tanto recaudas, tanto vales

Cómo impresionan estos CV académicos donde han de constar los millones de dólares recaudados por el investigador-empresario… Cómo nos desvelan, con claridad meridiana, el rumbo que sigue la universidad. Por ejemplo, en el CV de Peter Levine (http://peterlevine.ws/?page_id=6720 ):


Grants and contracts

I have been Principal Investigator on 76 grants or contracts totaling $8.7 million and the co-PI on three grants totaling $8 million. As Associate Dean, I oversee two grant-funded centers (CIRCLE and the Institute for Democracy and Higher Education) whose directors are usually the PIs. Their annual income is between $1 million and $2 million. I have also assisted the Dean of Tisch College in raising grants and gifts.

Obtained at Tufts University since July 2012

Corporation for National and Community Service effects of national service on employment $210,215
Foundation for Civic Leadership and The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement (The PI reports to me; I am not the PI) $853,875
W.T Grant Foundation Reducing Inequality through Youth Civic Empowerment $ 125,000
Spencer Foundation How Teachers Address Inequality in Their Instruction $ 25,000
State of Florida through University of South Florida Partnership for Civic Learning $ 50,000
Democracy Fund News Literacy Education $ 125,000
Spencer Foundation Evaluation of Illinois Professional Development $50,000
Democracy Fund with Knight Foundation and McCormick Foundation Evaluation of the Online News Association $ 50,000
Healthy Democracy, Inc. Massachusetts Citizens Initiative Review $ 25,000
Democracy Fund Monkey Cage blog series $13,200
Library of Congress Interactive Civics $ 7,500
American Association of University Women NEA/AAUW Survey on Gender and Leadership $ 7,500
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation Research on K-12 Education II $ 175,000
Bill of Rights Institute (BORI) Documents for Freedom evaluation $ 56,500
Center for Public Integity (CPI) Impact Evaluation of Media Influence on the Treatment of Money in Politics $ 50,000
Close Up Foundation Close Up Foundation formative evaluation $ 18,000
DePauw Sub (Carnegie Corp. Prime) Mapping the Humanities in Indiana $ 40,000
US Dept of Ed. primed through Filament Games Discussion Maker evaluation $ 120,000
Engelhard Foundation Moving the Needle $ 75,000
Foundation for Civic Leadership National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) $ 310,065
Indiana Humanities Council Indiana Humanities Council mapping project $ 7,250
Jobs for the Future Deeper Learning for Civic Engagement $ 20,000
Knight Foundation Generation Citizen evaluation $ 95,900
National Conference on Leadership NCoC Civic Health Index $ 84,000
Ford Foundation via National Council for the Social Studies planning grant $ 10,000
Omidyar Network evaluation of several election-related initiatives $ 295,000
Online News Association Evaluation $ 50,000
Poynter Institute PunditFact evaluation $ 45,000
Spencer Foundation Civic Education, Youth Engagement, and Public Policy $ 350,000
Spencer Foundation How Teachers Address Inequality in Their Instruction $ 25,000
The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation Discretionary Voter Suppression and College Students $ 47,162
The McCormick Foundation Illinois Civic Mission of Schools coalition assessment $ 15,000
The McCormick Foundation National Survey of Civics Teachers $ 30,000
The Nonzero Foundation Bloggingheads evaluation (SRA) $ 15,000
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Who Are the Most Civically Engaged Americans? $ 50,000
Tides Foundation youth voting survey $ 100,000
University of Central Florida, Lou Frey Institute Partnership for Civic Learning $ 50,000
WT Grant Foundation Engaging stakeholders $ 25,000

Grants and contracts at Tufts University during 2008-2012, for which I was Principal Investigator

Corporation for National and Community Service Social network for college students $570,000
Foundation for Civic Leadership National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement $310,000
US Department of Education (via University of Wisconsin prime) Legislative Aide experiment $110,000
Corporation for National and Community Service Research on volunteerism $128,000
Bridging Theory to Practice Psychosocial determinants of civic engagement $100,000
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation Research on Civic Education $100,000
Next Generation Learning Challenge iCivics evaluation $82,714
National Conference on Citizenship Civic Health Index $80,000
Kettering Foundation Research on non-college youth $72,000
Spencer Foundation Longitudinal Study of Controversial Issues Discussion in High Schools $25,000
New America Foundation Change and Stability in Perceptions of the Social Contract $25,000
Corporation for National and Community Service (via Penn State) Effects of AmeriCorps service $25,000
Massachusetts Department of Education Green in the Middle Evaluation $29,104
Aspen Institute White paper on civic communications $20,000
Civic Enterprises LLC “Civic Lives of Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom Veterans” $20,000
Corporation for National and Community Service Volunteer Service as a Development Opportunity $18,000
Abt Associates consulting on service-learning randomized field experiment $10,492
Omidyar Network Strategy memo $5,000

Grants and contracts for which I was principal investigator at the University of Maryland (2006-08)

Carnegie Corporation of New York General support (2006-7) $1 million
The Pew Charitable Trusts General support (2005-6) $1,310,450
Beldon Foundation, JEHT Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, and Solidago Fund Pooled fund for randomized field studies of voting $250,000
Kettering Foundation (three grants) College students and politics $151,000
Ford Foundation Narrowing of the K-12 curriculum $100,000
National Conference on Citizenship (four contracts) Civic health reports $139,980
Kellogg Foundation (via Brandeis University prime) Emerging scholars in service-learning $44,000
Spencer Foundation The Changing Transition to Adulthood $49,070
Carnegie Corporation of New York Meetings on developmental psychology and political science $34,100
Case Foundation Make it Your Own Award competition evaluation $30,000
Bonner Foundation Evaluation $19,000
Tides Foundation Precinct-level turnout study $10,000
Deliberative Democracy Consortium Research paper $10,000
Generation Engage Program evaluation $5,000
Ford Foundation (coordinator, not PI) Democracy Imperative project on the digital commons $125,000
Grosvenor Fund, National Geographic Foundation Community mapping project (2004) $106,000
Kettering Foundation Website on democratic theory for journalists $35,500
The Florence and John Schumann Foundation The New Progressive Era (book) $30,000
Kettering Foundation public engagement in Federal agencies (2001) $15,000
Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek. Overall PI was Anton Vedder, University of Tilburg The Reliability of Medical Information on the Internet 10,400 Euros
Kettering Foundation Oral history project $9,700

Grants and contracts obtained for CIRCLE, when I was co-principal investigator and deputy director (2001-6)

The Pew Charitable Trusts General operating support, 2001-5 $4,570,000
The Pew Charitable Trusts General operating support, 2006-7 $2,980,000
Carnegie Corporation of New York General operating support, 2001-5 $500,000