Institutional Data


Faculty Demographics

Faculty headcount and other demographics can be viewed here.


Faculty Climate Surveys

Information about the 2013 Faculty Climate Survey can be viewed here.  Information about the 2015 survey can be viewed here.


NSF Indicator Data

NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation programs are required to annually report data to NSF related to progress toward the goals of the program.  Reporting is based on the Toolkit for Reporting Progress Toward NSF ADVANCE: Institutional Transformation Goals which was prepared by the ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Indicators Working Group.  Four questions provide a framework for documenting progress toward institutional transformation:

    1. What is the distribution of science and engineering faculty by gender, rank and department?
    2. What are the outcomes of institutional processes of recruitment and advancement for men and women?
    3. What is the gender distribution of science and engineering faculty in leadership positions in the institution?
    4. What is the allocation of resources for science and engineering faculty by gender at the institution?

The following 10 tables are prepared in order to answer questions 1-3:

    1. Number and Percent of Women Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty in Science/Engineering by Rank and Department
    2. STEM and SBS Departmental Faculty Gender Composition
    3. Tenure Review Outcomes by Gender – STEM Fields
    4. Promotion Review Outcomes by Gender: Assistant to Associate Professor – STEM Fields
    5. Promotion Review Outcomes by Gender: Associate to Full Professor – STEM Fields
    6. Years in Rank at the Associate Professor Level for STEM and SBS Faculty Hired as Assistant Professors
    7. Years in Rank at the Associate Professor Level for STEM and SBS Faculty Hired as Associate Professors
    8. Voluntary, Non-Retirement Attrition, by Rank and Gender, year
    9. New-Hires in STEM and SBS, year
    10. Faculty Leadership Positions

Click here to view 2010 (Baseline) and 2013 NSF Data Indicator tables.


Other Studies

To answer question 4 above, the following three resources that are critical to faculty success are also being studied:

We also examine Retention, Promotion, & Tenure.  The 2015 study can be viewed here.