Thursday, October 26, 2006
The report . . . provides data on four measures of gender equity for faculty at over 1,400 colleges and universities across the country. The four indicators compared in the report for men and women faculty are employment status (full- and part-time); tenure status for full-time faculty; promotion to full professor rank; and average salary for full-time faculty. The report consists of three sections: an article on “Organizing around Gender Equity ,” authored jointly by Professor Martha West of the University of California, Davis, and John W. Curtis, AAUP Director of Research and Public Policy; aggregate national tables for each of the four equity indicators by type of institution; and an appendix listing the four indicators for each individual college and university.
- Chronicle of Higher Education: AAUP Report Blames Colleges for Gender Inequity Among Professors, by Robin Wilson
- Inside Higher Ed: New Measures for Gender Inequities, by Scott Jaschik