Project Type

Faculty Scholarship

Scholarship Domain(s)

Scholarship of Discovery, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

The presentation provides very recent data on the impact of COVID 19 from 391 Professors from 37 CCCU or CIC institutions. The data was gathered from June to September 2021- right at the height of COVID impacts. (This add-on set of scales was attached to the dissertation written by Dr. John Langenderfer, DBA, J.D. “The Role of an Academic Institution’s Organizational Culture in Retaining Employees during an Industry Downturn.”) Because of the time of the data gathering from June through September 2021, Dr. Daake saw this as a unique opportunity to study the impact of a BLACK–SWAN event in real-time. Dr. Daake and Dr. Langenderfer created 14 original scale items to measure this impact.

The results of this part of the dissertation are presented, and potential implications are discussed. From the faculty's perspectives, it is clear that this has been a very trying time for their institutions, and they believe it has impacted the quality and effectiveness of the educational process. It also implies significant damage to morale and the culture that needs to be repaired.

Based on these results, Dr. Daake advances several exploratory hypotheses that need to be explored in future research. The analysis includes basic statistics, correlations, t-tests, ANOVA, and basic factor analysis.

Other related issues are explored that are relevant to those seeking to do peer-reviewed or dissertation work.

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Recent Empirical Evidence on the Perceived Impact of COVID 19 on Faculty and Students From 391 Faculty From 37 CCCU and CIC Institutions June-September 2021

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The presentation provides very recent data on the impact of COVID 19 from 391 Professors from 37 CCCU or CIC institutions. The data was gathered from June to September 2021- right at the height of COVID impacts. (This add-on set of scales was attached to the dissertation written by Dr. John Langenderfer, DBA, J.D. “The Role of an Academic Institution’s Organizational Culture in Retaining Employees during an Industry Downturn.”) Because of the time of the data gathering from June through September 2021, Dr. Daake saw this as a unique opportunity to study the impact of a BLACK–SWAN event in real-time. Dr. Daake and Dr. Langenderfer created 14 original scale items to measure this impact.

The results of this part of the dissertation are presented, and potential implications are discussed. From the faculty's perspectives, it is clear that this has been a very trying time for their institutions, and they believe it has impacted the quality and effectiveness of the educational process. It also implies significant damage to morale and the culture that needs to be repaired.

Based on these results, Dr. Daake advances several exploratory hypotheses that need to be explored in future research. The analysis includes basic statistics, correlations, t-tests, ANOVA, and basic factor analysis.

Other related issues are explored that are relevant to those seeking to do peer-reviewed or dissertation work.