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Unformatted text preview: Survey of Earned Doctorates
July1, 2007 to June 30, 2008
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Last Name Please complete:
First Name Middle Name Suffix (e.g., Jr.) Cross Reference: Birth name or former name legally changed Name of Doctoral Institution Type of Research Doctoral Degree (e.g., Ph.D, Ed.D, etc.) City or Branch Date Degree Granted (mm/yyyy) This information is solicited under the authority of the National Science Foundation Act of 1950, as amended. ALL INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE WILL BE TREATED AS CONFIDENTIAL and used only for research or statistical purposes by your doctoral institution, the survey sponsors, their contractors, and collaborating researchers for the purpose of analyzing data, preparing scientific reports and articles, and selecting samples for a limited number of carefully defined follow-up studies. The last four digits of your Social Security Number are also solicited under the NSF Act of 1950, as amended; provision of it is voluntary. It will be kept confidential. It is used for quality control, to assure that we identify the correct persons, especially when data are used for statistical purposes in Federal program evaluation. Any information publicly released (such as statistical summaries) will be in a form that does not personally identify you. Your response is voluntary and failure to provide some or all of the requested information will not in any way adversely affect you. The time needed to complete this form varies according to individual circumstances, but the average time is estimated to be 19 minutes. If you have comments regarding this time estimate, you may write to the National Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22230, Attention: NSF Reports Clearance Officer. A Federal agency may not conduct or sponsor a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.
OMB No.: 3145-0019 Approval Expires 05/31/2009 INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire. Directions are provided for each question. • If you have not already done so, please PRINT your name on the front cover. • Please print all responses; you may use either a pen or a pencil. Part A - EDUCATION
A1. What is the title of your dissertation?
a s Please mark (X) this box if the title below refers tocomposition performance, project report, or musical or literary required instead of a dissertation. a Fellowship, scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Title _____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ A5. Which of the following were sources of financial support during graduate school?
Mark (X) Yes or No for each A2. Please write the name of the primary field of your dissertation research.
__________________________________________________________________________ Name of Field Using the list on pages 8 & 9, choose the code that best describes the primary field of your dissertation research.
Number of Field If your dissertation research was interdisciplinary, list the name and number of your secondary field.
__________________________________________________________________________ s. . . s b Grant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s c Teaching assistantship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s d Research assistantship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s e Other assistantship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s f Traineeship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s g Internship, clinical residency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s h Loans (from any source) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s i Personal savings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s j Personal earnings during graduate school . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s (other than sources listed above) k Spouse’s, partner’s, or family’s earnings or savings . . . . s . . . s l Employer reimbursement/assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s m Foreign (non-U.S.) support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s n Other - Specify . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s
A6. Which TWO sources listed in A5 provided the most support?
Enter letters of primary and secondary sources Yes No Name of Field Number of Field If there were more than two fields, additional fields should be reported on page 10. 1 2 Primary source of support Secondary source of support A3. Please name the department (or interdisciplinary committee, center, institute, etc.) of the university that supervised your doctoral studies.
__________________________________________________________________________ s Mark (X) if no secondary source
A7. When you receive your doctoral degree, how much money will you owe that is directly related to your undergraduate and graduate education?
Mark (X) one in each column UNDERGRADUATE 0 Department/Committee/Center/Institute/Program A4. If you received full or partial tuition remission (waiver) for your doctoral studies, was it:
Mark (X) one s I did not receive any tuition remission 1 s for less than 1/3 of tuition 2 s between 1/3 and 2/3 of tuition 3 s more than 2/3 of tuition, but less than full 4 s full tuition remission
0 s None 1 s $10,000 or less 2 s $10,001 - $20,000 3 s $20,001 - $30,000 4 s $30,001 - $40,000 5 s $40,001 - $50,000 6 s $50,001 - $60,000 7 s $60,001 - $70,000 8 s $70,001 or more - Specify
$ 2 0 s None 1 s $10,000 or less 2 s $10,001 - $20,000 3 s $20,001 - $30,000 4 s $30,001 - $40,000 5 s $40,001 - $50,000 6 s $50,001 - $60,000 7 s $60,001 - $70,000 8 s $70,001 or more - Specify
$ GRADUATE A8. The next few questions ask about the degrees you have received. Please provide the following information for this doctoral degree, your most recent master’s degree, and your first bachelor’s degree in the appropriate columns below.
This research doctoral degree Most recent master’s degree (e.g. MS, MA, MBA) or equivalent First bachelor’s degree (e.g. BA, BS, AB) or equivalent ss b. Month/ year degree granted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s s ssss c. Month / year that you started your degree . . . . . . s s ssss
a. Have you received a degree of this type? . . . . . . X Yes
No Month Month Year Year ss ss ssss ss ssss
Yes No Month Month Year Year ss ss ssss ss ssss
Yes No Month Month Year Year d. Primary field of study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ e. Field number from list on p. 8 & 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . f. Institution name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
__________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ g. Branch or city . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . h. State or province . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i. Country . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A9. Excluding those above, have you attained any additional postsecondary degrees? A10. Was a master’s degree a prerequisite for admission to your doctoral program? A11. In what month and year did you first enter graduate school in any program or capacity, in any university? A12. How many years were you: a. taking courses or preparing for exams for this doctoral degree (including a master’s degree, if that was part of your doctoral program)? b. working on your dissertation after coursework and exams (non-course related preparation, writing and defense)? A13. Was there any time from the year you entered your doctoral program and the award of your doctorate that you were not working on your degree (that is, not taking courses or working on your dissertation)? If yes, please provide the number of years USA s Yes s No s Yes s No If yes, please list the additional degree(s), granting institution(s), and years.
Degree Type Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Year Month/Year Granted Institution Branch or City
_____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ ss ssss
Month ss ss State or Country Years (round to whole years) Degree Type Years (round to whole years) Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Month/Year Granted Institution _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ s Yes s No Branch or City State or Country ss Years (round to whole years) If there are more than two degrees, additional degrees should be reported on page 10. 3 A14. Did you earn college credit from a community or twoyear college?
1 A15. Are you earning, or have you earned, an MD or a DDS?
1 ■ Yes 2 ■ No ■ Yes 2 ■ No Pa r t B - P OS TGRAD UATION P LAN S
B1. In what country or state do you intend to live after graduation (within the next year)? B5. What will be the main source of financial support for your “postdoc” or further training within the next year?
Mark (X) one ■ in U.S. 1 ■ not in U.S.
0 State Country B2. Do you intend to take a “postdoc” position?
(A “postdoc” is a temporary position primarily for gaining additional education and training in research, usually awarded in academe, industry, or government.) 1 ■ Yes 2 ■ No B3. What is the status of your postgraduate plans (in the next year)?
Mark (X) one ■ U.S. government 1 ■ Industry/business 2 ■ College or university 3 ■ Private foundation 4 ■ Nonprofit, other than private foundation or college 5 ■ Foreign government 6 ■ Other - Specify
0 GO TO B4 7 ■ Returning to, or continuing in, predoctoral employment 1 ■ Have signed contract or made definite commitment for a “postdoc” or other work
0 ■ Unknown B6. What type of principal employer will you be working for (or training with) in the next year?
Mark (X) one EDUCATION 1 ■ Negotiating with one or more specific organizations 3 ■ Seeking position but have no specific prospects 4 ■ Other full-time degree program (e.g., MD, DDS, JD, MBA, etc.) 5 ■ Do not plan to work or study (e.g., family commitments, etc.) 6 ■ Other - Specify
2 SKIP TO C1 B4. What best describes your (within the next year) postgraduate plans?
Mark (X) one ■ U.S. 4-year college or university other than medical school 2 ■ U.S. medical school (including university-affiliated hospital or medical center) 3 ■ U.S. university-affiliated research institute 4 ■ U.S. community or two-year college 5 ■ U.S. preschool, elementary, middle, secondary school or school system 6 ■ Foreign educational institution
GOVERNMENT (other than education institution) 7 ■ “Postdoc” fellowship 1 ■ “Postdoc” research associateship 2 ■ Traineeship 3 ■ Intern, clinical residency 4 ■ Other Training - Specify
0 “POSTDOC” OR FURTHER TRAINING ■ Foreign government 8 ■ U.S. federal government 9 ■ U.S. state government 10 ■ U.S. local government
GO TO B5 11 ■ Not for profit organization 12 ■ Industry or business (for profit)
OTHER PRIVATE SECTOR (other than education institution) ■ Employment (other than “postdoc” or further training) 6 ■ Military service 7 ■ Other Employment- Specify
5 EMPLOYMENT ■ Self-employed 14 ■ Other - Specify
13 SKIP TO B6 B7. Please name the organization and geographic location where you will work or study.
Name . . . . . . . . . . . . State (if U.S.) . . . . . . Country (if not U.S.) . 4 B8. What will be your basic annual salary for this principal job (in the next year)? Do not include bonuses or additional compensation for summertime teaching or research. If you are not salaried, please estimate your earned income.
__________________________________ B10.What will be your primary and secondary work activities?
Mark (X) one in each column Research and development . . . . . . . . . . . 1 $ If you prefer not to report an exact amount, please indicate into which range you expect your salary to fall:
Mark (X) one ■ . . . . .1 ■ Teaching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ■ . . . . . 2 ■ Management or administration . . . . . . . . 3 ■ . . . . . 3 ■ Professional services to individuals . . . . . 4 ■ . . . . . 4 ■ Other - Specify . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ■ . . . . . 5 ■ ■ Mark (X) if no secondary work activities a PRIMARY b SECONDARY ■ $30,000 or less ■ $30,001 - $35,000 2 ■ $35,001 - $40,000 3 ■ $40,001 - $50,000 4 ■ $50,001 - $60,000 5 ■ $60,001 - $70,000
0 1 Number of Months 6 ■ $70,001 - $80,000 ■ $80,001 - $90,000 8 ■ $90,001 - $100,000 9 ■ $100,001 - $110,000 10 ■ $110,001 or above 11 ■ Don’t know
7 B9. How many months does this salary cover? Pa r t C - B AC KG ROUND I NFORM ATIO N
C1. Are you 1 ■ Male 2 ■ Female C4. What is the highest educational attainment of your mother and father?
Mark (X) one for each parent C2. What is your marital status?
Mark (X) one ■ Married 2 ■ Living in a marriage-like relationship 3 ■ Widowed 4 ■ Separated 5 ■ Divorced 6 ■ Never married
1 C3. Not including yourself or your spouse/partner, how many dependents (children or adults) do you have - that is, how many others receive at least one half of their financial support from you? ■ . . . . .1 ■ ■ . . . . .2 ■ Some college . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ■ . . . . . 3 ■ Bachelor’s degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 ■ . . . . . 4 ■ Master’s degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ■ . . . . . 5 ■ (e.g., MA, MS, MBA, MSW, etc.) Professional degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ■ . . . . . 6 ■ (e.g., MD, DDS, JD, D.Min, Psy.D., etc.) Research doctoral degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 ■ . . . . . 7 ■ Not applicable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 ■ . . . . . 8 ■
Less than high/secondary school graduate . . 1 High/secondary school graduate . . . . . . . 2 a MOTHER b FATHER C5. What is your place of birth?
State (if U.S.) . . . . . . OR Country (if not U.S.) . ■ Mark (X) if none
Write in number 5 years of age or younger . . 6 to 18 years . . . . . . . . . . . 19 years or older . . . . . . . . ■ ■ ■ C6. What is your date of birth?
Month ■■ ■■
Day Year 19 ■■■■ 5 C7. What is your citizenship status?
Mark (X) one U.S. CITIZEN 0 C14. What is your racial background?
Mark (X) one or more SKIP TO C9 GO TO C8 a ■ Since birth 1 ■ Naturalized
NON-U.S. CITIZEN 2 ■ American Indian or Alaska Native
Specify tribal affiliation(s) ■ With a Permanent U.S. Resident Visa (“Green Card”) 3 ■ With a Temporary U.S. Visa
C8. (If a non-U.S. citizen) Of which country are you a citizen?
__________________________________________________________________________ ■ Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander c ■ Asian d ■ Black or African-American e ■ White
b Specify country of present citizenship C15. Please fill in the last four digits of your Social Security Number. C9. In what state or country was the high school/secondary school that you last attended?
State (if U.S.) . . . . . . OR Country (if not U.S.) . XXX XX ■■■ ■■ ■■■■
- C16. In case we need to clarify some of the information you have provided, please list an e-mail address and telephone number where you can be reached.
__________________________________________________________________________ C10. Are you a person with a disability? E-mail Address
__________________________________________________________________________ ■ Yes 2 ■ No
1 Mark (X) one or more GO TO C11 SKIP TO C12 Daytime or Cell Telephone C11. Which of the following categories describes your disability(ies)? C17. Please provide your address and the name and address of a person who is likely to know where you can be reached.
YOUR CURRENT ADDRESS:
__________________________________________________________________________ ■ Blind/Visually Impaired b ■ Deaf/Hard of Hearing c ■ Physical/Orthopedic Disability d ■ Learning/Cognitive Disability e ■ Vocal/Speech Disability f ■ Other - Specify
a Street Address
__________________________________________________________________________ City/State/Country/Zip or Postal Code CURRENT ADDRESS OF A PERSON WHO IS LIKELY TO KNOW WHERE YOU CAN BE REACHED:
__________________________________________________________________________ Name C12. Are you Hispanic or Latino? __________________________________________________________________________ ■ Yes 2 ■ No
1 Mark (X) one Street Address
__________________________________________________________________________ GO TO C13 SKIP TO C14 City/State/Country/Zip or Postal Code C13. Which of the following best describes your Hispanic origin or descent? ■ Mexican or Chicano 2 ■ Puerto Rican 3 ■ Cuban 4 ■ Other Hispanic - Specify
1 The results of this survey will be published in a Summary Report; the Summary Reports on earlier surveys are available at http://www.norc.uchicago.edu/issues/docdata.htm. Please use the back cover to make any additional comments you may have about this survey. Thank you for completing the questionnaire. Please return this questionnaire to your GRADUATE SCHOOL for forwarding to Survey of Earned Doctorates, NORC at the University of Chicago, 1 N. State Street, Floor 16, Chicago, IL 60602. If you have questions or concerns about the survey, you may contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 1-800-248-8649. 6 Pl eas e see the foll ow ing tw o pa ges fo r the Field of Study List The Field of Study listing on pages 8 and 9 is to be used in responding to items A2, A8, and A9. Please choose the code that best describes the name of your field. 7 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION
900 905 910 915 901 921 Accounting Banking/Financial Support Services Business Administration & Management Business/Managerial Economics Finance Human Resources Development 916 920 917 930 International Business/Trade/Commerce Marketing Management & Research Management Information Systems/Business Statistics Operations Research (also in ENGINEERING & in MATHEMATICS) 935 Organizational Behavior (see also PSYCHOLOGY/Industrial & Organizational) 938 Business Management/Administration, General 939 Business Management/Administration, Other COMMUNICATION
940 Communication Research 957 Communication Theory 950 Film, Radio, TV & Digital Communication 947 Mass Communication/Media Studies 958 Communication, General 959 Communication, Other COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES
400 Computer Science 410 Information Science & Systems 419 Computer & Information Science, Other EDUCATION
RESEARCH & ADMINISTRATION 840 Counseling Education/Counseling & Guidance 800 Curriculum & Instruction 805 Educational Administration & Supervision 820 Educational Assessment/Testing/Measurement TEACHER EDUCATION 858 Adult & Continuing Teacher Education 852 Elementary Teacher Education TEACHING FIELDS 860 Agricultural Education 861 Art Education 862 Business Education 864 English Education 870 Family & Consumer/Human Science (also in Fields Not Elsewhere Classified) OTHER EDUCATION 898 Education, General 810 807 822 815 Educational/Instructional Media Design Educational Leadership Educational Psychology (also in PSYCHOLOGY) Educational Statistics/Research Methods 845 825 830 835 Higher Education/Evaluation & Research School Psychology (also in PSYCHOLOGY) Social/Philosophical Foundations of Education Special Education 850 Pre-elementary/Early Childhood Teacher Education 856 Secondary Teacher Education 866 868 874 876 878 880 Foreign Languages Education Health Education Mathematics Education Music Education Nursing Education Physical Education & Coaching 882 884 885 888 889 Reading Education Science Education Social Science Education Trade & Industrial Education Teacher Education & Professional Development, Other 899 Education, Other ENGINEERING
300 303 306 309 312 315 318 321 324 Aerospace, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering Agricultural Engineering Bioengineering & Biomedical Engineering Ceramic Sciences Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Communications Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical, Electronics & Communications Engineering 376 327 330 333 336 339 342 345 348 351 Engineering Management & Administration Engineering Mechanics Engineering Physics Engineering Science Environmental Health Engineering Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Mining & Mineral Engineering 357 Nuclear Engineering 360 Ocean Engineering 363 Operations Research (also in MATHEMATICS & in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT) 366 Petroleum Engineering 369 Polymer & Plastics Engineering 372 Systems Engineering 398 Engineering, General 399 Engineering, Other HUMANITIES
HISTORY 706 African History 700 American History (U.S. & Canada) 703 Asian History FOREIGN LANGUAGES & LITERATURE 768 Arabic 758 Chinese 740 French 743 German LETTERS 732 American Literature (U.S. & Canada) 720 Classics 723 Comparative Literature 735 Creative Writing OTHER HUMANITIES 770 American/U.S. Studies 773 Archaeology 776 Art History/Criticism/Conservation 792 Bible/Biblical Studies 795 Drama/Theater Arts 705 European History 710 History, Science & Technology & Society 707 Latin American History 746 Italian 762 Japanese 752 Russian 708 Middle/Near East Studies 718 History, General 719 History, Other 755 Slavic (other than Russian) 749 Spanish 769 Other Languages & Literature 734 English Language 733 English Literature (British & Commonwealth) 724 Folklore 736 Speech & Rhetorical Studies 738 Letters, General 739 Letters, Other 780 786 787 788 789 Music Music Theory & Composition Music Performance Musicology/Ethnomusicology Music, Other 785 790 798 799 Philosophy Religion/Religious Studies Humanities, General Humanities, Other LIFE SCIENCES
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES/NATURAL RESOURCES 005 Agricultural Animal Breeding 055 043 000 Agricultural Economics 025 Agricultural & Horticultural Plant Breeding 044 020 Agronomy & Crop Science 066 010 Animal Nutrition 070 079 014 Animal Science, Poultry (or Avian) 019 Animal Science, Other 050 081 Environmental Science 074 Fishing & Fisheries Sciences/Management Food Science Food Science & Technology, Other Forest Sciences & Biology Forest/Resources Management Forestry & Related Science, Other Horticulture Science Natural Resources/Conservation 030 Plant Pathology/Phytopathology (also in BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) 039 Plant Sciences, Other 046 Soil Chemistry/Microbiology 049 Soil Sciences, Other 080 Wildlife/Range Management 072 Wood Science & Pulp/Paper Technology 098 Agriculture, General 099 Agricultural Science, Other 888 Continued on Page 9 LIFE SCIENCES (continued)
BIOLOGICAL/BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES 130 Anatomy 110 Bacteriology 100 Biochemistry (see also PHYSICAL SCIENCES/ Chemistry, other) 102 Bioinformatics 103 Biomedical Sciences 133 Biometrics & Biostatistics 105 Biophysics (also in PHYSICS) 107 Biotechnology 129 Botany/Plant Biology 158 Cancer Biology HEALTH SCIENCES 210 Environmental Health 211 Environmental Toxicology 220 Epidemiology 212 Health Systems/Services Administration 222 Kinesiology/Exercise Science 136 142 139 145 148 137 170 151 157 154 160 163 240 230 215 245 Cell/Cellular Biology & Histology Developmental Biology/Embryology Ecology Endocrinology Entomology Evolutionary Biology Genetics/Genomics, Human & Animal Immunology Microbiology Molecular Biology Neurosciences Nutrition Sciences Medicinal/Pharmaceutical Sciences Nursing Science Public Health Rehabilitation/Therapeutic Services 166 175 180 185 115 120 125 169 189 198 199 200 250 298 299 Parasitology Pathology, Human & Animal Pharmacology, Human & Animal Physiology, Human & Animal Plant Genetics Plant Pathology/Phytopathology (also in AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES) Plant Physiology Toxicology Zoology Biology/Biomedical Sciences, General Biology/Biomedical Sciences, Other Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Veterinary Sciences Health Sciences, General Health Sciences, Other MATHEMATICS
425 430 420 460 435 Algebra Analysis & Functional Analysis Applied Mathematics Computing Theory & Practice Geometry/Geometric Analysis 440 Logic 445 Number Theory 465 Operations Research (also in ENGINEERING & in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/ADMIN.) 450 455 498 499 Statistics (also in SOCIAL SCIENCES) Topology/Foundations Mathematics/Statistics, General Mathematics/Statistics, Other PHYSICAL SCIENCES
ASTRONOMY 500 Astronomy ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE & METEOROLOGY 510 Atmospheric Chemistry & Climatology 512 Atmospheric Physics & Dynamics CHEMISTRY 520 Analytical Chemistry 522 Inorganic Chemistry 526 Organic Chemistry GEOLOGICAL & EARTH SCIENCES 542 Geochemistry 540 Geology 552 Geomorphology & Glacial Geology OCEAN/MARINE SCIENCES 585 Hydrology & Water Resources 590 Oceanography, Chemical & Physical PHYSICS 560 Acoustics 576 Applied Physics 561 Atomic/Molecular/Chemical Physics 565 Biophysics (also in BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) 505 Astrophysics 514 Meteorology 518 Atmospheric Science/Meteorology, General 530 Physical Chemistry 532 Polymer Chemistry 534 Theoretical Chemistry 544 Geophysics & Seismology 548 Mineralogy & Petrology 546 Paleontology 595 Marine Sciences 599 Ocean/Marine, Other 574 568 569 564 Condensed Matter/Low Temperature Physics Nuclear Physics Optics/Photonics Particle (Elementary) Physics 570 572 578 579 Plasma/Fusion Physics Polymer Physics Physics, General Physics, Other 519 Atmospheric Science/Meteorology, Other 538 Chemistry, General 539 Chemistry, Other (see also BIOLOGICAL/Biochemistry) 550 Stratigraphy & Sedimentation 558 Geological & Earth Sciences, General 559 Geological & Earth Sciences, Other PSYCHOLOGY
600 603 606 609 612 618 Clinical Psychology Cognitive Psychology & Psycholinguistics Comparative Psychology Counseling Developmental & Child Psychology Educational Psychology (also in EDUCATION) 615 620 613 621 Experimental Psychology Family Psychology Human Development & Family Studies Industrial & Organizational (see also BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/Organization Behavior) 624 Personality Psychology 627 633 636 639 648 649 Physiological/Psychobiology Psychology Psychometrics & Quantitative Psychology School Psychology (also in EDUCATION) Social Psychology Psychology, General Psychology, Other SOCIAL SCIENCES
650 652 657 658 662 668 Anthropology Area/Ethnic/Cultural/Gender Studies Criminal Justice & Corrections Criminology Demography/Population Studies Econometrics 667 670 674 676 678 682 Economics Geography International Relations/Affairs Linguistics Political Science & Government Public Policy Analysis 686 690 694 695 698 699 Sociology Statistics (also in MATHEMATICS) Urban Affairs/Studies Urban/City, Community & Regional Planning Social Sciences, General Social Sciences, Other FIELDS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED (NEC)
960 Architecture/Environmental Design 964 Family/Consumer Science/Human Science (also in EDUCATION) 968 Law 972 974 976 980 Library Science Parks/Sports/Rec./Leisure/Fitness Public Administration Social Work 984 Theology/Religious Education (see also OTHER HUMANITIES/Religion/Religious Studies) 989 Other Fields, NEC 8988 To the Doctorate Recipient:
Congratulations on earning a doctoral degree! This is an important accomplishment for you. Your accomplishment is also significant for both this nation and others, as the new knowledge generated by research doctorates enhances the quality of life in this country and throughout the world. Because of the importance of persons earning research doctorates, several Federal agencies–listed on the cover–sponsor this Survey of Earned Doctorates. The basic purpose of this survey is to gather objective data about doctoral graduates. These data are important in improving graduate education both at your home institution and beyond. Often, decisions made by governmental and private agencies to develop new programs, or to support present ones, are based in part on the data developed from this survey. If you have any comments about the survey, please provide them in the space below. On behalf of the sponsoring Federal agencies, I thank you for your participation in this survey. Best wishes, Dr. Lynda T. Carlson National Science Foundation ADDITIONS TO QUESTIONS A2. (continued)
__________________________________________________________________________ Name of Field Number of Field
__________________________________________________________________________ Name of Field Number of Field A9. (continued)
Degree Type Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Month/Year Granted Institution Branch or City State or Country Degree Type Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Month/Year Granted Institution Branch or City State or Country
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