Here’s the summer scorecard for faculty hiring at CSU. On June 13, 2013, the university website (admittedly a somewhat dubious source listed 31 positions, 29 for assistant, associate, or open professor ranks, 1 full-time lecturer and a “reading educator” position in Elementary Education. The positions broke down as follows: Arts and Sciences: 12 positions (2 in English, 1 in Psychology, 1 in Social Work, 3 in Math/Computer Science, 2 in Geography, 1 in Sociology, 1 (lecturer) in Spanish, and 1 in Biology); Health Sciences: 4 positions (2 in Health Studies, 1 in Nursing, 1 in Occupational Therapy); Education: 9 positions: (4 positions in LIMS, 1 in Early Childhood, 1 “educator” in Reading, 2 in Special Education, 1 in Recreation); Pharmacy: 4 positions; Counseling: 1 position.
Based on the announcement of the upcoming new faculty orientation, it appears that 12 new faculty were hired out of a potential 31: 4 in Pharmacy, 2 in Special Ed, 1 each in Nursing, Psychology, CMAT, Social Work, Biology and Spanish. There are also an additional 3 faculty for positions that were not listed on the website on June 13: 1 in Biology and 2 in Chemistry/Physics. Departments apparently shut out in the hiring process include: English, Math, Geography, Sociology, Occupational Therapy, Reading, Recreation, and LIMS, Health Studies, and Counseling.
I must emphasize the tenuous nature of these figures, given the unreliability of the sources. If anyone has any additional information, I would be happy to revise my calculations.