Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College and the Texas State University System are seeking input from employees and community leaders about how they perceive the SRSU brand and institution.
SRSU and TSUS have partnered with Hanover Research, and over the next few weeks, faculty, staff, employees and members of the RGC community should expect an email invitation to participate.
A cash incentive will be offered to those who agree to assist with the study.
“This research will provide us with valuable data about how we can make Sul Ross better for our students and employees, and how we can be a better partner in the communities we serve,” said Dr. Carlos Hernandez, president of SRSU.
The study group will participate in a 30-minute phone discussion with a member of Hanover’s research team. Video calls will not be made. Those who take part will have the option to remain completely anonymous and the information gathered by Hanover will be secure.
“We would highly appreciate your input as we work to capitalize upon our strengths and explore new ways to better serve the workforce and education needs of the entire Middle Rio Grande Region,” said Jeremy Fowler, Hanover’s research coordinator.
For more information, email Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org.