To study why women are leaving academia, there are studies that interview and ask why. Studies and an interview protocol are linked to on this webpage.
In 2005, WISELI chose to perform an exit interview study to determine "Why Women Leave." We interviewed women faculty who left UW-Madison STEM departments from 2001 through 2004. Experience with that study led to a request from the Office of the Provost to implement an exit interview study for all UW-Madison faculty who leave, on an annual basis. Beginning in 2007 and working with the...
This document is the interview protocol for an analysis of why people left the university. There are many questions about satisfaction.
The goal of exit surveys is to provide additional information on climate issues (e.g., reasons that women faculty leave) by interviewing faculty who leave the university.
Thirty-two former UCI faculty members were contacted via e-mail requesting an exit interview. A total of twenty-two faculty (11 female, 11 male) completed a telephone interview.
At the request of its Steering Committee, the ADVANCE program embarked on an exit interview study, contacting those tenure track faculty from all UM schools and colleges who recently left UM voluntarily (people who retired, or who were not renewed or denied tenure were not included in the study) to learn about reasons for leaving and the factors they considered in those decisions.
The objective of the Policy and Climate Change Initiative component is to enhance policies for faculty support and improve departmental climates at UTPA. The two main foci are on family matters policies and fostering positive and supportive climates