Appendix B: Sample Tracking Forms
from the University of Wisconsin

General Education Administration
1998-1999 Career Tracking

 

Implemented

Good Faith Effort

Needs Improvement

Female Utilization:
               Academic Staff

X    

               Limited Appointments

X    

Minority Utilization:
               Academic Staff

  X  

                Limited Appointments

    X

Salary Equity/Female:
               Academic Staff

  X  

                Limited Appointments

X    

Equity/Minority:
                Academic Staff

X    

                 Limited Appointments

X    

Merit Increase/Female:
                Academic Staff

X    

                  Limited Appointments

X    

Increase/Minority:
                 Academic Staff

X    

                 Limited Appointments

X    

Increase/Minority:
                 Academic Staff

    X

                 Limited Appointments

  X  

Support/Minority:
                 Academic Staff

    X

                 Limited Appointments

    X





School of Business Administration (B12)
1998-1999

Summary

 

Faculty

Academic Staff

Limited Appointments

1. Demographic Data

24% minority 5% minority 6% minority
24% female 51% female 22% female

2. Annual Review Data

  67% reviewed in 1997 40% reviewed in 1997
  70% reviewed in 1998 58% reviewed in 1998
       
  Assistant Professors received 1997-1998 merit awards on a comparable basis.
Of Full Professors, the Native American received a merit award lower than the lowest white male. The White Female and the Asian American received awards within the range of the white males.

 

     


3. Probability Data
       See Attached

4. Salary Data

 

  • 1991/1992 Starting salaries for Academic Staff w/ ongoing or indefinite status:
    • White females averaged salaries, ($30,500) are less than the minimum salary for white males, ($31,300).
    • White females range starts &5,000 lower than males, but annual increases favor females.
    • Five new white females w/ Fixed Term contracts received an average starting salary of $41,960 which corresponds with the current salaries of ongoing/indefinite individuals.
  • Limited Appointment white females with Academic Staff backups earned nearly $6,000 less than white males although females received higher annual increases
  • Faculty:
    • White male Full Professors have an average starting 1991-1992 salary of $71,800.
    • Female Full Professors have an average starting 1991-1992 salary of $105,000.
    • Full Professor, Asian American males earned $12,000 less than white males.

 

5. Development Support Data

  • Academic Staff with ongoing/indefinite status received development support on a fairly consistent basis. On average, white females received a higher level of support.
  • Individuals with Limited Appointments received both development support and extramural funding on a consistent basis.
  • Committee assignments were distributed evenly.
  • Development support for African American ($680) was less than for White Academic Staff ($1,100).

 

6. Conclusions

  • The School of Business Administration has been a predominantly white male work place for Faculty and Limited Appointments, with Academic Staff consisting of equal number of women and men, predominantly white.
  • The school consistently attempts to provide Academic Staff with more permanent employment possibilities. There has been a recent increase in Fixed Term contracts, particularly for females.
  • 63% of Faculty terminating their positions with the school did so prior to achieving tenure status.
  • Academic Staff and Faculty annual evaluation reporting increased over the initial report, as did probationary information.
  • Women appear to be at some disadvantage regarding salary for Academic Staff and Limited Appointments.
  • Academic Staff development support information appears to be provided more consistently for White Males and females than minorities, although all groups received some support.
  • Development support is strong in the School of Business Administration.