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Norfolk State University received $20.246 million in awards during fiscal year 2010-11

Tuesday, December 20, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Maurice Hawkins
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Norfolk State University received $20.246 million in awards during fiscal year 2010-11



Norfolk State University received $20.246 million in awards during fiscal year 2010-11—the highest level received in the history of the University, according to Joseph C. Hall, vice president for research and economic development. The funding represents a 16.2 percent increase over the 2009-10 fiscal year and is 32.3 percent higher than fiscal year 2008-09.

Hall attributes the increase to a better awareness of the quality and type of research conducted at the University and to improved solicitation strategies. "Our research is no longer a best kept secret,” said Hall. "Accordingly, Norfolk State University now successfully assumes a posture of competitor, innovator and sought-after partner.” In addition, Hall said that continued efforts are made to increase the quality and dollar value of strategically sought-out proposal submissions and faculty are encouraged to pursue nontraditional sponsors and to increase partnerships.  (Click here for more information)




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