July 2009 Archives

The full set of results for the Spring 2009 Student Instructional Rating Survey (SIRS) are available now at http://sirs.rutgers.edu/.

Published results include all courses that had surveys in both the paper and online survey systems, for all courses taught by faculty and part-time lecturers. Please be advised that the University Counsel has determined that posting Student Instructional Rating Survey information for Teaching Assistants must cease as of Fall 2004 because of the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99).

For surveys conducted on paper, the results and original forms were returned to the department contact person after the forms were scanned in June or July. Instructors who have not received their results or comments should contact their department administrator.

Results for surveys conducted online were returned to instructors by email on May 19. If you did not receive your results, please contact us at info@broken-email.rutgers.edu please replace "broken-email" with ctaar.rutgers.edu.

President Obama will not speak at the Rutgers campus. The location was changed to the PNC Arts Center due to the number of people asking for tickets.

Information is available at Corzine's campaign web site.

Information about the Republican candidate appearance schedule is available on the Christie campaign web site.

For Summer 2009, we are using the online system for Student Instructional Rating Surveys in all courses on all campuses.

The surveys for a summer course should run in the final week of the course. Instructors will receive a notification of the survey date prior to the start of the survey, with an opportunity to make any necessary corrections. We ask that you read the information carefully; running the survey on the wrong dates or with the wrong instructor's name can impact the results.

Please refer to the Online Student Instructional Rating Survey for more information.

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