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Fall 1994 Supplementary Data Releases

No. 13: Postdoctoral Appointees and Other Nonfaculty Research Staff


 TABLE C-90.  FEMALE SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND HEALTH POSTDOCTORAL APPOINTEES
 AND OTHER NON-FACULTY RESEARCH STAFF IN DOCTORATE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS, BY
                       GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION: 1987-94

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                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
       DIVISION AND STATE       |  1987   |  1988   |  1989   |  1990   |  1991   |  1992   |  1993   |  1994
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
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   TOTAL, ALL INSTITUTIONS .....|   6,374 |   6,792 |   7,363 |   7,987 |   8,453 |   9,287 |   9,920 |  10,826
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
NEW ENGLAND ....................|   1,027 |   1,016 |   1,097 |   1,250 |   1,387 |   1,470 |   1,542 |   1,752
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   CONNECTICUT .................|     233 |     232 |     255 |     279 |     285 |     285 |     305 |     318
   MAINE .......................|       4 |       5 |       6 |       3 |       4 |       2 |       5 |       7
   MASSACHUSETTS ...............|     728 |     727 |     770 |     903 |   1,025 |   1,073 |   1,126 |   1,316
   NEW HAMPSHIRE ...............|      19 |      14 |      21 |      21 |      30 |      39 |      36 |      40
   RHODE ISLAND ................|      22 |      21 |      25 |      23 |      21 |      48 |      45 |      39
   VERMONT .....................|      21 |      17 |      20 |      21 |      22 |      23 |      25 |      32
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
MIDDLE ATLANTIC ................|   1,027 |   1,150 |   1,217 |   1,341 |   1,371 |   1,502 |   1,605 |   1,726
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   NEW JERSEY ..................|     127 |     138 |     159 |     178 |     171 |     176 |     169 |     181
   NEW YORK ....................|     612 |     685 |     694 |     786 |     774 |     807 |     874 |     937
   PENNSYLVANIA ................|     288 |     327 |     364 |     377 |     426 |     519 |     562 |     608
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
EAST NORTH CENTRAL .............|     831 |     854 |   1,010 |   1,058 |   1,093 |   1,159 |   1,200 |   1,218
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ILLINOIS ....................|     261 |     272 |     322 |     323 |     307 |     329 |     321 |     334
   INDIANA .....................|      92 |      91 |     112 |     131 |     153 |     148 |     175 |     168
   MICHIGAN ....................|     180 |     196 |     209 |     221 |     228 |     271 |     266 |     283
   OHIO ........................|     163 |     152 |     203 |     214 |     236 |     261 |     266 |     255
   WISCONSIN ...................|     135 |     143 |     164 |     169 |     169 |     150 |     172 |     178
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
WEST NORTH CENTRAL .............|     388 |     397 |     419 |     470 |     565 |     624 |     717 |     740
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   IOWA ........................|      71 |      65 |      80 |      96 |     105 |     113 |     150 |     149
   KANSAS ......................|      45 |      59 |      56 |      52 |      49 |      64 |      90 |      90
   MINNESOTA ...................|     113 |     113 |     107 |     126 |     163 |     163 |     204 |     200
   MISSOURI ....................|     129 |     135 |     143 |     163 |     212 |     220 |     221 |     238
   NEBRASKA ....................|      23 |      17 |      20 |      24 |      26 |      50 |      35 |      43
   NORTH DAKOTA ................|       6 |       7 |      12 |       9 |       9 |      11 |      14 |      14
   SOUTH DAKOTA ................|       1 |       1 |       1 |       0 |       1 |       3 |       3 |       6
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
SOUTH ATLANTIC .................|     806 |     898 |     949 |     966 |   1,101 |   1,252 |   1,319 |   1,437
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   DELAWARE ....................|       5 |      12 |      12 |      17 |      17 |      20 |      16 |      15
   DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ........|      33 |      33 |      27 |      36 |      67 |      72 |      44 |      61
   FLORIDA .....................|     105 |     103 |     114 |     110 |     116 |     130 |     140 |     153
   GEORGIA .....................|      63 |      73 |      93 |     111 |     120 |     151 |     145 |     143
   MARYLAND ....................|     259 |     264 |     278 |     268 |     307 |     339 |     359 |     386
   NORTH CAROLINA ..............|     212 |     263 |     284 |     257 |     285 |     349 |     381 |     430
   SOUTH CAROLINA ..............|      26 |      25 |      17 |      36 |      53 |      56 |      66 |      81
   VIRGINIA ....................|      93 |     115 |     112 |     121 |     123 |     124 |     161 |     164
   WEST VIRGINIA ...............|      10 |      10 |      12 |      10 |      13 |      11 |       7 |       4
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .............|     206 |     214 |     241 |     222 |     259 |     306 |     318 |     355
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ALABAMA .....................|      62 |      74 |      89 |      86 |     107 |     120 |     113 |     130
   KENTUCKY ....................|      37 |      39 |      44 |      43 |      52 |      57 |      65 |      68
   MISSISSIPPI .................|       9 |      11 |      15 |      11 |       8 |       5 |       8 |      13
   TENNESSEE ...................|      98 |      90 |      93 |      82 |      92 |     124 |     132 |     144
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .............|     468 |     499 |     477 |     531 |     546 |     617 |     695 |     812
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ARKANSAS ....................|      13 |      13 |       6 |       6 |      10 |       8 |      16 |      24
   LOUISIANA ...................|      52 |      51 |      47 |      53 |      74 |      68 |      69 |      76
   OKLAHOMA ....................|      32 |      21 |      24 |      26 |      25 |      41 |      42 |      43
   TEXAS .......................|     371 |     414 |     400 |     446 |     437 |     500 |     568 |     669
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
MOUNTAIN .......................|     248 |     270 |     335 |     357 |     389 |     406 |     428 |     430
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ARIZONA .....................|      66 |      64 |      81 |      95 |     121 |     112 |     101 |     104
   COLORADO ....................|     117 |     121 |     147 |     147 |     164 |     182 |     213 |     217
   IDAHO .......................|       5 |       8 |       5 |      13 |       9 |       7 |      11 |       5
   MONTANA .....................|       7 |       6 |       8 |       7 |       6 |       4 |       8 |       8
   NEVADA ......................|       3 |       4 |       6 |       8 |      12 |      14 |      10 |      12
   NEW MEXICO ..................|      10 |      20 |      26 |      24 |      13 |      21 |      25 |      24
   UTAH ........................|      39 |      45 |      57 |      56 |      61 |      57 |      47 |      54
   WYOMING .....................|       1 |       2 |       5 |       7 |       3 |       9 |      13 |       6
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
PACIFIC ........................|   1,349 |   1,494 |   1,615 |   1,790 |   1,741 |   1,948 |   2,092 |   2,351
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ALASKA ......................|       0 |       1 |       1 |       4 |       1 |       1 |       0 |       2
   CALIFORNIA ..................|   1,100 |   1,236 |   1,362 |   1,480 |   1,406 |   1,567 |   1,695 |   1,900
   HAWAII ......................|       6 |       5 |      11 |      16 |      13 |      21 |      24 |      18
   OREGON ......................|      48 |      55 |      43 |      62 |      68 |      79 |      88 |     110
   WASHINGTON ..................|     195 |     197 |     198 |     228 |     253 |     280 |     285 |     321
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
OUTLYING AREAS .................|      24 |       0 |       3 |       2 |       1 |       3 |       4 |       5
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SOURCE:   NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION/SRS, SURVEY OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
    AND POSTDOCTORATES IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING