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TABLE L-1 Universities with Minerva Grants: Classification of Research Institution Type Based on Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education

University Number of Minerva Grants Institution with Highest Research Activity Institution with Higher Research Activity Institution with Moderate Research Activity Minority-Serving Institution
  1. Arizona State University-Tempe
2 x
  1. Brandeis University
1 x
  1. Brown University
1 x
  1. Carnegie Mellon University
2 x
  1. Columbia University in the City of New York
3 x
  1. Cornell University
2 x
  1. Duke University
4 x
  1. George Mason University
3 x
  1. George Washington University
1 x
  1. Georgetown University
1 x
  1. Georgia Institute of Technology–Main Campus
1 x
  1. Georgia State University
3 x
  1. Harvard University–Boston Children’s Hospital
1 x
  1. Johns Hopkins University
1 x
  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3 x
  1. Ohio State University–Main Campus
1 x
  1. Pennsylvania State University–Main Campus
1 x
  1. Princeton University
1 x
Suggested Citation:"Appendix L: Universities with Minerva Grants." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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  1. Rutgers University–New Brunswick
1 x
  1. Stanford University
2 x
  1. Texas A & M University–College Station
2 x
  1. The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
2 x
  1. The University of Texas at Arlington
1 x x
  1. The University of Texas at Austin
2 x
  1. Tufts University
2 x
  1. University of Arizona
1 x
  1. University of California–Berkeley
3 x
  1. University of California–Davis
1 x
  1. University of California–Los Angeles
2 x
  1. University of California–San Diego
7 x
  1. University of Chicago
3 x
  1. University of Colorado Boulder
1 x
  1. University of Florida
1 x
  1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1 x
  1. University of Iowa
2 x
  1. University of Kansas
2 x
  1. University of Maryland–College Park
7 x x
  1. University of North Texas
1 x
  1. University of Pennsylvania
1 x
  1. University of Southern California
2 x x
Suggested Citation:"Appendix L: Universities with Minerva Grants." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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University Number of Minerva Grants Institution with Highest Research Activity Institution with Higher Research Activity Institution with Moderate Research Activity Minority-Serving Institution
  1. University of Utah
1 x
  1. University of Virginia–Main Campus
2 x
  1. University of Washington–Seattle Campus
1 x
  1. University of Wisconsin–Madison
1 x
  1. Virginia Commonwealth University
1 x
  1. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
2 x
  1. College of William and Mary
1 x
  1. Naval Postgraduate School
3 x
  1. The New School
1 x
  1. University of Denver
1 x
  1. University of Massachusetts–Lowell
1 x
  1. University of Memphis
1 x x
  1. University of North Carolina at Charlotte
2 x
  1. Arizona State University–Downtown Phoenix
1 x x
  1. Boise State University
1 x
  1. San Francisco State University
1 x
Total Number of Institutions 56 46 10 3 5
Suggested Citation:"Appendix L: Universities with Minerva Grants." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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University Number of Minerva Grants Institution with Highest Research Activity Institution with Higher Research Activity Institution with Moderate Research Activity Minority-Serving Institution
Universities without Carnegie Research Classification
  1. Middlebury Institute of International Studies
1
  1. Australian National University (AU)
2
  1. King’s College, London (UK)
1
  1. University College, London (UK)
1
  1. University of Exeter (UK)
1
  1. University of Guelph (CA)
1
  1. University of New South Wales (AU)
1
  1. University of Queensland (AU)
1
Total Number of Institutions 9
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The Minerva Research Initiative is a Department of Defense (DoD) social science grant program that funds unclassified basic research relevant to national security. The goal of the program is to make use of the intellectual capital of university-based social scientists to inform understanding of issues important to DoD and the broader national security community. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative discusses the program's successes and challenges over its first decade of operation, and highlights ways to strengthen the program’s foundations and take advantage of opportunities for broadening its reach and usefulness.

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