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Faculty constitutes one of the most important elements of Higher Education institutions. Their role is key in curriculum development, as well as in guiding students´ learning and driving their engagement, in conducting research and in the overall success of their institutions. This paper presents the results of a number of faculty interviews, and a focus group carried out in nine different Laureate institutions, operating in eight different countries. Faculty were asked about professional recognition, its importance and how it should occur. The results of the study show a lot of consistency, starting with the conviction of its importance, and then the differentiation between an environment of recognition and appreciation, and the need for formal recognition opportunities. Some other interesting ideas and aspirations were shared, providing good guidance for institutions that are interested in enhancing faculty recognition as part of their continuous improvement process.
Benito, Águeda and Scott-Milligan, Fionna
"Hearing the voice of faculty: Global recommendations for faculty recognition in Higher Education institutions,"
Higher Learning Research Communications: Vol. 8
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.waldenu.edu/hlrc/vol8/iss2/2