School for Environment and Sustainability, and U-M as a whole, see record-breaking research volume in 2022
The University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) saw a significant increase in research expenditures in fiscal year 2022, with volume increasing by more than 20% to just over $23 million. U-M as a whole reported a record $1.71 billion in research expenditures which reflects an 8.4% increase in funding from the previous year. As the nation's leading public research university, U-M's research volume metrics highlight the work being done on campus that sparks new discoveries, generates new knowledge and creates positive change worldwide. At SEAS, this means addressing the most critical environmental challenges to ensure a more just and sustainable future. Many thanks to all the SEAS faculty, research scientists, staff, and students who worked hard to make this happen. Go Blue!