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Gender Differences at Critical Transitions in the Careers of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty Appendix 4-14 Percentage of Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty in Research I Institutions Receiving Sufficient Equipment Discipline Men Women Biology 99.2 (107) 94.2 (120) Chemistry 92.5 (107) 88.8 (98) Mathematics 100.0 (68) 97.0 (66) Electrical engineering 90.4 (104) 88.8 (98) Physics 99.0 (103) 97.2 (109) Civil engineering 87.5 (80) 88.6 (114) NOTES: The numbers are expressed in percent of total respondents (in parentheses). For example, 99.2 percent of men in biology, out of a total of 107 respondents, stated that they had sufficient equipment. SOURCE: Survey of faculty conducted by the Committee on Gender Differences in Careers of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Faculty.