June 2022


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Arthur B Pyster <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 9 Jun 2022 18:31:46 +0000
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All, here is the monthly performance report for CEC research through April 2022. Only two more months to report in FY22.

EXPENDITURES:  At $70.9M, expenditures from May 1, 2021, through April 30, 2022, are down slightly from what we were seeing the last three months, but still 15% than a year ago, when we logged $61.7M. BENG and ME both set records. CS had its best performance since December 2020.

AWARDS:  At $63.1M, awards from May 1, 2021, through April 30, 2022, are also down a little from what we were seeing recently and also down from $69.5M logged a year ago. No records set by any department or center this time. Nevertheless, compared to a year ago, BENG is up 84%, CS and IST more than doubled, the Deanís office almost tripled, and ME is up 7x.

PROPOSALS:  At $157.5M, proposals are down slightly from a year ago, when they were $159.8M. BENG and ME set records reflecting their steady growth in research.

INDIRECT:  At $7.7M, indirect is up 5.5% from a year ago, when it was $7.3M. ME set a record, and SEOR had its best total in almost four years.

Hope everyone enjoys the summer.

Dr. Art Pyster
Associate Dean for Research and Professor
College of Engineering and Computing
George Mason University
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