Faculty Salary Scatterplots
This Tableau workbook provides faculty salary data by department (including gender, faculty rank and years since degree) to assist in determining whether faculty members are appropriately and equitably paid in comparison to peers at UW-Madison.
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|Specific / Limited Audience|
|Data Source Information|
|Annually, 1st quarter of calendar year.|
|Academic Planning and Institutional Research|
Data shown is from the Human Resource System (HRS) and is complete through January. Any additions, subtractions, or changes to the faculty data in HRS since then will not be reflected in these tables or graphs. Certain elements of these data are collected from employees on the condition that the data will be used only for limited affirmative action and related University purposes. Therefore, your access to the data is with the understanding and agreement that you will not disclose them to others who do not themselves have access. These data are prepared for each tenure-granting department. Faculty members are shown in each department where they hold a tenure or tenure-track appointment. The percent commitment for the department is shown in the table under "% Appt this Dept." Salaries on a 12-month bases for "A" appointment are converted to a 9-month basis. Salaries on a 9-month basis for "C" appointments are not modified. The table and chart shows all salaries on a 9-month basis. Faculty with zero-dollar appointments and those paid 100% through an administrative appointment (such as chancellor or dean) are excluded from the chart. However, these faculty members are listed in the table with $0 faculty salary. Faculty with missing degree information are also excluded from the chart but listed in the table.
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An academic year consists of sequential summer, fall, spring terms. For example, the 2011-12 academic years includes summer 2011, fall 2011, and spring 2012.
|Department (Academic Structure)||
An entity approved by academic governance to serve at least one of three academic purposes: serve as the academic home for a plan, serve as the academic home of a subject, or serve as a faculty tenure home. The status of an academic organization as academic owner is established through faculty/shared governance approval process; each plan and subject has one academic organization designated as an academic owner. Academic organizations are tied to the budgetary UDD (A####).
|Academic Planning, Employee Record|
An academic group of the University, defined in Faculty Policies & Procedures Chapter 3 and led by a dean or director who reports to the provost, that serves as a school, college or like unit. Each academic program code has an academic division assigned.
A UW System-wide, seven-character organizational code used to identify the Unit, Division, Department, Sub-department associated with a particular personnel, research, financial, or other activity or transaction.
|University of Wisconsin - Madison|
An appointment for the fiscal year paid as determined by the calendar month.
An appointment directly tied to the academic year calendar (273 days or 39 weeks).