Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Dr. Elizabeth Shoenfelt (Director), Dr. Reagan Brown, Dr. Jacquieline Pope-Tarrence
Department of Psychology
Master of Arts
The primary purpose of this study was to assess faculty perceptions of campus diversity at Western Kentucky University. A Diversity Survey was developed and administered to faculty at Western Kentucky University. Responses from the 378 fulltime faculty members who completed the survey were used in this study. Composites including campus diversity climate, satisfaction with diversity effects, race, gender, and religion were formed from the survey items for use in the analyses. Results indicated that minority and women faculty perceive campus diversity less favorably than do majority and men faculty.
Personality and Social Contexts | Race and Ethnicity | School Psychology | Social Psychology
Purdy, Meghan K., "Faculty Perceptions of Campus Diversity" (2012). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1140.