The University of Dayton’s Women’s Center conducted a survey to evaluate the caregiving and remote work experiences of faculty, staff, and administrators amidst the pandemic. The survey, “Changing Conditions: Caretaking and On-Campus/Remote Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” was open from mid-December 2020 until early March 2021. Modeled after a number of national and regional studies of the impacts of the pandemic on working caregivers, the purpose of this survey was to gain information about the caregiving responsibilities of faculty and staff at the University, explore challenges and opportunities related to remote work, and make recommendations to University leadership based on the results.
COVID-19; gender; caretaking; mental health; parents
Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Women's Studies
Borello, Lisa, "COVID-19, Gender, and Caretaking: Survey Results" (2021). Women's Center Reports, Commentaries and Other Resources. 2.