GSS Logo Graduate Student Survey

Fall 1994 Supplementary Data Releases

No. 13: Postdoctoral Appointees and Other Nonfaculty Research Staff


  TABLE C-95.  SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, AND HEALTH POSTDOCTORAL APPOINTEES WITH
      U.S. CITIZENSHIP IN DOCTORATE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS, BY GEOGRAPHIC
                            DISTRIBUTION: 1987-94

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
       DIVISION AND STATE       |  1987   |  1988   |  1989   |  1990   |  1991   |  1992   |  1993   |  1994
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   TOTAL, ALL INSTITUTIONS .....|  14,096 |  14,392 |  14,826 |  15,090 |  15,097 |  15,758 |  16,694 |  17,853
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
NEW ENGLAND ....................|   2,350 |   2,303 |   2,293 |   2,475 |   2,370 |   2,398 |   2,468 |   2,740
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   CONNECTICUT .................|     556 |     533 |     511 |     509 |     485 |     492 |     485 |     473
   MAINE .......................|      15 |      16 |      11 |      12 |       6 |      10 |      10 |      11
   MASSACHUSETTS ...............|   1,644 |   1,619 |   1,633 |   1,811 |   1,738 |   1,711 |   1,778 |   2,075
   NEW HAMPSHIRE ...............|      41 |      28 |      38 |      41 |      47 |      62 |      66 |      56
   RHODE ISLAND ................|      55 |      75 |      58 |      58 |      46 |      75 |      83 |      79
   VERMONT .....................|      39 |      32 |      42 |      44 |      48 |      48 |      46 |      46
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
MIDDLE ATLANTIC ................|   2,078 |   2,184 |   2,147 |   2,117 |   2,152 |   2,221 |   2,282 |   2,433
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   NEW JERSEY ..................|     277 |     283 |     279 |     236 |     250 |     242 |     282 |     287
   NEW YORK ....................|   1,204 |   1,289 |   1,244 |   1,204 |   1,155 |   1,154 |   1,145 |   1,277
   PENNSYLVANIA ................|     597 |     612 |     624 |     677 |     747 |     825 |     855 |     869
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
EAST NORTH CENTRAL .............|   1,723 |   1,719 |   1,987 |   1,987 |   2,012 |   2,070 |   2,118 |   2,119
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ILLINOIS ....................|     545 |     510 |     585 |     602 |     566 |     551 |     445 |     489
   INDIANA .....................|     210 |     238 |     244 |     234 |     258 |     237 |     276 |     228
   MICHIGAN ....................|     340 |     368 |     445 |     415 |     420 |     527 |     581 |     559
   OHIO ........................|     302 |     287 |     404 |     423 |     450 |     429 |     471 |     500
   WISCONSIN ...................|     326 |     316 |     309 |     313 |     318 |     326 |     345 |     343
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
WEST NORTH CENTRAL .............|     885 |     905 |     916 |   1,000 |   1,035 |   1,057 |   1,261 |   1,251
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   IOWA ........................|     185 |     187 |     214 |     249 |     249 |     267 |     302 |     281
   KANSAS ......................|      93 |      90 |      67 |      61 |      58 |      77 |     100 |     114
   MINNESOTA ...................|     234 |     226 |     249 |     276 |     301 |     268 |     330 |     356
   MISSOURI ....................|     316 |     339 |     335 |     347 |     368 |     379 |     430 |     407
   NEBRASKA ....................|      36 |      43 |      35 |      45 |      47 |      50 |      72 |      61
   NORTH DAKOTA ................|      17 |      15 |      13 |      13 |       9 |       8 |      20 |      20
   SOUTH DAKOTA ................|       4 |       5 |       3 |       9 |       3 |       8 |       7 |      12
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
SOUTH ATLANTIC .................|   1,865 |   1,972 |   1,974 |   1,989 |   1,987 |   2,156 |   2,309 |   2,591
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   DELAWARE ....................|       5 |      17 |      18 |      22 |      24 |      29 |      24 |      25
   DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ........|      55 |      72 |      52 |      32 |      54 |      77 |      45 |      76
   FLORIDA .....................|     164 |     184 |     210 |     258 |     228 |     214 |     236 |     231
   GEORGIA .....................|     130 |     144 |     149 |     169 |     162 |     203 |     201 |     192
   MARYLAND ....................|     691 |     614 |     624 |     592 |     576 |     593 |     598 |     667
   NORTH CAROLINA ..............|     519 |     601 |     612 |     567 |     604 |     657 |     705 |     865
   SOUTH CAROLINA ..............|      49 |      46 |      43 |      56 |      66 |      85 |     122 |     135
   VIRGINIA ....................|     240 |     267 |     241 |     276 |     247 |     276 |     359 |     382
   WEST VIRGINIA ...............|      12 |      27 |      25 |      17 |      26 |      22 |      19 |      18
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
EAST SOUTH CENTRAL .............|     446 |     422 |     464 |     357 |     413 |     465 |     485 |     498
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ALABAMA .....................|     133 |     123 |     151 |     124 |     148 |     168 |     141 |     166
   KENTUCKY ....................|      56 |      69 |      67 |      51 |      67 |      68 |      91 |     119
   MISSISSIPPI .................|      28 |      22 |      25 |      22 |      10 |      16 |      18 |      16
   TENNESSEE ...................|     229 |     208 |     221 |     160 |     188 |     213 |     235 |     197
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL .............|     978 |     954 |     853 |     845 |     859 |     923 |   1,003 |   1,133
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ARKANSAS ....................|      28 |      21 |      13 |      15 |      25 |      19 |      27 |      34
   LOUISIANA ...................|     116 |     112 |     109 |     109 |     144 |     119 |     101 |     119
   OKLAHOMA ....................|      53 |      42 |      38 |      46 |      47 |      64 |      68 |      72
   TEXAS .......................|     781 |     779 |     693 |     675 |     643 |     721 |     807 |     908
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
MOUNTAIN .......................|     627 |     650 |     807 |     734 |     767 |     800 |     913 |     973
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ARIZONA .....................|     162 |     161 |     189 |     182 |     203 |     208 |     219 |     228
   COLORADO ....................|     279 |     293 |     360 |     332 |     353 |     374 |     463 |     511
   IDAHO .......................|       8 |       9 |      11 |      20 |      13 |      16 |      29 |      29
   MONTANA .....................|      16 |      16 |      20 |      23 |      23 |      17 |      21 |      17
   NEVADA ......................|       7 |      11 |      24 |      19 |      27 |      27 |      22 |      19
   NEW MEXICO ..................|      47 |      44 |      67 |      29 |      40 |      47 |      53 |      55
   UTAH ........................|     100 |     107 |     124 |     119 |      98 |      98 |      86 |      95
   WYOMING .....................|       8 |       9 |      12 |      10 |      10 |      13 |      20 |      19
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
PACIFIC ........................|   3,120 |   3,283 |   3,383 |   3,585 |   3,500 |   3,667 |   3,854 |   4,112
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
   ALASKA ......................|       0 |       5 |       4 |       6 |       3 |       1 |       0 |       1
   CALIFORNIA ..................|   2,509 |   2,656 |   2,776 |   2,941 |   2,777 |   2,912 |   3,040 |   3,226
   HAWAII ......................|      17 |      16 |      23 |      28 |      27 |      36 |      39 |      26
   OREGON ......................|     120 |     129 |     118 |     124 |     136 |     149 |     157 |     199
   WASHINGTON ..................|     474 |     477 |     462 |     486 |     557 |     569 |     618 |     660
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
OUTLYING AREAS .................|      24 |       0 |       2 |       1 |       2 |       1 |       1 |       3
                                |         |         |         |         |         |         |         |
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
SOURCE:   NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION/SRS, SURVEY OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
    AND POSTDOCTORATES IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING