Figure H-5. Doctoral science and engineering faculty, by sex and Carnegie classification of employer: 2003
NOTE: Includes full, associate, and assistant professors and instructors.
SOURCE: National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics, Scientists and Engineers Statistical Data System (SESTAT).
Male doctoral S&E faculty outnumber female S&E faculty by more than 2 to 1.
- Research I institutions were the largest employer of male and female
doctoral S&E faculty in 2003.
- Almost 60,000 male doctoral S&E faculty were employed in Research I
institutions in 2003, compared with about 25,000 female S&E faculty.
- Comprehensive institutions employed 32,000 male doctoral S&E faculty
and 14,000 female S&E faculty.
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- Table H-21. S&E doctorate holders employed full time in universities and 4-year colleges, by Carnegie classification of academic institution, sex, race/ethnicity, and disability status: 2003 Excel PDF
This figure will be updated as new data become available. This figure was last updated December 2006.