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Appendix 4-21
Percentage of Faculty Missing Salary Data by Gender and Discipline

Discipline

Men

Women

Biology

20.6 (126)

17.3 (133)

Chemistry

13.9 (122)

15.2 (112)

Civil engineering

20.2 (99)

15.5 (103)

Electrical engineering

18.1 (116)

16.4 (116)

Mathematics

12.4 (121)

15.4 (136)

Physics

17.5 (97)

10.6 (123)

NIOTES: Number in parentheses are the total number of respondents in each category. For example, 20.6 percent of men in biology out of 126 total respondents were missing salary data.

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



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Appendix 4-21 Percentage of Faculty Missing Salary Data by Gender and Discipline Discipline Men Women Biology 20.6 (126) 17.3 (133) Chemistry 13.9 (122) 15.2 (112) Civil engineering 20.2 (99) 15.5 (103) Electrical engineering 18.1 (116) 16.4 (116) Mathematics 12.4 (121) 15.4 (136) Physics 17.5 (97) 10.6 (123) NIOTES: Number in parentheses are the total number of respondents in each category. For example, 20.6 percent of men in biology out of 126 total respondents were missing salary data. SOURCE: Survey of faculty conducted by the Committee on Gender Differences in Careers of Sci- ence, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty.