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Seeking comprehensive feedback about adjunct faculty experiences at Fort Hays State University, the authors created an anonymous survey tool to inquire about full-time and adjunct faculty perceptions of a broad range of factors affecting adjuncts and the classes they teach. Results include valuable information about adjunct satisfaction, compensation, recruitment, orientation, and support, as well as perceptions of course and program quality. Findings suggest significant differences in perceptions of academic rigor and expectations of student clock-hours. Results were shared with the Adjunct Faculty Advisory Committee and will be used to make various recommendations to the Provost and Academic Council. Additional research is needed, to clarify factors which affect adjunct and full-time faculty perceptions.
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Andersen, Gary G. and Frank, Nicole M.
"Adjunct & Faculty Survey: Perceptions of Quality & Rigor,"
SACAD: John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activity Days: Vol. 2018, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/sacad/vol2018/iss2018/5