Of the 22 students who graduated from the Ph.D. Program in the years 2004-2014, we have data on 19, as follows:
- 32% (6/19) - in tenure-track positions
- 11% (2/19) - with postdoctoral fellowships
- 37% (7/19) - in other teaching positions
Making a total of 79% (15/19) in academic positions.
Of the remaining 21% (4/19) in non-academic positions here is our current information:
- 1 is a permanent position as an administrator in a NGO
- 1 is pursuing a Master’s in Public Administration
- 1 is a stay-at-home parent
- 1 has a government position
Updated Ph.D. placement information is forthcoming.