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The University of Texas at El Paso. Task Force on Research October 8, 2004. Long Term Goal. Obtain $100 million in externally funded research expenditures within a reasonable period. Overview of Research and Sponsored Projects. Total Active Awards (8/04): All Sources: $175.1 Million - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>The University of Texas at El PasoTask Force on ResearchOctober 8, 2004</p></li><li><p>Long Term Goal</p><p>Obtain $100 million in externally funded research expenditures within a reasonable period.</p></li><li><p>Overview of Research and Sponsored ProjectsTotal Active Awards (8/04):All Sources: $175.1 MillionFederal: ~87% (NSF, DoEd, EPA, NASA, DOC, DOE, DOD, etc)State:~2%Private Sector:~10%</p></li><li><p>Research EffortsWhere We Are:FY2003 - $32.7 million</p><p>Fifth Largest Federal Research Activity in Texas among Public, Academic Institutions of Higher Education</p><p>Highest ratio of State return 4.65among top 20 Public Research Institutions</p></li><li><p>Research &amp; Sponsored Projects Expenditure History</p><p>Chart7</p><p>3.94.9</p><p>7.85.4</p><p>9.64.8</p><p>10.47.3</p><p>12.99.7</p><p>12.912.6</p><p>13.815.1</p><p>13.718.2</p><p>17.317.3</p><p>14.819.8</p><p>286.1</p><p>28.49.3</p><p>29.69.7</p><p>27.819.6</p><p>32.919.1</p><p>$52.0 Million</p><p>Research</p><p>Other</p><p>Millions of Dollars</p><p>Chart1</p><p>13.815.1</p><p>13.718.2</p><p>17.317.3</p><p>14.819.8</p><p>Research</p><p>Other</p><p>Fiscal Year</p><p>$ Millions</p><p>Chart2</p><p>225.9</p><p>0.9</p><p>2503.2</p><p>455.2</p><p>41.9</p><p>2705.3</p><p>3787.3</p><p>Chart3</p><p>3.94.9</p><p>7.85.4</p><p>9.64.8</p><p>10.47.3</p><p>12.99.7</p><p>12.912.6</p><p>13.815.1</p><p>13.718.2</p><p>17.317.3</p><p>14.819.8</p><p>286.1</p><p>28.49.3</p><p>29.69.7</p><p>&amp;L&amp;F&amp;R&amp;D</p><p>$39.3 Million Total</p><p>Research</p><p>Other</p><p>Millions of Dollars</p><p>Sponsored Projects Expenditures</p><p>Chart4</p><p>22972029</p><p>Source of Research Funds (2000)Total=$28.4 Million</p><p>&lt; 1%</p><p>Chart5</p><p>115.85</p><p>12.13333333337.1</p><p>15.19.2666666667</p><p>18.233333333310.9666666667</p><p>21.933333333312.0666666667</p><p>25.666666666713.2</p><p>28.766666666713.4666666667</p><p>31.814.9333333333</p><p>33.715.2666666667</p><p>34.433333333320.0333333333</p><p>35.466666666723.7333333333</p><p>37.033333333328.6666666667</p><p>41.466666666728.6</p><p>43.3528.7</p><p>Research</p><p>Other</p><p>Total</p><p>Research</p><p>Millions of Dollars</p><p>Sponsored Projects Expenditures (Running Averages)</p><p>Sheet1</p><p>1998199719961995</p><p>Federal</p><p>Research11.0113.8610.479.81</p><p>Other24.3318.5119.117.55</p><p>Subtotal35.3432.3729.5727.36</p><p>State</p><p>Research1.921.590.64</p><p>Other1.040.910.821.46</p><p>Subtotal2.942.912.412.1</p><p>Institutional</p><p>Research1.140.92</p><p>Other00</p><p>Subtotal1.140.9200</p><p>198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003</p><p>Research$3.9$7.8$9.6$10.4$12.9$12.9$13.8$13.7$17.3$14.8$28.0$28.4$29.6$27.8$32.9</p><p>Other$4.9$5.4$4.8$7.3$9.7$12.6$15.1$18.2$17.3$19.8$6.1$9.3$9.7$19.6$19.1</p><p>Total:$8.8$13.2$14.4$17.7$22.6$25.5$28.9$31.9$34.6$34.6$34.1$37.7$39.3$47.4</p><p>27.68%12.83%13.33%10.38%8.46%0.00%-1.45%10.56%4.24%20.61%</p><p>19891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002</p><p>Note: Running AveragesTotal$11.0$12.1$15.1$18.2$21.9$25.7$28.8$31.8$33.7$34.4$35.5$37.0$41.5$43.4</p><p>Research$5.9$7.1$9.3$11.0$12.1$13.2$13.5$14.9$15.3$20.0$23.7$28.7$28.6$28.7</p><p>** Federal Coding of Research</p><p>Business$225.9</p><p>Education$0.9</p><p>Engineering$2,503.2Total</p><p>Liberal Arts$455.2Research</p><p>Health Sci$41.9</p><p>Science$2,705.3</p><p>Other$3,787.3</p><p>Total:$9,719.7</p><p>Source of Funds (2000)</p><p>FederalFederal$22,972,029</p><p>Total$22,972,029</p><p>Sheet2</p><p>Sheet2</p><p>3.94.9</p><p>7.85.4</p><p>9.64.8</p><p>10.47.3</p><p>12.99.7</p><p>12.912.6</p><p>13.815.1</p><p>13.718.2</p><p>17.317.3</p><p>14.819.8</p><p>286.1</p><p>28.49.3</p><p>29.69.7</p><p>27.819.6</p><p>32.919.1</p><p>$52.0 Million</p><p>Research</p><p>Other</p><p>Millions of Dollars</p><p>Sheet3</p><p>19891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002</p><p>Total:$8.8$13.2$14.4$17.7$22.6$25.5$28.9$31.9$34.6$34.6$34.1$37.7$39.3$47.4</p><p>Research$3.9$7.8$9.6$10.4$12.9$12.9$13.8$13.7$17.3$14.8$28.0$28.4$29.6$27.8</p><p>Other$4.9$5.4$4.8$7.3$9.7$12.6$15.1$18.2$17.3$19.8$6.1$9.3$9.7$19.6</p><p>Paul Maxwell:</p><p>Sheet3</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>Total:</p><p>Millions ($)</p><p>Total Research and Sponsored Projects Expenditures</p></li><li><p>Strategic Research AreasAs Defined in 2001 PlanBiomedical and Health SciencesEnvironment, Energy and Geosciences Materials and Advanced ManufacturingCommunications and Information TechnologyTransportation Policy and InfrastructureEducationBusiness, Policy and Social and Economic Development Defense/Security</p></li><li><p>~9%</p><p>Chart3</p><p>7100000</p><p>10092666.6666666</p><p>10966666.6666667</p><p>12066666.6666667</p><p>13200000</p><p>13466666.6666667</p><p>14933333.3333333</p><p>15266666.6666667</p><p>20033333.3333333</p><p>23733333.3333333</p><p>28666666.6666667</p><p>28600000</p><p>28700000</p><p>32700000</p><p>FY 2004</p><p>FY 2006</p><p>FY 2008</p><p>FY 2010</p><p>FY 2012</p><p>100000000</p><p>Our Challenge</p><p>$5,850,000.00</p><p>UTEP External Funding Growth 1989-2014</p><p>Sheet1</p><p>1000000</p><p>ExpendituresActive AwardsActive Awards# of Awards</p><p>FY 1989$5,850,000.0010,809,370$16,659,37041</p><p>FY 1990FY 1990$7,100,000.0022,044,442$29,144,442135</p><p>FY 1991$10,092,66740,747,710$50,840,377165</p><p>FY 1992FY 1992$10,966,666.6744,984,307$55,950,974188</p><p>FY 1993$12,066,666.6751,324,891$63,391,558222</p><p>FY 1994FY 1994$13,200,000.0063,455,820$76,655,820247</p><p>FY 1995$13,466,666.6775,471,961$88,938,628252</p><p>FY 1996FY 1996$14,933,333.3383,905,827$98,839,160272</p><p>FY 1997$15,266,666.6779,541,421$94,808,088261</p><p>FY 1998FY 1998$20,033,333.3380,398,211$100,431,544295</p><p>FY 1999$23,733,333.33104,149,916$127,883,249294</p><p>FY 2000FY 2000$28,666,666.6772,104,597$100,771,264287</p><p>FY 2001$28,600,000.0084,572,538$113,172,538301</p><p>FY 2002FY 2002$28,700,000.0093,746,303$122,446,303328</p><p>FY 2003$32,700,000.00111,130,193$143,830,193335</p><p>FY 2004FY 2004</p><p>FY 2005</p><p>FY 2006FY 2006</p><p>FY 2007</p><p>FY 2008FY 2008</p><p>FY 2009</p><p>FY 2010FY 2010</p><p>FY 2011</p><p>FY 2012FY 2012</p><p>FY 2013</p><p>FY 2014FY 2014100000000450000000</p><p>Current291$130,855,367</p><p>Research$5.85</p><p>$7.10</p><p>$9.27</p><p>$10.97</p><p>$12.07</p><p>$13.20</p><p>$13.47</p><p>$14.93</p><p>$15.27</p><p>$20.03</p><p>$23.73</p><p>$28.67</p><p>$28.60</p><p>$28.70</p><p>$32.70</p><p>Sheet1</p><p>Expenditures</p><p>Active Awards</p><p>UTEP External Funding Growth 1989-2003</p><p>Graph</p><p>Graph</p><p>7100000</p><p>10092666.6666666</p><p>10966666.6666667</p><p>12066666.6666667</p><p>13200000</p><p>13466666.6666667</p><p>14933333.3333333</p><p>15266666.6666667</p><p>20033333.3333333</p><p>23733333.3333333</p><p>28666666.6666667</p><p>28600000</p><p>28700000</p><p>32700000</p><p>FY 2004</p><p>FY 2006</p><p>FY 2008</p><p>FY 2010</p><p>FY 2012</p><p>100000000</p><p>Our Challenge</p><p>$5,850,000.00</p><p>UTEP External Funding Growth 1989-2014</p><p>Sheet3</p></li><li><p>Washington Advisory Group, WAG ReportWAG hired by UT System to evaluate UTEP, UTD, UT Arlington and UT San Antonio$100 million research goal.UTEP Strengths:Ability to attract federal funding (2nd in UT System; 5th in State)Strong research base with quality faculty.UTEP Challenges:Additional doctoral programs needed (for instance, Physics and Chemistry)Competitive vs. set-aside research fundingNew sources of fundingfoundations, private sector, etcRecommendations:Develop new strategic research planMore faculty (~300!)Additional PhD programsHigher investment by State to Research Infrastructure</p></li><li><p>Research Task Force GoalsRespond to the recommendations in the Washington Advisory Group (WAG) report, divided into two major Subcommittees: Strategic Research Directions (Roadmap to Research-Extensive and Top-Tier Status); Research Enhancement Mechanisms and Strategies (Organizations/Policies/Procedures).</p></li><li><p>Research ThemeAssets</p><p>Weaknesses</p><p>Opportunities</p><p>BarriersPeople</p><p>Equipment</p><p>FacilitiesStrategies</p></li><li><p>MilestonesResearch TaskforceOctober 8*1st Research Forumdevelopment &amp; assignment of tasksOctober 9-22Subgroup meetings on tasksOctober 25Initial Completion of TasksOctober 27*2nd Research Forumdiscussion of Tasks; begin 1st draftNovember 11st Draft to Taskforce for comment (due Nov 4th)November 5th*Taskforce meetingassign additional tasks/discussionNovember 12thCompletion of additional tasksNovember 15th 2nd Draft to Taskforce for comment (due Nov 18th)November 19th*Taskforce meetingdiscussion and commentNovember 30th* Public Presentation of 3rd Draft/public feedbackDecember 3rd*Taskforce meeting to review/comment final draftDecember 10thCompletion of final draftDecember 15thFinal Report to the President</p><p>*Face to Face meetings</p></li></ul>