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ERIC Number: ED056633
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 490
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Reference Count: 0
Final Report on the Status of Academic Women.
Wisconsin Univ., Madison.
This study, covering all 16 campuses of the University, is designed to determine if women are distributed across the academic levels in a similar pattern to their male colleagues; and if women's salaries in each level are comparable to the corresponding men's salaries. In the former case, both the actual headcount and the full-time equivalents (FTE) are presented for each unit. For salaries, the dollar difference between the average pay, converted to a 9-month equivalent, were calculated for each title in the department. Both persons and university units were excluded who were not engaged in teaching and/or research. Each unit begins with explanatory and summary highlights. An appendix follows containing the data sheets arranged alphabetically by department. The bulk of the data comes from the Madison Campus. Ten divisions are covered in which overall it was found that women are not distributed across the academic levels in a pattern similar to their male colleagues nor is their salary generally comparable to the corresponding male salary. Other units included the Milwaukee Campus, the Green Bay Complex, the Parkside Complex, the Center System, the University Extension and the Medical Center. The report urges further in-depth exploration of apparent inequities. (LR)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison.