OEOD

Academic Availability Statistics

Section 1

The data included on these pages are provided for use by the University of California, Irvine academic search committees in assessing the gender and racial/ethnic composition of candidate pools in comparison to national pools of availability. The information is presented by gender, federal race/ethnicity categories, and field of study. Questions regarding the data presented should be addressed to the Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity at (949) 824-5594, or 103 MSTB.

General Campus Tenured Faculty

Searches for Professors, Associate Professors, and Lecturers with Security of Employment (or potential SOE) in schools outside of the Schools of Medicine and Law should utilize the tables below. School of Medicine (SOM) search committees may want to utilize these statistics, along with the SOM Tenured Faculty statistics, for positions in which non-medical fields are also being considered. The information is based upon data collected on the NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates, administered by the NORC, for a time period of the 6th through 20th years of most recently available data (15-year span), as agreed upon by the campuses of the University of California system. The data below reflect the earned doctorate pools from 1994-2008.
General Campus Tenured Faculty Availability

General Campus Nontenured Faculty

Searches for Assistant Professors, Researchers/Specialists, Lecturers without Security of Employment, and Postgraduate Researchers outside of the Schools of Medicine and Law should utilize the tables below. School of Medicine (SOM) search committees may want to utilize these statistics, along with the SOM Nontenured Faculty statistics, for positions in which non-medical fields are also being considered. The information is based upon data collected on the NSF Survey of Earned Doctorates, administered by the NORC, for a time period of the 1st through 5th years of most recently available data (5-year span), as agreed upon by the campuses of the University of California system. The data below reflect the earned doctorate pools from 2009-2013.
General Campus Nontenured Faculty Availability

School of Law Faculty

Searches for School of Law faculty should utilize the table below. The information is based upon data collected by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) on full-time faculty. The data below reflect the representation of law faculty as reported in the 2008-09 AALS Statistical Report on Law Faculty.
School of Law Faculty Availability

School of Medicine Tenured Faculty

Searches for School of Medicine Professors, Associate Professors, and Lecturers with Security of Employment (or potential SOE) should utilize the table below. School of Medicine and other Health Sciences search committees may also want to utilize the General Campus Tenured Faculty statistics (above) for positions in which non-medical fields are also being considered. The information is based upon data collected by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) on medical faculty in the United States. The data below reflect the representation of tenured medical faculty as of December 2014 in the basic sciences and clinical sciences.
School of Medicine Tenured Faculty Availability

School of Medicine Nontenured Faculty

Searches for School of Medicine Assistant Professors, other nontenured teaching faculty, Researchers/Specialists, and Postgraduate Researchers should utilize the table below. School of Medicine and other Health Sciences search committees may want to utilize the General Campus Nontenured Faculty statistics (above) for positions in which non-medical fields are also being considered. The information is based upon data collected by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) on medical faculty in the United States. The data below reflect the representation of nontenured medical faculty as of December 2014 in the basic sciences and clinical sciences.
School of Medicine Nontenured Faculty Availability

Librarians

Searches for Librarians should utilize the table below. The information is based upon data reported by the American Library Association (ALA) on master's degrees awarded by ALA-Accredited U.S. Library and Information Studies Education Programs. The data below reflect the degree/certificate pools from 1983-2002.
Librarian Availability