Figures

2-1

 

Highest Degree of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions

 

 

2-2

 

Broad Field of Highest Degree by Degree Level for Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions

 

 

2-3

 

Year of Highest Degree by Race/Ethnicity of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions

 

 

2-4

 

Point in Time When Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions Decided to Become Engineers

 

 

2-5

 

Primary Influences on the Decisions of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions to Become Engineers

 

 

2-6

 

Types of Mentoring Experienced by Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions When They Were Postsecondary Students

 

 

2-7

 

Point in Time When Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions Decided to Pursue Academic Careers

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

Tables

3-1

 

Academic Rank of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Field of Highest Degree

 

 

3-2

 

Tenure Status of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Field of Highest Degree

 

 

3-3

 

Perceptions About Tenure Criteria and Policies Held by Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions (for Those Tenured and on Tenure Track)

 

 

3-4

 

Primary Work Activity of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Field of Highest Degree

 

 

3-5

 

Range of Annual Salaries of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Field of Highest Degree

 

 

3-6

 

Range of Annual Salaries of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Race/Ethnicity

 

 

3-7

 

Level of Satisfaction with Current Employment of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Field of Highest Degree

 

 

3-8

 

Level of Satisfaction with Current Employment of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Age

 

 

3-9

 

Previous Employment Sector of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions, by Field of Highest Degree

 

 

3-10

 

Reasons Given by Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions for Leaving Previous Employer

 

 

3-11

 

Career Impact of Aspects of the Work Environment and Life Cycle of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions

 

 

3-12

 

Factors Facilitating the Academic Careers of Female Engineering Faculty at U.S. Institutions

 

 



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