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TitleAIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008the professional association for design

IntroductionLetter from the executive directorResearch methodologyCharacteristics of survey respondents1232008 CompensationsectionContentsCompensation overviewAll full-time design educatorsFull professorsAssociate professorsAssistant professorsOther full-time faculty5711151923Definitions2008 Design Educators steering committeeResourcesAbout AIGA27282930

introductionLetter from the executive directorOur third annual AIGA DesignEducators Salary Survey is the mostcomplete compensation dataavailable for education professionalsin the communication designdisciplines in the United States.AIGA’s commitment to this survey is oneelement in a broad initiative to support thedesign education community: compiling dataon programs and curricula; providing grantsand scholarships for researchers andstudents; building a strong community ofdesign educators who can maintain a vitaldiscourse among themselves; offering aseries of regional design education conferences; publishing critical thinking in Voiceand through titles of the AIGA Design Press;and working with the education communityto develop the standards by which collegedesign programs will be judged.AIGA’s success in serving the designeducation community depends upon theactive participation of design educators,both as engaged partners in AIGA’s programs and as members. As with all AIGAactivities, the energy and direction comefrom members themselves; AIGA simplyprovides a means of coordinating activitiesand giving voice to them. So we hope you willjoin us in our quest to strengthen and assurethe relevance of this remarkable professionwell into the 21st century.Richard GreféExecutive directorAIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgLetter from the executive director

IntroductionResearch methodologyIn service to the profession, AIGA, theprofessional association for design, sponsored this, the third annual national survey ofdesign educator salaries.The survey instrument was designed by AIGADesign Educators community leaders FrankBaseman and Christopher Vice, AIGA andMemberSurvey.com (a professional surveyresearch division of Readex Research).Development of the survey website andbroadcast email contacts of sample memberswere handled by Readex Research.Because no definitive list of U.S. designeducators exists, a snowball-samplingapproach was employed. Initial invitationswere sent to all emailable individuals from thefollowing sources: National Association ofSchools of Art and Design (NASAD) programadministrators, AIGA members (current andlapsed), recent attendees of AIGA designeducators conferences and prior participantsin the AIGA salary and institutional programming surveys. Recipients were asked not onlyto complete the survey themselves, but alsoto forward the invitation along to otheracquaintances in the design educationcommunity.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgOn March 27, 2008, Readex Researchbroadcast initial email requests (in the nameof AIGA’s executive director) to all 3,098sample members, inviting them to participatein the survey by visiting the access–controlled website. The broadcast resulted in330 of the email addresses (or 11 percent ofthe total) bouncing back as undeliverable.On April 2, reminder emails were sent to the2,486 sample members who had not yetresponded. A final reminder email to 2,132non-respondents was broadcast April 8.The survey was closed for tabulation on April14, with a total of 1,211 usable responses, or 39percent of the 3,098 initially invited (includes517 “pass-along” respondents from thesample). While this represents a strongresponse rate for this type of survey, thepossible effects of non-response bias shouldbe considered.Most tables are based on the 1,040 respondents indicating that they are currentlyemployed or self-employed in some capacityas design educators. Percentages based on1,040 responses are subject to a margin oferror of 3 percent at the 95 percent confidence level. Percentages calculated onsmaller tabulation bases—for example, fulltime educators—are subject to more statistical variability.The response was tabulated and reported byReadex Research in accordance withaccepted research standards and practices.This report includes tables detailing responses to all survey questions, with results splitout by full-time versus part-time status. Alsoincluded are detailed compensation tables—tabulating annual base salary, additional cashcompensation, supplemental income andtotal income—by a number of variables for allfull-time educators, full professors, associateprofessors, assistant professors and otherfull-time faculty.Research methodology

IntroductionCharacteristics of survey respondentsRESPONDENTS % OF BASERESPONDENTS % OF BASEJ\Xkkc\Base: Design Educators1040100%Geographic regionNew EnglandMiddle AtlanticSouth AtlanticEast North CentralEast South CentralWest North CentralWest South CentralMountainPacificOtherNo answer75162D cnXlb\\177: Xicfkk\17945Gifm [\eZ\10055641643167%16%17%17%4%10%5%6%16%0%2%Base: Design Educators1040100%Age 2525-3435-4445-5455-6465 No answer41943183041902460%19%31%29%18%2%1%Base: Design Educators1040100%GenderMaleFemaleOtherNo answer53049511451%48%0%1%GfikcXe[D ee\Xgfc j&Jk% GXlcFdX XJXe iXeZ jZf;\em\i9fjkfe;\kif k:c\m\cXe[G cX[\cg X E\n PfibG kkjYli NXj e kfe# ;%:%9Xck dfi\: ZX f@e[ XeXgfc j: eZ eeXk BXejXj : kpI Z dfe[Jk% Cfl jCfj 8e \c\jEXj m cc\IXc\ JXe ; \ f8kcXekXG f\e o;XccXj?fljkfeJ\Xkkc\8ljk eFicXe[fGfikcXe[Note: Geographic regions are based U.S. Census divisions.D Xd D ee\Xgfc j&Jk% GXlcFdX XJXe iXeZ jZf;\em\i9fjkfe: ZX f@e[ XeXgfc j;\kif k:c\m\cXe[G cX[\cg X E\n PfibG kkjYli NXj e kfe# ;%:%9Xck dfi\: eZ eeXk BXejXj : kpI Z dfe[Jk% Cfl jCfj 8e \c\jEXj m cc\D cnXlb\\: Xicfkk\Gifm [\eZ\IXc\ JXe ; \ f8kcXekXG f\e o;XccXj8ljk e?fljkfeFicXe[fD Xd AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgCharacteristics of survey respondents

section2008 Compensation

compensationCompensation overviewSALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%All full-time design educators 48,500 57,000 69,000 0 0 4,000 0 2,000 10,000 54,200 66,000 83,000777Full 0082,400103,900176Associate 0,00070,00085,000207Assistant 00058,00068,000231Other full-time 56,00071,300110AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgCompensation overview

position titleAll full-time design educatorsSALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Metro AreaBaltimoreBostonChicagoDenverLos AngelesMiami/OrlandoMinneapolisNew YorkPhiladelphiaSan ichiganMinnesotaMissouriNew YorkNorth onsinAll others 53,800 62,00060,000 61,00058,100 64,70045,900 53,50058,000 66,00040,500 50,00052,500 59,00058,900 67,00051,000 60,000N/AN/A53,000 60,00052,800 ,00060,00056,80052,00050,00060,00053,00053,000 ,000N/A69,20067,300 000000000N/A00 01,2000001,8002,0005000N/A0400 8005,800 00000000000000000000 5,000 5,00011,00004,0003,500 22,5005,000 30010,0006,50018,0007,80010,0008,500 ,000N/A58,50060,500 ,700N/A75,10068,000 8,00069204018302518282430195418464622271817193N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgCompensation overview

position titleAll full-time design educatorsSALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Overview 48,500 57,000 69,000 0 0 4,000 0 2,000 10,000 54,200 66,000 ,90053,60067,90065,00085,70079,100398368Age 3535-4445-5455 77,00088,00097,000126233246169Minority sus divisionNew England50,000 000Middle Atlantic52,000 0East North Central49,900 st North Central45,000 h Atlantic48,000 ast South Central46,000 st South Central44,000 ountain46,800 fic53,800 531101428713242505393N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgAll full-time design educators

SALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Years in practice 55-910-1920 Have not ,10076,20092,000125,0004910226632727Years teaching 55-910-1920 ,70087,00098,000132218253169Years in practice before becoming an educator47,000 60,000none 548,400 55,6005-948,700 56,00010 49,000 87,00082,90080,00085,500103210209250Years employed by institution 55-910-1920 ,20090,000101,30025024418990Years in position 33-45-910 ,50085,00097,000236187210135Contract statusTenuredTenure-trackContract, 1 yearContract, 1 yearNon-tenured, no 00070,00090,00070,00077,30031216810513548Union contractYes50,200 o48,000 18552Appointment duration12-month full-time10-month 69,00065,00087,80080,000N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgAll full-time design educators

SALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Nature of institutionAssociate’s collegeSchool of art & designBaccalaureate collegeMaster’s college/universityDoctoral/research Institution typePrivate associate’s collegePublic associate’s collegePrivate school of art & designPublic school of art & designPrivate baccalaureate collegePublic baccalaureate collegePrivate master’s college/univ.Public master’s college/univ.Private doctoral/research univ.Public doctoral/research 0099,00090,00016811211210394499936142Institution stitution enrollment 1,0001,000-4,9995,000-9,99910,000 or 73,00079,50083,00088,00091229112338Major focus ( 50% of time)TeachingProfessional ,60072,500N/A125,00085,000311956394Administrative responsibilitiesDean*Department chairProgram coordinatorNone of the above85,000 100,00055,000 65,50050,000 58,00046,500 ,000161,80098,00082,00077,00025143207399N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.*Including assistant and associate deans.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgAll full-time design educators

SALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Primary research agendaApplied design practiceForm-making, no clientScholarly researchOtherNot pursuing 90080,10085,80098,80075,0002801861764088Peer review venuesExhibitionsPresentationsCompetitionsCreative work/magazinesCreative work/webCritical writing/magazinesCritical writing/journalsCritical writing/booksResearch findings/journalsResearch findings/magazinesResearch Number of courses currently teaching60,500 80,0001252,600 60,000348,000 55,000446,000 52,5005 44,000 50,000Not currently teaching58,000 071,500118,300651562831119849Courses currently teachingDesign-related studioDesign-related non-studioArt-relatedNot currently ,3006691669449Total classroom contact hours per week50,100 61,000 55-950,000 60,00010-1450,800 59,00015-1947,00053,10020 45,000 52,000Not currently teaching58,000 /A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgAll full-time design educators10

position titleFull professorsSALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Overview 60,000 70,800 87,600 0 0 5,900 0 2,000 8,000 68,200 82,400 72,00065,00085,00078,500106,50099,30010074Age 3535-4445-5455 08,1009186187Minority 1Census divisionNew EnglandN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AMiddle Atlantic65,000 81,000101,50009006,90003,3005,00072,00092,600 120,000East North Central60,000 300West North Central60,000 h Atlantic51,400 ,500East South Central56,500 00West South n53,500 c68,000 8203722261091127N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.orgFull professors11

SALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Years in practice 1010-1920 Have not 800104,500N/A18261218Years teaching 55-910-1920 00107,8009155497Years in practice before becoming an educator59,500 74,700none 558,500 77,9005-962,500 70,00010 60,000 2,000120,000102,50088,800105,00034493655Years employed by institution 55-910-1920 ,800111,900100,000107,50018296267Years in position 33-45-910 00095,300101,000107,80035244669Contract statusTenuredTenure-trackContract, 1 yearContract, 1 yearNon-tenured, no 118122239Union contractYes61,000 70,00087,600007,00001,8004,90066,00077,000 102,500No60,000 72,00088,00002005,50002,50010,00070,00085,000 104,00048127Appointment duration12-month full-time10-month full-time122,00092,6007997Full 88,00077,500N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.org

SALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Nature of institutionAssociate’s collegeSchool of art & designBaccalaureate collegeMaster’s college/universityDoctoral/research tution typePrivate associate’s collegePublic associate’s collegePrivate school of art & designPublic school of art & designPrivate baccalaureate collegePublic baccalaureate collegePrivate master’s college/univ.Public master’s college/univ.Private doctoral/research univ.Public doctoral/research univ.N/AN/A52,300 64,00053,500 62,100N/AN/A48,000 60,50058,000 68,000N/AN/A61,700 71,000N/AN/A80,000 735Institution focusTeachingResearchOther80,000 87,00055,000 00075,800N/A134,50093,600N/A401297Institution enrollment 1,0001,000-4,9995,000-9,99910,000 or more48,500 54,00056,300 68,30054,600 67,00069,300 088,00085,000102,50093,600112,40024402884Major focus ( 50% of time)TeachingProfessional practiceAdministrationMixed53,000 64,000N/AN/A88,500 108,50061,800 0N/A143,500105,7005912490Administrative responsibilitiesDean*Department chairProgram coordinatorNone of the above91,000 101,00061,300 76,40058,500 70,00054,300 0075,500180,000113,50086,20093,20014604956Full professors13N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.*Including assistant and associate deans.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.org

SALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Primary research agendaApplied design practiceForm-making, no clientScholarly researchOtherNot pursuing 08,800N/A86,500535745912Peer review venuesExhibitionsPresentationsCompetitionsCreative work/magazinesCreative work/webCritical writing/magazinesCritical writing/journalsCritical writing/booksResearch findings/journalsResearch findings/magazinesResearch 6727Number of courses currently teaching74,800 95,5001265,000 78,000359,000 68,000449,500 55,0005 58,500 63,100Not currently teaching84,000 ,00088,00089,90080,800163,100283549212116Courses currently teachingDesign-related studioDesign-related non-studioArt-relatedNot currently 400163,100138402216Total classroom contact hours per week77,500 100,000 55-960,000 80,00010-1461,500 71,00015-1955,000 66,30020 54,500 63,100Not currently teaching84,000 091,00086,80091,500163,100133640442116Full professors1458,70052,50054,30084,000N/A (not available) indicates that the results are not included because there were fewer than 5 valid cases or 10 valid values.AIGA Design Educators Salary Survey 2008www.aiga.org

position titleAssociate professorsSALARY/WAGES SALARY/WAGE COMPARISON ADDITIONAL CASH SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME TOTAL COMPENSATION RESPONDENTS25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%25TH% MEDIAN75TH%Overview 54,000 60,900 70,000 0 500 5,000 0 1,500 10,000 60,000 70,000 ,00059,00075,00068,00086,00083,00010399Age 3535-4445-5455 0078,00080,90087,00090,20012688542Minority chelor

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