5-9.3 Enrollment and degrees, by educational level, race/ethnicity, and citizenship, 2007
5-9.4 Percentage of 2004 freshmen at 4-year institutions who aspire STEM majors who then completed STEM degrees in 4 and 5 years, by race/ethnicity
5-10.1 Doctorate awards to temporary visa holder by major field of study, 2009
5-10.2 Year-to-year percentage change in international student participation in U.S. graduate education, 2003 to 2004 through 2009 to 2010
5-10.3 Science and engineering doctorates awarded by U.S. institutions to non-U.S. citizens on temporary visas

TABLES

2-1 U.S. Ranking Relative to Other Countries on Innovation and Competitiveness, 2011

3-1 Indicators and Weights for Academic Ranking of World Universities

4-1 Average One-, Three-, Five-, and Ten-Year Net Returns on University Endowments, By Endowment Size, Fiscal Years 2009 and 2010
4-2a Chinese University Programs in QS World University Rankings, by Field
4-2b Chinese University Programs in Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities, by Field, 2010

5-1.1 U.S. R&D, 2008 Expenditures
5-4.1 Strategies Deployed by Public and Private Doctoral Institutions to Address the Financial Consequences of the Economic Downturn (percentage that reported employing the strategy, Winter 2011)
5-6.1 Science and Engineering Research and Development Expenditures at Universities and Colleges: FY 2004-2009 (Millions of current dollars)
5-7.1 AAU-APLU-COGR Suggestions for Easing Compliance Burden on Research Universities
5-8.1 Percentage of Full-Time Science, Engineering, and Health Graduate Students by Source of Support, Federal Agencies in 1988, 1998, and 2008
5-8.2 Percent of Doctoral Programs that Track the Career Outcomes of Their Graduates, by Field, 2006


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