Association of American Law Schools

Statistical Report on Law School Faculty And Candidates for Law Faculty Positions

2002-03

Prepared by Richard A. White, AALS Research Associate/Data Analyst


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New Law Faculty Listed in the Faculty Appointments Register, 1991-92 through 2002-03

Since the majority of successful Faculty Appointments Register candidates are hired as assistant and associate professors, the following analyses focus on this subgroup of new faculty. Table 8A shows that almost half (49.8%) of the new assistant and associate professors hired over the past twelve years had been listed in the Faculty Appointments Register in the year prior to their faculty appointments. Over only the past six years, the percentage is slightly lower (47.4%). The percentage of the new assistant and associate professors that had been in the previous year’s Register had been rising up through 1995-96 (57.4%); it dropped to 52.5 percent in 1996-97, and then even more to 43.4 percent in 1997-98. In 1998-99 the percentage rose to 47.6 percent; and in 1999-2000, it rose to the second highest level in the eleven-year period (56.8%). The percentage fell back to 47.5 in 2000-01 and further to 45.1 in 2001-02 and 45.0 in 2002-03. Note that this percentage has been fairly stable over the twelve-year period; it dropped below 45 percent in only one year (1997-98).

 
TABLE 8A (2002-03), Last 12 Years: New Assoc. & Asst. Profs. Listed in Previous FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Number Percentage in FAR
1991-92 221 108 48.9
1992-93 198 96 48.5
1993-94 160 84 52.5
1994-95 170 90 52.9
1995-96 190 109 57.4
1996-97 139 73 52.5
1997-98 113 49 43.4
1998-99 143 68 47.6
1999-00 146 83 56.8
2000-01 160 76 47.5
2001-02 195 88 45.1
2002-03 209 94 45.0
ALL YEARS 2044 1018 49.8

 


 
TABLE 8A (2002-03), Last 6 Years: New Assoc. & Asst. Profs. Listed in Previous FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Number Percentage in FAR
ALL YEARS 966 458 47.4

 


Table 8B stratifies the data by gender and shows that significantly higher percentages of the men hired as new assistant and associate professors had been listed in the Register. Over all twelve years, 56.9 percent of the men and 41.4 percent of the women had been Register candidates; and over the last six years the percentage difference is even greater, 55.6 percent for men and only 37.7 percent for women. The differences are statistically significant in both the twelve-year and the six-year comparisons (Chi-square test, P ≤.01).

The comparisons within individual years are remarkably consistent. In each of the twelve years, a higher percentage of the new faculty men had been listed in the Register. The percentage differences were highly significant (Chi-square test, P ≤.05) in six of the eleven years (1991-92, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1998-99, 2000-01, and 2001-02). In the most recent year (2002-03) and three earlier years (1992-93, 1993-94, and 1994-95), the differences are significant at a lower level (Chi-square test, P ≤.1).

The twelve-year comparison of new men to new women assistant and associate professors clearly shows that the new women faculty members were much more likely to have secured their positions through channels other than the Faculty Appointments Register.

 

TABLE 8B (2002-03), Last 12 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
1991-92 Women 102 46.2 42 38.9 41.2
Men 119 53.8 66 61.1 55.5
ALL 221 100.0 108 100.0 48.9
1992-93 Women 96 48.5 41 42.7 42.7
Men 102 51.5 55 57.3 53.9
ALL 198 100.0 96 100.0 48.5
1993-94 Women 76 47.5 35 41.7 46.1
Men 84 52.5 49 58.3 58.3
ALL 160 100.0 84 100.0 52.5
1994-95 Women 78 45.9 36 40.0 46.2
Men 92 54.1 54 60.0 58.7
ALL 170 100.0 90 100.0 52.9
1995-96 Women 86 45.3 43 39.4 50.0
Men 104 54.7 66 60.6 63.5
ALL 190 100.0 109 100.0 57.4
1996-97 Women 52 37.4 22 30.1 42.3
Men 87 62.6 51 69.9 58.6
ALL 139 100.0 73 100.0 52.5
1997-98 Women 49 43.4 18 36.7 36.7
Men 64 56.6 31 63.3 48.4
ALL 113 100.0 49 100.0 43.4
1998-99 Women 69 48.3 27 39.7 39.1
Men 74 51.7 41 60.3 55.4
ALL 143 100.0 68 100.0 47.6
1999-00 Women 56 38.4 30 36.1 53.6
Men 90 61.6 53 63.9 58.9
ALL 146 100.0 83 100.0 56.8
2000-01 Women 79 49.4 26 34.2 32.9
Men 81 50.6 50 65.8 61.7
ALL 160 100.0 76 100.0 47.5
2001-02 Women 96 49.2 30 34.1 31.3
Men 99 50.8 58 65.9 58.6
ALL 195 100.0 88 100.0 45.1
2002-03 Women 94 45.0 36 38.3 38.3
Men 115 55.0 58 61.7 50.4
ALL 209 100.0 94 100.0 45.0
ALL YEARS Women 933 45.6 386 37.9 41.4
Men 1111 54.4 632 62.1 56.9
ALL 2044 100.0 1018 100.0 49.8

Gender information updated Spring 2003

 


 
TABLE 8B (2002-03), Last 6 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
ALL YEARS Women 443 45.9 167 36.5 37.7
Men 523 54.1 291 63.5 55.6
ALL 966 100.0 458 100.0 47.4

Gender information updated Spring 2003

 


Table 8C shows that aggregated over all twelve years, a higher percentage of the new nonminority assistant and associate professors had been Register candidates (54.6%), compared to the new minority assistant and associate professors (49.4%). The twelve-year percentage difference is statistically significant (Chi-square test, P ≤.05). However, over the more recent six years, the percentage difference is smaller, 53.7 percent for the new nonminority faculty and 50.7 percent for the new minority faculty. The six-year percentage difference is not statistically significant.

Comparisons of the new minority and new nonminority faculty within individual years show mixed results. In seven of the twelve years, higher percentages of the new nonminority assistant and associate professors had been listed in the Register; in four years, higher percentages of the new minority faculty had been in the Register; and in one year (2001-02), the percentage was the same. The differences were statistically significant in only two years, 1998-99 (minority 30.6%, nonminority 60.0%) and 1999-2000 (minority 48.8%, nonminority 67.0%).

Although these comparisons show that over time, a smaller percentage of the new minority faculty used the Faculty Appointments Register, the results of the year-by-year comparisons have varied back and forth over the twelve-year period and the aggregate comparison over the last six years shows a relatively small percentage difference. There is no strong trend shown here.

 

TABLE 8C (2002-03), Last 12 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
1991-92 Minority 67 32.1 28 26.2 41.8
Non-Minority 142 67.9 79 73.8 55.6
ALL with ethnic info. 209 100.0 107 100.0 51.2
1992-93 Minority 51 27.0 26 27.1 51.0
Non-Minority 138 73.0 70 72.9 50.7
ALL with ethnic info. 189 100.0 96 100.0 50.8
1993-94 Minority 45 29.0 19 22.9 42.2
Non-Minority 110 71.0 64 77.1 58.2
ALL with ethnic info. 155 100.0 83 100.0 53.5
1994-95 Minority 49 29.2 22 24.7 44.9
Non-Minority 119 70.8 67 75.3 56.3
ALL with ethnic info. 168 100.0 89 100.0 53.0
1995-96 Minority 68 36.6 39 35.8 57.4
Non-Minority 118 63.4 70 64.2 59.3
ALL with ethnic info. 186 100.0 109 100.0 58.6
1996-97 Minority 33 25.4 18 26.1 54.5
Non-Minority 97 74.6 51 73.9 52.6
ALL with ethnic info. 130 100.0 69 100.0 53.1
1997-98 Minority 19 17.6 12 24.5 63.2
Non-Minority 89 82.4 37 75.5 41.6
ALL with ethnic info. 108 100.0 49 100.0 45.4
1998-99 Minority 36 27.5 11 16.2 30.6
Non-Minority 95 72.5 57 83.8 60.0
ALL with ethnic info. 131 100.0 68 100.0 51.9
1999-00 Minority 43 32.8 21 26.3 48.8
Non-Minority 88 67.2 59 73.8 67.0
ALL with ethnic info. 131 100.0 80 100.0 61.1
2000-01 Minority 31 21.2 19 25.7 61.3
Non-Minority 115 78.8 55 74.3 47.8
ALL with ethnic info. 146 100.0 74 100.0 50.7
2001-02 Minority 45 25.3 22 25.3 48.9
Non-Minority 133 74.7 65 74.7 48.9
ALL with ethnic info. 178 100.0 87 100.0 48.9
2002-03 Minority 45 28.5 26 28.0 57.8
Non-Minority 113 71.5 67 72.0 59.3
ALL with ethnic info. 158 100.0 93 100.0 58.9
ALL YEARS Minority 532 28.2 263 26.2 49.4
Non-Minority 1357 71.8 741 73.8 54.6
ALL with ethnic info. 1889 100.0 1004 100.0 53.1

Gender/ethnic information updated Spring 2003

 


 
TABLE 8C (2002-03), Last 6 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
ALL YEARS Minority 219 25.7 111 24.6 50.7
Non-Minority 633 74.3 340 75.4 53.7
ALL with ethnic info. 852 100.0 451 100.0 52.9

Gender/ethnic information updated Spring 2003

 


Table 8D shows the twelve-year comparison of new assistant and associate professors who had been Register candidates categorized by ethnic/racial group. Comparisons within single years show varied results. Also, the small numbers in specific ethnic/racial groups make statistical comparisons difficult; Chi-square tests are not appropriate measures in most instances. The American Indian/Alaskan Native group is extremely small and is excluded from all analyses.

The groups with the highest percentages of new faculty listed in the previous year’s Register were Asian in five years (1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2001-02, and 2002-03), Black in three years (1992-93, 1995-96, and 2000-01), White in two years (1993-94 and 1994-95), and Hispanic in three years (1991-92, 1996-97, and 1997-98). Note that in 1996-97, Asians and Hispanics had the same “highest” percentage. The groups with the lowest percentages were Hispanic in six years (1995-96, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, and 2002-03), Asian in three years (1992-93, 1993-94, and 1994-95), Black in two years (1991-92 and 1996-97), and White in one year (1997-98).

Over all eleven years, the ethnic/racial group with the highest percentage of Register candidates among its new assistant and associate professors was the Asian/Pacific Islander group (58.4%), closely followed by the White (54.6%) and Black (50.6%) groups. Only 39.8 percent of the new Hispanic faculty had been Register candidates, significantly lower than each of the other three groups (Chi-square test, P ≤.05). The comparison over the most recent six years shows the same pattern with the Asian group distinguished even more prominently as having the highest percentage and the Hispanic group distinguished more prominently as having the lowest. From highest to lowest, the percentages are Asian (71.7%), White (53.7%), Black (49.4%), and Hispanic (22.9%). In the six-year comparison, the Asian percentage is significantly higher than the percentages for each of the other three groups (Chi-square test, P ≤.01); and the Hispanic percentage is significantly lower than those for each of the other three (Chi-square test, P ≤.01).

In the more recent years, the new Asian faculty were clearly the most likely to have been Register candidates. Even though they had the lowest percentage in the Register in 1992-93, 1993-94, and 1994-95, having the highest percentage in five of the last six years has the Asian group with the highest twelve-year percentage.

Similarly, the new Hispanic faculty members have been most likely to have secured their positions through channels other than the AALS Faculty Appointments Register. The Hispanic group of new faculty had the lowest percentage in the Register in each of the past five years (1998-99 through 2002-03), as well as in 1995-96. Note, however, that the Hispanic group did have the highest percentage in 1991-92 and shared the highest percentage rank with the Asian group in 1996-97.

 

TABLE 8D (2002-03), Last 12 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
1991-92 Am.Indian/Alaskan 1 0.5 0 0.0 0.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 6 2.9 3 2.8 50.0
Black 37 17.7 12 11.2 32.4
Hispanic 20 9.6 12 11.2 60.0
White 142 67.9 79 73.8 55.6
Other Minority 3 1.4 1 0.9 33.3
ALL with ethnic info. 209 100.0 107 100.0 51.2
1992-93 Am.Indian/Alaskan 1 0.5 1 1.0 100.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 5 2.6 1 1.0 20.0
Black 30 15.9 17 17.7 56.7
Hispanic 14 7.4 6 6.3 42.9
White 138 73.0 70 72.9 50.7
Other Minority 1 0.5 1 1.0 100.0
ALL with ethnic info. 189 100.0 96 100.0 50.8
1993-94 Am.Indian/Alaskan 1 0.6 0 0.0 0.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 7 4.5 2 2.4 28.6
Black 20 12.9 10 12.0 50.0
Hispanic 17 11.0 7 8.4 41.2
White 110 71.0 64 77.1 58.2
Other Minority . . . . .
ALL with ethnic info. 155 100.0 83 100.0 53.5
1994-95 Am.Indian/Alaskan 2 1.2 1 1.1 50.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 9 5.4 3 3.4 33.3
Black 23 13.7 12 13.5 52.2
Hispanic 12 7.1 5 5.6 41.7
White 119 70.8 67 75.3 56.3
Other Minority 3 1.8 1 1.1 33.3
ALL with ethnic info. 168 100.0 89 100.0 53.0
1995-96 Am.Indian/Alaskan 5 2.7 1 0.9 20.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 10 5.4 6 5.5 60.0
Black 37 19.9 25 22.9 67.6
Hispanic 13 7.0 6 5.5 46.2
White 118 63.4 70 64.2 59.3
Other Minority 3 1.6 1 0.9 33.3
ALL with ethnic info. 186 100.0 109 100.0 58.6
1996-97 Am.Indian/Alaskan 1 0.8 1 1.4 100.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 6 4.6 4 5.8 66.7
Black 15 11.5 7 10.1 46.7
Hispanic 9 6.9 6 8.7 66.7
White 97 74.6 51 73.9 52.6
Other Minority 2 1.5 0 0.0 0.0
ALL with ethnic info. 130 100.0 69 100.0 53.1
1997-98 Am.Indian/Alaskan . . . . .
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 5 4.6 4 8.2 80.0
Black 11 10.2 6 12.2 54.5
Hispanic 2 1.9 2 4.1 100.0
White 89 82.4 37 75.5 41.6
Other Minority 1 0.9 0 0.0 0.0
ALL with ethnic info. 108 100.0 49 100.0 45.4
1998-99 Am.Indian/Alaskan 1 0.8 1 1.5 100.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 5 3.8 4 5.9 80.0
Black 12 9.2 3 4.4 25.0
Hispanic 16 12.2 3 4.4 18.8
White 95 72.5 57 83.8 60.0
Other Minority 2 1.5 0 0.0 0.0
ALL with ethnic info. 131 100.0 68 100.0 51.9
1999-00 Am.Indian/Alaskan 5 3.8 3 3.8 60.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 8 6.1 7 8.8 87.5
Black 13 9.9 6 7.5 46.2
Hispanic 13 9.9 2 2.5 15.4
White 88 67.2 59 73.8 67.0
Other Minority 4 3.1 3 3.8 75.0
ALL with ethnic info. 131 100.0 80 100.0 61.1
2000-01 Am.Indian/Alaskan 2 1.4 1 1.4 50.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 5 3.4 3 4.1 60.0
Black 13 8.9 9 12.2 69.2
Hispanic 7 4.8 2 2.7 28.6
White 115 78.8 55 74.3 47.8
Other Minority 4 2.7 4 5.4 100.0
ALL with ethnic info. 146 100.0 74 100.0 50.7
2001-02 Am.Indian/Alaskan 4 2.2 3 3.4 75.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 9 5.1 5 5.7 55.6
Black 19 10.7 10 11.5 52.6
Hispanic 7 3.9 1 1.1 14.3
White 133 74.7 65 74.7 48.9
Other Minority 6 3.4 3 3.4 50.0
ALL with ethnic info. 178 100.0 87 100.0 48.9
2002-03 Am.Indian/Alaskan 2 1.3 2 2.2 100.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 14 8.9 10 10.8 71.4
Black 21 13.3 10 10.8 47.6
Hispanic 3 1.9 1 1.1 33.3
White 113 71.5 67 72.0 59.3
Other Minority 5 3.2 3 3.2 60.0
ALL with ethnic info. 158 100.0 93 100.0 58.9
ALL YEARS Am.Indian/Alaskan 25 1.3 14 1.4 56.0
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 89 4.7 52 5.2 58.4
Black 251 13.3 127 12.6 50.6
Hispanic 133 7.0 53 5.3 39.8
White 1357 71.8 741 73.8 54.6
Other Minority 34 1.8 17 1.7 50.0
ALL with ethnic info. 1889 100.0 1004 100.0 53.1

Gender/ethnic information updated Spring 2003
Persons identified as 'white' and a single minority ethnic group are categorized with the minority group.
Persons identified with multiple minority ethnic groups are categorized with the 'other minority' group.

 


 
TABLE 8D (2002-03), Last 6 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
ALL YEARS Am.Indian/Alaskan 14 1.6 10 2.2 71.4
Asian/Pacif.Isl. 46 5.4 33 7.3 71.7
Black 89 10.4 44 9.8 49.4
Hispanic 48 5.6 11 2.4 22.9
White 633 74.3 340 75.4 53.7
Other Minority 22 2.6 13 2.9 59.1
ALL with ethnic info. 852 100.0 451 100.0 52.9

Gender/ethnic information updated Spring 2003
Persons identified as 'white' and a single minority ethnic group are categorized with the minority group.
Persons identified with multiple minority ethnic groups are categorized with the 'other minority' group.

 


 

Comparing the new assistant and associate professors who had been Register candidates by minority/nonminority-gender group in Table 8E shows that the new nonminority men were most likely to have been Register candidates. The new nonminority men had the highest percentage in the Register in ten of the twelve years (1991-92 through 1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2001-02, and 2002-03). Minority men had the highest percentage in the Register in the remaining two years (1997-98 and 2000-01) and had the next to the highest percentage in the aggregated twelve-year and six-year comparisons.

The nonminority women group of new faculty had the lowest percentages in the Register in seven of the twelve years (1992-93, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 2000-01, 2001-02, and 2002-03); the minority women group had the lowest percentage in four years (1991-92, 1993-94, 1994-95, and 1998-99); minority men had the lowest percentage in 1999-2000.

Statistically significant percentage differences (Chi-square test, P ≤.05) occur in the comparisons of nonminority men to nonminority women in six years (1992-93, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 2000-01, and 2001-02). Significant percentage differences (Chi-square test, P ≤.05) occur for nonminority men compared to minority women in three years (1991-92, 1993-94, and 1998-99). In 1997-98, the minority men percentage is significantly higher than the percentages of each of the other three groups; and in 2000-01, the minority men percentage is significantly higher than those for both minority and nonminority women (Chi-square test, P ≤.05).

Over all twelve years, 63.6 percent of the new assistant and associate professors who are nonminority men had been in the Register, compared to 53.9 percent of the minority men, 44.4 percent of the minority women, and 43.9 percent of the nonminority women. The percentage for nonminority men is significantly higher than the percentages for each of the other groups (Chi-square test, P ≤.01). And the percentage for minority men is significantly higher than the percentages for both minority and nonminority women (Chi-square test, P ≤.05).

Aggregated over the more recent six years, 63.2 percent of the new nonminority men faculty had been in the Register, compared to 58.0 percent of the minority men, 42.6 percent of the nonminority women, and 42.0 percent of the minority women. The percentage for nonminority men is significantly higher than the percentages for both minority and nonminority women (Chi-square test, P ≤.01). And the percentage for minority men also is significantly higher than the percentages for both minority and nonminority women (Chi-square test, P ≤.05).

These results are consistent with the analysis by gender shown previously (pages 27-29) and show that both minority and nonminority women have been more likely to have secured their positions through channels other than the Faculty Appointments Register.

Although over the entire twelve years, new assistant and associate professors who are nonminority men were more likely to have used the Register than any of the other three groups, over the last six years, new minority men have been nearly as likely to have been listed in the Register.

 

TABLE 8E (2002-03), Last 12 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
1991-92 Minority Men 32 15.3 15 14.0 46.9
Minority Women 35 16.7 13 12.1 37.1
Non-Minority Men 80 38.3 50 46.7 62.5
Non-Minority Women 62 29.7 29 27.1 46.8
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 209 100.0 107 100.0 51.2
1992-93 Minority Men 29 15.3 15 15.6 51.7
Minority Women 22 11.6 11 11.5 50.0
Non-Minority Men 66 34.9 40 41.7 60.6
Non-Minority Women 72 38.1 30 31.3 41.7
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 189 100.0 96 100.0 50.8
1993-94 Minority Men 26 16.8 12 14.5 46.2
Minority Women 19 12.3 7 8.4 36.8
Non-Minority Men 55 35.5 37 44.6 67.3
Non-Minority Women 55 35.5 27 32.5 49.1
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 155 100.0 83 100.0 53.5
1994-95 Minority Men 25 14.9 12 13.5 48.0
Minority Women 24 14.3 10 11.2 41.7
Non-Minority Men 65 38.7 41 46.1 63.1
Non-Minority Women 54 32.1 26 29.2 48.1
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 168 100.0 89 100.0 53.0
1995-96 Minority Men 31 16.7 19 17.4 61.3
Minority Women 37 19.9 20 18.3 54.1
Non-Minority Men 70 37.6 47 43.1 67.1
Non-Minority Women 48 25.8 23 21.1 47.9
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 186 100.0 109 100.0 58.6
1996-97 Minority Men 18 13.8 9 13.0 50.0
Minority Women 15 11.5 9 13.0 60.0
Non-Minority Men 60 46.2 38 55.1 63.3
Non-Minority Women 37 28.5 13 18.8 35.1
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 130 100.0 69 100.0 53.1
1997-98 Minority Men 11 10.2 9 18.4 81.8
Minority Women 8 7.4 3 6.1 37.5
Non-Minority Men 48 44.4 22 44.9 45.8
Non-Minority Women 41 38.0 15 30.6 36.6
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 108 100.0 49 100.0 45.4
1998-99 Minority Men 18 13.7 8 11.8 44.4
Minority Women 18 13.7 3 4.4 16.7
Non-Minority Men 48 36.6 33 48.5 68.8
Non-Minority Women 47 35.9 24 35.3 51.1
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 131 100.0 68 100.0 51.9
1999-00 Minority Men 29 22.1 14 17.5 48.3
Minority Women 14 10.7 7 8.8 50.0
Non-Minority Men 49 37.4 36 45.0 73.5
Non-Minority Women 39 29.8 23 28.8 59.0
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 131 100.0 80 100.0 61.1
2000-01 Minority Men 13 8.9 11 14.9 84.6
Minority Women 18 12.3 8 10.8 44.4
Non-Minority Men 62 42.5 37 50.0 59.7
Non-Minority Women 53 36.3 18 24.3 34.0
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 146 100.0 74 100.0 50.7
2001-02 Minority Men 27 15.2 14 16.1 51.9
Minority Women 18 10.1 8 9.2 44.4
Non-Minority Men 65 36.5 43 49.4 66.2
Non-Minority Women 68 38.2 22 25.3 32.4
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 178 100.0 87 100.0 48.9
2002-03 Minority Men 21 13.3 13 14.0 61.9
Minority Women 24 15.2 13 14.0 54.2
Non-Minority Men 70 44.3 45 48.4 64.3
Non-Minority Women 43 27.2 22 23.7 51.2
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 158 100.0 93 100.0 58.9
ALL YEARS Minority Men 280 14.8 151 15.0 53.9
Minority Women 252 13.3 112 11.2 44.4
Non-Minority Men 738 39.1 469 46.7 63.6
Non-Minority Women 619 32.8 272 27.1 43.9
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 1889 100.0 1004 100.0 53.1

Gender/ethnic information updated Spring 2003

 


 
TABLE 8E (2002-03), Last 6 Years: New Associate and Assistant Professors Listed in Previous Year's FAR All New All Listed in Previous FAR
Number Category Percentage Number Category Percentage Percentage in FAR
ALL YEARS Minority Men 119 14.0 69 15.3 58.0
Minority Women 100 11.7 42 9.3 42.0
Non-Minority Men 342 40.1 216 47.9 63.2
Non-Minority Women 291 34.2 124 27.5 42.6
ALL with ethnic/gender info. 852 100.0 451 100.0 52.9

Gender/ethnic information updated Spring 2003

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