Attention Archaeology Graduate Students - we need YOUR help!
Graduate Studies in Archaeology - Program Survey
All registered graduate students in Archaeology are invited to participate in a short survey regarding your graduate experience in the department of Archaeology at Memorial University. The results of the survey will be included in the Academic Unit Planning (AUP) Report of the Department of Archaeology at Memorial University and will contribute to the evaluation and improvement of the current graduate program.
The survey questions will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes to complete and there is a section at the end where you can provide more detailed comments. A link to the survey will be emailed to students via the MUN email account and the survey will be active until Wednesday, March 28, 2018. Paper copies may also be requested (see below).
Following the survey, you are invited to participate in a meeting to discuss in more detail your responses to the survey. A follow-up email containing the date and time of the meeting will be sent after your completion of the survey.
The survey and meeting are both completely voluntary and all responses will be kept confidential and anonymous. No personally identifiable information will be associated with your responses in any reports of these data. To ensure anonymity, please do not identify yourself or others in any written comments. A graduate student, Asta Rand, will mediate both the survey and meeting to ensure the results are anonymously forwarded to Dr. Meghan Burchell (Graduate Coordinator) for inclusion in the Department of Archaeology's Academic Unit Planning (AUP) Report. Any questions regarding the administration of the survey, or requests for a paper copy of the survey, may be directed confidentially to Asta Rand (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thank you in advance for providing this important feedback that will contribute to the evaluation and improvement of the Department of Archaeology's graduate program.
Note: This survey has been approved by the Institutional Survey Oversight Committee (ISOC) of the Centre for Institutional Analysis and Planning (CIAP) of Memorial University. More information on Memorial University's Institutional Surveys Policy can be found at https://www.mun.ca/ciap/Analysis/Survey/policy.php. This survey is being conducted using SurveyMonkey, a cloud-based software that stores data on secure servers in the United States.