Broadly communicating information on women’s issues is one of the goals of the CSW. In preparing our Report Card, our questions ranged from faculty mentorship to child care leave to salary equity. Even within our committee there was uncertainty about policies on some issues. And for the future we hope to make it easier for all of us to be informed.
Towards this end, we are preparing an FAQ with a centralized list of answers and pointers to resources. If we don’t know the answer, we will pursue it through the appropriate channels.
What would you like to know?
Leave a public comment, email one of us or bring your question to the upcoming Faculty Assembly meeting, and we’ll add it to the CSW FAQ list.
The Committee on the Status of Women will be presenting a summary of our Report Card at the next Homewood Faculty Assembly meeting. Come learn more about us! The meeting will take place on Monday April 17 from 4:00 to 5:30 pm in Shaffer Hall Room 100.
Quick Link to Report Card on Vision 2020
Vision 2020 is a comprehensive report on the climate for women at Johns Hopkins published in 2006. It is really an impressive study that outlined many issues related to the work climate faced by women faculty, staff and students.
It has now been a decade since Vision 2020 was published. What progress has been made?
This was the question posed to the Committee on the Status of Women here at the Krieger School. We decided to create a Report Card as a succinct form of providing feedback. Our scope for this year was limited to evaluating issues related to faculty, and our evaluation metrics fell into four categories:
||This recommendation from Vision 2020 has been implemented!
|This recommendation from Vision 2020 has been partially implemented!
|Not Yet 😦
||As far as we know, this recommendation from Vision 2020 has not been implemented.
||Action on this recommendation from Vision 2020 is unclear
We presented this to the deans this morning and provide a copy of this under the Documents tab here.