Gettysburg College. Faculty and Staff Diversity Survey April 21, 2009. Institutional Analysis: Salvatore Ciolino and Suhua Dong. Background. Mission Statement “Belief in the worth and dignity of all people.” Affirmative Action Statement
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Institutional Analysis: Salvatore Ciolino and Suhua Dong
“Belief in the worth and dignity of all people.”
Affirmative Action Statement
“It is the Policy of Gettysburg College not to discriminate improperly against any matriculated student, employee or prospective employee on account of age, race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or being differently abled. “
All full-time faculty and staff (administrators & support staff) were invited to participate (Fall 2006)
345 (53%) people participated:
140 administrators (72%)
75 faculty (39%)
125 support staff (46%)
Including 25 people of color; 12 GLBT, 9 differently abled, 14 “Other” religion
5 groups & 13 subgroups (subgroups overlap)
▪ Race ▪ Gender ▪ Sexual Orientation ▪ Religion ▪ Ability
On issues related to gender and sexism: The rates of response for women (82%) and men (84%) were similar.
Faculty’s level of agreement with the following statements:
In many aspects, Gettysburg faculty and staff reported more positive experiences and perceived a more positive campus environment/climate for diversity than those at a peer institution.
For example: Gettysburg faculty and staff: