U of Florida Faculty Survey Finds Dissatisfaction

Scott Jaschik
Inside Higher Ed

Excerpt: A survey of faculty members at the University of Florida found widespread dissatisfaction, The Tampa Bay Times reported. The survey, with 623 responses, was conducted by the faculty chapter of the United Faculty of Florida, the faculty union.

More than 67 percent of respondents said they somewhat or strongly disagreed that they could “openly express a dissenting opinion about the administration’s policies without fear of reprisal.”