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Effects

Ratio Of Mean Odds Ratios (Lower, Upper 95% Confidence Limits)

Differences across disciplines

 

Biology – Chemistry

0.26 (–0.04, 0.55)

Biology – Mathematics

0.26 (–0.08, 0.59)

Biology – Electrical engineering

0.19 (–0.06, 0.45)

Biology – Physics

0.19 (–0.04, 0.42)

Biology – Civil engineering

0.24 (–0.08, 0.56)

Chemistry – Mathematics

0.99 (–0.01, 2.00)

Chemistry – Electrical engineering

0.75 (0.06, 1.44)

Chemistry – Physics

0.75 (–0.01, 1.50)

Chemistry – Civil engineering

0.94 (0.03, 1.85)

Mathematics – Electrical engineering

0.76 (–0.11, 1.62)

Mathematics – Physics

0.75 (–0.03, 1.53)

Mathematics – Civil engineering

0.95 (–0.30, 2.19)

Electrical engineering – Physics

0.99 (0.07, 1.92)

Electrical engineering – Civil engineering

1.25 (0.13, 2.37)

Physics – Civil engineering

1.26 (0.10, 2.41)

Type of position

 

Tenured – tenure-track

0.57 (0.22, 0.93)

Type of institution

 

Private – public

1.17 (0.19, 2.16)

Prestige of institution

 

Top 10 – Next 10

1.50 (0.39, 2.62)

Top 10 – Remaining

1.33 (0.02, 2.65)

Next 10 – Remaining

0.89 (–0.13, 1.90)

Search committee chair

 

Male – female

0.95 (0.16, 1.74)

a The sample size used to fit this model was 667. For differences across effect level, the mean represents the ratio of odds ratios between the two factor levels.

bThe same effects were fit as in Appendix 3-2.

SOURCE: Departmental survey conducted by the Committee on Gender Differences in Careers of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty.



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