During 2019-2020, the Climate Assessment working group focused their efforts on implementing qualitative research methods, synthesizing pre-existing College data and assessments, and outlining recommendations for the College. In Fall 2020, they will bring this important work to a close, having contributed to the College’s understanding of itself and leaving behind a set of best practices for further assessment.
To read about the Climate Assessment process, choose the Campus Climate tab on the left of this page.
Campus Climate is “. . . the current attitudes, behaviors and standards of faculty, staff, administrators and students concerning the level of respect for individual needs, abilities and potential.” (Sue Rankin, Rankin and Associates)
What makes THIS survey different?
- YOU can contribute and have your voice heard
- It includes the entire campus community
- It is not a reaction to a crisis
- It is action-oriented in its design—working groups will address areas of need as identified by the survey
- It is transparent—all community members will receive results at the same time
- New presidential leadership allows us to seize the moment with results
- Daria Robbins, Co-ChairDirector of Web Strategy and Development
- Martha Kaplan, Co-ChairProfessor of Anthropology, Co-chair
- Ivanna Guerra '20Student
- Diane HarrifordProfessor of Sociology and Director of Women’s Studies
- Arlene SaboDirector of Safety and Security
- Willa Vincitore ’92Senior Director, Alumnae/i Engagement
- Bryan Fotino '20Student
- Charlotte Waldman '21Student
- Tarif Rose '21Student
- Henry MolinaQualitative Research and Curriculum Engagement Associate, Engaged Pluralism Initiative
- Max SchemitschReporting and Data Analyst, Office of Institutional Research