OSU against its Benchmark Institutions

  Faculty
Percentage
Academic
Areas
License
Income
Fulbright
Awds-07
InstitutionNot in
TenureSystem
Diversity
'05 '07b
Top Ten$M
'06 '08
Awards
/Appln
Arizona37.0%14 1624  3   111/45
Illinois40.9%17 162110  76/40
UCLA26.4%29 30 41N/A12/38
Michigan46.1%20 184420 2537/119
Minnesota17.5%15 132656 857/35
OSU22.9%15 1522 1   211/34
Penn State47.8%13 1229 1   29/47
Texas32.0%10 1128 8 12 11/45
Washington43.5%14 174236 548/32
Wisconsin38.6%15 145442 5418/65
Data Src[a][b][c] [d] [e][f]

[a] AAUP Contingent Faculty Index. These percentage are believed to be lower estimates that the AAUP expects to rise as better data becomes available; see Appendix 1. Story in CHE 15 December 2006, pp.A7-8.

[b] 2005: CHE 28 September 2007, B17-31. "The percentage is calculated as follows: The sum of American Indian, Asian, black, and Hispanic faculty members divided by the total minus the amount categorized as race unknown."
2007: CHE 16 October 2009, B42-54. Same rule for calculated percentage.

[c] CHE 16 November 2007; A10. Ranking of areas are based on faculty productivity by weighting publications (journal articles & books), citations, grants, awards & honors; see http://chronicle.com/stats/productivity/ for explanation.

[d] Assoc. University Technology Managers, US Licensing Activity Survey: FY2006 N.B. Only total for U. Cal. system:$193.5 M.

[e] Assoc. University Technology Managers Data on ppA26-7 CHE February 26, 2010

[f] Fulbright Research Institutioions Receiving Awards 2007-2008,


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