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Campus Climate Study

Equity Study Committee Report March 2001


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Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
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 2: Unclassified Staff Response Rate by Sex, Ethnicity and Unit

 

Frequency

   

Sex

Returns

Pool

% of Total Unclassified Staff

% Return

Female

334

826

54.7

40.4

Male

205

683

45.3

30.0

Unknown

17

0

0

N/a

Total

556

1509

 

36.8


Ethnicity

Returns

Pool

% of Total Unclassified Staff

% Return

American Indian/Alaskan Native

6

14

.9

42.9

Asian/Pacific Islander

11

78

5.2

14.1

Black

14

46

3.1

30.4

Hispanic

9

26

1.7

34.6

White

478

1337

88.6

35.8

Other

7

0

N/a

N/a

Multi-ethnic

2

0

N/a

N/a

Unknown

35

8

0

N/a

Total

556

1509

 

36.8


 

Frequency

   

Unit

Returns

Pool

% of Total Unclassified Staff

% Return

Admin. Units

188

574

38.0

32.8

Academic Units

180

589

39.0

30.5

Student Affairs

61

137

9.1

44.5

Information Services/Libraries

62

131

8.7

47.3

Support Units

50

78

5.2

64.1

Unknown

15

0

0

N/a

Total

556

1509

   
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