2017-18 Fact Book - Employees by Ethnicity

Fall 2017

                   
 

African American or Black

American Indian or Alaskan Native

Asian

Hispanic

Pacific Islander

2 or More Races

White

Non- Resident Alien

Unknown

Total

Administrator 4 2 6 26 - 4 137 2 11 192
Faculty 51 17 279 249 1 37 2,120 104 232 3,090
Tenure Track Dept. Head 2 - 2 3 - - 74 - 4 85
Non-Tenure Track Dept. Head - - 1 1 - - 11 - 1 14
Tenure Track Faculty 29 11 172 112 - 13 1,018 50 130 1,535
Other Instructional Faculty 14 4 41 98 - 17 716 26 72 989
Research Faculty 1 1 32 12 - 1 78 17 11 153
Clinical Faculty 4 1 31 23 1 6 223 11 14 314
Other Appointed 105 44 213 626 4 61 2,583 273 223 4,132
Continuing Professional 2 3 4 30 - 2 147 3 6 197
Academic Service Prof. 100 38 181 580 4 55 2,302 80 194 3,534
Post Doc 3 3 24 15 - 3 123 180 23 374
Clinical Assistant - - 4 1 - 1 11 10 - 27
Classified Staff 120 74 195 1,610 12 96 2,861 78 420 5,466
Graduate Assistants and Associates 43 19 99 292 1 63 1,235 919 72 2,743
                     
Total: 323 156 792 2,803 18 261 8,936 1,376 958 15,623

 

Notes:        
1. Administrator includes President, Provost, Deans, Vice Presidents/Provosts, Chief Information Officer and all Assistant/Associate level President, Provost and Deans, as well as select director titles.
2. Academic Department Heads include directors of instructional units and schools.  Most are tenure-track.
3. Other Instructional faculty includes Adjunct, Emeritus, Visiting, Professor of Practice and other ranked faculty.
4. Post Doc is defined as any person with a Postdoctoral Research Associate title or less than 8 years of service and holding the following titles: Research Associate, Senior Research Associate, and Assistant Research Scientist.
5. The reporting of race and ethnicity categories changed in fiscal year 2010. To keep data in line with IPEDS reporting all employees were asked a two part question. Part one asked whether an employee identified as Hispanic with a yes / no response. Part two asked which race(s) they identified with. Respondents who selected Hispanic in part one are reported as Hispanic, regardless of whether they identified with any other race in part two. All other respondents who selected more than one race in part two are listed as two or more races.
6. Totals may not add due to rounding.