New Hires

This report provides information about the gender, ethnicity, and overall make-up of the 297 new professorial rank faculty members who were hired for the 2014-15 academic year. Faculty members hired from November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014 are included in this report.

New Hires by Rank

Rank Track Count Percent of Total
Professor Professor 18 6.1%
Professor Professor without Tenure 10 3.4%
Professor Research Professor 1 0.3%
Professor Subtotal 29 9.8%
Associate Professor Associate Professor 17 5.7%
Associate Professor Associate Professor Tenure Track 7 2.4%
Associate Professor Associate Professor without Tenure 8 2.7%
Associate Professor Research Associate Professor 5 1.7%
Associate Professor Subtotal 37 12.5%
Assistant Professor Acting Assistant Professor, pending PhD 7 2.4%
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor 78 26.3%
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor without Tenure 128 43.1%
Assistant Professor Research Assistant Professor 18 6.1%
Assistant Professor Subtotal 231 77.8%
Grand Total 297 100%


New Hires by School, College, Campus

School, College or Campus Count Percent of Total
College of Arts and Sciences 31 10.4%
College of Built Environments 2 0.7%
College of Education 2 0.7%
College of Engineering 22 7.4%
College of the Environment 5 1.7%
Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs 4 1.3%
Foster School of Business 9 3%
Information School 4 1.3%
School of Dentistry 2 0.7%
School of Law 2 0.7%
School of Medicine 162 54.5%
School of Nursing 2 0.7%
School of Public Health 8 2.7%
School of Social Work 2 0.7%
University of Washington, Bothell 17 5.7%
University of Washington, Tacoma 23 7.7%
Total 297 100%


New Hires by Professorial Rank and Gender

Rank Female Female Percent of Rank Male Male Percent of Rank
Professor 10 34.5% 19 65.5%
Associate Professor 16 43.2% 21 56.8%
Assistant Professor 129 55.8% 102 44.2%
Total 155 52.2% 142 47.8%

Gender Distribution of New Hires

Year Total Female Female Percent of Total Male Male Percent of Total
2005-06 220 98 44.5% 122 55.5%
2006-07 249 94 37.8% 155 62.2%
2007-08 249 102 41.0% 147 59.0%
2008-09 285 123 43.2% 162 56.8%
2009-10 214 96 44.9% 118 55.1%
2010-11 233 96 41.2% 137 58.8%
2011-12 206 90 43.7% 116 56.3%
2012-13 243 106 43.6% 137 56.4%
2013-14 288 134 46.5% 154 53.5%
2014-15 297 155 52.2% 142 47.8%


New Hires by Race shows the race distribution of new faculty hires over the past ten years. Note that race is self-reported and faculty members have the ability to change their own profile at any time.

New Hires by Race

Academic Year Total White Asian Black Hispanic American Indian Pacific Islander Multi-Racial Not Reported
2005-06 220 150
(68.2%)
33
(15%)
7
(3.2%)
5
(2.3%)
0
(0%)
N/A 5
(2.3%)
20
(9.1%)
2006-07 249 167
(67.1%)
46
(18.5%)
4
(1.6%)
7
(2.8%)
1
(0.4%)
N/A 8
(3.2%)
16
(6.4%)
2007-08 249 157
(63.1%)
51
(20.5%)
6
(2.4%)
9
(3.6%)
1
(0.4%)
N/A 5
(2%)
20
(8%)
2008-09 285 162
(56.8%)
60
(21.1%)
10
(3.5%)
6
(2.1%)
0
(0%)
N/A 0
(0%)
47
(16.5%)
2009-10 214 135
(63.1%)
46
(21.5%)
8
(3.7%)
3
(1.4%)
1
(0.5%)
N/A 2
(0.9%)
19
(8.9%)
2010-11 233 155
(66.5%)
35
(15%)
4
(1.7%)
5
(2.1%)
1
(0.4%)
N/A 3
(1.3%)
30
(12.9%)
2011-12 206 115
(55.8%)
29
(14.1%)
8
(3.9%)
8
(3.9%)
0
(0%)
N/A 3
(1.5%)
43
(20.9%)
2012-13 243 140
(57.6%)
38
(15.6%)
1
(0.4%)
17
(7%)
0
(0%)
0
(0%)
7
(2.9%)
40
(16.5%)
2013-14 288 150
(52.1%)
54
(18.8%)
3
(1%)
18
(6.3%)
1
(0.3%)
1
(0.3%)
4
(1.4%)
57
(19.8%)
2014-15 297 178
(59.9%)
52
(17.5%)
2
(0.7%)
22
(7.4%)
7
(2.4%)
0
(0%)
6
(2%)
30
(10.1%)


Distribution by Professorial Rank and Race

Rank Total White Asian Black Hispanic American Indian Pacific Islander Multi-Racial Not Reported
Professor 29 21
(72.4%)
2
(6.9%)
1
(3.4%)
2
(6.9%)
1
(3.4%)
0
(0%)
0
(0%)
2
(6.9%)
Associate Professor 37 24
(64.9%)
5
(13.5%)
0
(0%)
3
(8.1%)
1
(2.7%)
0
(0%)
0
(0%)
4
(10.8%)
Assistant Professor 231 133
(57.6%)
45
(19.5%)
1
(0.4%)
17
(7.4%)
5
(2.2%)
0
(0%)
6
(2.6%)
24
(10.4%)
Total 297 178
(59.9%)
52
(17.5%)
2
(0.7%)
22
(7.4%)
7
(2.4%)
0
(0%)
6
(2%)
30
(10.1%)


Non-US Citizen New Hires

Academic Year Number of Non-US Citizens Number of Countries Percentage of New Hires
2005-06 31 16 14.1%
2006-07 45 23 18.1%
2007-08 29 14 11.6%
2008-09 30 19 10.5%
2009-10 21 14 9.8%
2010-11 29 15 12.4%
2011-12 13 9 6.3%
2012-13 24 15 10.9%
2013-14 29 15 9.6%
2014-15 36 16 9.3%