Well-Being in Engineering Faculty Life
This study aims to capture and understand how women in faculty positions within engineering disciplines incorporate different facets of well-being into their career and personal lives.
This questionnaire is designed to get to know you and see if you are interested in potentially sharing your story with me in a one-on-one interview.
The information you share will be kept completely confidential. The full details of the study can be found in the Informational Letter:
This study has been approved under Clemson IRB #2017-226.
Your Professional and Personal Well-Being Experiences
1. Please list the roles you play within your professional and personal life that are most important to you.
e.g. faculty member, mentor to graduate students, parent, spouse, caregiver to elderly parent, religious community member, leader in professional organization, friend
The wellness wheel image below displays some common ways people conceptualize personal and professional well-being. Consider these (and other forms relevant to you) in the following two questions.
2. Please describe a time when you felt happy or satisfied in both your personal and professional life.
What did your life look like during that time? For example, you may choose to talk about things like: - What your family relationships were like - What you were doing to take care of yourself - Who were you working closely with, etc.
3. Pick one category from the wellness wheel that you feel is important to you. Thinking about this category, please describe how you try to maintain well-being as a whole person across your professional and personal roles.
First and Last Name
Name of your current institution
Is your discipline within engineering?
What is your sub-discipline? (e.g. electrical engineering)
What is your current faculty rank?
Your position is
How many years have you been in your current faculty rank position?
How many years total have you been in a faculty position?
Interest in Joining Well-Being Study Interview
Please enter your email address if you are willing to be contacted by me to share more of your story in a one-on-one interview.
Do you have any friends or colleagues who are women faculty members in an engineering discipline that you would like to recommend I contact to also join the study? If so, please share their name and email address.
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