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Part-Time Instructional Faculty and Staff: Who They Are, What They Do, and What They Think

Note: These tables are provided as an update to tables from the 1993 National Study of Postsecondary Faculty report: Part-Time Instructional Faculty and Staff: Who They Are, What They Do, and What They Think (NCES 2002-163). Tables 10, 13-14, 21-26, 32-35, 41-47, 50-51, 54-56, and 58-63 were not updated.

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Table 1 Percentage distribution of full- and part-time instructional faculty and staff in postsecondary institutions, by institution type:  Fall 2003

Table 2 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff in postsecondary institutions, by employment status and institution type:  Fall 2003

Table 3 Percentage distribution of full- and part-time instructional faculty and staff in  postsecondary institutions, by program area:  Fall 2003

Table 4 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff in postsecondary institutions, by employment status and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 5 Average age and age distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by employment status,  institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 6 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by gender, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 7 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by race/ethnicity, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 8 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by citizenship status, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 9 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by marital status and dependents, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 11 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by academic rank, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 12 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by tenure status, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 15 Average number of years instructional faculty and staff held their current job at a higher education institution and the average total number of jobs held during the term, by employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 16 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by union status, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 17 Average income by employment status, institution type, and program area Calendar Year 2003

Table 18 Average income of instructional faculty and staff, by source of income, employment status, institution type, and program area: Calendar Year 2003

Table 19 Percentage of part-time instructional faculty and staff that would have preferred a full-time position, by institution type and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 20 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by highest level of degree, employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 27 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by principal activity, employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 28 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by time allocation,  employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 29 Average hours worked per week, number of classes taught, hours in classroom, students taught, and student contact hours per week for instructional faculty and staff, by employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 30 Average number of classes taught by instructional faculty and staff, by level of student in classes for credit, and by employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 31 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by level of students in classes for credit, and by employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 36 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by use of multiple-choice  midterm and/or final exams in undergraduate classes for credit, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 37 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by use of short-answer midterm and/or final exams in undergraduate classes for credit, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 38 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by use of term/research papers in undergraduate classes for credit, employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 39 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by use of multiple drafts of written work in undergraduate classes for credit, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 40 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by whether engaged in professional research, writing, or creative works, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003

Table 48 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by level of satisfaction with job overall, employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 49 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by level of satisfaction with  workload, employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 52 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by level of satisfaction with  salary, employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 53 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by level of satisfaction with benefits, employment status, institution type, and program area:  Fall 2003

Table 57 Percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by opinion about choosing an academic career again, employment status, institution type, and program area: Fall 2003


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