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1601, 2020

FastFacts – History

Thursday, January 16, 2020|

Collaboration with other disciplines is most often seen between historians and researchers in International Affairs and Development which accounts for 3.7% of co-authored journal articles in HISTORY. The next two frequent collaborative disciplines are Political Science and Anthropology with 3.2% and 2.4% of co-authored journal articles in History, respectively. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in History that best compliment your research and where they are located?

According to the data captured in the Academic Analytics database, 60.8% of all faculty have received an award. Looking at the awards presented by the American Historical Society in the Academic Analytics database, of the faculty population for whom we have been able to identify gender, 59.9% have been presented to male scholars; 40.1% have been presented to female scholars.

Download the full report here: History FastFacts

1601, 2020

FastFacts – English Language and Literature

Thursday, January 16, 2020|

Collaborations with other disciplines most often involves researchers in Comparative Literature and History, each of which account for 3.7% of co-authored English journal publications. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in English Language and Literature that best compliment your research and where they are located?

According to the data captured in the Academic Analytics database, the National Endowment for the Humanities provides the most awards for the discipline, accounting for 14.2% of the total awards for the discipline. Of the faculty population for whom we have been able to identify gender, the distribution of awards granted by the NEH is 66.8 % of awards going to male scholars and 33.2% going to female scholars.

Download the full report here: English Language and Literature FastFacts

1601, 2020

FastFacts – Architecture

Thursday, January 16, 2020|

Collaboration with other disciplines most often involves researchers in Civil Engineering which accounts for 10.6% of all co-authored ARCHITECTURE journal publications. The next two most frequent areas of study, Environmental Engineering and Geology/Earth Sciences, account for 10% and 4.1% of all co-authored Architecture journal publications, respectively. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in these collaborative fields that best complement your research and where they are located?

According to the data captured in the Academic Analytics database, 32.1% of Architecture faculty have received a national honorific award. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture provides the most honorific awards for the discipline, accounting for 26.7% of all awards. Of the faculty population for whom we have been able to identify gender, the distribution of awards granted by Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture is 73.4% of awards going to male scholars and 26.6% going to female scholars.

Download the full report here: Architecture FastFacts

2112, 2019

Yale Insights Features Project with Academic Analytics Data

Saturday, December 21, 2019|

In Finance Field, Gender Disparities Are Significant—But Shrinking

Professor of Finance Heather E. Tookes of Yale University recently wrote about her research into the gender gap in the finance discipline, read the story here. Her project incorporated Academic Analytics data from the new Academic Analytics Research Center (AARC).

Read our previous post about this research here, and contact us to learn more about how Academic Analytics supports scholars through collaboration and data sharing.

1112, 2019

FastFacts – Physics

Wednesday, December 11, 2019|

In PHYSICS, collaboration with other disciplines is most often seen between physicists and researchers in Astronomy and Astrophysics which produces 24% of all co-authored Physics journal publications. The next two frequent collaborative disciplines are Chemistry and Electrical Engineering which account for 2.1% and 1.6% of all co-authored Physics journal publications respectively. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in Physics that best complement your research and where they are located?

According to the data captured in the Academic Analytics database, 52.5% of all Physics faculty captured by Academic Analytics have received an honorific award. The American Physical Society provides 20.2% of those awards. Of the faculty population for whom we have been able to identify gender, the recipients of awards presented by the American Physical Society recorded in the Academic Analytics database were 88.4% male and 11.6% female.

Download the full report here: Phycics FastFacts