- The average number of peer-reviewed publications reached a faculty all-time high in 2016.
- Increases this year occurred across all tenure levels and across 9/10 academic sub-disciplines.
- Grant activity reached an all-time high in fiscal year 2017 (both in number and award amount). An increase in grant proposals over the past two years has led to an increase in accepted proposals.
- Analysis of FY 2017 proposals suggests the surge of submissions has come from faculty early in their career with the largest number submitted by assistant professors.
- Faculty from ENCS and science disciplines occupy the largest percentage of proposals.
- Separate analysis of expenditures reveals the impact that external funding to the nursing department has had on the campus in the past two years.
|All Tenure-Track Faculty Yearly Average # of published works||1.11||1.57||1.72||1.77||1.61||1.80||2.30||1.55||1.63||2.35|
The number of proposals submitted continues to increase and the number of awards received also continues to increase.
The dollar amounts of the proposals and awards continues to increase.
Research expenditures topped $5 million for the first time ever in 2017!