From Gloria White, in the Office of Sponsored Programs at SEU:
The National Science Foundation has published a report on payments to Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) by state for the prior year 2015 (please see the link below). St. Ed’s had a good year in 2015 for payments from NSF on 3 of our active grants:
Of the 57 Texas colleges and universities that got payments from NSF on their grants last year, SEU ranked in the top half of the group. In fact, we ranked 22nd, receiving $1,820,000—-and this was ahead of Texas State University-San Marcos which ranked 23rd with $1,749,000. (This is NSF’s data, not ours, not self-reported data from the IHEs).
Of the 14 Independent College and Universities of Texas (ICUT) that received NSF payments in 2015, St. Ed’s ranked 4th after Rice ($33,767,000), Baylor ( a total of $5,164,000), and SMU ($2,717,000).
Way to go, SEU faculty!