Publications and Reports
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FACULTY AND STAFF
- Faculty Tenure-Flow Rates
- Faculty Exit Study
- Using a Mixed Methods Approach to Assess a Leadership Mentoring Program, November 2015
- The Economic Contribution of the Pennsylvania State University
- A new report shows that Penn State contributes more than $11.6 billion to the state’s economy and supports, directly and indirectly, more than 105,000 jobs across Pennsylvania in FY 2017. For every $1 in state appropriations received by Penn State, the University returned $1.24 in tax payments to the Commonwealth.
- Key Performance Indicators
- Twenty-one key performance indicators (KPI’s) for the University were identified by the Long Range Planning and Governance Committee to gauge the University’s performance over time as compared to peer universities.
OPA produces many reports each year, many of which are confidential in nature. The distribution level of those reports is determined, in consultation with University leaders, by the nature of the reports and their intended audience.
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