This guide is intended to:
- Support EDI strategy assessment, enhancement, and development
- Enhance access and use of existing data, dashboards, and reports
- Provide direction on available expertise for ad hoc analytics requests
- Communicate about forthcoming resources to support efforts
Data Availability, Use and Access
- Data are managed, analyzed, and reported by a range of offices using varying approaches, including some public-facing and restricted-access dashboards, standing reports, and ad-hoc studies.
- Many data, dashboards and reports are, by design, accessible to select individuals and their use may be subject to Duke’s Data Classification Standard policies.
- Access may be limited to school and unit leaders, including chairs, chief administrative and business officers, HR representatives, and EDI leaders.
- Data definitions, such as race/ethnicity groupings, may vary across data sources and reports.
- Many available data and reports focus on select constituent groups, such as faculty, staff, health professions and biomedical sciences learners, and postdoctoral trainees.
- The timing of data collection and reporting varies across sources.
- It is not necessarily possible to link or match data across data, dashboards, or reports in this guide.
- This guide provides information on frequently used data and reports that support EDI strategy development and enhancement. It is not exhaustive of all data and reports available.
- A broader set of data resources available at Duke can be found on the Racial Equity at Duke website.
Contact Rebecca Redmond, Director of Assessment & Research in the SOM Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, with questions about access to, content and use of these resources.