Welcome to College Confidential!

The leading college-bound community on the web

Sign Up For Free

Join for FREE, and start talking with other members, weighing in on community discussions, and more.

Also, by registering and logging in you'll see fewer ads and pesky welcome messages (like this one!)

As a CC member, you can:

  • Reply to threads, and start your own.
  • Post reviews of your campus visits.
  • Find hundreds of pages of informative articles.
  • Search from over 3 million scholarships.
College Confidential’s “Dean,” Sally Rubenstone, put together 25 of her best tips. So far, the "25 Tips from the Dean" eBook has helped more than 10K students choose a college, get in, and pay for it. Get your free copy: http://goo.gl/9zDJTM

Data comparing liberal arts colleges in the sciences

24

Replies to: Data comparing liberal arts colleges in the sciences

  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    edited July 2016
    A few comments. The table is sorted by the # of PhDs produced 2004-2014 who got their degree from the LAC. This gives you a sense of the size of the hard sciences departments at these schools. LACs near the top have large and strong science departments.

    However the schools vary considerably in size, from under 1000 to 3000. So also consider the column PhD.per.1000. This is the # of PhDs in the hard sciences per 1000 students enrolled. Looking at this, you see that some small LACs are very strong per capita producers of PhDs though the absolute number is not as large. Haverford in particular jumps out on the per capita production.

    The per capita column (PhD.per.1000) also gives you an idea of how science intense the school is. The schools with high numbers in this columns are known for their "intensity": Harvey Mudd (384), Carleton (218), Swarthmore (187), Haverford (162), Williams (138), and Reed (132). This doesn't mean "better", but gives you a sense of the character of hard sciences at the school: the fraction of students are majoring in the hard sciences plus what fraction go on to graduate school.

    The %Need column indicates what % need is met. Note however that I did not list if the school is 'need blind'. Not all the schools that meet 100% of need are 'need blind'. A few schools jump out as very strong in hard sciences, easier to get into, and meet 99-100% need. Reed OR (48% admin), St Olaf MN (59%), Smith MA (43%, women's), Mt Holyoke MA (46%, women's), Trinity U TX (64%), Franklin & Marshall PA (39%), Occidental CA (42%), Augustana SD (68%) and Dickinson PA (44%). There are also of course the well-known,*very hard to get into*, strong in science LACs that meet 100% need: Williams, Harvey Mudd, Carleton, Swarthmore, Wesleyan, Pomona, Amherst, Bowdoin...

    The %Merit column indicates what fraction of students who don't have 'need' (meaning EFC > school cost) get merit aid. The Award column is the average size of merit awards. A few schools jump out as being both strong in the hard sciences and giving substantial merit aid (>10% and >10000 average). Oberlin OH, St Olaf MN, Grinnell IA, Mt Holyoke MA, Macalester MN, College of Wooster OH, Trinity Univ TX, U of Puget Sound WA, Furman SC, Gustavus Adolphus MN, Kalamazo OH, Lawrence U, Augustana SD, and that's just for those with more than 100 in the PhD.Prod column.
  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    This table shows the number of two prestigious awards for graduate study in the hard sciences that have been awarded to this list of LACs. Sorted by total number of Goldwater and NSF scholars.

    Size = enrollment 2013-2014

    Goldwater = Goldwater Scholars 2006-2016. From their website.

    NSF = NSF Graduate Student scholarships 2010-2016. Only awards for study in the hard sciences are listed. Where I got the data is described here: http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/college-search-selection/1881324-table-of-colleges-and-university-that-produce-awardees-of-nsf-graduate-fellowships-p1.html
    Total = Goldwater + NSF columns.

    #.per.capita = 1000 x Total/Size since the schools vary in size I also show the per capita # of these awards

    Fulbright = Fulbright RESEARCH awards for graduate study overseas in the hard sciences. There are 2 types of Fulbright student awards, for graduate student study abroad and for teach English. I looked only at the graduate student awards and only for study in the hard sciences.


    _____Size_Goldwater_____NSF_____Total___#.per.cap_Fulbright_School
    _____804_______17_______50_______67_______83________1_Harvey Mudd CA
    ____1542________9_______55_______64_______42________6_Swarthmore PA
    ____2057_______10_______53_______63_______31________7_Carleton MN
    ____2526_______23_______38_______61_______24_______16_Pomona CA
    ____2961_______17_______38_______55_______19________2_Oberlin OH
    ____2045_______17_______36_______53_______26________4_Williams MA
    ____1792_______10_______36_______46_______26________6_Amherst MA
    ____2323________9_______32_______41_______18________8_Wellesley MA
    ____2179_______17_______24_______41_______19________1_Lewis and Clark OR
    ____1734_______10_______30_______40_______23________3_Grinnell IA
    ____2100________6_______31_______37_______18________1_Reed OR
    ____2563_______11_______23_______34_______13_______13_Smith MA
    ____3894_______18_______14_______32________8________1_Calvin MI
    ____3034_______10_______21_______31_______10_______11_St Olaf MN
    ____2928________8_______22_______30_______10________0_Wesleyan CT
    ____1194________8_______21_______29_______24________4_Haverford PA
    ____3432_______14_______15_______29________8________1_Hope MI
    ____2189________6_______20_______26_______12________3_Mt Holyoke MA
    ____1805________6_______20_______26_______14________7_Bowdoin ME
    ____1662_______15_______11_______26_______16________0_Kenyon OH
    ____2073________5_______20_______25_______12________0_Macalester MN
    ____1770_______14_______11_______25_______14________8_Davidson NC
    ____2503_______18________7_______25_______10________5_Lafayette PA
    ____2526________5_______19_______24_______10________4_Middlebury VT
    ____2573________7_______17_______24________9________2_Barnard NY
    ____1900_______12_______12_______24_______13________1_Hamilton NY
    ____2050________6_______17_______23_______11________1_Colorado College CO
    ____2040_______11_______12_______23_______11________9_Occidental CA
    ____2810________6_______16_______22________8________0_Furman Univ SC
    ____1348_______13________7_______20_______15________0_Hendrix AR
    _____972________9_______11_______20_______21________1_Scripps CA
    ____2418________4_______15_______19________8________4_Vassar NY
    ____2875________3_______13_______16________6________0_Colgate Univ NY
    ____2066_______11________5_______16________8________0_Coll of Wooster OH
    ____1587________3_______13_______16_______10________1_Wheaton-MA MA
    ____2242________7________9_______16________7________1_Union NY
    ____1308________2_______13_______15_______11________1_Bryn Mawr PA
    ____2031_______10________5_______15________7________0_Rhodes TN
    ____1498________2_______12_______14________9________1_Whitman WA
    ____1893________5________9_______14________7________3_Connecticutt College CT
    ____2280________3_______11_______14________6________1_Denison OH
    ____1890________7________7_______14________7________3_Wash and Lee VA
    ____2297________4________9_______13________6________0_Trinity Univ TX
    ____2553________7________6_______13________5________2_U of Puget Sound WA
    ____2456________4________9_______13________5________1_Gustavus Adolphus MN
    ____2216________7________6_______13________6________2_Depauw IN
    ____1681________7________5_______12________7________2_Ursinus PA
    ____1815________6________6_______12________7________2_Eckerd FL
    ____1847________3________8_______11________6________1_Colby ME
    ____2209________2________9_______11________5________2_Franklin & Marshall PA
    ____1461________2________9_______11________8________0_Kalamazoo MI
    ____2937________4________7_______11________4________1_Coll of the Holy Cross MA
    ____2364________6________5_______11________5________4_Dickinson PA
    ____2375________4________7_______11________5________1_Willamette OR
    ____2109________1_______10_______11________5________0_Morehouse GA
    ____1301________1_______10_______11________8________3_Claremont McKenna CA
    ____3565________2________8_______10________3________0_Bucknell U PA
    ____1734________3________7_______10________6________2_Ohio Wesleyan OH
    ____2255________6________4_______10________4________1_Trinity College NY
    ____2632________2________7________9________3________1_Skidmore NY
    ____2451________5________4________9________4________2_Gettysburg PA
    ____2497________7________1________8________3________0_Augustana SD
    _____993________0________8________8________8________1_Earlham IN
    _____834________4________4________8_______10________3_New College of FL FL
    _____873________3________5________8________9________0_Agnes Scott GA
    ____2135________0________7________7________3________0_Spelman GA
    ____2059________0________7________7________3________0_Bard NY
    ____1417________3________3________6________4________0_Drew Univ NJ
    ____1387________3________3________6________4________0_Centre KY
    ____1932________1________4________5________3________0_Clark Univ MA
    ____1268________1________4________5________4________0_Albion MI
    ____1303________0________5________5________4________0_Beloit WI
    ____1932________3________2________5________3________0_Rollins FL
    ____1773________2________2________4________2________1_Bates ME
    ____1399________0________4________4________3________1_Knox IL
    ____1435________2________2________4________3________0_Coe IA
    ____1519________0________3________3________2________0_Lawrence Univ WI
    ____1789________1________2________3________2________1_St John's Univ MN
    ____1665________0________3________3________2________0_Whittier CA
    ____3264________1________2________3________1________0_Seattle Pacific Univ WA
    ____1076________2________1________3________3________2_Pitzer CA
    ____1437________0________3________3________2________0_Sarah Lawrence NY
    ____2385________2________0________2________1________0_Luther IA
    ____1631________1________1________2________1________0_U of the South TN
    ____1621________0________2________2________1________0_Berea KY
    ____1396________0________2________2________1________1_Alma MI
    ____1840________0________2________2________1________0_Pacific Univ OR
    ____1394________1________1________2________1________0_Randolph-Macon VA
    _____926________0________1________1________1________0_Wabash IN
    ____2020________0________1________1________0________0_Coll of St Benedict MN
    ____1622________0________1________1________1________0_Simmons MA
    _____917________0________1________1________1________0_Mills CA
    ____2406________0________0________0________0________0_St Lawrence Univ NY
    ____1607________0________0________0________0________0_Lake Forest IL
    ____4575________0________0________0________0________0_Lee Univ TN
  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    A few comments on this table.

    These two awards are very hard to get and you have to have had research experience and mentorship during your undergrad years. So a high number of these awards shows that the school both has students with talent/interest in the hard sciences and also invests heavily in mentoring students in the hard sciences.

    Most of the LACs at the top of this table are not surprising, but there are a few real surprises. Calvin College and Hope College in Michigan. They are on the big side, 3400-3800 students, but must have very strong science departments. Admit rate for both is ca 70%, so I'm guessing they also target a small percentage of students who are strong in the sciences. Then there are a bunch of schools you don't hear mentioned too much but pull in many of these awards: Lafayette, Colorado College, Lewis and Clark, Kenyon, Barnard, Hamilton, Hendrix (you never hear that school mentioned on CC...). Scipps also stands out as a school that doesn't produce too many students that go on to get PhDs in the hard sciences, but those that do have a much higher rate of doing so on a prestigious award.

    I didn't add the Fulbright into the total since the Fulbright is for students to study abroad, so the school might have many Goldwaters and NSF but few Fulbrights if few students want to study abroad. There are four schools that stand out as having an unusually high number of students who get Fulbrights to study the hard sciences abroad (1000 x Fulbrights/Size > 4): Pomona, Smith, Davidson and Occidental. Followed a second high group (1000 x Fulbrights/Size > 3): Swarthmore, Carleton, St. Olaf, Wellesley, Amherst, Bowdoin, Haverford and New College of FL.
  • ChembiodadChembiodad Registered User Posts: 641 Member
    Hamilton is rated #14 in USWR so no surprise there.
  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    edited July 2016
    This table shows the number of Rhodes, Marshall, Churchill, Truman, and Goldwater Scholars per school. Only the Goldwater and Churchill Scholarships are specific to the sciences, but I show the others for interest's sake.

    Rhodes = Rhodes Scholars since 1980. Before 1976, the Rhodes was only open to men. For study at Oxford.
    Marshall = Marshall Scholars since 1980. For study in Ireland.
    Churchill = Churchill Scholars for study of the sciences at Cambridge.
    Goldw = Goldwater Scholar for study of the hard sciences
    Truman = for leadership, includes leadership in science but not at all specific to science.
    Total = sum of all
    per.cap = 1000 x Total/Size

    The Truman and Churchill awards are oddly distributed. Some schools have many and other similar schools have none. I suspect that there is a sponsor effect, so some of these small schools have a faculty or two who were scholars and who sponsor/promote it.

    __Size_Rhodes_Marshall_Churchill_Truman_Goldw_Fulbright__Total_per.cap_School
    __2526______2______6______5_____14_____23_____35_____85_____34_Pomona CA
    __1542______7______8______5_____25______9_____23_____77_____50_Swarthmore PA
    __2045_____10_____11______3_____17_____17_____16_____74_____36_Williams MA
    __1792______6______7______9_____14_____10_____24_____70_____39_Amherst MA
    __2563______1______0______0______8_____11_____45_____65_____25_Smith MA
    __2961______3______5______5_____18_____17_____13_____61_____21_Oberlin OH
    __2323______4______8______0_____20______9_____18_____59_____25_Wellesley MA
    __2040______3______8______0_____14_____11_____18_____54_____26_Occidental CA
    __1770______4______2______0_____11_____14_____13_____44_____25_Davidson NC
    __2526______5______4______0_____11______5_____18_____43_____17_Middlebury VT
    __1805______2______5______0_____18______6_____11_____42_____23_Bowdoin ME
    __2057______6______2______6______4_____10_____13_____41_____20_Carleton MN
    __2928______2______4______0_____15______8_____12_____41_____14_Wesleyan CT
    __1301______2______2______0_____19______1_____16_____40_____31_Clar McKenna CA
    __3034______4______1______0______1_____10_____23_____39_____13_St Olaf MN
    ___804______2______1_____16______0_____17______1_____37_____46_Harvey Mudd CA
    __2189______1______6______1_____11______6_____12_____37_____17_Mt Holyoke MA
    __1734______2______3______0_____12_____10______9_____36_____21_Grinnell IA
    __2179______2______0______0_____11_____17______6_____36_____17_Lewis and Clark OR
    __2073______5______1______0_____14______5______8_____33_____16_Macalester MN
    __1076______1______0______0______2______2_____27_____32_____30_Pitzer CA
    __1194______2______4______3______7______8______6_____30_____25_Haverford PA
    __1387______2______0______0______3______3_____22_____30_____22_Centre KY
    __2418______1______1______0______7______4_____15_____28_____12_Vassar NY
    __2810______2______0______0_____20______6______0_____28_____10_Furman Univ SC
    __2503______0______0______0______0_____18______9_____27_____11_Lafayette PA
    __1587______3______5______0______9______3______7_____27_____17_Wheaton-MA MA
    __1890______3______0______0______6______7_____11_____27_____14_Wash and Lee VA
    __1308______2______5______1______9______2______6_____25_____19_Bryn Mawr PA
    __2937______2______1______0______6______4_____12_____25______9_Coll of the Holy Cross MA
    __2375______0______1______0_____17______4______3_____25_____11_Willamette OR
    __3894______0______0______0______0_____18______5_____23______6_Calvin MI
    __1662______0______3______0______2_____15______3_____23_____14_Kenyon OH
    __3432______1______3______0______0_____14______2_____20______6_Hope MI
    __2100______2______1______3______2______6______5_____19______9_Reed OR
    __2050______5______1______0______6______6______1_____19______9_Colorado College CO
    __1348______1______1______0______3_____13______1_____19_____14_Hendrix AR
    ___972______0______0______0______3______9______7_____19_____20_Scripps CA
    __1498______1______0______0_____12______2______3_____18_____12_Whitman WA
    __2573______0______0______0______0______7_____11_____18______7_Barnard NY
    __2216______1______0______0______3______7______6_____17______8_Depauw IN
    __2497______0______0______0______9______7______0_____16______6_Augustana SD
    __2135______0______5______0______8______0______3_____16______7_Spelman GA
    __2255______0______0______0______6______6______4_____16______7_Trinity College NY
    __2031______1______0______0______5_____10______0_____16______8_Rhodes TN
    __2553______2______0______0______4______7______2_____15______6_U of Puget Sound WA
    __1773______0______0______0______5______2______8_____15______8_Bates ME
    __1900______0______1______0______1_____12______1_____15______8_Hamilton NY
    ___834______1______1______0______1______4______8_____15_____18_New College of FL FL
    __1631______7______0______0______3______1______4_____15______9_Sewanee: U of the South TN
    __2875______1______2______1______1______3______6_____14______5_Colgate Univ NY
    __2066______0______0______0______3_____11______0_____14______7_Coll of Wooster OH
    __2456______1______1______0______6______4______2_____14______6_Gustavus Adolphus MN
    __2364______0______0______0______0______6______7_____13______5_Dickinson PA
    __3565______0______2______0______5______2______3_____12______3_Bucknell U PA
    __1893______0______2______0______1______5______4_____12______6_Connecticutt College CT
    __1847______1______0______0______6______3______1_____11______6_Colby ME
    __2297______1______0______0______4______4______2_____11______5_Trinity Univ TX
    __2451______1______0______0______1______5______4_____11______4_Gettysburg PA
    __2242______1______0______0______2______7______1_____11______5_Union NY
    __2109______3______4______0______3______1______0_____11______5_Morehouse GA
    __1932______1______0______0______4______3______3_____11______6_Rollins FL
    ___873______1______2______0______4______3______1_____11_____13_Agnes Scott GA
    __1461______1______0______0______5______2______2_____10______7_Kalamazoo MI
    __1681______1______0______0______0______7______2_____10______6_Ursinus PA
    __1815______0______0______0______1______6______3_____10______6_Eckerd FL
    __1417______1______1______0______4______3______1_____10______7_Drew Univ NJ
    ___926______2______1______0______7______0______0_____10_____11_Wabash IN
    ___993______0______1______0______6______0______2______9______9_Earlham IN
    ___917______0______0______0______4______0______5______9_____10_Mills CA
    __2385______3______0______1______0______2______2______8______3_Luther IA
    __2059______0______0______0______1______0______7______8______4_Bard NY
    __1519______1______0______0______3______0______3______7______5_Lawrence Univ WI
    __1734______0______1______0______1______3______2______7______4_Ohio Wesleyan OH
    __2632______0______0______0______1______2______4______7______3_Skidmore NY
    __2280______0______0______0______2______3______2______7______3_Denison OH
    __1396______0______1______0______5______0______1______7______5_Alma MI
    __2209______0______0______0______1______2______3______6______3_Franklin & Marshall PA

  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    edited July 2016
    Fulbright is the Research Fulbrights for all areas (not just sciences) from 2011-2015. Fulbrights for teaching English are excluded.

    Rest of the table.

    __Size_Rhodes_Marshall_Churchill_Truman_Goldw_Fulbright__Total_per.cap_School
    __1268______1______0______0______4______1______0______6______5_Albion MI
    __1303______0______2______0______3______0______1______6______5_Beloit WI
    __1789______0______1______0______3______1______1______6______3_St John's U MN
    __2020______2______0______0______4______0______0______6______3_C St Bene. MN
    __1932______0______0______0______1______1______3______5______3_Clark Univ MA
    __3264______0______0______0______3______1______1______5______2_Sea. Pac. U WA
    __1394______1______0______0______2______1______0______4______3_Ran.-Macon VA
    __1437______0______0______0______4______0______0______4______3_Sarah Lawr. NY
    __2406______0______0______0______2______0______1______3______1_St Lawr/ U NY
    __1435______0______0______0______1______2______0______3______2_Coe IA
    __1840______0______0______0______1______0______2______3______2_Pacific Univ OR
    __1665______2______0______0______0______0______1______3______2_Whittier CA
    __1622______0______0______0______3______0______0______3______2_Simmons MA
    __1621______0______0______0______2______0______0______2______1_Berea KY
    __1399______0______0______0______0______0______1______1______1_Knox IL
    __1607______0______0______0______0______0______0______0______0_Lake Forest IL
    __4575______0______0______0______0______0______0______0______0_Lee Univ TN
  • merc81merc81 Registered User Posts: 6,382 Senior Member
    edited July 2016
    The following are national liberal arts colleges that have produced at least one Apker Award recipient (for undergraduate research in physics):

    Amherst
    Bucknell
    Colgate
    Franklin & Marshall
    Hamilton
    Haverford
    Harvey Mudd
    Macalester
    Middlebury
    Mt. Holyoke
    Oberlin
    Reed
    Swarthmore
    Wesleyan
    Williams

    Augustana College (SD), though technically not an NLAC, should also be mentioned.

    Of these schools, the following have graduated at least one Nobel Prize winner in a science field (check for possible omissions):

    Amherst
    Hamilton
    Haverford
    Oberlin
    Swarthmore

    (Source for AA information: the American Physical Society.)
  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    edited July 2016
    @merc81 Thanks for posting that. Williams stands out for sure with 6 awards.

    Since 1994. One Ackerd given to non-PhD granting institution and one to PhD granting. Here's the list for the former.


    Hamilton 1994
    Williams 1995
    Haverford 1996
    Swarthmore 1997
    Harvey Mudd 1998
    Williams 1999
    Swarthmore 2000
    IL State 2001
    Williams 2002
    Harvey Mudd 2003
    Williams 2004
    Bucknell 2005
    Harvey Mudd 2006
    Oberlin 2006
    Colgate 2007
    Haverford 2008
    Mt Holyoke 2009
    Wellesley 2009
    Williams 2010
    Wesleyan 2010
    Augustana 2011
    Franklin & Marshall 2012
    Wesleyan 2013
    Loyola Univ MD 2014
    Williams 2015
  • merc81merc81 Registered User Posts: 6,382 Senior Member
    Re the Apker, note that the separate categories were first used for the 1995 award. This would appear to make Hamilton (1995), Reed (1992), Macalester (1980) and Amherst (1979) the only LACs to have produced recipients in entirely open fields. Wesleyan, it should be noted, has produced its recipients in the PhD-granting institution category.
  • nostalgicwisdomnostalgicwisdom Registered User Posts: 1,147 Senior Member
    edited July 2016
    Pomona definitely does not have 2526 students. The largest total enrollment has been ~1650 students.

    https://www.pomona.edu/sites/default/files/cds-2013-2014.pdf
  • circuitridercircuitrider Registered User Posts: 2,119 Senior Member
    edited July 2016
    So, to be clear, since 1995, Wesleyan is the only LAC currently eligible to compete for the Apker in what could conceivably be called, an "open" field (open to research universties) and have won twice?
  • CazwaxCazwax Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Thanks, this is very interesting. Any chance of getting your SS, or a link to a G. sheet if that's where you did the crunching?
  • OHMomof2OHMomof2 Registered User Posts: 8,710 Senior Member
    Useful info thanks @liska21
  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    @nostalgicwisdom Thanks, that was a typo. Hit 2 instead of 1. I'll fix and re-post Pomona's #s. However I sorted by total so Pomona's place on the tables won't change, but per capita #s will be more like Swarthmore.
  • liska21liska21 Registered User Posts: 316 Member
    @nostalgicwisdom @otisp Here are the corrected Pomona numbers. Just the 'per capita' entry changes

    Table of the PhD production in hard sciences
    per.cap = 1000*PhD.Prod/Size
    Adm.Rate_____Size_PhD.Prod__per.cap___%Need__% Merit_Ave.Merit__School
    ____21.0_____2057______449______218______100________4_____2000_Carleton
    ____18.2______804______309______384______100_______18_____8300_Harvey Mudd
    ____30.4_____2961______300______101______100_______37____14900_Oberlin
    ____14.3_____1542______288______187______100________0________0_Swarthmore
    ____17.0_____2045______283______138______100________0________0_Williams
    ____48.5_____2100______261______124______100________0________0_Reed
    ____59.2_____3034______249_______82_______99_______20____13300_St Olaf
    ____20.9_____2928______237_______81______100________1____47200_Wesleyan
    ____13.9_____1650______230______139______100________0________0_Pomona
    ....

    Table of Goldwater Scholars, NSF Graduate Student fellowships and Fulbrights. Hard Sci only.
    per.cap = 1000*Total/Size (Total = Goldwater+NSF)
    ____Size_Goldwater_____NSF_____Total___per.cap__Fulbright_School
    _____804_______17_______50_______67_______83________1_Harvey Mudd CA
    ____1542________9_______55_______64_______42________6_Swarthmore PA
    ____2057_______10_______53_______63_______31________7_Carleton MN
    ____1650_______23_______38_______61_______37_______16_Pomona CA
    ____2961_______17_______38_______55_______19________2_Oberlin OH
    ____2045_______17_______36_______53_______26________4_Williams MA
    ...
    Table of major awards
    per.cap = 1000*Total/Size (Total = sum columns 2 to 7)
    __Size_Rhodes_Marshall_Church._Truman_Goldw_Fulbright_Total_per.cap_School
    __1650______2______6______5_____14_____23_____35_____85_____52_Pomona CA
    __1542______7______8______5_____25______9_____23_____77_____50_Swarthmore PA
    __2045_____10_____11______3_____17_____17_____16_____74_____36_Williams MA
    __1792______6______7______9_____14_____10_____24_____70_____39_Amherst MA
    __2563______1______0______0______8_____11_____45_____65_____25_Smith MA
    __2961______3______5______5_____18_____17_____13_____61_____21_Oberlin OH
    ...
Sign In or Register to comment.