Faculty and Staff Data

Instructional Faculty

Fall 2018 (fall 2019 data available February 2020)

 
N
%
 
Total faculty
190
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Full-time faculty
134
70.5%
Part-time faculty
56
29.5%
Faculty of color
49
25.8%
Female faculty
130
54.2%
Male faculty
87
45.8%
Faculty with Ph.D./terminal degree
155
81.6%
Undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio
21:1 
 

Staff (Non-instructional)

Fall 2018 (fall 2019 data available February 2020)

 
N
%
 
Total staff
502
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Full-time staff
440
87.6%
Part-time staff                                
62
12.4%
Staff of color
120
23.9%
Female staff
291
58.0%
Male staff
211
42.0%

Bringing Theory to Practice Leadership Coalition Faculty Survey: Perspectives on Teaching, Professional Reward Structures, and Well-Being

Evergreen is a member of the Leadership Coalition subgroup of the Bringing Theory to Practice Project (BTtoP), which was founded by the Association of American Colleges and Universities in 2002. The Leadership Coalition consists of 53 institutions committed to making their schools models of excellence in liberal arts education and creating a campus culture focused on students' academic well-being and civic development. In spring 2010, Evergreen participated in the BTtoP Leadership Coalition Faculty Survey, which asked about innovative pedagogies, scholarship of teaching and learning, institutional incentive structures, and job satisfaction.

Faculty Survey of Student Engagement

In spring 2005 NSSE's companion survey, the Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) was administered to undergraduate faculty at Evergreen. The results of the two surveys provide an opportunity to explore faculty and student perceptions of Evergreen. View the FSSE-NSSE Comparison of lower division faculty members' responses to those of first-year students.