FY22 Research By the Numbers
The University of Michigan reported $1.71 billion in research volume during Fiscal Year 2022, an 8.4% increase compared to Fiscal Year 2021.
Research Volume by Sponsor
The university reported a record $973 million in federally sponsored research expenditures across the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses during FY22. And institutional investment of U-M research during FY22 totaled $553 million, which supported research-related infrastructure projects, sparked multidisciplinary initiatives and aided in faculty retention efforts.
Research Volume by U-M Unit
The Medical School reported $735 million in research expenditures during FY22, an 11 percent increase when compared to FY21. The College of Engineering reported $282 million in research expenditures during Fy22, while the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts reported $211 million in annual research volume.
Research Volume Over Time
The university reported increases in research expenditures sponsored by the federal government and nonfederal partners during FY22, contributing to an 8.4 percent increase in total research volume when compared to the previous fiscal year.
Research Awards and Submissions
U-M received 1,954 research awards during FY22, with a total value of $1.45 billion. The university also reported 5,534 research submissions during FY22, with a total value of $5.49 billion.
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