Published: May 27, 2016

Philosopher Carolyn Dicey Jennings (U. of California-Merced) recently compiled statistics on the ratio of female-to-male Ph.D. graduates of philosophy departments in the U.S. Of the 86 departments providing data for the period 2004–2014, CU-Boulder’s philosophy department has the 13th highest ratio: 38% of the Ph.D.’s awarded in Philosophy at CU during this period went to women. Moreover, of the 86 departments on the list, CU-Boulder has the third-highest ratio of female-to-male Ph.D. graduates among all philosophy departments ranked in the top 50 by the Philosophical Gourmet, the most influential extant ranking of Ph.D. programs in philosophy. For more details, see the full article here.