Funding Levels

The number of research and training contracts and grants has been increasing steadily for the College of Social Sciences and the Social Science Research Institute. Table 1 shows an increase from $4.3 million in 1999-2000 to $16.5 million in 2014-2015, but decreased in 2016.

Table 1: New Contracts and Grants by Fiscal Years (FY 2000 - FY 2016), College of Social Sciences and SSRI.

Fiscal Year College of Social Sciences Social Science Research Institute Total
2000 $1,529,916 $2,767,549 $4,297,465
2001 $4,696,392 $3,456,156 $8,152,548
2002 $4,239,204 $3,464,679 $7,703,883
2003 $5,733,444 $4,227,590 $9,961,034
2004 $5,625,472 $3,934,187 $9,559,659
2005 $2,505,434 $7,696,996 $10,202,430
2006 $4,909,433 $8,103,743 $13,013,176
2007 $3,831,592 $8,284,173 $12,115,765
2008 $3,933,999 $10,239,529 $14,173,528
2009 $4,106,658 $2,837,820 $6,944,478
2010 $8,894,276 $4,844,310 $13,738,586
2011 $8,315,880 $2,255,455 $10,571,335
2012 $7,789,438 $2,606,298 $10,395,736
2013 $8,447,359 $7,965,382 $16,412,741
2014 $10,093,305 $3,882,703 $13,976,008
2015 $10,326,282 $6,181,253 $16,507,535
2016 $8,961,502 $5,113,943 $14,075,445