Faculty experience stress on many levels – meeting work expectations, time for their research and scholarship, the cost of living, salary, morale, subtle discrimination, etc. Nearly one-third of female faculty experience a great deal of stress in terms of personal life and work interfering with one another, and a significant percentage (41%) report a great deal of stress about meeting work expectations. Salary, household responsibilities, health, and subtle discrimination are all areas for which female faculty indicate greater stress. Subtle discrimination and the racial/ethnic/cultural climate cause stress for the majority of faculty in underrepresented groups. Assistant professors, feel stress about meeting work expectations and having a successful career. Full professors report less stress from almost all factors than do faculty of the other ranks.