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Update: AAS CSWA Survey of Workplace Climtae

2 Mar 2015, 20:00 UTC
Update: AAS CSWA Survey of Workplace Climtae
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Update: The AAS CSWA Survey on Workplace Climate will be closing on March 15th (at midnight, EST). We have received over 400 responses already and would like to thank everyone who has participated thus far. For those who have not filled out the survey, please do so as soon as possible. Also, for those who volunteered for the follow-up interview portion, Dr. Kate Clancy will be contacting you in the next month to arrange those interviews. Preliminary results will be presented this summer.For more information:The AAS Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy (CSWA) is conducting a survey on Workplace Climate. The CSWA wants to learn if members of the astronomical community encounter negative language, or experience verbal or physical altercations on the basis of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability status, or race and ethnicity. The survey is designed to request information during the respondent's current position and previous position (if the respondent has changed positions within the last five years). This information is requested in order to understand if astronomers and planetary scientists encounter varying workplace climates at different stages of their career.Please help us in our pursuit to better understand how workplace climate impacts the members ...

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