OUS Fact Book 2000
Faculty by Rank and Gender

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Faculty by Rank and Gender
Full-Time Ranked Instructional Faculty by Gender
2000-01 Headcount
1

Associate Assistant Instructor/
Institution Professor Professor Professor Lecturer Total Percent

EOU
  Men 18 10 19 3 50 64.1%
  Women 5 9 12 2 28 35.9%
        Total 23 19 31 5 78 100.0%
OIT
  Men 24 21 29 5 79 71.2%
  Women 6 5 13 8 32 28.8%
        Total 30 26 42 13 111 100.0%
OSU
  Men 217 147 84 42 490 70.2%
  Women 29 64 66 49 208 29.8%
        Total 246 211 150 91 698 100.0%
PSU
  Men 148 64 76 19 307 61.0%
  Women 47 45 64 40 196 39.0%
        Total 195 109 140 59 503 100.0%
SOU
  Men 44 27 32 13 116 61.1%
  Women 13 23 23 15 74 38.9%
        Total 57 50 55 28 190 100.0%
UO
  Men 160 142 84 39 425 64.1%
  Women 43 86 63 46 238 35.9%
        Total 203 228 147 85 663 100.0%
WOU
  Men 30 23 32 7 92 56.4%
  Women 10 17 35 9 71 43.6%
        Total 40 40 67 16 163 100.0%
Total
  Men 641 434 356 128 1,559 64.8%
  Women 153 249 276 169 847 35.2%
        Total 794   683   632   297   2,406   100.0%

1This table reports regular full-time faculty (.90 FTE or greater) whose primary assignment is instruction (more than .50 FTE in an instructional department).  Regular faculty on sabbatical leave are included.  For Oregon State University, ranked full-time faculty at the Agricultural Experiment Station, the Forest Research Laboratory, and the Extension Service are included as long as some of their FTE is budgeted in an instructional account.
 Source: OUS Institutional Research Services, file run from October 31, 2000 payroll.      

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Revised: March 2001
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