Mathematical Sciences departments in the US are asked each year to provide information about their faculty members via the Departmental Profile questionnaire. These faculty characteristics are presented by the Annual Survey in the Departmental Profile report, along with data on undergraduate and graduate course enrollments, degrees awarded, and graduate students.
Presented here are the reports and summary data based on the information provided by these departments, as reported to the Annual Survey.
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The faculty categories used in this report are described below. Departments were asked to report any faculty member who was considered to be full-time in the institution for the academic year and at least half-time in the department. Each faculty member was reported in exactly one of these categories.
Tenure-track faculty includes full-time faculty who hold tenured/tenure-eligible positions (i.e., only those individuals who are tenured full professors, other tenured and tenure-eligible faculty).
Postdoctoral faculty includes full-time faculty who have teaching and/or research responsibilities, but for a strictly limited term of employment (i.e., those individuals who hold a temporary position primarily intended to provide an opportunity to continue training or to further research experience).
Non-tenure-track faculty includes full-time faculty eligible for benefits and with an appointment that lasts at least one academic year. These faculty hold appointments that are renewable (potentially unlimited), fixed-term but not renewable, or temporary. Typical titles for these positions are Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Instructor, Senior Instructor, Associate/Assistant/Full Teaching Professor, Professor of the Practice, or Clinical Professor, and similar titles for research-only faculty.
Part-time faculty includes those individuals who are hired term-by-term and are paid by the course and those in phased retirement.
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