Texas Tech University.



This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under ADVANCE-PAID Grant SBE-0618406. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Partnership of Women in Engineering, Research, & Science

Exit Surveys

The goal of exit surveys is to provide additional information on climate issues (e.g., reasons that women faculty leave) by interviewing faculty who leave the university.

The primary benefit of surveys is enabling the discovery of problems from the perspective of those who are not retained. Of particular interest is whether there are gender-based issues that contribute to women faculty from the PoWERS departments leaving the university.

Gender-based findings from these surveys will be used to support the GEC and WiHSC ongoing studies so that recommendations for improvement of programs for recruitment and retention of women faculty are made to the TTU and HSC administration.

If you have a Key Code to complete the PoWERS Exit Survey, you can access the survey form HERE.