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Tenured/Tenure-Track Data

Tenured and Tenure Track Women in STEM at UMBC
Since the inception of the ADVANCE Program at UMBC, the number of women tenure-track faculty in STEM has increased 57% from fall 2003 (N=30) to fall 2014 (N=47) compared to a 13% increase in men tenure track faculty (fall 2003 N=133, fall 2014 N=150). Additionally, with the support offered through ADVANCE, the number of STEM women at the assistant, associate, and full professor ranks have increased substantially — assistant professors by 46% (fall 2003 N=13, fall 2013 N=19); associate professors by 33% (fall 2003 N=12, fall 2014 N=16 ); full professors by 140% (fall 2003 N=5, fall 2014 N=12). As of 2014, 40% of all UMBC STEM assistant professors are women.