College of Liberal Arts


Tenured and Tenure-Track Hires and Separations, Fall 2011-Spring 2016, by Gender and Ethnicity

Examines faculty hires and departures by gender and ethnicity in the College of Liberal Arts over the five-year period of Fall 2011 to Spring 2016.

Promotion by Ethnicity, May 2016

The report looks at promotion by ethnicity across ranks in the College, between 2007 and 2015.

Spring 2016 Gender Equity Update

Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty salaries, supplements, and head counts as of Spring 2016. A campus-wide report on compensation by gender, prepared by the University Faculty Gender Equity Council, is available for download.

Fall 2014 Gender Equity Update

Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty salaries, supplements, and head counts as of Fall 2014.

Faculty Headcounts by Rank and Gender, September 2014

College of Liberal Arts tenured and tenure-track faculty head counts in 2007, 2011, and 2014.

Gender Equity Assessment, May 2013

Examines salaries, supplements, and head counts to assess the state of gender equity in the College of Liberal Arts through Academic Year 2011/2012.

Promotion and Leadership, October 2013

Analyzes data on promotion by rank, gender, and ethnicity, drilling down for the years since Randy L. Diehl became Dean of the College. The second half of the report looks at the presence of senior female faculty in positions of leadership.

Promotion by Ethnicity, February 2013

Between 2003 and 2011, the College of Liberal Arts considered 282 promotion cases, including tenured, tenure track, and non-tenure-track faculty. This report analyzes promotion outcomes by ethnicity for these years.

Liberal Arts Lecturer Task Force Report, August 2011

Associate Dean Esther Raizen convened a task force led by Megan Seaholm, Lecturer in the Department of History, to study the work environment for non-tenure track faculty and to make recommendations to improve employment practices.

Liberal Arts Mentoring Position Paper, 2011

In 2007, and again in 2010, the Dean’s office requested information from Liberal Arts departments regarding their mentoring practices.