UMass research spending surpasses $500M in FY2012

THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS' research spending surpassed the $500 million mark for the third consecutive year during the fiscal year of 2012, climbing 1.8 percent over FY2011 to $586.7 million.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS' research spending surpassed the $500 million mark for the third consecutive year during the fiscal year of 2012, climbing 1.8 percent over FY2011 to $586.7 million.
BOSTON – Research spending at the University of Massachusetts in fiscal year 2012 surpassed the $500 million mark for the third consecutive year, UMass President Robert L. Caret announced Wednesday. Preliminary data compiled by the school’s Office of Institutional Research showed that the institution’s R&D expenditures climbed 1.8 percent to $598.5 million during fiscal 2012…

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