Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Sex Disparities in Visiting Profs at Leiter's Top 6 Schools
In this post, Brian Leiter provides a list of visiting professors at Yale, Harvard, Stanford, U. Chicago, Columbia, and NYU for the 2006-2007 academic year. Of these professors, 64 are men (76%), and 20 are women (24%). Here is a breakdown by school.
- Yale: 9 men, 1 woman
- Harvard: 21 men, 12 women
- Stanford: 3 men, 2 women
- U. Chicago: 8 men, 1 woman
- Columbia: 8 men, 2 women
- NYU: 15 men, 2 women
A discussion last year on the Leiter Reports about the potential for sex disparities in "look see" visits can be found here.
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How does one go about becoming a visiting professor? Law schools do not post this information, so I am wondering what is the traditional route (if there is one) for securing one of these positions.
Posted by: Anonymous | Aug 30, 2006 9:19:45 PM
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