Facts and Figures

Awards By Sponsor Type — Fiscal Year ‘00
Federal 64%
Federal Flow-Through* 19%
Foundations 6%
Industry 1%
Other** 3%
State 7%

* federal funds awarded through a non-federal agency
** includes foreign sponsors, societies, associations, and deposits made to multiple sponsor accounts.

Doctoral Degrees Awarded — Fiscal Year ‘00

School Number of Doctoral Degrees Percentages
Arts and Science 77 49%
Business 3 2%
Education 42 27%
Public Health 6 4%
Criminal Justice 7 5%
Information Science & Policy 6 4%
Social Welfare 6 4%
Graduate School of Public Affairs 8 5%

Federal Sponsorship Research Foundation/HRI — Fiscal Year ‘00

Commerce 1%
Education 4%
Energy 2%
Environmental Protection Agency 6%
Health and Human Services 77%
Justice 1%
NSF 5%
Other* 1%

* includes Corporation for National and Community Service, Dept. of Defense, Dept. of Transportation, Small Business Administration, Social Security Administration, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, and U.S. Veterans Affairs

Expenditures By Discipline:  Research Foundation — Fiscal Year ‘00

Education 14%
Environmental Sciences 9%
Life Sciences 5%
Math/Computer Sciences 2%
Physical Sciences 19%
Public Health 7%
Social Sciences 42%
Other* 2%

* includes School of Business, Humanities disciplines and administrative units

Awards Received By University At Albany Faculty — Fiscal Year ‘00

Fiscal Agent Amount
Research Foundation of S.U.N.Y. for University at Albany $53,194,676
Health Research Incorporated* $60,429,772
New York State: Office of the Aging Project at the University at Albany $100,177
New York State: Institute for the Advancement of Health Care Management $15,000
New York State: Center for Technology in Government $930,467
TOTAL $114,670,092

* Total awards received by Health Research, Inc. for School of Public Health faculty who are employees of the New York Department of Health. Health Research, Inc. (HRI) is a not-for-profit corporation affiliated with the New York State Department of Health. HRI’s mission is to assist the Health Department to effectively solicit and administer financial support for projects and to disseminate the benefits of Health Department expertise through programs such as technology transfer.

The Research Foundation of State University of New York is a private non-profit educational corporation chartered by the State of New York to fiscally manage sponsored awards from external sponsoring agencies on behalf of the State University of New York campuses.

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