This November, faculty and staff were invited participate in the Workplace Experiences Survey. The survey findings are used to better understand faculty and staff experiences, needs, and priorities, and to help shape strategic planning and initiatives at both UBC-wide and at the unit level.
Thank you for participating in the survey
The survey is closed and survey responses are now being analyzed by TalentMap. In early February 2018, the overall survey findings will be shared at Open Sessions at the Vancouver and Okanagan campuses and overall reports will be made available online. In February-March 2018, units eligible for a unit-level report (i.e. those with ten or more respondents) will receive their reports.
Interested in sharing your feedback on other aspects of the UBC experience? Sign up for the UBC Open Minds Forum.
Why your experiences matter to faculty, staff and students
We’re a top-40 research institution where open, innovative thinking is changing the world. UBC Faculty and staff engagement has an impact on research, learning, and the student experience.
UBC Graduate student Megan Ryland speaks to her experiences and why she chose to continue her learning path at UBC.
Did you miss Professor Santa Ono’s Facebook Live discussion about faculty and staff engagement? Watch a recording of the event below, with special guests Bill Aiello, professor of Computer Science and Shanda Jordan Gaetz, executive director of faculty affairs in the Faculty of Medicine. The conversation was moderated by Kathryn Gretsinger, senior instructor at UBC Journalism. Original broadcast date: Friday, November 10, 2017.