Dear Glasgow Caledonian University,
As I have said in my other request, I am trying to find out more about equality of opportunity for academics at GCU who are neurodiverse. By "neurodiverse", I mean those who are autistic, dyspraxic, dyslexic, dyscalculic or who have AD(H)D. I am making a number of requests about this topic. I would be most grateful if you could please show:
1. How many Lecturers were appointed to open-ended posts in the Department for Business & Society in the years 2015-2019? Please show a breakdown by year.
2. In that breakdown by year, please state how many of the Lecturers have autism?
3. In that breakdown by year, please state how many of the Lecturers have dyspraxia?
4. In that breakdown by year, please state how many of the Lecturers have both autism and dyspraxia?
Dear Ms Hesketh
Glasgow Caledonian University has received your request for information. The University is currently processing this and will get back to you as soon as possible. It will be responded to under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.
Department of Governance
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Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA,
Scotland, United Kingdom
I refer to your request for information (email below). The University's response is attached.
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If there are any questions in relation to this request, please contact the University at [Glasgow Caledonian University request email] Please note the University is currently processing the remainder of your requests.
Information Compliance, Governance and Records Manager | Department of Governance
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Thanks once again for your prompt response.
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