Event Title

The Twenty-First Century Professor: An Evaluation of Time Allocation Among University Faculty

Start Date

3-3-2017 2:30 PM

End Date

3-3-2017 4:00 PM

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Though widely studied among college students, time allocation has not been evaluated to the same degree among higher education faculty. We expect to find continued trends of increased time pressure and work avoidance among faculty due to growing workload demands in academia (Link, Swan & Bozeman, 2008; Toews & Yazedjian 2007). We focus on the potential relationships between workload, perceived time control, stress, basic need satisfaction, and procrastination among full time faculty, and describe different profiles of time use. Our results will help us examine how university faculty handle time demands given the myriad of responsibilities facing the twenty-first century professor.

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Dr. Karl G. D. Bailey

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The Twenty-First Century Professor: An Evaluation of Time Allocation Among University Faculty

Though widely studied among college students, time allocation has not been evaluated to the same degree among higher education faculty. We expect to find continued trends of increased time pressure and work avoidance among faculty due to growing workload demands in academia (Link, Swan & Bozeman, 2008; Toews & Yazedjian 2007). We focus on the potential relationships between workload, perceived time control, stress, basic need satisfaction, and procrastination among full time faculty, and describe different profiles of time use. Our results will help us examine how university faculty handle time demands given the myriad of responsibilities facing the twenty-first century professor.