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F. Faculty Characteristics

1. Faculty by Race/Ethnicity and Gender

Since only the data for full-time faculty were requested by NJ Commission on Higher Education, The part time data are omitted in this edition of the profile

Fall 2009 Full-Time Faculty by Race/Ethnicity and Gender
Faculty
African American
American Indian
Asian/Pacific Islander
Hispanic
White
Total

Faculty FT
Male

1

 

 

 

21

22

Faculty FT
Female

2

 

1

1

21

25

Total
Faculty

3

 

1

1

42

47

Fall 2010 Faculty by Race/Ethnicity and Gender
Faculty
African American
American Indian
Asian/Pacific Islander
Hispanic
White
Total

Faculty FT
Male

1

 

 

 

22

23

Faculty FT
Female

3

 

1

1

22

27

Total
Faculty

4

 

1

1

44

50

*IPEDS instructions include faculty on leave as well as replacements

Fall 2011 Faculty by Race/Ethnicity and Gender
Faculty
African American
American Indian
Asian/Pacific Islander
Hispanic
White
Total

Faculty FT
Male

1

 

 

 

21

22

Faculty FT
Female

3

 

1

1

22

27

Total
Faculty

4

 

1

1

43

49

Source: NJ Commission on Higher Education, as reported on IPEDS forms; Staff Survey.

2. Full-Time Faculty by Tenure Status
Fall 2009 Tenured Faculty by Gender/Ethnicity
Faculty
African American
American Indian
Asian
Hispanic
White
Unknown
Total

Full-Time
Male

1

 

 

 

14

 

15

Full-Time
Female

1

 

 

1

11

 

13

Total

2

 

 

1

25

 

28

Fall 2010 Tenured Faculty by Gender/Ethnicity
Faculty
African American
American Indian
Asian
Hispanic
White
Unknown
Total

Full-Time
Male

1

 

 

 

15

 

16

Full-Time
Female

2

 

 

1

14

 

17

Total

3

 

 

1

29

 

33

Fall 2011 Tenured Faculty by Gender/Ethnicity
Faculty
African American
American Indian
Asian
Hispanic
White
Unknown
Total

Full-Time
Male

1

 

 

 

14

 

15

Full-Time
Female

2

 

 

1

13

 

16

Total

3

 

 

1

27

 

31

Source: NJ Commission on Higher Education, as reported on IPEDS forms; Staff Survey, IPEDS-S, and Middle States AIP.

Tenured full-time faculty make up 66 percent of all full-time faculty as of Fall 2010.  The proportion of full-time teaching faculty with a masters degree or higher is 100 percent; 11.0 percent of full-time teaching faculty have a doctorate.


3. Percentage of Course Sections Taught by Full-Time Employees
According to institutional data for Fall 2008, Fall 2009, and Fall 2010 the percentage of course sections taught by full-time and by part-time employees is as follows*:

Course Sections taught by:
2009
2010
2011

Full-time Employees

44%

41%

43%

Part-time Employees

56%

59%

57%

*Data include sections taught by full-time employees, some of whom may not be classified as faculty for IPEDS.

 

4. Sections Taught by Full-Time Faculty, Adjunct Faculty and by Other Full-Time Employees

Fall 2009
Total Number of Course Sections
Taught by Full-Time Faculty
Taught by Part-Time Faculty
Taught by Others*
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
706
268
38%
398
56.4%
40
5.7%
Fall 2010
Total Number of Course Sections
Taught by Full-Time Faculty
Taught by Part-Time Faculty
Taught by Others*
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
742
261
35.2%
438
59%
43
5.8%
Fall 2011
Total Number of Course Sections
Taught by Full-Time Faculty
Taught by Part-Time Faculty
Taught by Others*
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
668
240
36%
379
56.8%
49
7.3%
 
5. Ratio of Full- to Part-Time faculty
Full-Time Faculty
Part-Time Faculty
Total

FY 2009

50 (18.2%)

225 (81.1%)

275 (100.0%)

FY 2010

50 (16.2%)

258 (83.8%)

308 (100.0%)

FY 2011

49 (17.0%)

240 (83.0%)

289 (100.0%)

Source: NJ Commission on Higher Education (CHE) from IPEDS data.




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