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 DATABYTES

COMPILED BY MICHAEL GIBBONS
INFOGRAPHIC BY Joseph Wharton
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Half of all tenured and tenure-track engineering faculty have reached the rank of full professor. Women have seen their representation in the ranks increase steadily. Though they make up more than 22 percent of assistant professors, women account for only 8 percent of full professors. To improve their overall percentage, the gender gap will have to narrow at the full-professor level. While Asian faculty members have become more prevalent over the past decade, the share of underrepresented minorities in tenured or tenure-track positions has barely changed.

*Includes faculty data from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez and Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico

**Salaries are adjusted to a nine-month equivalent, and they exclude administrative supplements.

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*Additional college data is emailed monthly to all ASEE members through ASEE’s CONNECTIONS e-newsletter

Data source: American Society for Engineering Education.

 



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