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The Pool Problem at UC Berkeley: Ladder Rank Faculty

The first leak occurs before any hiring decision is even made. Though at present nearly half of current Ph.D. recipients are women, applicant data from UC Berkeley confirms that qualified women Ph.D.s are under-applying for ladder-rank positions. This imbalance represents the first in a series points where potentially excellent scholars leak out the academic pipeline.

The Pool Problem at UC Berkeley: Ladder Rank Faculty

* Data prepared by Angelica Stacy, Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Equity, UCB. Potential UCB Pool is derived from NCES data on PhD degrees granted in 2000 cut to a selected group of top-ranked graduate institutions and cut to relevant disciplinary fields for UCB.

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