Public University Faculty Awards in Science

Recently, the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, publisher of the prestigious journal Science, released the names of just over 700 U.S. faculty members who had been named fellows of the AAAS.  Below is a partial breakdown, showing the public institutions with at least five fellows for the current year.

In addition, we will have a separate list showing the number of National Academy of Sciences (NAS) members for each university.  Membership in the NAS is extremely selective.

Some of the numbers may be a surprise, but what is no surprise is the prominence of University of California schools, especially on the NAS list.

New Fellows AAAS (note: our list does not include fellows from medical schools affiliated with universities)

Michigan–19 (led all institutions, public and private)

Ohio State–18 (second among all institutions)

Univ of S. Florida–14

UC Davis–13

UC Irvine–13

Maryland–11

UC San Diego–11

Washington–11

Indiana–10

Purdue–9

North Carolina–8

Stony Brook–8

UC Santa Barbara–8

Washington State–8

Georgia Tech–7

Minnesota–7

Tennessee–7

UCLA–7

UT Austin–7

Illinois–6

Penn State–6

Colorado State–5

Florida–5

Georgia–5

Missouri–5

Rutgers–5

Univ of Cent. Florida–5

The next list shows public institutions that have at least ten faculty members in the National Academy of Sciences:

UC Berkeley–129 (third highest in the nation, public or private, following Harvard and Stanford)

UC San Diego–65

Washington–47

UCLA–40

Wisconsin–38

UC Santa Barbara–33

Illinois–26

Michigan–24

Colorado–20

Rutgers–20

UC Davis–20

UC Irvine–20

UT Austin–17

Florida–14

Maryland–14

Penn State–13

Arizona–12

Ohio State–12

Arizona State–11

Minnesota–11

Stony Brook–10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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