How many instructional staff members are represented by LEO and where do they work?
How much do LEO members teach?
What proportion of LEO members work full-time in a LEO title?
Q. How many instructional staff members are represented by LEO and where do they work?
A.A distinct count as of November 1, 2012 shows 1,541 LEO Lecturers and LEO Adjunct Faculty, distributed as follows:
Ann Arbor Campus
A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning 32
Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design 25
Stephen M. Ross School of Business 46
School of Dentistry 1
School of Education 45
College of Engineering 85
School of Information 8
School of Kinesiology 16
Law School 28
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts 447
Medical School 12
School of Music, Theatre and Dance 52
School of Natural Resources and Environment 5
School of Nursing 21
College of Pharmacy 4
School of Public Health 26
Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy 14
School of Social Work 41
TOTAL – Ann Arbor 908
College of Arts, Sciences & Letters 195
College of Business 31
School of Education 34
College of Engineering & Computer Science 22
Student Affairs 5
TOTAL – Dearborn 287
College of Arts and Sciences 168
School of Education & Human Services 46
School of Health Professions and Sciences 118
School of Management 14
TOTAL – Flint 346
(LEO members are counted only once on all three campuses, based on the appointing department group of their LEO job title. For those with an appointment in a LEO job title in more than one appointing department group, they are counted in the appointing department group and job title where the university indicator = 1. Counts also include those with only overload appointments in a LEO job title and those on leave at the time of the snapshot.)
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Q. How much do LEO members teach?
A.LEO members teach about 30% of all student credit hours at the undergraduate level on the Ann Arbor campus. They teach about 33% of the lower-level undergraduate student credit hours (freshman and sophomore level courses) and about 26% of the upper-level undergraduate student credit hours. They teach approximately 14% of graduate-level student credit hours on the Ann Arbor campus, mostly in the professional schools.
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Q. What proportion of LEO members work full-time in a LEO title?
A.Out of all LEO members on all three campuses, a total of 38.4% work at or close to full-time (that is, they hold a .90 or greater appointment). Another 23.4% of the LEO members are employed at half-time or greater, up to a .90 appointment. The other 38.2% of LEO members work at appointment levels that are less than half-time. Approximately 14.5% of the LEO members have another paid appointment in a non-LEO job title..
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