Faculty NIPS

Faculty Non-Instructional Productivity Survey

The University System of Maryland (USM), in conjunction with budget analysts from the Governor's Office and the Maryland General Assembly, developed the Non-Instructional Faculty Productivity Report to measure faculty activities outside of the classroom. All full-time faculty members at every USM institution must complete the survey each year.

The survey system accessed through this page is utilized by faculty in the Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, and Social Work and is supported by the School of Medicine Department of Information Services.  Data collection for faculty in the Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy is coordinated within each of those schools directly.

Report work-related activities completed between June 1, 2015 and May 31, 2016

Resources for UMB faculty completing this survey:


2016 Survey Collection Opens May 16, 2016


 

 

Faculty Non-Instructional Productivity Survey

Notice: Access to the online Survey of Faculty Non-Instructional Productivity ended July 10, 2015.  Participation by remaining faculty will be through a paper form. 

The University System of Maryland (USM), in conjunction with budget analysts from the Governor's Office and the Maryland General Assembly, developed the Non-Instructional Faculty Productivity Report to measure faculty activities outside of the classroom. All full-time faculty members at every USM institution must complete the survey each year.

The survey system previously accessed through this page was utilized by faculty in the Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, and Social Work and is supported by the School of Medicine Department of Information Services.  Data collection for faculty in the Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy is coordinated within each of those schools directly.

Report work-related activities completed between June 1, 2014 and May 31, 2015

Resources for UMB faculty completing this survey:


2015 Survey Opens April 20, 2015


 

 

Dentistry and Medicine

The survey form has a radio button below your name and department that asks you to identify yourself as a department chair or faculty. The purpose of this selection is to generate an email to your department chair, if you are faculty, or to the dean or the dean's designee if you are a department chair for survey approval. If you are not a department chair but select the department chair option, your survey will be sent to your dean instead of your department chair.

  • If you are a department chair filling out the survey, select the first radio button for department chair.
  • If you are faculty, but not a department chair, select the second radio button for faculty.

As a department chair or dean, you have the option to print out submitted surveys individually for review before approving them.

Law and Social Work

Law and social work faculty do not need to select the faculty or department chair radio button. This option is greyed out on your survey form.