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Diversity of Students

 

Undergraduate Students

The number of first-year students from underrepresented groups has more than doubled since 2012.

 bar chart representing number of underrepresented students since 2012


For more information see our undergraduate diversity dashboards.

Graduate Students

infographic of initiatives to increase access to graduate education

The number of new graduate students from underrepresented groups has increased forty-three percent since 2012. 

For more information see our graduate diversity dashboards.

 

Faculty and Staff

Faculty

Underrepresented faculty make up 9% of ladder ranks. The number of ladder rank faculty from underrepresented groups has increased by nearly 30% since 2012. Ladder rank faculty are any faculty that hold the position of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor.

 infographic of statistics about underrepresented faculty



For more information see our faculty diversity dashboards.

 

In 2017, projects led by women were awarded 14 of the top 20 monetary awards in Health Sciences and on General Campus bringing in over $73,000,000.

2017 Top Awards by Monetary Amount,
Health Sciences & General Campus

 pie graph of monetary amount of research awards won by women prinicpal investigators


For more information see A Steady Increase in Women Leading the Biggest Research Grants.

Over the last five years, total research award amounts to women have grown steadily. The graph below shows data for the top 40 research awards to women P.I.s across campus, including Health Sciences and General Campus, won by women P.I.s.

a bar chart of the growth of research money awarded to women P.I.s over the last five years

For more information see A Steady Increase in Women Leading the Biggest Research Grants.

 

Staff

Underrepresented employees make up 27% of career staff. The number of career staff from underrepresented groups has increased by more than 30% since 2012.

 infographic of statistics on underrepresented staff



For more information see our staff diversity dashboard.

UC San Diego staff members have made their voices heard through the 2017 Staff@Work Survey. Inclusion improves the entire campus, and changes made to the 2017 survey reflect that. The 2017 Survey incorporated questions created in partnership with the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion to receive more specific climate and diversity data and to gain a more holistic picture of staff experiences.

 an infographic of the 2017 staff at work survey results

Read more about the results of the 2017 Staff@Work Survey in the Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion’s summary or the Office for Operational Strategic Initiatives results.

 

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