Saturday, January 19, 2002

UC moves up in rankings of research institutions

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The University of Cincinnati moved up in two national rankings established by the National Science Foundation to compare college and university research efforts.

        Figures released this month from the foundation show UC ranked 47th overall among U.S. public and private institutions in federally funded research expenditures. That's up from 50th the previous year.

        UC also moved from 28th to 26th place when compared only with public universities.

        The report is based on expenditures during the 2000 fiscal year. UC's total expenditures were $172 million, including more than $110 million in federal funding.


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