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RESEARCH BY THE NUMBERS - Illustration by I-Shan Chen
RESEARCH BY THE NUMBERS

ASEE collected engineering research expenditure data from 182 schools for its annual survey of engineering colleges. ASEE's Engineering Research Council and Engineering Deans Council developed guidelines for schools to
follow when reporting data to both ASEE and U.S. News & World Report. Totals displayed here are for the fiscal year ending in 2003. For more information, go to:
http://asee.org/about/publications/profiles/colleges/surveyintro.cfm.



HIGHEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY SCHOOL*
HIGHEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY SCHOOL* - Click here to view a larger size (Pop-up window)- Illustration by I-Shan Chen

*Minimum of 25 doctoral degrees awarded. Ratios were derived by dividing degrees awarded by millions of research dollars.

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education


LOWEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES*
LOWEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES* - Click here to view a larger size (Pop-up window)- Illustration by I-Shan Chen

*Minimum of 25 doctoral degrees awarded. Ratios were derived by dividing degrees awarded by millions of research dollars.

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



TOTAL RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY ENGINEERING SCHOOLS BY SOURCE IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
TOTAL RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY ENGINEERING SCHOOLS BY SOURCE IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS - Click here to view a larger size (Pop-up window)- Illustration by I-Shan Chen

*Minimum of 25 doctoral degrees awarded. Ratios were derived by dividing degrees awarded by millions of research dollars.

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



TOP 50 SCHOOLS BY ENGINEERING RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY SCHOOL IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
TOP 50 SCHOOLS BY ENGINEERING RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY SCHOOL IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS - Illustration by I-Shan Chen

*Minimum of 25 doctoral degrees awarded. Ratios were derived by dividing degrees awarded by millions of research dollars.

Statistics compiled by Michael Gibbons for the American Society for Engineering Education



 

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Engineering For Everyone - By Bethany Halford
Model Behavior - By Pierre Home-Douglas
Answering the Call - By Robert Gardner
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Tech View - By Mary Kathleen Flynn
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Really Cricket: More British universities are offering degrees in sports engineering. - By Thomas K. Grose
On Campus: Rising to the Top - By Robert Gardner
Research: Delivering the Goods - By John Gilligan
Faculty's Finest: Kevin Kit Parker - By Thomas K. Grose
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LAST WORD: Technological Paternalism - By Julia M. Williams
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HIGHEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY SCHOOL* - Click here to view a larger size (Pop-up window)- Illustration by I-Shan Chen LOWEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES* - Click here to view a larger size (Pop-up window)- Illustration by I-Shan Chen TOTAL RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY ENGINEERING SCHOOLS BY SOURCE IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS - Click here to view a larger size (Pop-up window)- Illustration by I-Shan Chen HIGHEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES LOWEST RATIO OF DOCTORAL DEGREES TO RESEARCH EXPENDITURES* TOTAL RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY ENGINEERING SCHOOLS BY SOURCE IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TOP 50 SCHOOLS BY ENGINEERING RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY SCHOOL IN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS