International Survey of Research University Faculty: Trends in Grading & Student Attendance

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The study presents data from a survey of 500+ faculty from more than 50 major research universities about the grades that they are assigning, trends in average grades awarded and student attendance levels, pressures for or against grade inflation, the efficiency of the grading process, the role of incompletes and withdrawals from class, and other factors and issues in grading in research level academic institutions.

Just a few of the many findings from the 116-page report:

  • More than a third (33.65%) of assigned grades were A+, A or A- (or number grades corresponding to these letter rankings in the opinion of those surveyed); the median was 25% and the range 0 to 100%.
  • Faculty in business, economics and finance were the most likely to consider themselves tough graders while faculty in media and the visual and performing arts were the most likely to consider themselves generous graders.
  • 16.42% of grades assigned in Australia/New Zealand were in the D range, much higher than for other countries.
  • For faculty in Engineering, Mathematics and related disciplines, 30.42% of assignments were graded by someone other than the main course instructor.
  • The more conservative a faculty member is politically, the more likely that they are to feel that they have been pressured by retention administrators to award higher grades.

The data is based on a survey of more than 500 scholars drawn from more than 50 major research universities in the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland. Data is broken out by various criteria, such as type of university, scholar’s country, gender, political views, academic subject specialty, academic title and other criteria.

Scholars from the following institutions were surveyed for the report:

Australian National University, Baylor College of Medicine, Brown University, Carleton University, Carnegie Mellon University, Columbia University, Curtin University, Drexel University, Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Griffith University, Imperial College London, James Cook University, Massey University, McGill University, Monash University, Penn State University, Queen Mary University of London, Reading University, Rice University, Rockefeller University, Rutgers University, Saint Louis University, Swinburne University of Technology, Trinity College Dublin, UConn Health Center, University of California, Davis, University College Dublin, University of Alberta, University of Birmingham, University of California Santa Barbara, University of California, Berkeley, University of California, Riverside, University of Chicago, University of Florida, University of Idaho, University of Leeds, University of Maryland, University of Michigan, University of Nottingham, University of Reading, University of Tasmania, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, University of Toronto, University of Utah, University of Western Australia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Washington State University and Yale University.

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THE QUESTIONNAIRE   

INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATIONS OF THE SURVEY PARTICIPANTS   
Characteristics of the Sample

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS   
Use of Pass/Fail Grades   
For What Percentage of classes have No Grades ?   
What Percentage of Grades Assigned are A’s?   
What Percentage of Grades Assigned are B’s?   
What Percentage of Grades Assigned are C’s?   
What Percentage of Grades Assigned are D’s?   
What Percentage of Grades Assigned at F’s?   
Do You Consider Yourself a Tough or Easy Grader?   
Pressure to Award Higher Grades   
Type of Students Taught   
Characterization of Grading Trend Over the Past Three Years: Tougher or Easier?   
Percentage of the Final Grade Determined by Exam Vs. Other Factors   
Percentage of Students Who Drop a Class Prior to Completion   
Percentage of Enrolled Students Who Attend the Class on a Typical Day   
Number of Students Who Visit During Faculty Office Hours   
Number of Incompletes Issued in the Past Two Semesters   
Percentage of Students Who Receive an Incomplete   
Percentage of Graded Assignments Actually Graded by Someone Else

List of Tables

Table 1 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned or not in the following ways?   
Table 1.1.1 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only?   
Table 1.1.2 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.1.3 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by country   
Table 1.1.4 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 1.1.5 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 1.1.6 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 1.1.7 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 1.1.8 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by Title or role of faculty member   
Table 1.1.9 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 1.1.10 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by Current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 1.1.11 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have grades been assigned as Pass/Fail Only? Broken out by Academic field of faculty member   
Table 1.2.1 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned?   
Table 1.2.2 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 1.2.3 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by country   
Table 1.2.4 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 1.2.5 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 1.2.6 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 1.2.7 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 1.2.8 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 1.2.9 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 1.2.10 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 1.2.11 For what percentage of the classes that you have taught over the past two years have no grades been assigned? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 2 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades below.  The total should add to 100%.   
Table 2.1.1 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+?   
Table 2.1.2 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 2.1.3 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by country   
Table 2.1.4 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 2.1.5 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 2.1.6 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 2.1.7 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 2.1.8 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 2.1.9 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 2.1.10 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 2.1.11 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades A- to A+? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 2.2.1 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+?   
Table 2.2.2 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 2.2.3 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by country   
Table 2.2.4 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 2.2.5 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 2.2.6 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 2.2.7 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 2.2.8 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 2.2.9 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 2.2.10 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 2.2.11 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades B- to B+? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 2.3.1 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+?   
Table 2.3.2 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 2.3.3 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by country   
Table 2.3.4 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 2.3.5 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 2.3.6 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 2.3.7 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 2.3.8 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 2.3.9 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 2.3.10 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 2.3.11 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades C- to C+? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 2.4.1 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+?   
Table 2.4.2 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 2.4.3 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by country   
Table 2.4.4 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 2.4.5 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 2.4.6 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 2.4.7 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 2.4.8 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 2.4.9 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 2.4.10 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 2.4.11 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades D- to D+? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 2.5.1 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F?   
Table 2.5.2 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 2.5.3 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by country   
Table 2.5.4 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 2.5.5 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 2.5.6 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 2.5.7 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 2.5.8 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 2.5.9 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 2.5.10 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 2.5.11 Over the past year what percentage of the class grades that you have assigned to students fall into the range roughly corresponding to the letter grades F? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 3.1 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between?   
Table 3.2 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 3.3 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by country   
Table 3.4 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 3.5 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 3.6 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 3.7 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 3.8 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 3.9 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 3.10 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 3.11 Do you consider yourself a tough or easy grader or somewhere in between? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 4.1 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply)   
Table 4.2 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 4.3 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by country   
Table 4.4 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 4.5 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 4.6 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 4.7 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 4.8 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 4.9 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 4.10 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 4.11 Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? (check all that apply) Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Have you felt pressure from any of the following to award higher grades? Other answers.   
Table 5.1 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years?   
Table 5.2 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 5.3 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by country   
Table 5.4 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 5.5 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 5.6 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 5.7 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 5.8 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 5.9 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 5.10 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 5.11 How would you characterize the trend in grading at your university over the past few three years? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 6.1 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students?   
Table 6.2 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 6.3 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by country   
Table 6.4 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 6.5 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 6.6 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 6.7 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 6.8 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 6.9 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 6.10 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 6.11 You primarily teach undergraduates or graduate/professional school students? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 7.1 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams?   
Table 7.2 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 7.3 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by country   
Table 7.4 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 7.5 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 7.6 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 7.7 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 7.8 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 7.9 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 7.10 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 7.11 Approximately what percentage of your final grades would you say are determined by exams? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 8.1 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion?   
Table 8.2 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 8.3 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by country   
Table 8.4 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 8.5 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 8.6 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 8.7 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 8.8 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 8.9 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 8.10 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 8.11 In the last three classes that you taught what percentage of students who started the course dropped out of or withdrew from the course prior to completion? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 9.1 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class?   
Table 9.2 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 9.3 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by country   
Table 9.4 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 9.5 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 9.6 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 9.7 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 9.8 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 9.9 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 9.10 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 9.11 As a general average on a typical day what percentage of students enrolled in the course attend the scheduled class? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 10.1 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours?   
Table 10.2 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 10.3 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by country   
Table 10.4 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 10.5 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 10.6 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 10.7 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 10.8 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 10.9 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 10.10 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 10.11 In the past semester how many individual students visited you during your office hours? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 11.1 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades?   
Table 11.2 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 11.3 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by country   
Table 11.4 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 11.5 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 11.6 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 11.7 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 11.8 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 11.9 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 11.10 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 11.11 How many incompletes did you issue (rather than a final grade) cumulatively in your past two single semester classes for which you have submitted grades? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 12.1 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes?   
Table 12.2 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 12.3 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by country   
Table 12.4 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 12.5 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 12.6 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 12.7 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 12.8 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 12.9 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 12.10 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 12.11 For what percentage of your students do you issue incompletes? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 13.1 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university?   
Table 13.2 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 13.3 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by country   
Table 13.4 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 13.5 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 13.6 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 13.7 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 13.8 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 13.9 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 13.10 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 13.11 How would you describe the grades submission process at your university? Broken out by academic field of faculty member   
Table 14.1 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else?   
Table 14.2 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by US News and World Report World Ranking   
Table 14.3 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by country   
Table 14.4 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by public and private institution   
Table 14.5 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by age of faculty member   
Table 14.6 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by gender of faculty member   
Table 14.7 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by political views of faculty member   
Table 14.8 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by title or role of faculty member   
Table 14.9 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by tenure status of faculty member   
Table 14.10 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by current semester teaching load of faculty member   
Table 14.11 About what percentage of graded assignments that you give are actually graded by someone else? Broken out by academic field of faculty member

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