Research Administration and Fiscal Reports
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Fiscal reports available in detail:
UW Bothell Trends in Research Awards
UW Bothell Research Awards by Year, FY 2010-2019
The bar graph above shows the total combined research awards received over the course of ten years for all centers, schools, and departments at UW Bothell.
- FY2010: $178,7600
- FY2011: $4,609,146
- FY2012: $4,530,184
- FY2013: $12,648,792
- FY2014: $7,865,014
- FY2015: $5,799,045
- FY2016: $14,220,511
- FY2017: $5,461,355
- FY2018: $4,002,955
- FY2019: $7,588,457
The bar graph to the left shows the total research awards received over the course of four years from both schools and departments. Fiscal year 2013 was the greatest which received $2.5 million, fiscal year 2014 received $1.4 million, fiscal year 2015 received $2.2 million, and fiscal year 2016 received the least at $1 million. The graph is segmented and shows that the School of STEM received the most awards.
There were three centers at UW Bothell (reporting up through FY-2016)
- CEDR: Center for Education Data and Research
- CRPE: Center for Reinventing Public Education
- Goodlad Institute for Education Renewal
Centers receive the most funding for research. The bar graph above shows the total research awards over the course of four years from the three UW Bothell centers. Fiscal year 2013 received $7.7 million, fiscal year 2014 received $5.3 million, fiscal year 2015 received the least at $2 million, and fiscal year 2016 was the greatest which received $13.1 million. The graph is segmented and shows that the Center for Reinventing Public Education received the most awards.