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COACHE AY20-21: Peer Comparisons

The Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE), administered by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, is a national survey designed to collect information from  faculty (tenured, pre-tenured, and professional track) on a range of issues identified as critical to their success, and to provide peer data to institutions to enhance their recruitment and retention efforts. This page points to information about and results from this study. Reports will be added as they become available.

Reports on Results: Peer Comparisons

PDF documents with results from NC State faculty compared to those from our COACHE survey peer group (aggregated results from Iowa State University, Purdue University, UC-Davis, University of Maryland, and Virginia Tech)

Faculty Overall PDF Document

By Tenure Track Status

Tenure Track Faculty (peer data are not available for all tenure track faculty combined)
Professional Track Faculty PDF Document

By Tenure Status  (Tenure track faculty only)

Tenured Faculty PDF Document
Pre-Tenured Faculty PDF Document

By Rank  (Tenure track faculty only)

Full Professors PDF Document
Associate Professors PDF Document
Assistant Professors PDF Document

By Gender

Men PDF Document
Women PDF Document

By Race/Ethnicity

White PDF Document
Asian PDF Document
Underrepresented Minority (African American, Hispanic, American Indian or Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, combined) PDF Document