This dashboard shows that 53 workshops were offered from October 2015 to June 2016. Of the 53 workshops, 19 were unique workshops. Two hundred ninety-six participants registered. Of those who registered, 35 were students, 75 faculty, 7 upper administration, 70 classified staff, 69 professional exempt staff, and 80 who did not indicate their position on campus. Of the 296 participants, 243 respondents indicated that they found this type of professional development somewhat to extremely valuable while 22 respondents indicated they did not find this type of professional development valuable at all. Participant responses aggregated across all workshops indicated they agreed to strongly agreed that the workshop outcomes were met (775 responses), while 14 responses indicated workshop outcomes were not met. The workshop participants continued to grow, with the biggest growth seen in Fall of 2015, and the smallest increase in Spring of 2016. Spring of 2016 had the largest returning participants. Speaker Michael Benitez, Jr. had the largest audience with most participants stating they were somewhat satisfied to very satisfied with the relevance to equity and inclusion, the topic being professionally meaningful, and able to apply to their work. Charlene Strong, the winter quarter speaker had a larger number of neutral responses when asked if her talk related to equity and inclusion, was professionally meaningful and/or could be applied to a participant’s work.
WWU Campus Equity and Inclusion Updates
Christina Van Wingerden
Capturing the Experience
Theories and Benchmark Instruments
Campus Equity and Inclusion Updates