Overall Rating Bronze - expired
Overall Score 44.33
Liaison Paul Scanlon
Submission Date July 27, 2011
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STARS v1.0

Slippery Rock University
PAE-7: Measuring Campus Diversity Culture

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 2.00 / 2.00 Holly McCoy, JD
Assistant Vice President
Diversity and Equal Opportunity
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Has the institution assessed attitudes about diversity and equity on campus in a way that meets the criteria for this credit?:
Yes

A brief description of the assessment(s):

Yes, the university is completing its first university wide assessment campus climate survey, focusing on diversity issues. The instrument has been developed by a committee in conjunction with Dr. Sue Rankin, a researcher from Penn State University. It will be administered during the fall 2010 semester.


Year the assessment was last administered:
2,010

A brief description of how the results of the assessment(s) are used in shaping policy, programs, and initiatives:

The purpose of the project is to provide important information about the climate at Slippery Rock University and to enable SRU to improve the environment for working, living, and learning. This information will be used in conjunction with other data to provide the Slippery Rock University with an inclusive view of their institution.

OUTCOMES:
• Slippery Rock University will learn how all constituent groups (faculty, staff, students, and administrators) experience and perceive the climate for living, learning, and working at the Academy and how the community responds to them (e.g. governance issues, pedagogy, curricular issues, professional development, inter-group/intra-group relations, respect issues, etc.)
• Slippery Rock University will develop specific objectives and action plans to address institutional changes and cultural shifts.


The website URL where information about the assessment(s) is available:
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