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Impact of COVID-19 on gender
equality in research and
academia
Survey on
Working academic
conditions, academic time
usage perception and
academic performance
during the Covid-19 lock-
d...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage
perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-do...
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Presentation held by Maria Bustelo (UCM) during the online event "How COVID-19 impacted on gender equality in academia", organised by SUPERA on 9 June 2021.

More info about the event are available here: https://www.superaproject.eu/covid-19-impact-on-gender-equality-in-academia-on-9-06-an-online-event-to-present-the-surveys-results/

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Complutense University of Madrid - "Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lockdown"

  1. 1. Impact of COVID-19 on gender equality in research and academia
  2. 2. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock- down María Bustelo, Paula de Dios & Lorena Pajares (UCM SUPERA team) This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829.
  3. 3. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Population UCM Academic & Research Staff 6.179 (100%) 3.222 men (52,14%) 2.957 women (47,86%) Date June 18 - July 8 2020 Type of Survey and distribution Online Questionnaire, distributed by email. Sent by each Dean Office to Staff Emails(26 Faculties) and promoted at each faculty by the Gender Focal point of the SUPERA project Responses 1.531 responses (24.78%) Difference between population and responses Slight differences that were statistically weighinged (lower participation from men)
  4. 4. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Working conditions Have a room of her/his own where to work: Have a good computer equipment:
  5. 5. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Working conditions Have felt sadness, preoccupation, anxiety and stress, feeling overwhelmed, and of losing control: Men Women A lot / Extremely A little / Nothing at all A lot / Extremely A little / Nothing at all
  6. 6. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Time usage perception: dedication to housework (during lock-down) Men Women
  7. 7. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Time usage perception: dedication to academic work Before lockdown female claimed to devote slightly less weekly time than men to academic work. But during lockdown figures reverse* * This reported weekly time is the general mean, taking into account that part-time faculty staff was also included. Figures of weekly time reported by full-time Faculty staff were all over 40 hrs per week
  8. 8. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Time usage perception: dedication to academic work Before lockdown During lockdown
  9. 9. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. I have often worked at unusual time (night/weekends) It has often been difficult to work without interruptions Concentrating on work helped me deal with the situation Men Women Very/totally agree Barely/Not agree Very/totally agree Barely/Not agree Academic performance & Satisfaction at work
  10. 10. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Academic performance & Satisfaction at work I have taken the opportunity to catch up on delayed issues
  11. 11. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Men Women Totally affected Not at all Totally affected Not at all Academic performance & Satisfaction at work: Circumstances affecting academic work
  12. 12. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Academic performance & Satisfaction at work: Academic production before the pandemic (2019)
  13. 13. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Academic performance & Satisfaction at work: Academic production during the pandemic and lockdown
  14. 14. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. Summary of results UCM In general female faculty staff have experienced a much harder time during the lockdown than their male colleagues ➔ worse working conditions ➔ increased time both domestic & caring and academic work ➔ gender roles confirmed and aggravated during lockdown ○ women teaching and management ○ men research and publishing ➔ this has consequences in academic performance
  15. 15. Survey on Working academic conditions, academic time usage perception and academic performance during the Covid-19 lock-down This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. @SUPERAproject @SUPERA_UCM https://www.superaproject.eu/ https://www.ucm.es/supera THANK YOU! This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 787829. María Bustelo, Paula de Dios and Lorena Pajares. October 2020

Presentation held by Maria Bustelo (UCM) during the online event "How COVID-19 impacted on gender equality in academia", organised by SUPERA on 9 June 2021. More info about the event are available here: https://www.superaproject.eu/covid-19-impact-on-gender-equality-in-academia-on-9-06-an-online-event-to-present-the-surveys-results/

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