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Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Improving Our Future by Degrees. The Funding Picture: 2011 Dr. Linda Mason. State Funds +. 2012 Oklahoma grant $ obtained: SAME AS 2011 – APPROXIMATELY $600 million PUI DECREASED – 20%. Oklahoma Grant $ - 2012 $600 million for 2012

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Oklahoma state regents for higher education

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Improving Our Future by Degrees

The Funding Picture: 2011

Dr. Linda Mason


State funds

State Funds +

  • 2012 Oklahoma grant $ obtained:

    SAME AS 2011 – APPROXIMATELY $600 million

    PUI DECREASED – 20%


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Oklahoma Grant $ - 2012

$600 million for 2012

  • PUIs – 14%

  • PhDs – 86%

    However, PUIs enroll 73% students


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$399,451,700 for 2004

PUIs 14% ($57,780,000) for 2004

PhDs 86% ($341,671,800) for 2004

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State allocation funds

State Allocation Funds

State Budget 2012

- OSRHE 4.9% decrease in 2010

7% decrease in 2011,

0% change in 2012

- Other agencies – up to 10% decrease

Source: 2012 Oklahoma Legislature


State grant funds

State Grant Funds

State R&D $

  • OCAST

  • Oklahoma Nanotechnology Initiative

  • State EDGE Initiative (0 funding 2012)

  • EPSCoR $ to Universities and state initiatives

  • INBRE Grant – 6 universities, 2 community colleges

  • College Access Grants

  • Oklahoma is leader of 21 Complete College America states


State federal grant

State Federal Grant $ +

In 2010 Oklahoma ranked

  • 33rd in total Science and Engineering faculty,

  • 34th in per person income,

  • 39th in federal grant dollars

  • 39th in NSF grants,

  • 40th in DOD grants,

  • 40th in NASA grants

  • 33rd in USDA grants.

    Source: Science and Engineering State Profiles: 2005-07. NSF 08-314 | August 2008. http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/nsf08314/


State federal grant1

State Federal Grant $ +

Performer

_________________________________________________________________________________

AgencyTotalFederal Univ &Other State, local Rank intramuralcolleges nonprofits government

___________________________________________________________________________________

All agencies 253,60268,85731,0561,76842

Agriculture22,89712,62510,1960 7633

Commerce11,211 6,292 4,3490 017

Defense58,38220,268 3,804244 040

Energy 9,928 2,256 4,4721,550 034

Health, Human Services88,396 2,55254,27528,0601,38836

Homeland Security 2,006 1,082 0772 027

Interior 1,890 1,562 3280 043

Transportation10,254 8,887 1600 0 9

EPA15,13613,764 1,0680 304 9

NASA16,87115,0461,825 028

NSF16,63114,601430 039

Rank 40 34 39 25 34–

Source: Science and Engineering State Profiles: 2005-07. NSF

08-314 | August 2008. http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/nsf08314/


Oklahoma performance in obtaining federal grant funds

Oklahoma Performance in Obtaining Federal Grant Funds +

Big 12 Higher Ed Research Rankings

Big 12 States Fed R&D $ S&E Doctorates

Texas 2 3

Missouri 2023

Colorado 2516

Oklahoma 3333 Kansas 3234

Nebraska 3638

Source: Science and Engineering State Profiles: 2005-07. NSF 08-314 | August 2008. http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/nsf08314/


Federal grant funds

Federal Grant Funds +

U.S. spending on all R&D totaled

  • $368.1 billion in 2007

  • $395 billion in 2009

  • $450 billion in 2012

  • ARRA added $575 to 2009


Federal r d funds

Federal R&D Funds

  • Oklahoma obligates .16% of its gross state product of $139,000 to federal R&D

  • Down 17% over 5 years

    (compared to Alabama – 1.33% of $165,796)

  • US – 0.81% of U.S. gross domestic product - up 33% over 5 years

    Source: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/fedfunds/


Federal r d funds1

Federal R&D Funds

Leading targets for federal R&D spending -

  • California

  • Maryland

  • Massachusetts

  • Virginia

  • Texas

    Increasing states -

  • Montana

  • Washington

  • Utah

  • Tennessee

  • ColoradoSource: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/fedfunds/


Foundations

Foundations

.

  • Nonprofit foundation giving +2.1%

    Source: The Chronicle of Philanthropy, July 2012.

  • Corporate foundation giving down -3.3% decrease from 2008

    Source: The Foundation Center annual report, June 2012.

  • All Grantmaking foundations – 75% expect 2012 giving to increase from 2011

    Source: The Foundation Center, June 2012,


Recession patterns

RECESSION PATTERNS

90% of foundations increased giving

in the last 3 US recessions.

Source - “Giving During Recessions and Economic Slowdowns” by the Center on

Philanthropy at Indiana University. Giving USA Spotlight, Issue 3, 2008, Giving USA

Foundation.


Recession patterns1

RECESSION PATTERNS

Charitable Giving Patterns as They Relate to Recessions and Economic Slowdowns

40-years (1967 to 2007)

Giving +0.8% in years with an economic slowdown.

Giving -2.7% in years 8+ months of recession

Individual giving - 3.9%

Foundation giving - 0.1%

Corporate giving - 1.6%

Human services organizations in recessions +0.7% and longer recessions +5%

Source - “Giving During Recessions and Economic Slowdowns” by the Center on

Philanthropy at Indiana University. Giving USA Spotlight, Issue 3, 2008, Giving USA

Foundation.


Oklahoma grantsmanship

OKLAHOMA GRANTSMANSHIP

  • Oklahoma’s Federal R&D funding capture

    rate is low: 42nd of 51 (in the bottom 25%)

    employed S&E doctorates 33rd

    SOURCE – NSF, 2008

  • Oklahoma ranks 37th in federal income tax payment.

    SOURCE – Chronicle of Higher Education 2006

  • Oklahoma ranks 34thin average income

  • Oklahoma ranks 50th in federal, state, and local taxes as a share of taxpayer income.

    SOURCE – Post Secondary Education Opportunity, December 2007


Oklahoma grantsmanship1

OKLAHOMA GRANTSMANSHIP

60% of university federal R&D funds – California

Michigan

New York

Texas


Oklahoma grantsmanship2

OKLAHOMA GRANTSMANSHIP

If Oklahoma at top - + $1.1 billion

If Oklahoma average – + $11 million


Oklahoma grantsmanship3

OKLAHOMA GRANTSMANSHIP

What does this information mean?

Put your grants in context.


Oklahoma grantsmanship4

OKLAHOMA GRANTSMANSHIP

R&D continue to increase

R&D are considered valuable

OK has a ways to go!


Oklahoma grantsmanship5

OKLAHOMA GRANTSMANSHIP

Oklahoma higher education has an emerging grantsmanship culture.

OK Higher education added more than ½ again to the annual budget.

$1 billion + $600 million


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Oklahoma+

  • Oklahoma legislature approved a flat budget instead of a cut for Oklahoma Higher Education in 2012.


Oklahoma

Oklahoma+

OSRHE distributes grants –

Brain Gain Grants

College Access Grant

Reach Higher

Minority Teacher Recruitment Center

- College Connection

- Special Projects

No Child Left Behind Act, Title III, Part A

Nursing and Allied Health Initiative

Summer Academies

GEAR UP College Access OHLAP/Oklahoma’s Promise Urban Initiative Outreach Program Grants


Summary

SUMMARY

  • Despite the weak economy, grants are increasing in all sectors

  • Grant competition is increasing

  • New initiatives will be presented by the new presidential administration

  • Oklahoma, a low producer in grantsmanship,

    is improving steadily


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Keep telling the story; it’s a greatstory!

  • Oklahoma has had a +25% in degrees conferred over 5 years, when enrollment levels are +8%

  • For every $1 invested in higher education, Oklahoma receives $5+ back

  • For every $1 invested in grantsmanship, Oklahoma receives $1 million back!

    We ARE improving our grantsmanship


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What does it mean?

We are improving quality

instead of simply focusing on access.

Results:

  • Better degrees

  • Stronger economy

  • Graduates to fill jobs

  • Higher per capita income in our state

  • Leaders for the 21st century


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YOU are finding funds that

  • Open doors

  • Build careers

  • Changes lives


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Contact:

Dr. Linda Mason

405-225-9486

[email protected]

http://www.okhighered.org/grant-opps/

IP: 164.58.250.178

GRANT WRITING AND EXTERNAL FUNDING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

2012


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