PSU tops in Kansas in governance survey
November 19, 2012 2:22PM
The Kansas Conference of the AAUP (American Association of University Professors) has selected Pittsburg State University as the first recipient of its Sound Governance Award.
According to Ronald Barrett-Gonzales, associate professor of aerospace engineering at the University of Kansas and president-elect of the State of Kansas Conference of the AAUP, the award was given based on scores PSU received in a recent “Indicators of Sound Governance” survey.
The survey was sent to faculty members at Kansas Regents universities and assessed more than 40 metrics. PSU not only scored the highest on the survey but also received the highest percentage of positive remarks.
President Steve Scott said he was pleased that the university received high marks in the survey.
“We have great faculty and staff who care deeply about this institution and its students,” said PSU President Steve Scott. “The results of this survey are validation of our efforts to support shared governance on our campus as well as our commitment to clear and continual communication with all of the people who make Pittsburg State University a great place to work and to learn.”
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