Research at NC State<br />Terri L. Lomax<br />Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation<br />Administrative Leadership Mee...
Sponsored Programs Extramural Support ($)<br />Source: RADAR, NC State University<br />
Sponsored Programs Extramural Support<br />Top Sources YTD September 30<br />Top Industry Sources<br />Top Federal Sources...
% Change in Proposed and Awarded Dollars<br />Source: RADAR, NC State University <br />
    ARRA Funding Trends<br />30%<br />Awarded funding increase from FY2009 to FY2010<br />Source: Sponsored Programs Extra...
NSF Expenditures of Selected Peers ($1000)<br />Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009<br />
Rankings Amongst Selected Peers<br />Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009<br />
Rankings Amongst Selected Peers<br />Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009<br />
Characteristics of NSF Top 50 Research Institutions <br />25 U of Texas MD-Anderson<br />NC State ranks 47th in total rese...
Research Per FTE (2008):  NC State & Peers<br />Sources:  1. IPEDS Data Center, Fall 2008; 2. NSF 2008 Expenditures; 3. Th...
The Path Forward<br />GOAL: Increase Research Awards 50% by 2015<br />401,173,165<br />%50 or $133,724,388<br />increase o...
How We’ll Get There<br />
Specific Activities and Programs<br />
Integrated Support Service Center<br />
Trend: Increase in Larger Proposals<br /><ul><li>74% decrease in NCSU proposals between $1-2M from 2009 to 2010
165% increase in NCSU proposals >$2M in 2009-10</li></ul>7<br />12<br />148<br />50<br />4<br />23<br />
Proposal Development Unit (PDU) Success Rate<br />
Tech Transfer and Innovation Activity<br /> www.springboard.ncsu.edu or www.innovation.ncsu.edu<br />
Strategic Use of Facilities and Administration (F&A)<br /><ul><li>F&A is a federally negotiated rate to cover the cost to ...
Current rates (on-campus/off-campus):</li></ul>research = 49%/27%<br />instructional = 47%/26%<br />public service = 35%/2...
F&A  is ~15% of sponsored programs
 F&A  is ~22% of federally sponsored research</li></li></ul><li>F&A Distribution<br />(2010-2011)<br />F&A Distribution<br />
2009-10 College F&A Allocations<br />
F&A Distribution by Colleges<br /><ul><li>Colleges vary greatly in how they distribute F&A based on the types of research ...
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11.09.2010 - Award Funding Trends and F&A Distribution (Admin Leadership Meeting)

  1. 1. Research at NC State<br />Terri L. Lomax<br />Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation<br />Administrative Leadership Meeting<br />09 November 2010<br />
  2. 2. Sponsored Programs Extramural Support ($)<br />Source: RADAR, NC State University<br />
  3. 3. Sponsored Programs Extramural Support<br />Top Sources YTD September 30<br />Top Industry Sources<br />Top Federal Sources<br />75% of YTD <br />7% of YTD <br />Source: RADAR, NC State University <br />
  4. 4. % Change in Proposed and Awarded Dollars<br />Source: RADAR, NC State University <br />
  5. 5. ARRA Funding Trends<br />30%<br />Awarded funding increase from FY2009 to FY2010<br />Source: Sponsored Programs Extramural Support, <br />RADAR, NC State University <br />
  6. 6. NSF Expenditures of Selected Peers ($1000)<br />Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009<br />
  7. 7. Rankings Amongst Selected Peers<br />Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009<br />
  8. 8. Rankings Amongst Selected Peers<br />Source: NSF Expenditures Report 2009<br />
  9. 9. Characteristics of NSF Top 50 Research Institutions <br />25 U of Texas MD-Anderson<br />NC State ranks 47th in total research expenditures among all institutions<br />28 GA Tech*<br />Vet School<br />32 UT-Austin<br />1 Johns Hopkins<br />46 Scripps RI<br />2 U of Mich*<br />7 Duke<br />12 U Penn<br />8 U WA<br />14 Stanford<br />18 U of CO*<br />21 Wash U-StL<br />3 UWisc-M<br />19 UNC-CH<br />20 Texas A&M<br />10 U Minn*<br />24 Columbia<br />22 Pitt*<br />13 Ohio State*<br />27 U of Ill U-C<br />29 USC<br />15 UCD<br />30 Northwestern<br />34 Purdue*<br />16 Cornell*<br />Med School<br />31 Yale<br />47 NCSU<br />23 UF<br />33 Harvard<br />43 LA State*<br />35 Emory<br />4 UCSF<br />50 Mich State<br />9 Penn State*<br />36 Baylor<br />5 UCLA<br />37 IN U*<br />11 MIT<br />6 UCSD<br />38 UA-Birm<br />17 UCB<br />39 Vanderbilt<br />26 U AZ<br />41 U of MD-CP<br />49 U of KY*<br />40 Case Western<br />Legend<br />44 VA Tech<br />42 UT MC-Dallas<br />Land Grant<br />Private<br />Public<br />Peer group<br />All campuses*<br />45 U Rochester<br />48 U Chicago<br />2009<br />
  10. 10. Research Per FTE (2008): NC State & Peers<br />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 <br />
  11. 11. The Path Forward<br />GOAL: Increase Research Awards 50% by 2015<br />401,173,165<br />%50 or $133,724,388<br />increase over next five years<br />
  12. 12. How We’ll Get There<br />
  13. 13. Specific Activities and Programs<br />
  14. 14. Integrated Support Service Center<br />
  15. 15. Trend: Increase in Larger Proposals<br /><ul><li>74% decrease in NCSU proposals between $1-2M from 2009 to 2010
  16. 16. 165% increase in NCSU proposals >$2M in 2009-10</li></ul>7<br />12<br />148<br />50<br />4<br />23<br />
  17. 17. Proposal Development Unit (PDU) Success Rate<br />
  18. 18.
  19. 19. Tech Transfer and Innovation Activity<br /> www.springboard.ncsu.edu or www.innovation.ncsu.edu<br />
  20. 20. Strategic Use of Facilities and Administration (F&A)<br /><ul><li>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
  21. 21. Current rates (on-campus/off-campus):</li></ul>research = 49%/27%<br />instructional = 47%/26%<br />public service = 35%/20%<br /><ul><li>F&A is reimbursed after the direct costs are expended.</li></li></ul><li>2008-2009 Funding Summary<br />Total research expenditures were $380 M<br />Sponsored program activity was $206M<br />Federally sponsored research was $135 M<br />Total F&A collected was$30M<br />Useful factors to estimate F&A:<br /><ul><li> F&A is ~8% of total research expenditures
  22. 22. F&A is ~15% of sponsored programs
  23. 23. F&A is ~22% of federally sponsored research</li></li></ul><li>F&A Distribution<br />(2010-2011)<br />F&A Distribution<br />
  24. 24. 2009-10 College F&A Allocations<br />
  25. 25. F&A Distribution by Colleges<br /><ul><li>Colleges vary greatly in how they distribute F&A based on the types of research they conduct.
  26. 26. Colleges with higher needs for expensive equipment, start-ups, and retentions tend to retain more at the college level.
  27. 27. Most of the College F&A comes back to benefit the faculty PIs.</li></li></ul><li>Next Steps<br /><ul><li>Facilitate the recommendations of the Research and Strategic Planning Taskforce.
  28. 28. Address limited time and support for faculty to engage in research and innovation activities
  29. 29. Identifying bureaucratic roadblocks, finding solutions
  30. 30. Address start-up/retention, instrumentation, and equipment needs -- no targeted funds available
  31. 31. Prioritized list, shared facilities
  32. 32. Proactively enhance partnerships both inside and outside of NC State</li></li></ul><li>Questions?<br />Terri L. Lomax<br />Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation<br />Administrative Leadership Meeting<br />09 November 2010<br />

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