Scrawl on the Wall asked the U of M community about respect, inviting both anonymous online feedback and written input on posters throughout the U of M campuses. Scrawl on the Wall was launched in March 2015 as part of the President’s Respect Initiative.

This information will help define U of M’s Community Standards, a shared set of guidelines for participation in the community.

results are 38%equity 32%valuing 19%accepting 11%reciprocity

  overall themes equitable treatment inclusion compassion

 campus more respectful if more civility and sense of community

 felt respected when acknowledged and affirmed of contributions

 felt disrespected on campus where discriminated, harrassed, excluded

 


Background 

Scrawl on the Wall was an opportunity to provide meaningful feedback about respect at the University. Four questions were posted in 20 locations across U of M campuses. Community members could also submit anonymous feedback.

Locations Across Campus

University One - Tier Building

International Centre for Students - 541 University Centre

Aboriginal Student Centre

UC Campo - Bookstore

UC Campo - 2nd floor near Tim Hortons

Engineering - atrium

Fletcher Argue - near IST

Dafoe Library - main floor near room 110

St. Andrew's Residence - main hall cafeteria

St. John's Residence - dining hall

Active Living - 158 Frank Kennedy

Active Living - 180 Extended Education

Active Living - main hallway (tunnel between Max Bell & Frank Kennedy)

Pembina Hall Residence - main lobby

Speechley Hall Residence - main lobby

University College Residence - main lobby

Arthur Mauro Residence - main lobby

William Norrie Campus - west wing by the mailboxes

Bannatyne Campus - outside of 260 Brodie

Bannatyne Campus - 200 level of the Pathology Building