Unsurprisingly, the numbers are smaller:
1. New York University (R. Dworkin [cognate, part-time], K. Fine, T. Nagel, D. Parfit [part-time], J. Waldron [cognate, part-time], C. Wright)
2. Columbia University (J. Elster [cognate], C. Peacocke, J. Raz [cognate, part-time])
3. Harvard University (T. Scanlon, A. Sen)
3. University of California, Los Angeles (T. Burge, D. Kaplan)
3. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (R. Adams, S. Blackburn [part-time])
3. University of Texas, Austin (H. Kamp [part-time], M. Sainsbury)
Other U.S.-based (or partly based) philosophers elected to the British Academy include Nancy Cartwright (UC San Diego [part-time]), R.A. Duff (University of Minnesota [part-time]), John Finnis (Notre Dame [part-time]), Frank Jackson (Princeton [part-time]), Saul Kripke (CUNY Grad Center), John McDowell (Pittsburgh), Martha Nussbaum (Chicago), and Barry Stroud (Berkeley).