QCBS EDI Survey Results
The QCBS Equity, Diversity, Inclusion (EDI) working group was created in 2019. The EDI Survey was sent to QCBS members in 2021; through this survey, we would like to collect data on EDI issues within the members of QCBS. This will enable us to first draw up a map of the current situation, to identify current needs and then to propose actions that could be implemented within the framework of QCBS.
If you have any concerns, questions, or complaints about this survey or EDI at QCBS, please send an email to email@example.com. Your message will remain confidential and will only be viewed by the EDI committee. For more information on EDI at QCBS, see our EDI page.
The current, aggregated results of the EDI survey may be viewed here in detail. Use the sidebar to navigate and view the data.
identify as cultural/religious minority
identify as disabled
identify as Indigenous
identify as visible minority
Interactions at the QCBS
Opinions on representation of certain groups in regards to...
permanent members and professors of QCBS
members of the student/post-doc network
invited speakers to the QCBS Symposium
Opinions on possible improvements
to improve symposium or other event participation
This page allows you to view detailed results of the EDI Survey. Click on the different sections on the sidebar to navigate to the different graphs. On demographics, click on a graph section to filter the data only for that category. All the graphs will be updated. Click again to remove the filter. You may have multiple filters at once.
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion: How we can work towards a fairer academic environment? QCBS EDI Survey, 2021. Data last updated: 2021-08-23. Total responses: 188.
Disclaimer: All responses to this survey are anonymous. The original survey collected additional comments and feedback on EDI at the QCBS, which are not shown here. Furthermore, the results in the graphs you see on this page do not include completely empty responses (i.e. the question was skipped over and no response was given). The total numbers reflected in the graphs may therefore be less than the actual amount of submissions to the survey.