Location

Cascades

Event Website

http://www.cpe.vt.edu/cuenr/index.html

Start Date

26-3-2010 2:00 PM

End Date

26-3-2010 2:30 PM

Description

The Food and Agricultural Education Information System (FAEIS) compiles nationwide higher education data for agriculture, natural resources, family and consumer sciences/human sciences, veterinary medicine and other related disciplines. These data include undergraduate and graduate student enrollment, degrees awarded at all degree levels, placement and faculty numbers and salaries by rank and discipline. FAEIS is used by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in responding to Congressional inquiries to support higher education and related USDA programs. Higher education administrators use FAEIS data in recruiting and benchmarking students and faculty, as well as institutional planning, and regional and national comparisons. Faculty use FAEIS for USDA ‐ Higher Education grant proposals. FAEIS data can help you learn about enrollment trends, emerging disciplines, student placement, and faculty numbers and salaries. You can study these data by discipline, institution or even institution type. FAEIS allows you to track trends of students and faculty by gender and ethnicity. The extensive FAEIS database can help you understand how colleges and universities nationwide are organized, and how ‘natural resources’ is being redefined to include a broad array of disciplines. Multi‐dimensional reports can be created in seconds with FAEIS Report Builder. You can select, filter and present the data exactly as you need it. The online Report Builder is fast, convenient, clear and easy to learn and use. FAEIS team members will demonstrate customized reports to answer questions related to student enrollment, degrees awarded, student gender and race, faculty headcounts and salaries by rank, discipline and institution.

Comments

Citation: Hunnings, J.R., W.W. Richardson, M.A. Marchant. 2010. FAEIS: a resource for natural resource faculty and institutions. UENR Biennial Conference, Session Recruitment and Enrollment, Paper Number 2. http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/cuenr/Sessions/Recruitment/2/.

 
Mar 26th, 2:00 PM Mar 26th, 2:30 PM

FAEIS: A Resource for Natural Resource Faculty and Institutions

Cascades

The Food and Agricultural Education Information System (FAEIS) compiles nationwide higher education data for agriculture, natural resources, family and consumer sciences/human sciences, veterinary medicine and other related disciplines. These data include undergraduate and graduate student enrollment, degrees awarded at all degree levels, placement and faculty numbers and salaries by rank and discipline. FAEIS is used by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in responding to Congressional inquiries to support higher education and related USDA programs. Higher education administrators use FAEIS data in recruiting and benchmarking students and faculty, as well as institutional planning, and regional and national comparisons. Faculty use FAEIS for USDA ‐ Higher Education grant proposals. FAEIS data can help you learn about enrollment trends, emerging disciplines, student placement, and faculty numbers and salaries. You can study these data by discipline, institution or even institution type. FAEIS allows you to track trends of students and faculty by gender and ethnicity. The extensive FAEIS database can help you understand how colleges and universities nationwide are organized, and how ‘natural resources’ is being redefined to include a broad array of disciplines. Multi‐dimensional reports can be created in seconds with FAEIS Report Builder. You can select, filter and present the data exactly as you need it. The online Report Builder is fast, convenient, clear and easy to learn and use. FAEIS team members will demonstrate customized reports to answer questions related to student enrollment, degrees awarded, student gender and race, faculty headcounts and salaries by rank, discipline and institution.

http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/cuenr/Sessions/Recruitment/2