From the Interim Provost: Our Progress on the COACHE Action Plan
The end of last academic year marked the conclusion of the most recent three-year Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE) faculty satisfaction cycle, and Georgia State has made a lot of progress in achieving the actions it outlined when the COACHE survey results were first shared in 2020-21. The Office of the Provost is pleased to share a report that puts Georgia State’s progress into perspective as this latest cycle ended. Click the story link to learn more about how to obtain a digital or print copy.
Faculty Development: New Program Supports Perimeter College Faculty Members’ Pursuit of Doctoral Degrees
A new fellowship will support faculty members at Georgia State University’s Perimeter College who are pursuing doctoral degrees on the university’s Atlanta Campus.
The Pathway to Attaining the Doctoral Degree (PADD) at Perimeter College is a collaboration between Perimeter College and the Graduate School at Georgia State.
Faculty members at Perimeter College who do not hold terminal degrees are eligible for tenured positions. However, they may not hold a position higher than an associate professor. This fellowship will serve to increase career opportunities and expand career ladders for faculty.
From the Provost: Building a Path Forward Together – The COACHE Action Plan
Read a message from Provost Wendy Hensel about Georgia State’s COACHE Action Plan: Building a Path Forward Together.