ERIC Number: ED056630
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Jul
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A Compilation of Data on Faculty Women and Women Enrolled at Michigan State University.
Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Office of Institutional Research.
Most of this report consists of data in tables covering the following items: the total instructional staff, the faculty under tenure rules, the temporary instructional staff, salaries, new faculty, the rate of promotion of faculty women, length of service to Michigan State University, women in administrative positions, women graduate students, total enrollments of women at Michigan State University, degrees granted to women at Michigan State University, changes in the number of women faculty since 1962, promotion recommendations, and other staff. The data are summarized in 2 pages. Findings include the fact that a greater percentage of men than women are under tenure rules. Men's salaries are generally higher. The scarcity of women in some fields does not always reflect a scarcity of women with doctorate degrees. A greater percentage of women applicant were accepted to graduate study than men, yet a smaller percentage of women than of men received financial aid. And while women students have increased significantly among enrollees and degrees earned in a 9 year period, the number of women faculty under tenure rules remained the same. (LR)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Office of Institutional Research.