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Table 30. Higher education R&D expenditures at high-Hispanic-enrollment institutions, ranked by all R&D expenditures, by source of funds: FY 2013
(Dollars in thousands)
Rank Institution All R&D expenditures   Federal government   State and local government   Institution funds   Business   Nonprofit organizations   All other sources  
  All HHE institutions 1,632,914   956,243   124,547   369,875   55,507   89,636   37,106  
1 U. NM 227,703   158,057   2,604   54,996   4,675   6,193   1,178  
2 U. TX, Health Science Ctr., San Antonio 175,983   99,198   9,344   35,125   10,633   21,683   0  
3 U. CA, Santa Cruz 150,777   91,002   3,419   28,041   8,872   15,296   4,147  
4 NM State U. 142,365   86,806   17,717   24,687   3,609   2,068   7,478  
5 U. CA, Riverside 132,617   59,065   9,757   38,603   8,059   8,999   8,134  
6 FL International U. 128,070   72,357   8,626   40,626   3,480   2,543   438  
7 San Diego State U. 86,733   51,274   5,554   26,736   333   2,713   123  
8 U. TX, El Paso 83,249   38,253   17,403   15,755   2,577   954   8,307  
9 CUNY, City C. 55,138   40,094   2,688   9,035   2,542   274   505  
10 U. TX, San Antonio 53,626   29,078   12,676   7,553   738   3,270   311  
11 U. PR, Medical Sciences Campus 43,374   31,037   2,582   7,119   1,490   1,146   0  
12 TX State U., San Marcos 37,053   14,908   5,021   12,646   1,133   3,345   0  
13 U. PR, Rio Piedras 29,234   17,946   99   10,629   0   296   264  
14 U. PR, Mayaguez 29,225   14,414   959   11,265   1,839   600   148  
15 U. CA, Merced 22,909   10,983   1,011   9,030   321   445   1,119  
16 TX A&M U., Kingsville 18,653   7,002   3,375   3,182   566   4,528   0  
17 CA State U., Fullerton 18,478   11,716   2,125   3,722   85   769   61  
18 TX A&M U., Corpus Christi 17,418   6,129   3,758   3,194   1,383   2,790   164  
19 CA State U., Long Beach 12,796   10,701   589   NA   511   389   606  
20 Ponce School of Medicine and Health Sciences 12,243   11,251   992   0   0   0   0  
21 CUNY, Graduate Ctr. 11,982   2,827   648   2,200   0   4,049   2,258  
22 CA State U., San Bernardino 11,942   6,190   3,042   2,624   30   56   0  
23 U. TX, Brownsville 10,385   8,733   684   845   0   123   0  
24 CA State U., Northridge 9,640   7,906   1,067   81   65   519   2  
25 U. TX, Pan American 9,425   5,191   1,367   1,734   368   765   0  
26 CA State U., San Marcos 8,809   6,271   199   1,526   1   812   0  
27 St. Edward's U. 8,040   5,500   40   750   100   150   1,500  
28 U. Metropolitana 7,835   7,226   0   609   0   0   0  
29 CA State U., Fresno 7,682   2,682   2,789   1,897   119   195   0  
30 CA State U., Los Angeles 7,659   7,065   0   229   0   365   0  
31 CUNY, John Jay C. of Criminal Justice 7,355   3,546   0   1,076   949   1,491   293  
32 U. Central del Caribe 7,095   5,946   230   919   0   0   0  
33 CA State Polytechnic U., Pomona 6,988   2,996   954   2,230   622   186   0  
34 U. del Turabo 6,916   747   0   6,169   0   0   0  
35 CA State U., Monterey Bay 6,129   4,961   505   595   0   68   0  
36 CA State U., Dominguez Hills 4,671   4,235   198   0   0   238   0  
37 TX A&M International U. 3,674   868   904   298   142   1,443   19  
38 CUNY, Lehman C. 2,904   1,874   0   784   6   238   2  
39 CA State U., Bakersfield 2,602   1,721   24   854   3   0   0  
40 Sul Ross State U. 2,159   735   301   576   60   487   0  
41 U. PR, Cayey 1,726   1,168   0   558   0   0   0  
42 U. del Este 1,558   972   0   586   0   0   0  
43 U. PR, Humacao 1,455   1,452   0   3   0   0   0  
44 U. Houston, Downtown 1,444   1,183   26   156   0   79   0  
45 CA State U., Stanislaus 1,342   650   603   0   52   29   8  
46 CA State U., Channel Islands 1,236   425   667   89   0   14   41  
47 NM Highlands U. 1,209   741   0   468   0   0   0  
48 U. TX, Permian Basin 1,146   974   0   0   144   28   0  
49 Mercy C. 262   187   0   75   0   0   0  

NA = not available; data were not provided by institution.
HHE = high Hispanic enrollment.
NOTE: HHE institutions are those whose undergraduate, full-time equivalent student enrollment is at least 25% Hispanic, according to fall 2012 data in Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, directed by the National Center for Education Statistics.
SOURCE: National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, Higher Education Research and Development Survey, FY 2013.
Data from survey cycle FY 2013, as of 31 July 2014.