publication date: Nov. 7, 2014
Over the past two years, four separate surveys attempted to gauge the level of faculty morale and satisfaction at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
All produced similar results: faculty morale is low, and a large proportion of the faculty says the administration is tone-deaf to their needs. The executive leadership is seen as not appropriately responding to internal issues.
The latest survey—conducted by the UT System and reported on Nov. 3—allows comparison with the earlier efforts.
The Survey Results
Greenberg: More Work Needs to be Done
After three very similar surveys yielded results that pointed to disaffection and disenfranchisement on the part of the faculty at MD Anderson, the UT System officials said they expect a “renewed, constructive and collaborative effort” to address the problems.
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