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In 2009, the female faculty constituted 28.13 (18 out of 64) of
the STEM faculty versus 34.57 (28 out of 81) at the end of the
grant period in 2016 (refer to Table 1). Secondly, female STEM
faculty advanced to the professor rank, moving the percentage of
female, STEM full professors from 0 to 6.2 between 2009 and 2016
(refer to Table 2). Overall, there has been a clear pattern of slow
growth of women in STEM, especially at the highest tenured
Table 1: Percentage of Female Faculty in STEM-Related Administrative Units at Gannon University, 2009-2014 Data
Table 2: Percentage of Male and Female STEM Faculty across Rank Levels at Gannon University, 2009-2016 Data (Instructor rank is not included)