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  • 1. Prof Max King PVC [Research and Research Training] Research Excellence on Trial April, 2009
  • 2. Excellence in Research for Australia [ERA] • Australian Government Initiative • Hon. Senator Kim Carr, Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research • Developed by Australian Research Council in consultation with the National Health and Medical Research Council • Supersedes RQF
  • 3. Aim of ERA • In replacing RQF, ERA is designed to – Reduce the burden on researchers in providing data by streamlining the requirements – Move from ‘story telling’ to ‘objective measures’
  • 4. Objectives of ERA • Establish an evaluation framework • Provide a national stock-take of research strengths and opportunities for development • Identify excellence in research performance • Identify emerging research areas • Allow for national and international comparisons Objectives Full ESG Text
  • 5. Australia and New Zealand Standard Research Classification [ANZSRC] • More inclusive than RFCD; Revised 2008 • 3 Fields of Research [FoR] ‘Tiers’ – 02 Physical Sciences [2-digit] > 0203 Classical Physics [4-digit] – 020303 Fluid Physics [6-digit] Actual Level of Evaluation
  • 6. 2-digit Field of Research [FoR] Disciplines Mathematical Sciences 01 Physical Sciences 02 Chemical Sciences 03 Earth Sciences 04 Environmental Sciences 05 Biological Sciences 06 Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences 07 Information and Computing Sciences 08 Engineering 09 Technology 10 Medical and Health Sciences 11 Built Environment and Design 12 Education 13 Economics 14 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services 15 Studies in Human Society 16 Psychology and Cognitive Sciences 17 Law and Legal Studies 18 Studies in Creative Arts and Writing 19 Language, Communication and Culture 20 History and Archaeology 21 Philosophy and Religious Studies 22 PCE Cluster RED HCA Cluster BLUE
  • 7. 22 Disciplines in Eight Clusters Physical, Chemical, and Earth Sciences [2009 Trial] PCE Humanities and Creative Arts [2009 Trial] HCA Engineering and Environmental Sciences EE Social, Behavioural, and Economic Sciences SBE Mathematical, Information, and Computing Sciences MIC Biological and Biotechnological Sciences BB Biomedical and Clinical Health Sciences BCH Public and Allied Health Sciences PAH
  • 8. Trial Then Real ERA • 2009 Trial ERA – Submit PCE Cluster by 3 July, 2009 – Submit HCA Cluster by 21 August, 2009 – ARC to evaluate and publish results by Nov/Dec 2009 • Potential revisions to guidelines and other key documents [Journal Lists/Rankings] • Early 2010 [possibly March] all eight Clusters to be submitted for ‘Real ERA’ with
  • 9. The 2010 Real • Published Monash research profile/reputation • Potential to influence research funding • Ranking of Monash [in some form] • Impact on HDR places • Student and staff choices • Indicator of strengths • Shapes focus of future research efforts • Identifies areas for potential improvement
  • 10. ARC Evaluation Approach • “Each REC may include internationally- recognised members with expertise in research evaluation and broad discipline expertise. • For the PCE cluster, quantitative information will provide the primary source for the provision of indicators in the evaluation process. • The ERA evaluation process will use those quantitative indicators … to inform expert review undertaken by RECs. • ERA indicators will be presented to RECs as both profile and trend data as allowable by the type of indicator, and will be informed by discipline benchmarks where applicable.” [ESG]
  • 11. Inputs to ARC Evaluation • RECs informed by combinations of indicators from three categories – Research Quality: > ranked outlets, citation analysis, research income, peer review – Volume and Activity: > research outputs, research income – Application: > research commercialisation and other applied measures • Choices will be made depending on the nature of the research output within each cluster [e.g. Peer Review for Works of Art not Citation Analysis]
  • 12. The Evaluation Guidelines Evaluation Guidelines to be published ‘shortly’ ?
  • 13. Use of 2009 Evaluation Information • ARC reports by Disciplines [4-digit FoR Codes] – Not by individual researcher – Not by Academic Organisational Unit [AOU] • National Ranking/Rating – Publicly released • Institutional Ranking/Rating [more resolution] – Released to Institution only • DIISR owned HERDC processes currently continue to inform research block grant allocation [cf. recent press release] Trimmed Copy of Speech
  • 14. Internal Monash Analysis and Reporting • “Institutions may devise their own reporting codes that link components of their cluster submission to particular Institutional Units within the institution, such as academic organisation units, research centres, centres of excellence or departments. • Institutions may submit up to two Institutional Units with each research output or other research item.” [ESG] • Coding in this way will provide powerful analytical tools and reporting mediums to inform Academic Organisational Units and other Admin groups
  • 15. Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Research • “As ERA is a discipline-based research evaluation exercise, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research will be disaggregated based on its discipline components. • The ARC will have the capacity to identify profiles of interdisciplinary research based on the FoR codes submitted with research outputs having more than one FoR code. • However, this will not form part of the evaluation process. • … institutions will be able to internally recompile interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research by submitting up to two Institutional Unit code(s) and/or up to two research themes for each research item.” [ESG]
  • 16. Definition of Research under ERA • ‘Creative work undertaken on a systematic basis in order to increase the stock of knowledge, including knowledge of humanity, culture, and society, and the use of this stock of knowledge to devise applications’ – HERDC Specifications
  • 17. Unit of Evaluation and Reporting
  • 18. Eligible Researchers for 2009 ERA Trial • Affiliated with Monash at 31 March, 2008 • Full Time, Part Time, Casual, Visiting, Exchange, Seconded, Conjoint, Clinical, Adjunct, or Honorary • Designated Function as either ‘Research Only’, ‘Research and Teaching’, or ‘Other’ • Affiliation must be evidenced by Employment Contract, or the existence of a Monash-specific Byline in the research output
  • 19. Discipline Evaluation and Reporting
  • 20. Eligibility of Research Outputs [PCE/HCA Trial Clusters] 2009 Trial • Meet definition of Research • Introduced to public domain during reference period: 1 Jan, 2002 to 31 Dec, 2007 • Have one or more eligible researchers • Be of appropriate type – Books, Book Chapters, Journal Articles, Conference Publications
  • 21. Research Outputs: Books • Likely Eligibility – Critical scholarly texts – New interpretations of historical events – New ideas or perspectives based on established research findings • Unlikely Eligibility – Textbooks – Anthologies – Edited Books – Revisions or New Editions
  • 22. Research Outputs: Book Chapters • Likely Eligibility – Scholarly Introduction of Chapter Length – Critical Scholarly Chapter – Critical Review of Current Research • Unlikely Eligibility – Chapters in Textbooks, Entries in Reference Books – Anthologies – Revisions of Chapters – Forewords, Brief Introductions, Brief Editorials – Appendices
  • 23. Research Outputs: Journal Articles • If in the ARC defined Cluster Journal Lists – Has ISSN – Is considered peer-reviewed by ARC-ERA • Rare cases with ISBN [not ISSN] – Is identified as a Journal [not a book] – ISSN cited in extract from ISI or Scopus – Evidence that the Journal is ‘Refereed’ as per Ulrich
  • 24. … ARC Cluster Journal Lists • Iterative consultation has resulted in an ARC-approved list of journals suitable for inclusion in ERA • Uniquely identified by ISSN [International Standard Serial Number] • Individually Ranked as A* [Top 5%], A [Next 15%], B [Next 30%], and C [Remaining 50%] – These rankings are used in determining research quality in the ERA evaluation process – Articles not in Journals in these lists are not submitted with ERA
  • 25. Research Outputs: Conference Publications • Peer-reviewed • Published in full • Presented at conferences, workshops, or seminars of national or international significance • Unlikely eligibility for papers included in volumes only handed out to conference participants
  • 26. Research Outputs: HCA-Specific • Original Creative Works • Live Performance of Creative Works • Recorded/Rendered Creative Works • Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibitions and Events
  • 27. Discipline Evaluation and Reporting
  • 28. Research Income [Trial 2009] • Reference period 1 Jan, 2005 to 31 Dec, 2007 [for 2009 Trial] • Australian Competitive Grants [HERDC] • Other Public Sector Research Income [HERDC] • Industry and Other Research Income [HERDC] disaggregated: – Australian – International A – International B • CRC Research Income [HERDC]
  • 29. Discipline Evaluation and Reporting
  • 30. Applied Measures [Trial 2009] • Reference Period 1 Jan, 2005 to 31 Dec, 2007 [for 2009 Trial] • Patents • Registered Designs • Research Commercialisation Income
  • 31. Applied Measures: Patents • Became enforceable within Reference Period – Australian Standard [not Innovation] – United States Patent and Trademark Office [USPTO] – European Patent Office [EPO] – Japan Patent Office [JPO] – Other International – Triadic [corresponding patents at USTPO, EPO, and JPO]
  • 32. Applied Measures: Registered Designs • Certified within Reference Period • “… a right granted for new and distinctive designs.” • In this context design refers to features which, when applied to a product, render it unique in appearance and may include shape, pattern, or ornamentation • Meets the definition of Research
  • 33. Applied Measures: Commercialisation Income • Received within Reference Period • Licenses, Options, Assignments [LOAs] • Earned by Monash, its subsidiaries and spin-off companies • Appears on audited financial statements • The ARC has explicitly excluded consultancy work that has no LOA research income
  • 34. PCE Journal Article Volume Hurdle  If the number of indexed journal articles for a 4-digit FoR is less than 50, and  If there are 50 or more articles at the 2-digit level  Then those articles are included in 2-digit FoR analyses  If the number of indexed journal articles submitted for a 2-digit FoR is less than 50  that 2-digit FoR will not be evaluated or reported at Institutional level  All submitted eligible articles will be included in national evaluation and reporting
  • 35. PCE Journal Articles and Scopus EIDs • PCE journal articles submitted to ARC must – Be included in the ARC Ranked Journal List – Have an Electronic ID [from Scopus] attached • The closing date for the RQT to obtain EIDs is 29 May • The deadline for inclusion of PCE articles in RM is 15 May, 2009
  • 36. HCA Peer Review [2009 Trial] • PCE and HCA outputs include Books, Chapters, Journals, and Proceedings; lead to measures of volume and activity via Citation Analyses, Rankings etc • For specialised works in the Creative Arts and related fields [HCA], such measures are inappropriate • Peer Review will be undertaken with each piece nominated by Monash, to allow review of 20% of the total outputs submitted [20% of each 4- digit FoR within a cluster] • Outputs in the Creative Arts category, and in the 20% for-Peer Review group, are to be accompanied by a statement [250 words] identifying the ‘research component of the output’ [stored in an institutional repository] • National and international experts shall evaluate these outputs and recommend measures to ERA
  • 37. HCA Repository [2009 Trial] • Outputs nominated as part of the 20% for Peer Review must be made available to ARC in an institutional repository – Provisions are made for commercially sensitive and outputs that cannot be digitised • MU Library Information Resources Division [Andrew Harrison] is managing this repository
  • 38. 2-Digit Discipline Background Statements • ARC-ERA invites submission of a Background Statement for each 2-digit FoR within a Cluster • To inform the RECs about context, background, and events within the reference period • Most of the 2-digit FoRs span multiple AOUs • Cluster Sub-Committees of the ERA Strategy Committee have panels [representatives from 4-digit fields within AOUs] that are collaborating with the Research Quality Team to create these Statements • 10,000 character limit [approx. 3–4 A4 pages]
  • 39. Reference Period & Submission Timing Estimated by adding 12 Months Trial ERA 2009 Real ERA 2010 Mon, 31-Mar-08 Tue, 31-Mar-09 Start Tue, 01-Jan-02 Wed, 01-Jan-03 End Mon, 31-Dec-07 Tue, 30-Dec-08 Start Sat, 01-Jan-05 Sun, 01-Jan-06 End Mon, 31-Dec-07 Tue, 30-Dec-08 Start Sat, 01-Jan-05 Sun, 01-Jan-06 End Mon, 31-Dec-07 Tue, 30-Dec-08 PCE Cluster Fri, 03-Jul-09 HCA Cluster Fri, 21-Aug-09 All Clusters Mar-2010 Submission Deadlines Applied Measures Reference Period Eligible Researchers Census Date Research Outputs Reference Period Research Income Reference Period
  • 40. Imperatives • Data collection is a University-wide effort • For the 2009 submission – All Eligible Researchers – All PCE and HCA outputs, income, and applied measures • For the 2010 submission all data for all clusters • Vice Chancellor Certification regarding completeness and accuracy
  • 41. Evaluation Reporting • ERA 2009 [PCE and HCA] – Only national level discipline outcomes published nationally – University level discipline outcomes provided individually to Universities • ERA 2010 [All Clusters] – National and University level outcomes published nationally – University level discipline outcomes provided to Universities
  • 42. What Now? • Researchers should visit the ERAMIS application to validate FoRs, to choose National Priority and Monash Themes, and to check their publication listing • The RQT is collaborating with Research Admin personnel to gather and code FoRs to research outputs and other measures
  • 43. The Big Picture Research activities Resources and facilities People with knowledge and abilities Individual, social, and institutional priorities Problems Prior research Funding A multitude of research outputs of varying types Evaluation using metrics based on •Rankings •Counts •Formulae and [where appropriate] •Undefined peer review ERA Recent Announcement Confirms Monash Rating by 4-digit FoR
  • 44. Information • This presentation shall be made available at http://intranet.monash.edu.au/research/quality/framework.html • The full ERA Submission Guidelines and other documents are available at – www.arc.gov.au – http://intranet.monash.edu.au/research/quality/framework.html • ADRs and Research Coordinators within AOUs • RQT
  • 45. The RQT • Portfolio of PVC [R&RT] – Established the Research Quality Team – Constituted the ERA Strategy Committee [ERASC] > Formed Cluster Sub-Committees – Liaises with Associate Deans of Research and ERA Admin Coordinators – Supported by > Integrated Administrative Services > Research Information Systems
  • 46. Thank You • ERAMIS Overview
  • 47. Sen Carr’s Announcement [Trimmed] • “Perhaps the most important thing we expect from our universities is an unwavering commitment to excellence. Australia simply isn’t big enough or rich enough to be good at everything. • We will further that objective by progressively addressing the gap in funding for the indirect costs of university research, subject to the capacity of future budgets. • But in return, universities have to become more accountable. They must give us a better idea of what research really costs. • They must meet specific performance targets, which will be developed in consultation with the sector. • And they must submit to the discipline of international comparison and competition. • That’s why Excellence in Research for Australia is so important. • It will guarantee research standards and performance by measuring our achievements against the best in the world. • It will ultimately be used to plan future investments in research and research training." Return to Presentation
  • 48. Objectives Full ESG Text 1. Establish an evaluation framework that gives government, industry, business and the wider community assurance of the excellence of research conducted in Australia’s institutions; 2. Provide a national stocktake of discipline-level areas of research strength and areas where there is opportunity for development in Australia’s higher education institutions; 3. Identify excellence across the full spectrum of research performance; 4. Identify emerging research areas and opportunities for further development; and 5. Allow for comparisons of Australia’s research nationally and internationally for all discipline areas. Return to Presentation
  • 49. Physical, Chemistry, and Earth Sciences Cluster [PCE] PHYSICAL SCIENCES 02 ASTRONOMICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES 0201 ATOMIC, MOLECULAR, NUCLEAR, PARTICLE AND PLASMA PHYSICS 0202 CLASSICAL PHYSICS 0203 CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS 0204 OPTICAL PHYSICS 0205 QUANTUM PHYSICS 0206 OTHER PHYSICAL SCIENCES 0299 CHEMICAL SCIENCES 03 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 0301 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 0302 MACROMOLECULAR AND MATERIALS CHEMISTRY 0303 MEDICINAL AND BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY 0304 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 0305 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY (INCL. STRUCTURAL) 0306 THEORETICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY 0307 OTHER CHEMICAL SCIENCES 0399 EARTH SCIENCES 04 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES 0401 GEOCHEMISTRY 0402 GEOLOGY 0403 GEOPHYSICS 0404 OCEANOGRAPHY 0405 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCE 0406 OTHER EARTH SCIENCES 0499 Return to Presentation
  • 50. Humanities and Creative Arts Cluster [HCA ] Return to Presentation BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN 12 ARCHITECTURE 1201 DESIGN PRACTICE AND MANAGEMENT 1203 URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING 1205 OTHER BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN 1299 LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES 18 LAW 1801 MAORI LAW 1802 OTHER LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES 1899 STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING 19 ART THEORY AND CRITICISM 1901 FILM, TELEVISION AND DIGITAL MEDIA 1902 JOURNALISM AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING 1903 PERFORMING ARTS AND CREATIVE WRITING 1904 VISUAL ARTS AND CRAFTS 1905 OTHER STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING 1999 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE 20 COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES 2001 CULTURAL STUDIES 2002 LANGUAGE STUDIES 2003 LINGUISTICS 2004 LITERARY STUDIES 2005 OTHER LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE 2099 HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 21 ARCHAEOLOGY 2101 CURATORIAL AND RELATED STUDIES 2102 HISTORICAL STUDIES 2103 OTHER HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 2199 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES 22 APPLIED ETHICS 2201 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SPECIFIC FIELDS 2202 PHILOSOPHY 2203 RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES 2204 OTHER PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES 2299
  • 51. Engineering and Environmental Sciences Cluster [EE] ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 05 ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS 0501 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT 0502 SOIL SCIENCES 0503 OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 0599 ENGINEERING 09 AEROSPACE ENGINEERING 0901 AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING 0902 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 0903 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 0904 CIVIL ENGINEERING 0905 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING 0906 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 0907 FOOD SCIENCES 0908 GEOMATIC ENGINEERING 0909 MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING 0910 MARITIME ENGINEERING 0911 MATERIALS ENGINEERING 0912 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 0913 RESOURCES ENGINEERING AND EXTRACTIVE METALLURGY 0914 INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING 0915 OTHER ENGINEERING 0999 BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN 12 BUILDING 1202 ENGINEERING DESIGN 1204 Return to Presentation
  • 52. Social, Behavioural, and Economic Sciences Cluster [SBE] EDUCATION 13 TRANSPORTATION AND FREIGHT SERVICES 1507 EDUCATION SYSTEMS 1301 OTHER COMMERCIE, MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND SERVICES 1599 CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY 1302 STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY 16 SPECIALIST STUDIES IN EDUCATION 1303 ANTHROPOLOGY 1601 OTHER EDUCATION 1399 CRIMINOLOGY 1602 ECONOMICS 14 DEMOGRAPHY 1603 ECONOMIC THEORY 1401 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 1604 APPLIED ECONOMICS 1402 POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION 1605 ECONOMETRICS 1403 POLITICAL SCIENCE 1606 OTHER ECONOMICS 1499 SOCIAL WORK 1607 COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT, TOURISM AND SERVICES 15 SOCIOLOGY 1608 ACCOUNTING, AUDITING AND ACCOUNTABILITY 1501 OTHER STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY 1699 BANKING FINANCE AND INVESTMENT 1502 PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES 17 BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT 1503 PSYCHOLOGY 1701 COMMERCIAL SERVICES 1504 COGNITIVE SCIENCE 1702 MARKETING 1505 OTHER PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES 1799 TOURISM 1506 Return
  • 53. Mathematical, Information, and Computing Sciences Cluster [MIC] MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 01 PURE MATHEMATICS 0101 APPLIED MATHEMATICS 0102 NUMERICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS 0103 STATISTICS 0104 MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 0105 OTHER MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 0199 INFORMATION AND COMPUTING SCIENCES 08 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING 0801 COMPUTATION THEORY AND MATHEMATICS 0802 COMPUTER SOFTWARE 0803 DATA FORMAT 0804 DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING 0805 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 0806 LIBRARY AND INFORMATION STUDIES 0807 OTHER INFORMATION AND COMPUTING SCIENCES 0899 TECHNOLOGY 10 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES 1005 COMPUTER HARDWARE 1006 NANOTECHNOLOGY 1007 OTHER TECHNOLOGY 1099 Return to Presentation
  • 54. Biological and Biotechnological Sciences Cluster [BB] BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 06 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY 0601 ECOLOGY 0602 EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 0603 GENETICS 0604 MICROBIOLOGY 0605 PHYSIOLOGY 0606 PLANT BIOLOGY 0607 ZOOLOGY 0608 OTHER BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 0699 AGRICULTURAL AND VETERINARY SCIENCES 07 AGRICULTURE, LAND AND FARM MANAGEMENT 0701 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 06 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY 0601 Return to Presentation ANIMAL PRODUCTION 0702 CROP AND PASTURE PRODUCTION 0703 FISHERIES SCIENCES 0704 FORESTRY SCIENCES 0705 HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTION 0706 VETERINARY SCIENCES 0707 OTHER AGRICULTURAL AND VETERINARY SCIENCES 0799 TECHNOLOGY 10 AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 1001 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 1002 INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 1003 MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 1004 ANIMAL PRODUCTION 0702 CROP AND PASTURE PRODUCTION 0703
  • 55. Biomedical and Clinical Health Sciences Cluster [BB] Return to Presentation MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES 11 MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND METABOLOMICS 1101 CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE AND HAEMATOLOGY 1102 CLINICAL SCIENCES 1103 DENTISTRY 1105 IMMUNOLOGY 1107 MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY 1108 NEUROSCIENCES 1109 ONCOLOGY AND CARCINOGENESIS 1112 OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OPTOMETRY 1113 PAEDIATRICS AND REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE 1114 PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES 1115 MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY 1116
  • 56. Public and Allied Health Sciences Cluster [BB] Return to Presentation MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES 11 COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE 1104 HUMAN MOVEMENT AND SPORTS SCIENCE 1106 NURSING 1110 NUTRITION AND DIETETICS 1111 PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES 1117 OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES 1199