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Annual Report

CeMaST promotes excellence in the teaching and the learning of science, technology, and mathematics education at Illinois State University. The primary goal of CeMaST is to pursue and support projects and activities that seek to improve the teaching and learning of science, technology, and mathematics. CeMaST has released its 2014 annual report.

CeMaST Annual Report

2013-2014 CeMaST Annual Report Cover
2013-2014 CeMaST Annual Report

Archived CeMaST Annual Reports

2012-2013 CeMaST Annual Report

2011-2012 CeMaST Annual Report

2010-2011 CeMaST Annual Report

2009-2010 CeMaST Annual Report

CeMaST's Impact Over 20 Years

Annual Publications from CeMaST
Figure 1. Publications by type from 1992 to 2013. These publications include peer reviewed journals, monographs, textbooks, and curriculum materials published as textbooks. Note: Annual reports were not found for some of the early CeMaST years, nor in 2001, 2002, and 2003.
Total Active Grants
Figure 2. Total Number of Active Grant Awards. These values represent the total number of different awards active during any particular year.
Annual Inflation Adjusted Awards
Figure 3. Total Grant Dollars received by CeMaST. These values include all awards at ISU in which CeMaST had a role: either CeMaST-driven, or CeMaST-assisted, or CeMaST-encouraged. These values are the largest and most favorable view of CeMaST's role in grant writing and procurement. Values are inflation-adjusted to 2013 dollars so that earlier awards are given appropriate credit.
Annual Comparison Grant Awards Most Optimistic View
Figure 4. Total Grant Dollars received by CeMaST. These values include all awards at ISU in which CeMaST had a role: either CeMaST-driven, or CeMaST-assisted, or CeMaST-encouraged. These values are the largest and most favorable view of CeMaST's role in grant writing and procurement. Values are inflation-adjusted to 2013 dollars so that earlier awards are given appropriate credit. Non-inflation adjusted values are also shown as well as the annual Dow Jones Industrial Average (X 500 pts to get it on the same scale) to demonstrate the overall status of the economy during the award periods.
Annual Comparison Grant Awards (Dollars) Fair CeMaST  Proportion
Figure 5. Total Grant Dollars received by CeMaST with fair CeMaST proportion. These values are the previously reported values adjusted to represent the fair role CeMaST played in obtaining the grant and/or in operating the grant. While a subjective decision on the appropriate percent of each award, it tends to be higher on those awards that are CeMaST-driven, or CeMaST-assisted, versus those that are CeMaST-encouraged. Figures 4 and 5 show a significant increase in CeMaST's role in helping others across campus to procure grants over the past twenty years.
Cumulative ISU General Revenue Input and External Grants Received
Figure 6. Total Cumulative General Revenue spent to operate CeMaST and Total Grant Dollars received by CeMaST (fair CeMaST proportion). These graphs show the cumulative amount of revenue generated by CeMaST in support of various projects compared to the sumulative amount general revenue spent by ISU. The general revenue includes salaries and operating costs, but not benefits for employees.
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