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Evaluation Surveys & Program Assessments

If you wish to reproduce any part of the following surveys, please cite the University of Minnesota in your publication. In addition, we are interested in learning about the results from your surveys. Please contact Gayle Woodruff, 612.625.6065, for more information about the University of Minnesota surveys and results, or to share your survey and results.

For details about the University of Minnesota evaluation methodology and results read Evaluating Campus Efforts to Internationalize the Curriculum (Woodruff G., Williams R., Vande Berg M., & Dohm T., 2005).

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Summarized Surveys

In fall 2006, 2005, and 2004 seniors took the Undergraduate Survey of Study Abroad Curriculum Integration on all 4 campuses of the University of Minnesota. In spring 2007, 2006, and 2005 sophomores took the undergraduate survey of study abroad curriculum integration. The summary results are listed below by Seniors and Sophomores for the entire University, by each campus, and then for various colleges and programs at the Duluth and Twin Cities campuses. Student results are also available for African American, Asian American, Chicano/Latino, and Native American Seniors.

Data collected between 2004 and 2007 through the Curriculum Integration Surveys is summarized in the following five documents:

2006–2007

Student Surveys

Faculty and Academic Advisers Survey

In spring 2007 the University of Minnesota surveyed faculty and staff from the Crookston, Duluth, Morris and Twin Cities campuses as part of the study abroad curriculum integration initiative that aims to increase study abroad enrollments. Results are available in one report addressing responses by both participants in study abroad curriculum integration and non-participants.

2005–2006

Student Surveys

Faculty and Academic Advisers Survey

In March 2006 the University of Minnesota surveyed faculty and staff participants and non-participants from the Crookston, Duluth, Morris and Twin Cities campuses as part of the study abroad curriculum integration initiative that aims to increase study abroad enrollments. Results are available in one report addressing responses by both participants in study abroad curriculum integration and non-participants.

2004–2005

Student Surveys

Faculty and Academic Advisers Survey

In March 2005 the University of Minnesota surveyed faculty and staff participants and non-participants from the Crookston, Duluth, Morris and Twin Cities campuses as part of the study abroad curriculum integration initiative that aims to increase study abroad enrollments. There were 374 faculty and staff who responded to the spring 2005 survey, out of 1,156 faculty and academic advisers surveyed (32% response rate). Results are available in one report addressing responses by both participants in study abroad curriculum integration and non-participants.

2003–2004 and 2002–2003

Student Surveys

Data collected from 3 cohorts of sophomores and 2 cohorts of seniors between 2002 and 2004 are summarized in this report. Data are meant to measure the efficacy and impact of the curriculum integration initiative.

Faculty & Adviser Survey of Study Abroad 2002–03

The study abroad survey was again administered to faculty and academic advisers who are participating in study abroad curriculum integration. Seventy-one faculty and advisers completed the survey. This survey will be administered to the participants in winter 2004. Results will be compared across the 3 years.

Faculty and Advisers Workshops

During Year 2 of the Bush Foundation grant (2002-03), numerous workshops and retreats happened with faculty and academic advisers involved in the project. Evaluations were taken for each of the events and have been summarized.

2001–2002

Sophomore Survey of Study Abroad: Pilot Project 2001–02

In Spring 2002, the undergraduate survey was administered to sophomores on all 4 campuses of the University of Minnesota. Four hundred and seventy three students took the survey. The results are available below.

Faculty & Adviser Survey of Study Abroad 2001–02

224 academic advisers and faculty participating in grant-sponsored events took baseline surveys. Results are posted below. All baseline data have now been collected.