ACSP Values Statement
Welcome, and thank you for taking this brief survey to inform the development of an ACSP values statement. While ACSP has a mission statement, we do not have a values statement. This survey is part of a broad engagement process that included focus groups conducted earlier this summer.
We want to hear from our members about what values should animate ACSP’s work and mission, and hence our collective work as engaged educators and researchers. We hope that the values statement can provide a point of reference to inform statements by our organization on key issues impacting urban and regional planning education and research, as well as provide a foundation for ACSP's efforts to support our individual and school members.
This survey has six questions and will take 5-10 minutes to complete.
As background, ACSP’s mission statement is:
The ACSP promotes education, research, service and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to:
- recognize diverse needs and interests in planning;
- improve and enhance the accreditation process;
- strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement; and
- extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.
What is your position/title? Please select the response that most accurately reflects your current role (select all that apply).
Tenured faculty member
Tenure track (non-tenured) faculty member
Permanent university appointment, non-tenure track (e.g. lecturer, research professor)
Temporary university appointment, non-tenure track (e.g. lecturer, post-doctoral researcher)
If you are employed, what type of organization do you work for? Please select the response that most accurately describes your current employer (select all that apply).
Historically Black College or University (HBCU)
Minority-Serving Institution (per U.S. Dept. of Education classification)
Research institute outside of a university
Out of the value categories list below, check up to 3 that you think should matter most to ACSP.
Civil and Human Rights
Are there other key value categories that should matter most to ACSP that are missing from this list?
Please complete this statement by typing your reply: “I know ACSP is living by its values when_____.”
Are there key issues or goals that we have not mentioned or discussed that ACSP should be alert to or elevate in its values statement? Describe/discuss. (optional)
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