Here are some old numbers from a post last year:
|9/24/2011: This graph from UO's latest report to OUS on our "academic plan" certainly raises the question. See this earlier post for background.|
Since 2001 undergraduate enrollment has increased 36%, graduate enrollment by less than 10%, and the number of tenure track faculty by less than 10%.
|Here's the data on the number of tenure track faculty- pretty flat with a recent small uptick. Here's the data on enrollment. We have 24,300 this year.|
To the left is the number of students (fall enrollments) per tenure track faculty. For 2011, it will be ~35.
From their data dictionary: "General administrative services, executive management, legal and fiscal operations, public relations and central operations for physical operation." I wonder what the 2010-2011 data will look like?