MTU conducts climate survey
Michigan Tech looks to students, faculty and staff for input on improving their campus. The Assessment of Working, Living and Learning is a campus-wide anonymous survey. The goal is see what life is like on campus and develop initiatives to improve it. An early career mentoring program was developed based on the last survey in 2010.
"We're seeking to create a climate or an environment that is characterized by openness and fairness and equal access to all students, faculty and staff. We want to hear what people think about what's going on here at Michigan Tech in their environment," said executive director of equity and inclusion Jill Hodges.
The survey closes November 10th. Surveys will be assessed by third-party agency Rankin Associates. Results are expected in spring 2018.