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1 SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE FEDERAL R&D FUNDING BY STATE 2017 /resources/state-fact-sheets

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS State Total Social Science R&D Page Why Social Science? 3 Alabama $13.5 million 4 Alaska $2.4 million 5 Arizona $40.9 million 6 Arkansas $2.1 million 7 California $184.1 million 8 Colorado $35.3 million 9 Connecticut $22.4 million 10 Delaware $10.4 million 11 District of Columbia $27.7 million 12 Florida $85.1 million 13 Georgia $37.0 million 14 Hawaii $2.1 million 15 Idaho $2.7 million 16 Illinois $75.2 million 17 Indiana $33.9 million 18 Iowa $14.6 million 19 Kansas $18.9 million 20 Kentucky $13.9 million 21 Louisiana $15.0 million 22 Maine $1.6 million 23 Maryland $89.6 million 24 Massachusetts $92.0 million 25 Michigan $121.9 million 26 Minnesota $38.6 million 27 Mississippi $12.1 million 28 State Total Social Science R&D Page Missouri $22.5 million 29 Montana $5.0 million 30 Nebraska $10.0 million 31 Nevada $3.0 million 32 New Hampshire $8.3 million 33 New Jersey $40.0 million 34 New Mexico $10.3 million 35 New York $141.7 million 36 North Carolina $132.6 million 37 North Dakota $10.3 million 38 Ohio $39.2 million 39 Oklahoma $14.5 million 40 Oregon $28.1 million 41 Pennsylvania $128.6 million 42 Rhode Island $15.5 million 43 South Carolina $19.6 million 44 South Dakota $2.1 million 45 Tennessee $24.9 million 46 Texas $65.6 million 47 Utah $16.0 million 48 Vermont $2.2 million 49 Virginia $38.4 million 50 Washington $46.8 million 51 West Virginia $1.1 million 52 Wisconsin $29.3 million 53 Wyoming $2.3 million 54 2

3 WHY SOCIAL SCIENCE? Of the $37.9 billion the federal government spends on research and development annually, less than 5% ($1.9 billion) is invested in Social and Behavioral Science Research. Social and behavioral science encompasses a collection of STEM disciplines engaged in the rigorous study of why and how humans behave as they do as individuals, groups and within institutions, organizations, and society. It often refers to the disciplines of and fields within anthropology, communication, demography, economics, geography, history, law, linguistics, political science, psychology, sociology, and statistics, as well as countless multidisciplinary subfields. Federally-supported scientific research including social and behavioral science research provides an evidence base that policy makers can use to produce science-backed strategies for addressing issues of national importance, such as crime prevention, health care for the underserved, the safety of our troops, early childhood education, and improved efficiency of American businesses, to name a few. Learn more at at. Knowledge derived from social and behavioral science research has made our population healthier, our democracy fairer, our nation safer, and our economy stronger. But more still needs to be done investment in social and behavioral science must continue to grow to yield benefits for the American people. COSSA is a nonprofit advocacy organization working to promote sustainable federal funding for and widespread use of social and behavioral science research and federal policies that positively impact the conduct of research. COSSA serves as a united voice for a broad, diverse network of organizations, institutions, communities, and stakeholders who care about a successful and vibrant social science research enterprise. The COSSA membership includes professional and disciplinary associations, scientific societies, research centers and institutes, and U.S. colleges and universities. 3

4 ALABAMA $13.5 million (including NIH): $8.6M Dept. of Defense: $1.4M Foundation: $808,000 $273,000 Alabama, Tuscaloosa: $4.4M Alabama at Birmingham: $3.7M Auburn University, Auburn: $2.6M Alabama A&M $1.3M Alabama in Huntsville: $720,000 Tuskegee $622,000 Alabama s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 4

5 ALASKA $2.4 million Foundation: $1.2M Human Services (including NIH): $280,000 Dept. of Defense: $13,000 Alaska Fairbanks: $1.6M Alaska Anchorage: $757,000 Alaska, Southeast: $27,000 Alaska s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 5

6 ARIZONA $40.9 million (including NIH): $18.2M Foundation: $12.1M Dept. of Defense: $2.1M $1.5M Arizona State $29.8M Arizona: $10.7M Northern Arizona $412,000 Arizona s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 6

7 ARKANSAS $2.1 million Foundation: $613,000 $97,000 (including NIH): $76,000 Dept. of Defense: $44,000 Arkansas, Fayetteville: $1.2M Arkansas at Little Rock: $522,000 Arkansas State University, Jonesboro: $226,000 Central Arkansas: $114,000 Arkansas economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 7

8 CALIFORNIA $184.1 million (including NIH): $81.3M Dept. of Defense: $28.3M Foundation: $27.8M NASA: $20.7M Southern California: $26.3M California, Berkeley: $21.7M California, San Diego: $19.4M California, Los Angeles: $18.1M San Jose State $17.1M Stanford $15.7M California s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 8

9 COLORADO $35.3 million (including NIH): $19.5M Foundation: $5.8M Dept. of Defense: $4.7M $2.0M Colorado Boulder: $20.5M Colorado State University, Fort Collins: $7.1M Denver: $4.4M Colorado at Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus: $1.2M United States Air Force Academy: $939,000 Colorado Colorado Springs: $772,000 Colorado s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 9

10 CONNECTICUT $22.4 million (including NIH): $12.4M Foundation: $3.5M Dept. of Defense: $998,000 $904,000 Connecticut: $14.2M Yale $7.1M Wesleyan $494,000 New Haven: $268,000 Southern Connecticut State $116,000 Connecticut College: $101,000 Connecticut s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 10

11 DELAWARE $10.4 million (including NIH): $4.8M Foundation: $1.5M $315,000 Dept. of Defense: $15,000 Delaware: $10.4M Delaware s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 11

12 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA $27.7 million (including NIH): $7.4M Dept. of Defense: $6.8M Foundation: $4.0M $635,000 George Washington $8.5M American $5.7M Georgetown $4.8M National Defense $4.8M Catholic America: $1.6M Howard $1.4M the District of Columbia s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 12

13 FLORIDA $85.1 million (including NIH): $36.4M Dept. of Defense: $9.4M Foundation: $4.0M $589,000 Florida State $31.4M South Florida, Tampa: $19.1M Florida: $9.3M Miami: $9.2M Florida International $7.0M Central Florida: $4.1M Florida s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 13

14 GEORGIA $37.0 million (including NIH): $19.0M Dept. of Defense: $4.8M Foundation: $4.4M $1.4M Georgia: $12.9M Georgia Institute of Technology: $10.9M Georgia State $9.4M Emory $3.4M Spelman College: $166,000 Georgia Southern $105,000 Georgia s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 14

15 HAWAII $2.1 million Foundation: $557,000 (including NIH): $516,000 Dept. of Defense: $292,000 $65,000 Hawaii at Manoa: $1.7M Hawaii at Hilo: $344,000 Hawaii Pacific $94,000 Hawaii s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 15

16 IDAHO $2.7 million $1.0M Foundation: $499,000 (including NIH): $482,000 Dept. of Energy: $251,000 Idaho: $1.4M Idaho State $784,000 Boise State $532,000 Idaho s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 16

17 ILLINOIS $75.2 million (including NIH): $36.2M Foundation: $17.1M Dept. of Defense: $3.7M $1.7M Illinois at Urbana- Champaign: $19.2M Chicago: $16.4M Northwestern $14.1M Illinois at Chicago: $13.7M Rush $3.7M DePaul $2.4M Illinois s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 17

18 INDIANA $33.9 million (including NIH): $16.2M Foundation: $4.1M $3.4M Dept. of Defense: $2.8M Indiana University, Bloomington: $15.7M Purdue University, West Lafayette: $9.8M Notre Dame: $4.1M Indiana University- Purdue University, Indianapolis: $3.6M Ball State $339,000 Indiana University- Purdue University, Fort Wayne: $245,000 Indiana s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 18

19 IOWA $14.6 million (including NIH): $6.1M $4.2M Foundation: $1.9M NASA: $319,000 Iowa: $8.3M Iowa State $5.4M Northern Iowa: $869,000 Iowa s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 19

20 KANSAS $18.9 million (including NIH): $9.5M $4.0M Foundation: $1.3M Dept. of Defense: $812,000 Kansas: $11.9M Kansas State $6.0M Wichita State $1.0M Kansas economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 20

21 KENTUCKY $13.9 million (including NIH): $11.1M Foundation: $1.1M $309,000 Dept. of Defense: $269,000 Kentucky: $11.1M Louisville: $1.7M Morehead State $508,000 Northern Kentucky $393,000 Western Kentucky $155,000 Kentucky State $11,000 Kentucky s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 21

22 LOUISIANA $15.0 million (including NIH): $9.6M $707,000 Foundation: $472,000 Dept. of Energy: $17,000 Dillard $8.0M Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge: $3.1M Tulane $1.7M New Orleans: $1.2M Louisiana at Lafayette: $579,000 Louisiana Tech $165,000 Louisiana s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 22

23 MAINE $1.6 million Foundation: $832,000 (including NIH): $583,000 $27,000 NASA: $17,000 Maine: $1.1M Southern Maine: $257,000 Bates College: $128,000 Colby College: $116,000 Bowdoin College: $48,000 Maine s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 23

24 MARYLAND $89.6 million (including NIH): $31.3M Dept. of Defense: $21.4M NASA: $9.4M Foundation: $5.6M Maryland, College Park: $58.8M Johns Hopkins $13.3M Maryland, Baltimore County: $8.9M Maryland Baltimore: $4.7M Baltimore: $2.6M Uniformed Services the Health Sciences: $540,000 Maryland s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 24

25 MASSACHUSETTS $92.0 million (including NIH): $48.5M Foundation: $13.2M Dept. of Defense: $5.0M NASA: $1.8M Harvard $22.1M Brandeis $15.9M Tufts $13.1M Boston $12.8M Northeastern $8.3M Massachusetts Amherst: $5.2M Massachusetts s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 25

26 MICHIGAN $121.9 million (including NIH): $79.3M Foundation: $14.3M $3.8M Dept. of Defense: $2.2M Michigan, Ann Arbor: $88.4M Michigan State $25.8M Wayne State $4.1M Michigan Technological $1.1M Western Michigan University and Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine: $1.0M Eastern Michigan $511,000 Michigan s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 26

27 MINNESOTA $38.6 million (including NIH): $20.5M Foundation: $6.9M $2.6M Dept. of Defense: $159,000 Minnesota, Twin Cities: $38.3M Minnesota, Morris: $105,000 Carleton College: $97,000 Macalester College: $27,000 St. Cloud State $24,000 Minnesota State University, Mankato: $16,000 Minnesota s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 27

28 MISSISSIPPI $12.1 million $3.7M (including NIH): $1.2M Dept. of Defense: $824,000 Foundation: $141,000 Mississippi State $7.9M Alcorn State $2.2M Mississippi: $1.1M Southern Mississippi: $727,000 Jackson State $222,000 Mississippi s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 28

29 MISSOURI $22.5 million (including NIH): $13.3M $4.1M Foundation: $1.1M Dept. of Defense: $348,000 Washington University in Saint Louis: $11.8M Missouri, Columbia: $7.0M Missouri, Kansas City: $1.5M Missouri, Saint Louis: $1.3M Saint Louis $517,000 Lincoln University, Jefferson City: $163,000 Missouri s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 29

30 MONTANA $5.0 million Dept. of Defense: $1.7M (including NIH): $1.4M $982,000 Foundation: $275,000 Montana, Missoula: $3.5M Montana State University, Bozeman: $1.5M Salish Kootenai College: $83,000 Montana s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 30

31 NEBRASKA $10.0 million (including NIH): $4.3M Dept. of Defense: $804,000 Foundation: $727,000 $354,000 Nebraska- Lincoln: $9.1M Nebraska at Omaha: $630,000 Creighton $226,000 Nebraska at Kearney: $13,000 Nebraska s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 31

32 NEVADA $3.0 million (including NIH): $1.7M Foundation: $641,000 $202,000 Dept. of Defense: $114,000 Nevada, Reno: $1.6M Nevada, Las Vegas: $1.3M Desert Research Institute: $97,000 Nevada s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 32

33 NEW HAMPSHIRE $8.3 million (including NIH): $3.9M Foundation: $1.1M Dept. of Defense: $644,000 $159,000 New Hampshire: $4.7M Dartmouth College: $3.5M Plymouth State $103,000 New Hampshire s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 33

34 NEW JERSEY $40.0 million (including NIH): $21.9M Foundation: $4.4M Dept. of Defense: $1.7M $568,000 Rutgers State New Jersey, New Brunswick: $21.8M Princeton $15.3M Rutgers State New Jersey, Newark: $1.9M Montclair State $363,000 Rutgers State New Jersey, Camden: $212,000 Rider $99,000 New Jersey s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 34

35 NEW MEXICO $10.3 million (including NIH): $6.8M Dept. of Defense: $1.2M Foundation: $795,000 Dept. of Energy: $243,000 New Mexico: $10.1M New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology: $172,000 New Mexico State $51,000 New Mexico s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 35

36 NEW YORK $141.7 million (including NIH): $77.9M Foundation: $22.5M Dept. of Defense: $8.2M $6.1M New York $30.8M Cornell $19.7M Columbia University in the City of New York: $15.8M Rochester: $10.0M Columbia University, Teachers College: $9.6M CUNY, Hunter College: $8.4M New York s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 36

37 NORTH CAROLINA $132.6 million (including NIH): $51.6M Foundation: $6.2M Dept. of Defense: $3.1M $1.8M North Carolina at Chapel Hill: $92.0M Duke $23.6M North Carolina State $7.0M North Carolina at Greensboro: $4.3M North Carolina at Charlotte: $1.8M Davidson College: $908,000 North Carolina s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 37

38 NORTH DAKOTA $10.3 million (including NIH): $1.9M $507,000 Foundation: $387,000 Dept. of Energy: $358,000 North Dakota State $10.1M North Dakota: $215,000 North Dakota s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 38

39 OHIO $39.2 million (including NIH): $15.0M Foundation: $7.2M $6.5M Dept. of Defense: $1.1M Ohio State $23.4M Cincinnati: $3.1M Case Western Reserve $3.0M Kent State $2.5M Miami $2.0M Ohio $1.4M Ohio s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 39

40 OKLAHOMA $14.5 million (including NIH): $2.3M Foundation: $1.8M $1.3M Dept. of Energy: $801,000 Oklahoma, Norman and Health Science Center: $11.0M Oklahoma State University, Stillwater: $3.0M Tulsa: $429,000 Oklahoma, Tulsa: $40,000 Oklahoma s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 40

41 OREGON $28.1 million (including NIH): $15.7M Foundation: $1.9M Dept. of Defense: $1.6M $1.3M Oregon: $11.3M Portland State $10.9M Oregon Health & Science $2.8M Oregon State $2.3M Reed College: $474,000 Pacific $223,000 Oregon s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 41

42 PENNSYLVANIA $128.6 million (including NIH): $71.3M Dept. of Defense: $25.1M Foundation: $14.9M $6.4M Pennsylvania: $43.3M Pennsylvania State University, University Park and Hershey Medical Center: $37.3M Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh: $18.4M Temple $12.2M Carnegie Mellon $11.8M Drexel $3.2M Pennsylvania s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 42

43 RHODE ISLAND $15.5 million (including NIH): $13.1M Foundation: $1.6M Dept. of Defense: $71,000 $21,000 Brown $9.1M Rhode Island: $4.5M Rhode Island College: $1.3M Roger Williams $297,000 Providence College: $269,000 Rhode Island s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 43

44 SOUTH CAROLINA $19.6 million (including NIH): $13.3M Dept. of Energy: $732,000 Dept. of Defense: $543,000 $413,000 South Carolina, Columbia: $11.3M Winthrop $3.7M Clemson $3.4M South Carolina, Aiken: $689,000 College of Charleston: $524,000 Furman $53,000 South Carolina s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 44

45 SOUTH DAKOTA $2.1 million $1.4M Human Services (including NIH): $462,000 Foundation: $169,000 South Dakota State $1.5M South Dakota: $542,000 South Dakota s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 45

46 TENNESSEE $24.9 million (including NIH): $10.5M Foundation: $2.8M Dept. of Defense: $1.6M $1.4M Vanderbilt $12.6M Tennessee, Knoxville: $5.1M Memphis: $3.8M Tennessee, Knoxville, Institute of Agriculture: $1.9M East Tennessee State $785,000 Tennessee Technological $493,000 Tennessee s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 46

47 TEXAS $65.6 million (including NIH): $38.2M Foundation: $8.1M Dept. of Defense: $3.0M $1.2M Texas at Austin: $19.0M Houston: $9.1M Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center: $8.2M Texas State $5.9M Texas at El Paso: $5.6M Texas A&M University, College Station and Health Science Center: $5.0M Texas s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 47

48 UTAH $16.0 million (including NIH): $7.7M Dept. of Defense: $1.1M Foundation: $954,000 $479,000 Utah State $7.7M Utah: $6.6M Brigham Young University, Provo: $1.7M Utah s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 48

49 VERMONT $2.2 million Human Services (including NIH): $2.0M Foundation: $244,000 Vermont: $2.0M Middlebury College: $211,000 Saint Michael's College: $3,000 Norwich $2,000 Vermont s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 49

50 VIRGINIA $38.4 million (including NIH): $18.5M Dept. of Defense: $4.2M Foundation: $3.7M NASA: $187,000 George Mason $11.1M Virginia Commonwealth $8.1M College of William and Mary and Virginia Institute of Marine Science: $6.2M Virginia, Charlottesville: $4.5M Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State $3.9M Hampton $2.1M Virginia s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 50

51 WASHINGTON $46.8 million (including NIH): $24.4M Foundation: $5.1M $1.9M Dept. of Defense: $1.7M Washington, Seattle: $36.9M Washington State $8.7M Northwest Indian College: $466,000 Western Washington $290,000 Eastern Washington $138,000 Seattle Pacific $133,000 Washington s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 51

52 WEST VIRGINIA $1.1 million Foundation: $625,000 (including NIH): $177,000 Dept. of Energy: $170,000 $137,000 West Virginia $1.0M Marshall $117,000 West Virginia s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 52

53 WISCONSIN $29.3 million (including NIH): $19.7M Foundation: $3.4M $2.1M Dept. of Defense: $942,000 Wisconsin- Madison: $24.9M Wisconsin- Milwaukee: $3.8M Marquette $363,000 Wisconsin- Stevens Point: $119,000 Wisconsin-Green Bay: $62,000 Wisconsin- Oshkosh: $58,000 Wisconsin s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 53

54 WYOMING $2.3 million (including NIH): $918,000 $418,000 Dept. of Defense: $342,000 Foundation: $251,000 Wyoming: $2.3M Wyoming s economy and generate knowledge that helps us make America 54

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