Carnegie Mellon University

Discriminatory and Sexual Harassment (DaSH) Study

All Pittsburgh-based Carnegie Mellon students were invited to complete this confidential survey in the spring 2016 semester as a means to self report thier experiences with identity based bias and/or harassment. The DaSH study was co-sponsored by the Vice Provost for Education and the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students and was authored and administered by the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis. Detailed information regarding the survey design and administration as well as the findings are included in the report.

An event designed to talk about these findings and inform future directions for studying the student experience related to diversity and inclusion was held on Tuesday, February 27, from 4-5pm at the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion (lower level of CUC across from bookstore).  For more information or to discuss the results of the DaSH study please contact Jen Gilbride-Brown or Holly Hippensteel.