We compile data on the racial make-up of  JMC  faculty periodically as part
of the Annual Survey of Journalism and Mass Communication Enrollments in the
Cox Center at the University of Georgia.   The 2001 survey (which was
conducted last school year) included questions on racial and educational
background of faculty.   The problem is-- a great number of deans and
directors chose to leave this question blank.

In helping to prepare our article for JMC Educator (Journalism & Mass
Communication Educator, Vol.57, No. 3, Autumn 2002, pp.184-212) last summer,
I worked with Lee Becker in trying to make sense of incomplete data on the
racial make-up of faculty.      You might e-mail Lee Becker
[log in to unmask] directly to get additional breakdowns beyond what we
provided in the Educator piece.

Also-- you might also check out our 2001 report on JMC faculty
diversification, which is available in full-text on the Cox Center web site.
Here's the link.

This report is based on faculty data through 1998.   That analysis is more
detailed, but obviously the 2001 data will be more current.

George L. Daniels, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Journalism
The University of Alabama

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Sanchez" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 7:57 PM
Subject: Minority Journalism Faculty

> Can anyone tell me where I can find out how many minority faculty are
> teaching in j-schools nationwide? js
> --
> John Sanchez, Assistant Professor
> Journalism/News Media Ethics
> Penn State University
> 119 Carnegie Building
> University Park, PA  16802
> 814-863/7994 ofc
> 814-863/8044 fax
> In order for dreams to come must first wake up.