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Research-Doctorate Programs Tables

Research-Doctorate Programs in the United States: Continuity and Change


LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

TABLES

  • ES-1 Percentage of Programs Whose "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty" Rated on Average as "Distinguished," "Strong," or "Good" /3
  • ES-2 Relative Distribution of Research-Doctorate Programs Appearing in Both the 1982 and 1993 Studies by Mean Rating of "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty" in Quality Grouping /4
  • ES-3 Percentage of Research-Doctorate Programs Remaining in the "Top Quarter" Between 1982 and 1993 When Mean Rating of "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty" Is Considered by Broad Field and Quality Grouping /4
  • ES-4 Relative Distribution of Graduates from Participating HBCU/HSI Institutions by Quality Grouping (for All Fields) /6
  • 1-1 Scores on Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and Subject Matter Tests: 1980-1992 /12
  • 1-2 Number of Ph.D.s Awarded by U.S. Universities (1920-1992) by Reporting Period and Year in Which the Doctorate Records File Recorded the First Ph.D. Awarded by that Institution /13
  • 2-1 Ph.D. Production in Selected Fields in the Biological Sciences by Field, Institution, and Program Within Institution, 1986-1990 /18
  • 2-2 Estimated Range of Institutional Coverage by 1993 Study of Research-Doctorate Programs in the United States by Field /20
  • 2-3 Distribution of Participating Institutions by Carnegie Classification and Broad Field /21
  • 2-4 Selected Characteristics of Research-Doctorate Programs in the 1993 Study /25
  • 3-1 Distribution of Program Ratings on the Variable "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty" /32
  • 3-2 Distribution of Program Ratings on the Variable "Effectiveness of Program in Educating Research Scholars/Scientists" /33
  • 3-3 Average Number of Program Faculty by Field and Quality Grouping /36
  • 3-4 Average Number of Students Enrolled in Doctoral Studies in Fall 1992 and (in parentheses) the Percentage of Female Students, by Field and Quality Grouping /38
  • 3-5 Average Percentage of Faculty in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Having Had Federal Grants (1986-1992) by Quality Grouping /40
  • 3-6 Publication and Citation Information for Selected Fields by Quality Grouping /40
  • 3-7 Average Number of Awards and Honors Among Faculty in the Arts and Humanities by Field and Quality Grouping /41
  • 3-8 Relative Distribution of Research-Doctorate Programs Appearing in Both the 1982 and 1993 Studies by Mean Rating of "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty" in Quality Grouping /42
  • 3-9 Percentage of Research-Doctorate Programs Remaining in the "Top Quarter" Between 1982 and 1993 When Mean Rating of "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty" Is Considered by Broad Field and Quality Grouping /43
  • 3-10 Change in the Average Number of Faculty in the Arts and Humanities by Field and 1982 Quality Grouping, Fall 1980 and Fall 1992 /44
  • 3-11 Average Number Faculty in Selected Fields of Engineering Based on 1982 Quality Grouping /46
  • 3-12 Average Percentage of Doctoral Recipients With Research or Teaching Assistantships as a Primary Source of Support by Field and Quality Grouping
    /52
  • 3-13 Summary Information on Patterns of Doctoral Degrees Earned by Women from Programs Participating in the 1993 Study by Broad Field and Quality Grouping /53
  • 3-14 Summary Information on Patterns of Doctoral Degrees Earned by Minorities from Programs Participating in the 1993 Study by Broad Field and Quality Grouping /53
  • 3-15 Relative Distribution of Programs from Participating HBCU/HSI Institutions by Quality Grouping (for All Fields) /55
  • 3-16 Relative Distribution of Graduates from Participating HBCU/HSI Institutions by Quality Grouping (for All Fields) /55

FIGURES

  • ES-1 Relative Distribution of Research-Doctorate Programs Appearing in the 1993 Study for the First Time in Fields Included in Both the 1982 and 1993 Study, by Broad Field and 1993 Quality Grouping
    /5
  • ES-2 Relative Distribution of Minority Ph.D. Recipients by Broad Field and by Quality Grouping (1986-1992) /6
  • 1-1 Doctorate Recipients, Total and by Gender, 1963-1993 /9
  • 2-1 Excerpt from the 1993 NRC National Survey of Graduate Faculty /21
  • 3-1 Distribution of Program Ratings Across All Programs by "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty"
    /31
  • 3-2 Average Number of Program Faculty by Quality Grouping and Broad Field /35
  • 3-3 Average Number of Students Enrolled by Broad Field and Quality Grouping 37
  • 3-4 Average Percentage of Faculty in Programs Rated in the "Top Quarter" Having Had Federal Grant Support Between 1986 and 1992, by Field /39
  • 3-5 Relative Distribution of Research-Doctorate Programs Appearing in the 1993 Study for the First Time in Fields Included in Both the 1982 and 1993 Study, by Broad Field and 1993 Quality Grouping
    /43
  • 3-6 Change in the Average Number of Program Graduates in the Arts and Humanities by Field and Quality Grouping: 1975-1980 and 1986-1992 /45
  • 3-7 Average Number of Program Graduates in Engineering by Quality Grouping: 1975-1980 and 1987-1992 /47
  • 3-8 Average Number of Program Graduates in the Physical Sciences and Mathematics by Field and Quality Grouping: 1975-1980 and 1986-1992 /48
  • 3-9 Average Number of Program Graduates in the Social and Behavioral Sciences by Field and 1982 Quality Grouping: 1975-1980 and 1986-1992 /50
  • 3-10 Median Time to Degree by Broad Field and by Quality Grouping: 1986-1992 /51
  • 3-11 Percentage of Female Doctorates Who Come From Programs Rated in the "Top Quarter" on the "Scholarly Quality of Program Faculty" Variable /54
  • 3-12 Relative Distribution of Minority Ph.D. Recipients by Broad Field and by Quality Grouping (1986-1992) /55

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