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UNL Office of Research  October 2009
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From the vice chancellor

Through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, our country is providing unprecedented funding for research. As of Sept. 30, UNL faculty had received 45 ARRA grants totaling more than $15.7 million, and we are awaiting more good news on pending proposals.

This funding is crucial for our nation's research infrastructure and capacity if we are to collectively address society's greatest challenges and improve the well-being of our people, our environment and our economy. ARRA funding also is expanding opportunities for our students to work with
faculty on research and scholarship that hones their critical thinking skills and provides valuable firsthand experience.

I deeply appreciate the enormous energy and effort that our faculty have invested to pursue these funds. Despite intense competition, we have been successful in many areas. That speaks to the quality of your ideas and work as well as your commitment to succeed.
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