Senate Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty SCESF
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The Senate Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty ("SCESF") gathers and organizes data on salaries and benefits and represents the faculty in the determination of University policy on salary issues. SCESF issues an annual report along with an executive summary of that report.
SCESF performs the bulk of its work annually during the fall semester using data provided via the Provost by the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis.
Specific Charges, 2021-2022
- Address systemic racism and other forms of inequity by assessing and evaluating ways to change University structures, practices, and biases at the University, school, departmental, and individual levels. Examples include eligibility for leadership roles, differential standards for faculty evaluation based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information,, department-level voting privileges, biases implicit in quantitative methods for evaluating faculty, evaluation of effectiveness of campus mental health and wellness programs.
- Examine salary compression and inversion issues, whether departments or schools face those issues, and how, if any exist, they might be addressed.
- Identify salary and compensation inequities based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.
- Identify salary and compensation inequities among those who perform faculty functions in Associated Faculty and Academic Support Staff tracks.
- Provide a rationale for accessing data from the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis to permit an encompassing review of compensation issues, including for under-represented minorities and patterns by school.
- Assemble and analyze data and produce a first draft of the Report on the Economic Status of the Faculty for discussion and review in committee by Friday, Nov. 21, 2021.
- Incorporate final changes and approve the final draft of the Report on the Economic Status of the Faculty by Friday, December 17, 2021.
SCESF 2021-2022 Membership
- Shawn Bird (PSOM/Neurology), term expires 2023
- Jennifer Blouin (Wharton), term expires 2022
- Dennis Culhane (Social Policy and Practice), term expires 2022
- Tulia Falleti (SAS/Political Science), term expires 2024
- Graciela Gonzalez Hernandez (PSOM/Biostatistics, Epidemiology & Informatics), term expires 2023
- Iourii Manovskii (SAS/Economics), term expires 2022, CHAIR
- Mark Oyama (Veterinary Medicine), term expires 2024
- Rand Quinn (Education), term expires 2024
- Melissa Sanchez (SAS/English), term expires 2023
- Ex officio:
- William Braham (Weitzman Design), Senate Chair
- Vivian Gadsden (Education), Senate Chair-Elect
- Kathleen Hall Jamieson (Annenberg), Senate Past Chair
SCESF members serve three-year terms, per the Faculty Senate Rules.
- 2020-2021 (Fiscal Year 2020 data)
- No formal report
- Standard data set
- 2019-2020 (Fiscal Year 2019 data)
- 2018-2019 (Fiscal Year 2018 data)
- 2017-2018 (Fiscal Year 2017 data)
- 2016-2017 (Fiscal Year 2016 data)
- 2015-2016 (Fiscal Year 2015 data)
- 2014-2015 (Fiscal Year 2014 data)
- 2013-2014 (Fiscal Year 2013 data)
- 2012-2013 (Fiscal Year 2012 data)
- 2011-2012 (Fiscal Year 2011 data)
- 2010-2011 (Fiscal Year 2010 data)