A key indicator of research productivity at the University of Georgia has surged for a second consecutive year to reach a record level. In fiscal year 2016, research expenditures at UGA increased by 14 percent to reach $175.3 million. Research awards, which indicate future research expenditures and provide another metric of research productivity, have increased by 22 percent over the past two years. Additional information on UGA’s research funding is available here.
Research surge continues: UGA’s external funding jumps 14 percent in one year
August 11, 2016