22 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
Class issues
Cultural identities
Gender identity
Gender identity or expression, perceptual thinking patterns, learning and communication styles
Immigration/country of origin
Implicit bias
Implicit bias in all areas
Implicit bias; Human Library for Diversity
Intersectionality, implicit bias
Our culture showcase series focuses on spotlighting the various and diverse cultures represented on
our campus and in our community.
Poverty solutions & class diversity, gender identity
Religion, relating to international students
Support for caregivers
The definition that will guide the work of the committee says “ensuring that all seekers of truth—
regardless of race, nationality or ethnic group, religious tradition, gender, socioeconomic class,
immigration status, sexual orientation, or anything else—feel embraced and empowered to do their best
work here.”
Training on working with International students.
Unconscious bias, microaggressions
We typically do a topic every other week for our Diversi-tea program. For a sampling: representatives
from the Office of the Chaplain and the Spiritual & Religious Life Center (SPARC). LEAP (LGBTQ
Employees at Penn). “Muslim Americans, Muslim American Women, and Civil Rights.” Director of the
Netter Center for Community Partnerships. Director of the Greenfield Intercultural Center (GIC) and
FGLI Program Coordinator on the First-Generation, Low-Income Program (FGLI). Director of TRIO
Veterans Upward Bound Program (VUB). “Modeling Transitions: First Generation Students.” Director
of the Penn Women’s Center (PWC). Director of AARC (African American Resource Center). Director
of the LGBT Center (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) Director of the PAACH (Pan-Asian American
Community House). Microaggressions. Director of La Casa Latina (Center for Hispanic Excellence).
12. What group or individual is responsible for planning and/or delivering library presentations/
programs/workshops/exhibits? Check all that apply. N=65
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