Rank and Gender of Full-time Faculty, Fall 2007

Budgetary Unit Fulltime Heads Full Professors Associate Professors Assistant   Professors Instructors, Lecturers and others ****
Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women
Arts and Visual Design 28 3 3 7 7 4 2 1 1
Business Administration 15 1   6 1   1 4 2
Education 11   1 4 2 2   1 1
Human Biology 10     4 2 1 2   1
Human Development 13 1 1 3 1 1 5   1
Humanistic Studies 22   1 5 6 7 1 2  
Information and Computing Sciences 10 3   2 1 1   2 1
Natural and Applied Sciences 30 3   11 3 4 3 3 3
Nursing 4       1   1   2
Public and Environmental Affairs 9 3 1   1   2 2  
Social Change and Development 8 3 1 2     1   1
Social Work 5   1 1 2   1    
Urban and Regional Studies 6 4   2          
Other*** 6             2 4
Total* 177 21 9 47 27 20 19 17 17
Women by Rank 41% 30% 36% 49% 50%

*This table includes full-time employees engaged primarily in instruction and paid from fund 102 or 115. ***Other includes Athletics and the Writing Center. ****This summary category includes on instructor, who is on a tenure track, and the individual is male. The remaining people in this summary group are not on a tenure track. For the tenured and tenure-track subset of full-time instructional staff, 55 of the 144 in total are women, or 38%.