Georgia State University has set another record for research expenditures, investing $206.4 million in fiscal year (FY) 2021, according to an annual survey conducted by the National Science Foundation.
This year’s report shows Georgia State ranked No. 118 out of the 648 schools nationwide that participated, landing it among the top 20 percent in research expenditures for the fifth year in a row.
Since FY2017, Georgia State’s research expenditures have topped $1 billion. The report places Georgia State at No. 1 in Georgia and No. 12 in the nation for research and development expenditures in fields outside of science and engineering. In addition, Georgia State is No. 1 in the state and No. 19 in the nation for research and development expenditures in the social sciences.
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