Report: Research Support Funding Faces Risk

Rick Seltzer, Inside Higher Ed

A new report on U.S. academic research budgets concludes that research enablement and support functions — which under federally awarded research grants are reimbursed under indirect cost rates negotiated by universities — face risk. The nonprofit research and strategy group Ithaka S+R released the report today, examining budget issues the scientific research field faces. It found that externally funded research has been the most resilient major revenue source for large universities during the pandemic.

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