OSU Graduate and Postdoc Programs against its Benchmark Institutions

 
Grad Stud in Sci-Eng-Health Postdoc in Sci-Eng-Health
20052009 20052009
Institution NumberRank NumberRank NumberRank NumberRank
Arizona3,289403,909343414732257
Florida 6,918 17,496 36022259724
Illinois5,352145,921104163050632
UCLA5,427115,185191,094 41,141 8
Maryland 4,807185,280182735832555
Michigan6,109 65,943 94342149510
Minnesota6,817 36,925 56871786313
OSU5,112175,578144003655229
Penn State4,654214,977224033449333
Texas 4,340244,819261857525965
Washington5,593106,378 7963 71024 11
Wisconsin5,259165,743125952378615
Data Src[a] [b] [c] [d]

Colorcoding. Florida and Maryland were added about 2007 while Texas was removed (as having no medical school).

Institution that have comparable performance in graduate and postdoc mentoring are Michigan and Washington.

[a] NSF: Graduate Students and Postdocs in Science and Engineering: Fall 2005 . See Table 48. GS in science, engineering and health fields ranked by 2005 graduate student total: 1998-2005. (Top school: U Florida 6,918)

[b] NSF: Graduate Students and Postdocs in Science and Engineering: Fall 2009 Table 68 Graduate Students and Postdocs in Science and Engineering: Fall 2009

[c] NSF see [a]. See Table 51 Postdoctoral appointees by area of study ranked by number of appointees. Ranking includes health fields (not given here). [Top school are Harvard (4,384), John Hopkins (1,442) and Standford ((1,094).]

[d] NSF: see [b], See Table 71 postdoctoral appointee by field, 2009 [Top schools are Harvard (5,594), Standford (1,590), John Hopkins (1,570), UC-Berkeley (1,361), UC-SF (1,320), Yale (1,195), MIT (1,193).. Between '05 & '09, Berkeley jumped 487, UCSF 317, Yale 183, MIT 342. Among benchmark in 2009 Mich, Wash, Minn, and Wisc crunch up below UCLA.]


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