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Campus Climate Study

Equity Study Committee Report March 2001


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Table 1: Faculty Response Rate by Sex, Ethnicity and Unit
Table 2: Unclassified Staff Response Rate by Sex, Ethnicity and Unit
Table 3: Faculty: Comparison of Mean Responses for Male – Female and Minority – White Faculty
Table 4: Female Faculty: Mean Responses in Descending Order of Perceived Inequity
Table 5: Faculty of Color: Mean Item Responses in Descending Order of Perceived Inequity
Table 6: Faculty: Top Five Issues of Concern and Five Issues of Least Concern
Table 7: Unclassified Staff Mean Item Responses by Sex and Race/Ethnicity
Table 8: Unclassified Staff: Female Item Means in Descending Order of Perceived Inequity
Table 9: Minority Unclassified Staff Item Means in Descending Order of Perceived
Responses to the Equity Study


Table 1: Faculty Response Rate by Sex, Ethnicity and Unit

 

Frequency

   

Sex

Returns

Pool

% of Total Faculty

% Return

Female

111

283

26.4

39.2

Male

227

791

73.6

28.7

Unknown

21

0

0

N/a

Total

359

1074

 

33.4


 

Frequency

   

Ethnicity

Returns

Pool

% of Total Faculty

% Return

American Indian/

Alaskan Native

2

8

.8

25.0

Asian/Pacific Islander

15

71

6.6

21.1

Black

7

32

3.0

21.9

Hispanic

5

25

2.3

20.0

White

300

938

87.3

32.0

Other

6

0

N/a

N/a

Multi-ethnic

4

0

N/a

N/a

Unknown

22

0

0

N/a

Total

359

1074

 

33.4


 

Frequency

   

Unit

Returns

Pool

% of Total Faculty

% Return

Libraries

18

59

5.5

30.5

Humanities

79

208

19.4

38.0

Natural Sciences/Math

54

189

17.6

28.6

Social Sciences

63

168

15.6

37.5

Professional Schools

130

446

41.5

29.1

Unknown

15

4

0

N/a

Total

359

1074

   
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