Deadline to complete Pulse Survey is Friday

January 24, 2023 (Volume 46, Number 10)
Article by Michele Coffill

new Laker Letters spell GVSU on lawn in front of Pew Library on Allendale Campus, a light snow is on the ground

The deadline to participate in the myGVSU Climate Pulse Survey is Friday, January 27.

Photo Credit: Kendra Stanley-Mills

Faculty and staff members are encouraged to participate in the myGVSU Climate Pulse Survey, which remains open through Friday, January 27.

The survey is an abbreviated version of the comprehensive myGVSU Climate Survey, which was last administered in December 2021. It should take no longer than five minutes to complete the survey, which was linked in an email from the Division of Inclusion and Equity.

Jesse Bernal, chief of staff to the president and vice president for Inclusion and Equity, said there will be more opportunities to complete pulse surveys. 

"The campus community will have continual opportunities to participate in these surveys through 2025," Bernal said. "Participation is important as the results will offer insights into the university's progress toward the Reach Higher 2025 commitment to build a culture of educational equity."

All results are confidential. People who complete the survey can enter a prize drawing for one of five, $500 professional development or research grants.

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This article was last edited on January 24, 2023 at 9:36 a.m.

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