The faculty salary analysis report provides salary information for faculty at The University of Texas at Austin. This report presents academic year salaries based on faculty appointments that were effective as of November 1st of each academic year. Unless otherwise noted, the sources for salary information are the Office of Information Management and Analysis faculty data files.
This report was retired after the 2009-2010 publication. The data from this report are now included with the Statistical Handbook: 2010-11 Average Faculty Salaries, Headcount and FTE
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Information About the Report:
The faculty salary analysis document was originally developed for distribution to member institutions of the Association of American Universities Data Exchange (AAUDE). In order to provide the highest level of possible comparability between institutions, document format and reporting criteria have been defined and agreed upon by AAUDE member institutions as follows:
Personnel Included: All individuals in instructional units holding faculty appointments with rank of Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, or Instructor are included, as well as other teaching faculty employed half-time or more. Other teaching faculty include lecturers and specialists, as well as visiting, adjunct, and clinical titles. Administrators are included in a particular unit if they have a separate faculty appointment of half-time or greater in that unit. All faculty appointments are on a nine-month basis.
Salaries: Faculty salary data for the academic year are based on appointments, and represent full-time rates for faculty appointed in a particular unit. Both headcount and FTE counts are presented. Salary figures also include supplements from endowment income. Salaries for part-time appointments have been adjusted to full-time rates for this analysis. If an individual has appointments in more than one unit, all faculty counts and salaries are allocated to the faculty member’s primary unit.
Average Age: The average age of faculty is included in the analysis.
CIP Code: The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) coding system is used to define instructional areas and in nearly all cases matches our departmental organizational structure. CIP codes reflect the 2000 code updates.
Fringe Benefits: A brief summary of The University's fringe benefits is included.