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Academy Data Forum

The Data Forum provides a neutral space for Academy Fellows, guest writers, and staff to discuss the data that informs all of the Academy’s program areas: the Humanities, Arts, and Education; Science, Engineering and Technology; Global Security and International Affairs; and American Institutions and the Public Good. Each entry includes commentary from invited experts as well as a moderated public discussion.

The Humanities, Arts, and Education

A Path Forward as Academic Job Market in Humanities Falters

For the seventh consecutive year, the number of jobs advertised with disciplinary associations in the humanities lingered substantially below pre-recession levels (Figure 1).1 In the disciplines of More...

Communication and Humanities Degrees

In a new release today, the Humanities Indicators reports on substantial declines in the number of bachelors degrees conferred in the field (marked by a 9.5% drop in the total number of humanities d More...

Science, Engineering, and Technology

The Public Face of Science: an Examination of Current Data on Public Attitudes Toward Science

The Academy is currently conducting a study on public attitudes toward science and how the public encounters science in their daily lives. A forthcoming publication will draw on existing research an More...

The Public Face of Science: an Examination of Current Data on Public Attitudes Toward Science

The Academy is currently conducting a study on public attitudes toward science and how the public encounters science in their daily lives. A forthcoming publication will draw on existing research an More...

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