Rosalyn Carter upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere. (14 total)
    1 7% 5-Strongly Agree
    3 21% 4-Agree
    2 14% 3-Neutral
    1 7% 2-Disagree
    6 44% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 7% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Rosalyn Carter makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner. (13 total)
    1 8% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    3 23% 3-Neutral
    2 15% 2-Disagree
    7 54% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Rosalyn Carter uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (13 total)
    2 15% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 8% 4-Agree
    3 23% 3-Neutral
    2 15% 2-Disagree
    4 31% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 8% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Rosalyn Carter distributes discretionary money fairly. (14 total)
    1 7% 5-Strongly Agree
    3 21% 4-Agree
    3 21% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    5 36% 1-Strongly Disagree
    2 15% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Rosalyn Carter is a good administrator. (13 total)
    1 8% 5-Strongly Agree
    3 23% 4-Agree
    1 8% 3-Neutral
    1 8% 2-Disagree
    7 53% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Rosalyn Carter is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit. (14 total)
    2 14% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 7% 4-Agree
    2 14% 3-Neutral
    3 22% 2-Disagree
    5 36% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 7% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean Rosalyn Carter is: (14 total)
    1 7% 5-Excellent
    1 7% 4-Above Average
    2 14% 3-Average
    2 14% 2-Below Average
    7 50% 1-Poor
    1 7% 0-Do Not Know
     IV: Dean Valerie Bristor, College of Education: (Henderson added in additional column)
    Dean Valerie Bristor upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere. (41 total)
    4 + 2 15% 5-Strongly Agree
    6 + 1 17% 4-Agree
    6 + 6 29% 3-Neutral
    4 +2 15% 2-Disagree
    3 7% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 +6 17% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Valerie Bristor makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner. (40 total)
    6 + 1 18% 5-Strongly Agree
    5 + 2 18% 4-Agree
    6 + 4 25% 3-Neutral
    3 + 1 10% 2-Disagree
    3 7% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 + 9 22% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Valerie Bristor uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (40 total)
    8 20% 5-Strongly Agree
    5 + 1 15% 4-Agree
    6 + 5 27% 3-Neutral
    0 + 2 5% 2-Disagree
    4 + 9 33% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Valerie Bristor distributes discretionary money fairly. (41 total)
    4 + 1 12% 5-Strongly Agree
    8 + 1 22% 4-Agree
    4 + 5 22% 3-Neutral
    2 5% 2-Disagree
    3 7% 1-Strongly Disagree
    3 + 10 33% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Valerie Bristor is a good administrator. (40 total)
    5 + 1 15% 5-Strongly Agree
    9 + 2 27% 4-Agree
    4 + 4 20% 3-Neutral
    1 + 2 8% 2-Disagree
    4 10% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 + 8 20% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Valerie Bristor is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit. (40 total)
    5 + 1 15% 5-Strongly Agree
    5 + 2 17% 4-Agree
    5 + 5 25% 3-Neutral
    2 + 2 10% 2-Disagree
    6 + 1 17% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 + 6 15% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean Valerie Bristor is: (40 total)
    4 10% 5-Excellent
    6 +2 20% 4-Above Average
    6 + 7 33% 3-Average
    2 + 3 12% 2-Below Average
    5 12% 1-Poor
    0 + 5 12% 0-Do Not Know

     

    V: Dean Jeffrey Buller, Honors College:

    Dean Jeffrey Buller upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere. (6 total)
    2 35% 5-Strongly Agree
    2 35% 4-Agree
    1 18% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    1 18% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Jeffrey Buller makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner. (6 total)
    1 17% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 17% 4-Agree
    2 34% 3-Neutral
    1 17% 2-Disagree
    1 17% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Jeffrey Buller uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (5 total)
    1 20% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    2 40% 3-Neutral
    1 20% 2-Disagree
    1 20% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Jeffrey Buller distributes discretionary money fairly. (5 total)
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    2 40% 4-Agree
    0 0% 3-Neutral
    1 20% 2-Disagree
    2 40% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Jeffrey Buller is a good administrator. (5 total)
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    2 40% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    3 60% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Jeffrey Buller is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit.
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 20% 4-Agree
    1 20% 3-Neutral
    1 20% 2-Disagree
    2 40% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean Jeffrey Buller is:
    0 0% 5-Excellent
    1 20% 4-Above Average
    1 20% 3-Average
    1 20% 2-Below Average
    2 40% 1-Poor
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know

     

    V: Dean Mohammad Illyas, College of Engineering and Computer Science:

    Dean Mohammad Illyas upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere. (18 total)
    5 28% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 6% 4-Agree
    5 28% 3-Neutral
    3 17% 2-Disagree
    4 21% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Mohammad Illyas makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner. (18 total)
    4 21% 5-Strongly Agree
    2 11% 4-Agree
    3 17% 3-Neutral
    3 17% 2-Disagree
    6 34% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Mohammad Illyas uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner. (17 total)
    4 23% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 5% 4-Agree
    5 28% 3-Neutral
    1 5% 2-Disagree
    6 34% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 5% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Mohammad Illyas distributes discretionary money fairly. (17 total)
    2 12% 5-Strongly Agree
    4 24% 4-Agree
    4 24% 3-Neutral
    4 24% 2-Disagree
    2 12% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 4% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Mohammad Illyas is a good administrator. (17 total)
    4 24% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 4% 4-Agree
    4 24% 3-Neutral
    2 12% 2-Disagree
    6 36% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Mohammad Illyas is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit. (17 total)
    4 24% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    2 12% 3-Neutral
    5 28% 2-Disagree
    6 36% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean Mohammad Illyas is: (17 total)
    4 24% 5-Excellent
    1 4% 4-Above Average
    0 0% 3-Average
    4 24% 2-Below Average
    7 44% 1-Poor
    1 4% 0-Do Not Know

     

    . Dean William Miller, University Libraries

     

    Dean William Miller upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere.
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    2 67% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    1 33% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 % 0-Do Not Know
    Dean William Miller makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner.
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    0 0% 3-Neutral
    2 67% 2-Disagree
    1 33% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean William Miller uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner.
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    1 33% 3-Neutral
    1 33% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 33% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean William Miller distributes discretionary money fairly.
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    1 50% 3-Neutral
    1 50% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean William Miller is a good administrator.
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    0 0% 4-Agree
    1 50% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    1 50% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean William Miller is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit.
    0 0% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 50% 4-Agree
    1 50% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean William Miller is:
    0 0% 5-Excellent
    0 0% 4-Above Average
    1 33% 3-Average
    1 33% 2-Below Average
    1 33% 1-Poor
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know

     

    VI. Dean Marlaine Smith, College of Nursing

     

    Dean Marlaine Smith upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere.
    4 44% 5-Strongly Agree
    3 34% 4-Agree
    0 0% 3-Neutral
    1 11% 2-Disagree
    1 11% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Marlaine Smith makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner.
    3 34% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 11% 4-Agree
    1 11% 3-Neutral
    2 22% 2-Disagree
    2 22% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Marlaine Smith uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner.
    3 34% 5-Strongly Agree
    1 11% 4-Agree
    1 11% 3-Neutral
    2 22% 2-Disagree
    1 11% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 11% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Marlaine Smith distributes discretionary money fairly.
    3 38% 5-Strongly Agree
    2 24% 4-Agree
    3 38% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Marlaine Smith is a good administrator.
    2 24% 5-Strongly Agree
    3 38% 4-Agree
    2 24% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    1 14% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Dean Marlaine Smith is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit.
    4 52% 5-Strongly Agree
    2 24% 4-Agree
    0 0% 3-Neutral
    2 24% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Dean Marlaine Smith is:
    3 34% 5-Excellent
    2 22% 4-Above Average
    1 11% 3-Average
    1 11% 2-Below Average
    2 22% 1-Poor
    0 0% 0-Do Not Know

     

    VII. Interim Dean Russ Ivy, College of Science

     

    Interim Dean Russ Ivy upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere.
    9 48% 5-Strongly Agree
    7 37% 4-Agree
    1 5% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    1 5% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 5% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Russ Ivy makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner.
    9 48% 5-Strongly Agree
    6 32% 4-Agree
    1 5% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    1 5% 1-Strongly Disagree
    2 10% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Russ Ivy uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner.
    6 32% 5-Strongly Agree
    6 32% 4-Agree
    2 10% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    5 26% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Russ Ivy distributes discretionary money fairly.
    3 17% 5-Strongly Agree
    4 22% 4-Agree
    4 22% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    7 39% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Russ Ivy is a good administrator.
    10 56% 5-Strongly Agree
    6 34% 4-Agree
    1 5% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    1 5% 0-Do Not Know
    Interim Dean Russ Ivy is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit.
    9 51% 5-Strongly Agree
    6 34% 4-Agree
    1 5% 3-Neutral
    0 0% 2-Disagree
    0 0% 1-Strongly Disagree
    2 10% 0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Interim Dean Russ Ivy is:
    9 47% 5-Excellent
    7 38% 4-Above Average
    1 5% 3-Average
    0 0% 2-Below Average
    1 5% 1-Poor
    1 5% 0-Do Not Know

     

    Florida Atlantic University Schools

     

    Principal/Director FERGUSON consults faculty/staff before making important decisions.

    4

    24%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    24%

    4-Agree

    2

    12%

    3-Neutral

    4

    24%

    2-Disagree

    3

    18%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    0

    0%

    0-Do Not Know
    Principal/Director FERGUSON upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere.

    8

    47%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    24%

    4-Agree

    1

    6%

    3-Neutral

    4

    24%

    2-Disagree

    0

    0%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    0

    0%

    0-Do Not Know
    Principal/Director FERGUSON makes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner.

    7

    41%

    5-Strongly Agree

    3

    18%

    4-Agree

    1

    6%

    3-Neutral

    3

    18%

    2-Disagree

    2

    12%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    1

    6%

    0-Do Not Know
    Principal/Director FERGUSON uses faculty governance processes to make decisions in a collegial manner.

    3

    18%

    5-Strongly Agree

    6

    35%

    4-Agree

    1

    6%

    3-Neutral

    3

    18%

    2-Disagree

    2

    12%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    2

    12%

    0-Do Not Know
    Principal/Director FERGUSON distributes discretionary money fairly.

    8

    47%

    5-Strongly Agree

    6

    35%

    4-Agree

    1

    6%

    3-Neutral

    1

    6%

    2-Disagree

    1

    6%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    0

    0%

    0-Do Not Know
    Principal/Director FERGUSON is a good administrator.

    8

    47%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    24%

    4-Agree

    2

    12%

    3-Neutral

    0

    0%

    2-Disagree

    3

    18%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    0

    0%

    0-Do Not Know
    Principal/Director FERGUSON is an effective leader who promotes the college/unit.

    9

    53%

    5-Strongly Agree

    2

    12%

    4-Agree

    2

    12%

    3-Neutral

    2

    12%

    2-Disagree

    2

    12%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    0

    0%

    0-Do Not Know
    Overall, Principal/Director FERGUSON is:

    7

    41%

    5-Excellent

    5

    29%

    4-Above Average

    2

    12%

    3-Average

    2

    12%

    2-Below Average

    1

    6%

    1-Poor

    0

    0%

    0-Do Not Know
    Assistant Dean JOEL HERBST consults faculty/staff before making important decisions.

    1

    7%

    5-Strongly Agree

    3

    20%

    4-Agree

    4

    27%

    3-Neutral

    3

    20%

    2-Disagree

    3

    20%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    1

    7%

    0-Do Not Know
    Assistant Dean HERBST upholds academic standards and maintains a scholarly atmosphere.

    3

    20%

    5-Strongly Agree

    3

    20%

    4-Agree

    4

    27%

    3-Neutral

    3

    20%

    2-Disagree

    0

    0%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    2

    13%

    0-Do Not Know
    Assistant Dean HERBSTmakes personnel decisions in a professional, unbiased manner.

    1

    7%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    27%

    4-Agree

    5

    33%

    3-Neutral

    1

    7%

    2-Disagree

    1

    7%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    3

    20%

    0-Do Not Know
    Assistant Dean HERBST uses faculty governance processes to make decisions.

    2

    14%

    5-Strongly Agree

    3

    21%

    4-Agree

    4

    29%

    3-Neutral

    1

    7%

    2-Disagree

    2

    14%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    2

    14%

    0-Do Not Know
    Assistant Dean HERBST distributes discretionary money fairly.

    3

    21%

    5-Strongly Agree

    4

    29%

    4-Agree

    1

    7%

    3-Neutral

    1

    7%

    2-Disagree

    0

    0%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    5

    36%

    0-Do Not Know
    Assistant Dean HERBST is a good administrator.

    2

    15%

    5-Strongly Agree

    5

    38%

    4-Agree

    3

    23%

    3-Neutral

    1

    8%

    2-Disagree

    2

    15%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    0

    0%

    0-Do Not Know
    Assistant Dean HERBST is an effective leader who promotes the school.

    4

    29%

    5-Strongly Agree

    3

    21%

    4-Agree

    2

    14%

    3-Neutral

    2

    14%

    2-Disagree

    2

    14%

    1-Strongly Disagree

    1

    7%

    0-Do Not Know
    OVERALL, Assistant Dean HERBST is:

    2

    14%

    5-Excellent

    4

    29%

    4-Above Average

    4

    29%

    3-Average

    1

    7%

    2-Below Average

    2

    14%

    1-Poor

    1

    7%

    0-Do Not Know

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