1992 US News
3. Berkeley, Michigan
5. UNC, Chapel Hill
6. Harvard, Stanford, UCLA
11. Columbia, University of Washington
13. Arizona, UPenn
16. Cornell, Johns Hopkins, Princeton
19. Duke, Illinois, Minnesota, Stony-Brook
23. Ohio State
24. Penn State
Yale = #24
NYU = #36
A lot of movement among elite public programs(Washington dropped 9 spots in 23 years, Arizona dropped 7 spots and Indiana/UCLA dropped 3 spots) to make way for the mobility of the elite private programs (NYU jumped 20 spots, Princeton moved up 16 spots, Duke moved up 5 spots).
Other schools fell off harder...Illinois program imploded, Stony Brook fell off, Johns Hopkins dropped 9 spots)
A lot of stability....
Texas, Penn State, Ohio State, Minnesota are about where they've always been. As are the traditional VHRMs - Chicago, Wisconsin, Harvard, Michigan, UNC, Stanford. The Northwestern, Columbia, UPenn....Cornell group is about where they've always been also.
Princeton and NYU have jumped a lot in a relatively short time (for academia). Was that mostly star-faculty poaching related?
That's the most traditional method. Hopkins is trying it now with Bloomberg lines. They tried poaching Eric Klinenberg from NYU. They actualky poached Kathy Edin from Harvard recently. Same with Katherine Newman from Princeton, but she is now provost at UMass-Amherst. So, it only works if you can both get the poach and retain your poaches long enough.
Are Bloomberg lines only for senior poaches or for junior hires, too?