Staff and Faculty Community Engagement Survey Available

This survey will serve as a basis of the University's application for renewal of the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement.
Staff and Faculty Community Engagement Survey Available

A reminder: as part of the Annual Report process, please take a few minutes to share community engagement/service involvements that help to improve the local Northeastern Pennsylvania or broader global community.



The information you share should pertain to the 2022-2023 academic year.

Please take a few moments to complete the survey and help us track and celebrate community-related activities undertaken by faculty and staff to prepare for our Carnegie Classification application.

If you complete the form between now and July 7 (extended), you will be entered to win a $100 gift certificate (one for faculty and one for staff) to a downtown Scranton restaurant. The surveys will remain open through August 15, 2023.

Why is this year's survey particularly important? 

PLEASE NOTE: This year’s survey is particularly important, and slightly longer, because this is the academic year that will be the basis of our application for renewal of the elective Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement. This application is due in 2026 but will analyze AY 2022-2023 data and information.

Your response will help the University complete the Carnegie application as well as

  • inform and guide community engagement and community-based learning efforts,

  • improve college-specific and campus-wide tracking and assessment of community engagement activities.

Your response may be used in other University publications, including those that highlight efforts in support of our Strategic Plan.

Questions about the survey? Please contact Julie Schumacher Cohen, Assistance Vice President, Community Engagement and Government Affairs and Community Based Learning Board Chair, Debra Fetherman, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Health and Human Performance and CBL Faculty Coordinator or Kathryn Yerkes, Assistant Provost, Planning and Institutional Effectiveness.



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