UNC Receives Increased Research Funding For 2013

By Michael Papich Posted July 25, 2013 at 1:52 pm

CHAPEL HILL – Amidst budget crunching at public universities statewide, UNC Chancellor Carol Folt says her new University secured more than $777 million in research funding for 2013.

“That was an increase of more than $11 million,” Folt says.

UNC received its largest amount of funding from the National Institute of Health, which gave close to $367 million for research. While Folt says that the University is pushing for more diverse sources of funding, she says the increased funding from government agencies is a positive sign.

“In this federal climate, that is an enormous accomplishment,” Folt says.

UNC has built two new research facilities in the past year: the Carolina Physical Science Complex and the Genome Sciences Building.

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