The first phase of the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) staff inclusivity survey has concluded. The aim of this survey is to help us measure inclusivity across the UCT community by identifying the areas that are doing well and those that may need intervention.
Our survey partners, Aephoria, have indicated a completion rate of 41%. This means that almost 3 000 UCT staff took time to share their experiences of inclusivity at UCT. I want to sincerely thank those of you who participated.
Now that the first phase of the survey is complete, Aephoria will analyse your responses in the coming weeks to understand the inclusivity trends across different groups and faculties. They will then initiate the second phase of the project, which involves focus groups and interviews during August and September 2019, to explore the emerging themes in more depth. You will be able to volunteer to take part in these sessions, and more details on how to get involved will follow from Aephoria in the coming days.
Again, thank you so much for your participation. We are grateful for your time and commitment to shaping the future of our university.
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng
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