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Appendix 5-3
Time Spent in Both Assistant and Associate Professorships

 

Number Tenured

Number of Cases

Percent women among tenure-track faculty

 

 

0 – 10

3

3

10.1 – 25

32

32

25.1 – 50

30

35

50.1 – 75

10

13

75.1 – 100

3

3

Percent women among all faculty

 

 

0 – 10

14

14

10.1 – 25

51

55

25.1 – 50

13

17

NOTES: The percentage of women in the tenure pool was computed as the total number of women on tenure-track (both assistant and associate) divided by the total number of tenure-track faculty (both assistant and associate). The percentage of women among all faculty was computed as the total number of women of all ranks, tenured or tenure-track, divided by the total number of faculty of all ranks, tenured or tenure-track. Again, we did not consider the 37 tenure decisions involving a woman where the number of tenure-track women was reported to be zero.

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



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Appendix 5-3 Time Spent in Both Assistant and Associate Professorships Number Tenured Number of Cases Percent women among tenure-track faculty 0 – 10 3 3 10.1 – 25 32 32 25.1 – 50 30 35 50.1 – 75 10 13 75.1 – 100 3 3 Percent women among all faculty 0 – 10 14 14 10.1 – 25 51 55 25.1 – 50 13 17 NOTES: The percentage of women in the tenure pool was computed as the total number of women on tenure-track (both assistant and associate) divided by the total number of tenure-track faculty (both assistant and associate). The percentage of women among all faculty was computed as the total num- ber of women of all ranks, tenured or tenure-track, divided by the total number of faculty of all ranks, tenured or tenure-track. Again, we did not consider the 37 tenure decisions involving a woman where the number of tenure-track women was reported to be zero. SOURCE: Departmental survey conducted by the Committee on Gender Differences in Careers of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty.