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Faculty Planned Capacity

Effectively estimating and planning Faculty effort is a critical component of the sustainability and efficiency of the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Carefully tracking and analyzing planned effort data at the School, Division and individual Faculty member level provides a deeper understanding of planned effort and helps to ensure the School is staffed appropriately to achieve its core mission.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Each year as part of the Faculty Annual Review (FAR) process, Faculty and their Division Chairs agree on a planned level of effort across 5 mutually exclusive categories. This process takes place between January and March of each calendar year. The planning process is intended to align planned faculty effort with the divisions strategic plan, the individual Faculty members professional development goals and the overall needs of the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The resulting level of effort is aggregated and analyzed for trends to ensure strategic alignment at the Division and School level. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Faculty Planned Effort report.

Calendar YearResearch / ScholarshipTeachingServicePatient CareAdministration*
202247%20%13%3%17%
202157%18%10%2%13%
202056%17%10%2%15%
201955%17%10%3%15%
201856%17%10%2%15%

* Note: Administration % planned effort is by formal HR appointment only.

Planned effort is for EHRA Faculty with any employment status.


Research (Externally Funded)

Externally funded research is core to the mission of the University of North Carolina and the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The following metrics are analyzed and trended in terms of externally funded research proposals, awards and award dollars.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

The total proposals represents the number of unique proposals based on the proposal approved data in RAMSeS. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Externally Funded Proposals and Awards report.

Calendar YearNewNon-Competing ContinuationResubmission or AmendmentOther*Total Proposals
2022
2021222343113300
2020240355114340
2019204363011281
2018199272113260

* Note: Other includes Recurring Contract, Renewal (competitive), Revision (competitive) and Supplement.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

The total awards represents the number of unique proposals that have been awarded and recorded as of the Official Award Date in RAMSeS. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Externally Funded Proposals and Awards report.

Calendar YearFederalBusiness and IndustryEducation and Research InstitutionsOther*Total Awards
2022
202171363434175
202060293927155
201956253522138
201857282718130

* Note: Other includes Association, Federal non-US, Foundation, Local Government, Nonprofit Organization, State Government (NC) and Not Identified.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

The total award dollars represents the total value of the award as of the Official Award Date in RAMSeS. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Externally Funded Proposals and Awards report.

Calendar YearFederalBusiness and IndustryEducation and Research InstitutionsOther*Total Awards Dollars
2022
2021$27,230,900$4,249,181$5,814,955$3,799,921$41,094,957
2020$23,655,340$4,830,443$7,211,709$3,170,695$38,868,187
2019$21,636,755$2,340,562$3,137,219$3,879,328$30,993,864
2018$21,743,718$1,856,748$3,405,250$1,506,533$28,512,249

* Note: Other includes Association, Federal (non-US, Foundation, Local Government, Nonprofit Organization, State Government (NC) and Null.


Research (Internally Funded)

Internally funded research is core to the mission of the University of North Carolina, the Eshelman School of Pharmacy and the Eshelman Institute for Innovation (EII). Output is analyzed in terms of internally funded research proposals, awards and award dollars.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Calendar YearNew ProposalsNew AwardsDollars Awarded
2022
20213415$2,857,188
20204614$1,687,943
20196827$4,240,108
20183533$4,389,623

Note:  Data represents NEW proposals, awards and award $ by calendar year as reported by the Eshelman Institute for Innovation (EII).


Research (Translation and Commercialization)

Research translation and commercialization is core to the mission of the University of North Carolina and the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Output is analyzed in terms of new invention disclosures, new patent applications and new IP-based startups that have been recorded by the UNC Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC). Careful monitoring of these metrics ensures that the research enterprise is optimally supported and is growing based on strategic intent.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

The data for research translation and commercialization is provided annually by the UNC Office of Technology Commercialization. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Translation and Commercialization report.

Calendar YearInvention Disclosures *(1)Patent Applications *(2)Intellectual Property (IP) Based Start-UpsTotal Activity
2022
2021220022
2020244129
20191811534
20181324239

* Note: All data represents new occurrences where at least one Eshelman School employee is recorded with the UNC Office of Technology Commercialization.

(1) Note: Invention Disclosures based on ROI submitted date and are new requests for invention (ROI) with a UNC Eshelman employee named and recorded by the UNC Office of Technology Commercialization.

(2) Note: Patent applications are counted based on unique patent numbers and “date filed”. They represent new provisional patents with a UNC Eshelman employee named and recorded by the UNC Office of Technology Commercialization for the US or outside the US.


Research (Scholarship)

Publishing peer reviewed scholarly works is core to the mission of the University of North Carolina and the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Output is analyzed in terms of new peer reviewed published works and citations for those works as reported in SCOPUS. Careful monitoring of these metrics ensures that the research enterprise is optimally supported and is growing based on strategic intent.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Peer reviewed publications are reported out of SCOPUS. Aggregate results for EHRA Faculty are used to understand Scholarship productivity and output at the individual, Division and School level. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Publications and Citations report.

Calendar YearArticleBook ChapterConference PaperOther*Total Publications
2022
20212989797411
20202661874349
201936514674459
201833310576424

* Note: Other includes Article in Press, Data Paper, Editorial, Erratum, Letter, Note, Review, Short Survey and Not Applicable as categorized by SCOPUS. For a description of content type definitions please click here.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Citations are reported out of SCOPUS. Aggregate results for EHRA Faculty are used to understand Scholarship productivity and impact at the individual, Division and School level. Citations are best analyzed after four or more years after the year of the official publication. Citations occur when scholars cite published works that were authored when an employee was affiliated with UNC and at the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The numbers included below continue to grow based on the relevance / importance of the material published. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Publications and Citations report.

Calendar YearArticleBook ChapterConference PaperOther*Total Publications
2022
20211,9873238112,824
20204,0610301,5175,608
20197,808472591,6199,733
201811,55724322,80914,422

* Note: Other includes Data Paper, Editorial, Erratum, Letter, Note, Review, Short Survey and Not Applicable as categorized by SCOPUS. For a description of content type definitions please click here.


Teaching

Instructional excellence is at that core of the mission of the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The following section provides a longitudinal assessment of the instructional activity and impact of our Faculty.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Immediately following each Academic Term (Spring and Fall), all assigned Educators are asked to report their actual teaching hours per course and activity performed. The resulting level of effort across all Educator types is aggregated and analyzed for trends to ensure strategic alignment and resource optimization at the School level. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Course Enrollments and Efficiency report.

Calendar YearTeaching HoursStudent EnrollmentsStudent Credit Hours (SCH)*SCH per Teaching Hour
2022
202132,9497,61121,9920.67
2020Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available
2019Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available
2018Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available

* Note: Student Credit Hours (SCH) is defined as the number of students enrolled in the course at the end of the term multiplied by the credit hours earned for course completion.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Instructor evaluations provide insight into our ability to serve the learning and professional needs of our students and is an important component to assess overall student well-being and adherence to School values. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Educator Evaluations report.

Calendar YearProfessional ProgramMS ProgramPhD ProgramOverall
2022
20214.815.004.844.82
20204.775.004.664.75
20194.684.864.564.66
20184.604.504.874.65

* Note: The evaluation scale is from 1 – 5 with 5 being the highest rating possible. The score is aggregated across all completed student evaluations and is a measure of overall teaching effectiveness.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Instructor evaluations are coordinated by Course Directors at the completion of each academic term. For ad-hoc data analysis please click on the Report Catalog and then choose the Educator Evaluations report.

Calendar YearProfessional ProgramMS ProgramPhD ProgramOverall
2022
202151%72%72%52%
202057%82%84%58%
201959%86%82%59%
201851%69%87%52%


Service

Service is an essential part of the role of a Faculty member. Service helps connect the research and teaching mission of the School to the larger community and directly aligns to our WE CARE values and the core objectives of the University of North Carolina.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Starting in 2023, service effort will be assessed after the completion of each academic term via an updated Faculty Activity Survey (FAS).

Calendar YearService to UNCService to StateService to NationService to WorldTotal Hours
2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023
2022Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available
2021Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available


Patient Care

Patient Care helps connect the research and teaching mission of the School to the larger community and directly aligns to our WE CARE values and the core objectives of the University of North Carolina.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Starting in 2023, patient care effort will be assessed after the completion of each academic term via an updated Faculty Activity Survey (FAS).

Calendar YearPatient Care to UNCPatient Care to StatePatient Care to NationPatient Care to WorldTotal Hours
2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023
2022Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available
2021Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available


Administration

Faculty that assume additional formal roles in administration are a critical success factor to the effective operation of the Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Faculty with administrative roles ensure a diversity of view that brings alignment to bridge the mission of the School with the responsibility to operate in the most effective and efficient way possible.

as of Sep. 30, 2022

Dual Faculty and administrative appointment are analyzed each year to ensure alignment with School, individual professional development and succession planning needs.

Calendar YearExecutive LeadershipDivision LeadershipProgram or Office LeadershipLab or Center LeadershipTotal
2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023TO BE ASSESSED IN 2023
2022Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available
2021Not AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableNot Available

Note: This metric is assessed at the end of each calendar year and is determined by employees coded as EHRA-Faculty in our HR systems that have an additional administrative appointment recorded within the ESOP