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Appendix 5-1
Knowledge of Tenure Procedures by Gender, Rank, and Presence of a Mentor

Presence of a Mentor by Gender and Rank

Rank

Gender

Men

Women

Professor

19 (279)

28 (233)

Associate professor

55 (194)

93 (255)

Assistant professor

108 (208)

142 (235)

NOTES: Sample sizes are in parentheses. For example, of 279 respondents, 19 male full professors stated that they had a mentor at some point in their careers.

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

Knowledge of Institutional Tenure Policies by Gender and Presence of a Mentor

Response

Men

Women

Mentor

No Mentor

Mentor

No Mentor

No institutional tenure policy present

3

2

2

4

Tenure policy present but not known

30

39

27

42

Knows institution’s tenure policies

136

387

221

357

NOTES: A total of 84 men (13 with mentors) and 70 women (13 with mentors) chose not to respond to this question.

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



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Appendix 5-1 Knowledge of Tenure Procedures by Gender, Rank, and Presence of a Mentor Presence of a Mentor by Gender and Rank Gender Rank Men Women Professor 19 (279) 28 (233) Associate professor 55 (194) 93 (255) Assistant professor 108 (208) 142 (235) NOTES: Sample sizes are in parentheses. For example, of 279 respondents, 19 male full professors stated that they had a mentor at some point in their careers. SOURCE: Survey of faculty conducted by the Committee on Gender Differences in Careers of Sci- ence, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty. Knowledge of Institutional Tenure Policies by Gender and Presence of a Mentor Men Women Response Mentor No Mentor Mentor No Mentor No institutional tenure policy present 3 2 2 4 Tenure policy present but not known 30 39 27 42 Knows institution’s tenure policies 136 387 221 357 NOTES: A total of 84 men (13 with mentors) and 70 women (13 with mentors) chose not to respond to this question. SOURCE: Survey of faculty conducted by the Committee on Gender Differences in Careers of Sci- ence, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty. 

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 APPENDIXES Knowledge of Institutional Promotion Policies by Gender and Rank Men Women Assoc. Asst. Assoc. Asst. Response Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor No institutional promotion policy present 1 1 3 3 4 3 Promotion policy present but not known 16 29 71 12 68 90 Knows institution’s promotion policies 221 141 115 164 158 130 NOTES: A total of 83 men (41 professors, 23 associate professors, and 19 assistant professors) and 71 women (34 professors, 25 associate professors, and 12 assistant professors) chose not to respond to this. SOURCE: Survey of faculty conducted by the Committee on Gender Differences in Careers of Sci- ence, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty.