MOVING TO FRONT FROM JULY 8--MORE CORRECTIONS WELCOME
This is the third draft of faculty lists to be used in the 2014 PGR evaluations (that will take place this fall); thanks to all those who gave feedback on the earlier drafts. Here is the third draft: Download PGR Faculty Lists 2014-15_doc
Approximately a fifteen schools have asked to be included in the surveys; the Advisory Board is currently voting on those schools, and schools to be added will be announced next week. No new schools have yet been added to the 3rd draft.
The faculty lists are looking ahead to 2015-16, so faculty retiring in 2015 are omitted; those phasing into retirement by 2016 or after are so listed.
Here are the faculties that are included in this draft:
U.S. departments (top 50 will be ranked): Arizona, Arizona State, Berkeley, Brown, Boston Univ., Chicago, Cincinnati, Carnegie-Mellon, Colorado, Columbia, Connecticut, Cornell, CUNY Grad Center, Duke, Emory, Florida State, Georgetown, Harvard, Illinois/Chicago, Illinois/Urbana, Indiana, Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, MIT, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, NYU, Ohio State, Penn, Pittsburgh, Princeton, Purdue, Rice, Rochester, Rutgers, Saint Louis, Southern California, Stanford, Syracuse, Texas, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Riverside, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, U Mass/Amherst, Utah, Virginia, Washington/Seattle, Wash U/St. Louis, Wisconsin, Yale
U.K. departments (top 15 will be ranked): Aberdeen, Birkbeck, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, King's College London, Leeds, LSE, Nottingham, Oxford, Reading, Sheffield, St. Andrews/Stirling, UCL, Warwick, York.
Canadian departments (top 5 will be ranked): Alberta, British Columbia, Calgary, McGill, Queen's, Toronto, Waterloo, Western Ontario
Australasian departments (top 5 will be ranked): ANU, Auckland, Melbourne, Monash, National University of Singapore, Otago, Sydney, Victoria/Wellington
Now the important stuff:
1. Comments are open for corrections. THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO SHOULD POST CORRECTIONS are the faculty members themselves (who are incorrectly listed, omitted etc.) or the Chair or other responsible administrative person in an affected department. I STRONGLY PREFER THAT CORRECTIONS BE POSTED HERE, SO AS NOT TO DUPLICATE EFFORTS. But if a matter is sensitive, e-mail me at bleiter-at-uchicago-dot-edu.
2. "Cognate faculty" means faculty in other units who are willing and available to work with philosophy PhD students. (For more, see here.)
Remember that departments not included in the surveys can still be ranked in the specialty areas; that determination will be made by the Advisory Board.
Thanks for your assistance.