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Clark School Leads University Research Earnings

Clark School Leads University Research Earnings

The Clark School led the campus in sponsored research dollars in fiscal year 2006, bringing in more than $77 million − $47 million more than any other school on campus and $1 million more than it brought in last year.


In total, the campus raised $350 million in sponsored research money and the Clark School brought in 22 percent of that.


The university honored its research leaders at an annual luncheon on Nov. 14. Of the 233 faculty recognized, 25 percent were from the Clark School.


November 15, 2006

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