Science and engineering faculties aging
Article first published online: 3 JUN 2011
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Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume 63, Issue 10, page 185, 9 March 1982
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1982), Science and engineering faculties aging, Eos Trans. AGU, 63(10), 185–185, doi:10.1029/EO063i010p00185-04.(
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The Division of Science Resource Studies of the National Science Foundation has recently published its third in a series of surveys of faculties at degree-granting academic institutions. ‘Young and Senior Science and Engineering Faculty, 1980’ (Nat. Sci. Found., Publ. 81–319) contains information collected from faculties at 156 institutions that had received at least $1.4 million in federal government research and development funds in 1977. The survey spanned 19 science and engineering fields and 39,760 fulltime faculty and included numerous factors concerning age, sex, race, and conditions of faculty appointments and departures. (Chem. Eng. News, Feb. 15, 1982).