Fall 2020 COVID-19 Faculty Survey
COVID-19 has impacted every member of the University community. As the world navigates a new normal, one thing will not change: The University of Pittsburgh is committed to providing faculty and students with the tools and resources necessary to fulfill its mission of education, research, and community impact.
So that the University can understand the perspective and feelings of faculty members during this time, in November 2020 faculty on the Pittsburgh campus were asked to complete a survey that asks about the impact of COVID-19 on their experience. The survey will provide important information about resources and support, research and scholarly work, teaching and technology, and communication. Faculty feedback is essential as the University develops plans, policies, and procedures for the time ahead.
The Fall COVID-19 Faculty Survey was administered via Qualtrics to all faculty on the Pittsburgh campus. The survey response period was November 2-15, 2020.
Survey Results and Key Findings
Click on the images below to view key survey results: Overall (below), Research (below left), and Teaching and Technology (below right).
Or view the summary of responses to the COVID-19 Faculty Survey.
Spring 2020 COVID-19 Faculty Survey
See survey results and key findings from the Spring 2020 COVID-19 Faculty Survey conducted in May 2020.