Diversity and inclusion survey: Prepared for Wichita State University, March 2020 Update
Hanover Research. Diversity and inclusion survey: Prepared for Wichita State University [Updated] March 2020. -- 76 pages
Overall satisfaction with WSU remains high among students and staff, and fewer respondents report incidents of bias and harassment. Nevertheless, students report feeling less comfortable on campus than in 2016. Respondents want WSU to increase its efforts to address diversity-related issues, particularly in the spheres of recruitment, accessibility on campus, and conflict resolution.
The original survey (including a faculty-focused and a student-focused version) was administered online in 2016 using Survey Gizmo. The 2019 survey was updated and administered using Qualtrics. The analysis includes a total of respondents following data cleaning. Results are analyzed longitudinally in the report (2016 and 2019), and the 2019 responses are further segmented by sexual orientation, race, and gender. Additionally, the data supplement includes segments by religion and student vs. staff/faculty.