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11.09.2010 - Award Funding Trends and F&A Distribution (Admin Leadership Meeting) 11.09.2010 - Award Funding Trends and F&A Distribution (Admin Leadership Meeting) Presentation Transcript

  • Research at NC State
    Terri L. Lomax
    Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation
    Administrative Leadership Meeting
    09 November 2010
  • Sponsored Programs Extramural Support ($)
    Source: RADAR, NC State University
  • Sponsored Programs Extramural Support
    Top Sources YTD September 30
    Top Industry Sources
    Top Federal Sources
    75% of YTD
    7% of YTD
    Source: RADAR, NC State University
  • % Change in Proposed and Awarded Dollars
    Source: RADAR, NC State University
  • ARRA Funding Trends
    30%
    Awarded funding increase from FY2009 to FY2010
    Source: Sponsored Programs Extramural Support,
    RADAR, NC State University
  • NSF Expenditures of Selected Peers ($1000)
    Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009
  • Rankings Amongst Selected Peers
    Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009
  • Rankings Amongst Selected Peers
    Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009
  • Characteristics of NSF Top 50 Research Institutions
    25 U of Texas MD-Anderson
    NC State ranks 47th in total research expenditures among all institutions
    28 GA Tech*
    Vet School
    32 UT-Austin
    1 Johns Hopkins
    46 Scripps RI
    2 U of Mich*
    7 Duke
    12 U Penn
    8 U WA
    14 Stanford
    18 U of CO*
    21 Wash U-StL
    3 UWisc-M
    19 UNC-CH
    20 Texas A&M
    10 U Minn*
    24 Columbia
    22 Pitt*
    13 Ohio State*
    27 U of Ill U-C
    29 USC
    15 UCD
    30 Northwestern
    34 Purdue*
    16 Cornell*
    Med School
    31 Yale
    47 NCSU
    23 UF
    33 Harvard
    43 LA State*
    35 Emory
    4 UCSF
    50 Mich State
    9 Penn State*
    36 Baylor
    5 UCLA
    37 IN U*
    11 MIT
    6 UCSD
    38 UA-Birm
    17 UCB
    39 Vanderbilt
    26 U AZ
    41 U of MD-CP
    49 U of KY*
    40 Case Western
    Legend
    44 VA Tech
    42 UT MC-Dallas
    Land Grant
    Private
    Public
    Peer group
    All campuses*
    45 U Rochester
    48 U Chicago
    2009
  • Research Per FTE (2008): NC State & Peers
    Sources: 1. IPEDS Data Center, Fall 2008; 2. NSF 2008 Expenditures; 3. The Top American Research Universities 2009 Annual Report, Center for Measuring University Performance
  • The Path Forward
    GOAL: Increase Research Awards 50% by 2015
    401,173,165
    %50 or $133,724,388
    increase over next five years
  • How We’ll Get There
  • Specific Activities and Programs
  • Integrated Support Service Center
  • Trend: Increase in Larger Proposals
    • 74% decrease in NCSU proposals between $1-2M from 2009 to 2010
    • 165% increase in NCSU proposals >$2M in 2009-10
    7
    12
    148
    50
    4
    23
  • Proposal Development Unit (PDU) Success Rate
  • Tech Transfer and Innovation Activity
    www.springboard.ncsu.edu or www.innovation.ncsu.edu
  • Strategic Use of Facilities and Administration (F&A)
    • F&A is a federally negotiated rate to cover the cost to the University of research that cannot be directly attributed to a specific research grant
    • Current rates (on-campus/off-campus):
    research = 49%/27%
    instructional = 47%/26%
    public service = 35%/20%
    • F&A is reimbursed after the direct costs are expended.
  • 2008-2009 Funding Summary
    Total research expenditures were $380 M
    Sponsored program activity was $206M
    Federally sponsored research was $135 M
    Total F&A collected was$30M
    Useful factors to estimate F&A:
    • F&A is ~8% of total research expenditures
    • F&A is ~15% of sponsored programs
    • F&A is ~22% of federally sponsored research
  • F&A Distribution
    (2010-2011)
    F&A Distribution
  • 2009-10 College F&A Allocations
  • F&A Distribution by Colleges
    • Colleges vary greatly in how they distribute F&A based on the types of research they conduct.
    • Colleges with higher needs for expensive equipment, start-ups, and retentions tend to retain more at the college level.
    • Most of the College F&A comes back to benefit the faculty PIs.
  • Next Steps
    • Facilitate the recommendations of the Research and Strategic Planning Taskforce.
    • Address limited time and support for faculty to engage in research and innovation activities
    • Identifying bureaucratic roadblocks, finding solutions
    • Address start-up/retention, instrumentation, and equipment needs -- no targeted funds available
    • Prioritized list, shared facilities
    • Proactively enhance partnerships both inside and outside of NC State
  • Questions?
    Terri L. Lomax
    Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation
    Administrative Leadership Meeting
    09 November 2010