UH Research a Story of Progress and Potential

·By Katherine Poythress

Courtesy of the University of Hawaii

Civil Beat analysis finds university on the move, but still lagging economic powerhouses.


Do you believe research at the University of Hawaii can drive the growth of the state's economy? If so, why? If not, what's missing? Join the conversation.

  1. Includes citations.

  2. Dollars awarded in 2010. Does not include projects funded by Recovery Act.

  3. University of Wisconsin at Madison and Milwaukee only.

  4. UH Manoa + Hilo only.

  5. UCSD + SIO

  6. UH Manoa + Hilo only.

  7. UW 12 campuses.

  8. FY2010, includes debt service, retirement and health benefits for ALL employees, as well as funding for Small Business Development Center. Also includes federal and federal stimulus.

  9. FY2009-2010.

  10. 2008-09. Total system “allocated position count for faculty” minus that for community colleges.

  11. October 2010. Uses two sources. 5879 "academic FTE," minus 741 full time student assistants, minus .40 x 3052 = 1231 part time student assistants.

  12. State appropriations for all but community colleges in UW system.

  13. 2008-2009.