3. Probability Data
4. Salary Data
- 1991/1992 Starting salaries for Academic Staff w/ ongoing or indefinite
- 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
- White male Full Professors have an average starting 1991-1992
salary of $71,800.
- Female Full Professors have an average starting 1991-1992 salary
- Full Professor, Asian American males earned $12,000 less than
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).
- 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.