TABLE 1A

 

20042008 Peer Comparisons

 

Representation of Women Faculty

 

2004

2008

 

Columbia

Selected Ivy League and Research I Institutions*

Columbia

Selected Ivy League and Research I Institutions*

Arts & Sciences

 

27%

28%

35%

32%

 

Humanities

 

41%

39%

50%

45%

Social Sciences

28%

29%

34%

29%

Natural Sciences

 

15%

15%

19%

21%

Engineering

 

9%

11%

11%

13%

 

 

Representation of Minority Faculty (including Asians)

 

2004

2008

 

Columbia

Selected Ivy League and Research I Institutions*

Columbia

Selected Ivy League and Research I Institutions*

Arts & Sciences

 

14%

13%

16%

14%

Humanities

 

15%

14%

20%

19%

Social Sciences

16%

14%

21%

14%

Natural Sciences

 

11%

12%

12%

13%

Engineering

 

23%

19%

26%

20%

 

* Selected Ivy League and Research I Institutions: Cornell, Duke, Harvard, Northwestern, Princeton, Stanford, University of Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis, and Yale.

 


 

TABLE 1B

2008 Peer Comparisons

 

Representation of Black and Latino/a Faculty

2008

 

Columbia

Selected Ivy League and Research I

Institutions*

 

Black

 

Latino/a

Black

Latino/a

Arts & Sciences

 

4%

(25)

 

3%

(20)

3%

(avg. 19)

3%

(avg. 16)

 

Humanities

 

5%

(11)

 

3%

(6)

4%

(avg.8)

3%

(avg. 5.5)

Social Sciences

8%

(12)

 

4%

(7)

6%

(avg. 9)

3%

(avg. 5)

Natural Sciences

 

<1%

(2)

 

4%

(7)

<1%

(avg. 3)

<1%

(avg. 2.5)

Engineering

1%

(1)

3%

(5)

2%

(avg. 2.5)

2%

(avg. 3)

 

 

* Selected Ivy League and Research I Institutions: Cornell, Duke, Harvard, Northwestern, Princeton, Stanford, University of Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis, and Yale.

 

 


TABLE 2

 

Pipeline to Columbia PhD Programs in Arts & Sciences, 2008

 

 

Humanities

 

Undergraduate

Graduate

Faculty

Women

56%

(n=475)

 

56%

(n=420)

50%

(n=110)

Black

6%

(n=50)

 

2%

(n=18)

5%

(n=11)

Latino/a

10%

(n=81)

 

3%

(n=25)

3%

(n=6)

 

 

 

Social Sciences

 

Undergraduate

Graduate

Faculty

Women

45%

(n=619)

 

45%

(n=277)

34%

(n=54)

Black

9%

(n=122)

 

4%

(n=26)

8%

(n=12)

Latino/a

8%

(n=115)

3%

(n=16)

4%

(n=7)

 

 

 

 

Natural Sciences

 

Undergraduate

Graduate

Faculty

Women

53%

(n=399)

 

44%

(n=272)

19%

(n=38)

Black

8%

(n=58)

 

1%

(n=8)

<1%

(n=2)

Latino/a

9%

(n=67)

 

2%

(n=15)

4%

(n=7)