As part of its mission, the Council on Family and Work monitors the quality of life at MIT and shares its impressions with senior administrators, key committees, and the larger community.
Dear MIT Community,
The Council on Family and Work works to improve the well-being of our community, helping ensure MIT is a place where we have fulfilling and productive professional and personal lives.
One way we do this is by analyzing the faculty and staff Quality of Life surveys. See highlights from the most recent survey:
The findings include:
We have been studying the data more closely and look forward to formulating recommendations in the spirit of our charge. If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Jim Bales, Instructor, Edgerton Center Assistant Director
Joseph Doyle, Erwin H. Schell Professor of Management
Co-Chairs, MIT Council on Family and Work