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Carnegie Mellon spends the most on research ($284.30M) of the 420 private colleges in the Mid Atlantic with at most $9.958M in research expenses - operation and maintenance of plant. Those $284.30M represent 19.8% of the total across the 420 private colleges, whose average is $3.60M, and 1.7% among all private colleges.

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after Carnegie Mellon ($284.30M, $9.958M), closest are George Washington Univ ($148.20M, $2.898M), U of Delaware ($109.60M, $7.319M), Thomas Jefferson Univ ($107.20M, $2.765M), and Drexel ($96.60M, $9.003M), ending with Education and Technology Inst. ($0.0K, $0.00K).

17 out of the other 419 private colleges were ruled out due to missing, unknown, or not-applicable values for research spending, e.g., Relay Graduate School of Education.

References

  1. The regions of the country are divided into New England, Mid Atlantic, Southeast, Southwest, Far West, Rocky Mountains, Great Lakes, Plains, and Outlying Areas.
  2. Research-Operation and maintenance of plant. The source is the IPEDS FY 2013 finance data file F1213_F2 of private not-for-profit institutions and public institutions that use accounting standards established by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB).
  3. Spending on research and public services is from the Finance Data File 2009 (Revised March 2012) as reported by the National Center for Education Statistics (http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds).

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Carnegie Mellon spends the most on research ($284.30M) of the 420 private colleges in the Mid Atlantic with at most $9.958M in research expenses - operation and maintenance of plant. Those $284.30M represent 19.8% of the total across the 420 private colleges, whose average is $3.60M, and 1.7% among all private colleges.
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