Report on Female Staff Discrimination at Columbia University, February 1971, page 12
'women in the University (see PP. 1-2 of this report). Thusfar, forty-six returns have been analyzed. 11 names (optional), offices (optional), highest educational levels, ‘quested information on the following categories: (1) job offers/ transfers (2) salary (beginning salary; raises; unequal pay) (3) pro- ? ,(7) maternity leaves (8) daycare. VMost of the returned questionnairesvh CASE HISTORIES During the period of February 9 through February 19, 1971,92, Columbia women's Liberation sent out.a nuestionnaire to non-teachin3*i The questionnaire (Exhibit #U) asked women to give us their_;y5oA division of employment, positions and number of years held. we re- motions (H) biased attitudes about women expressed by staff/supervisors.‘ CS) over verbal or written affirmations of discrimination (6) nepotism A listed complaints of discrimination in more than one area.12 .11 Approximately 300 questionnaires were mailed, Of the 25% non- yilz; Where specific quotations are used, a code number will appear at returns, 50 did not reach their destination. 20u questionnaires 2 are still outstanding -- some we have been notified are en route to us but it is not possible to-predivt a total return percentage. Because of the time constraint created by the early arrival of the Contract Comliauce investigatory team, we are compiling this re- -port on the basis of questionnaires on hand.” Data which arrives after the completion of this report will be included in a follow- up report on staff discrimination. ' ' -a Returns were from women in the Arts, Business, Columbia College, . Engineering, Journalism, International Affairs, The Graduate Schoolﬁ of Arts and Sciences as well as institutes, central administrative , ‘offices and other offices (e.g., the libraries, Columbia University ‘ Press, etc.) ‘o ' . - ‘ the conclusion of the quote. Names will not be included in these ,case histories;, they will, however, be given to the investigating" team from HEW and Labor with the permission of the respondees. Note: 35 of the respondees volunteered their names.