The View from 2002, 2007, and 2012: Status of Faculty & Yale

One of the core activities of the WFF is the production of Women, Men, and Yale University: The View, which is a report compiled every 5 years on the demographic data of men and women faculty at Yale. In August 2012, the WFF released Women, Men, and Yale University: The View From 2012, authored by 2011-2012 WFF postdoctoral associate Allison Tait. The View confirmed that while Yale has made progress in the hiring and retention of women and minority faculty in the past several decades, progress is frustratingly slow. Over the past decade, there has been a 7% increase in female ladder faculty members, a 4% increase in non-ladder faculty, and a 5% increase in women postdoctoral trainees.  

Archived reports are below:

Women, Men, and Yale University: The View From 2012

Women, Men, and Yale University: The View From 2007

Women, Men, and Yale University: The View From 2002