Community climate survey

The Geoscience Community at the University of Nevada, Reno, comprised of the Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering, the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, the Nevada Seismological Laboratory, and other affiliated individuals and organizations, conducts an annual community climate survey of its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members. The survey is designed around issues of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice, but we welcome any and all feedback. All answers are anonymous and results are reported in aggregate to avoid the release of any potentially identifying information. If you have questions or concerns about these surveys, please contact the Geoscience For All Committee Chairperson, Joel Scheingross.

Participate in the 2023 community climate survey

We, the University of Nevada, Reno geoscience community, would like to get feedback from our members on efforts to improve the climate of our community which have been carried out by multiple groups and individuals throughout the past year. Our goal is for everyone to feel welcome and safe, for our community to be a place where everyone is treated with respect, and for there to be equity and justice for all our community members. All data is being collected anonymously, and results will be publicly reported in aggregate with all potentially identifying information removed. We use the results of this survey to compare to previous years and continually improve our community. We greatly appreciate your participation in this survey.

Take the 2023 community climate survey

Results of past surveys

Curious about the results of past surveys? Review previous feedback by navigating to the links below.

View 2022 Community Climate Survey Results

View 2021 community climate survey results

View 2020 Community Climate Survey Results