PRISM - American Society for Engineering Education - Logo FEBRUARY 2005 - VOLUME 14, NUMBER 6
Special Double Issue: 2005 ASEE Annual Conference - June 12-15 - Portland, Oregon
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Faculty Facts

In the three years since ASEE began collecting faculty data by race, ethnicity, and gender, the proportion of women tenured or on the tenure-track in engineering increased from 8.9 percent to 9.9 percent. Asian faculty representation increased from 17 percent to 19.2 percent. Hispanic faculty increased from 2.9 percent to 3.2 percent. The percentage of African-American faculty members has remained steady at 2.1 percent.

Note: 293 schools submitted faculty-member data for this survey.

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



ENGINEERING FACULTY BY RANK
All Faculty = 21,581
Full Professor = 10,793
Associate Professor = 5,920
Assistant Professor = 4,868

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education

PERCENTAGE OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN TENURED/TENURE-TRACK FACULTY BY RANK
All Faculty = 2.1%
Full Professor = 1.5%
Associate Professor = 2.8%
Assistant Professor = 2.9%

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



PERCENTAGE OF ASIAN TENURED/TENURE-TRACK FACULTY BY RANK
All Faculty = 19.2%
Full Professor = 17.7%
Associate Professor = 17.6%
Assistant Professor = 24.5%

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



PERCENTAGE OF HISPANIC TENURED/TENURE-TRACK FACULTY BY RANK
All Faculty = 3.2%
Full Professor = 2.2%
Associate Professor = 4.0%
Assistant Professor = 4.6%

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN TENURE/TENURE-TRACK FACULTY BY RANK
All Faculty = 9.9%
Full Professor = 5.2%
Associate Professor = 12.3%
Assistant Professor = 17.4%

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education




 

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