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University Performance – US still dominates

Says BBC

Four of the top 10 are British and the rest American. Harvard is top and Yale, Oxford and Cambridge joint second.

University College London breaks into the top 10 for the first time and Imperial College London rises to fifth.

The annual survey by the Times Higher Education Supplement and careers and education group QS ranks according to factors including academics’ opinions.

University College London rose from 25th position last year to ninth.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology was joint fourth last year but falls to 10th place, while Stanford falls from sixth position to 19th.

Another US university which tumbles in the rankings is the University of California, Berkeley. It was rated eighth last year but drops to 22nd place this year.

Asia

The rankings are based on a number of factors including the opinions of academics and of companies employing graduates, international student and staff numbers, and research.

The managing director of QS, Nunzio Quacquarelli, said the rankings recognised the quality of education that UK universities offer.

He said: “In an environment of increasing student mobility, the UK is putting itself forward as a top choice for students worldwide.

They are taking a closer look at the quality of faculty, international diversity and, of course, the education they will receive there.”

Asian universities improved their standing but European institutions outside of the UK fell back, the survey said.

Last year there were 41 European universities in the top 100, but in this year’s table there are 35.

The president of Universities UK, Professor Rick Trainor, said: “As this table shows, the world standing of UK higher education is at the very top.

“This is due to the high quality of our research and teaching.

“Our competitors are increasingly marketing themselves more aggressively so it is vital that the UK remains among the foremost destinations for international students and staff.”

The Top 10 in full is:

1 Harvard University (US)
2 University of Cambridge (UK)
2 University of Oxford (UK)
2 Yale University (US)
5 Imperial College London (UK)
6 Princeton University (US)
7 California Institute of Technology (US)
7 University of Chicago (US)
9 University College London (UK)
10 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US)

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Comments about The Best B-Schools of 2006

From Business Week

1. Chicago

Students appreciate option to tailor curriculum to their interests. Living in Chicago gets pricey, but most say facilities and faculty are worth the expense.

2. Pennsylvania (Wharton)

Students say competitive program improves the academic experience. Decision to allow students to disclose grades to recruiters has many disconcerted.

3. Northwestern (Kellog)

The word used over and over by Kellogg students is “collegial.” School balances individual development and teamwork, case studies and lectures.

4. Harvard

Case method allows students to solve real-world problems. Ivory tower is not everyone’s cup of tea, but alumni network is vast.

5. Michigan (Ross)

Lack of grades diminishes competition and increases focus on work. Facilities are lacking but undergoing a makeover.

6. Stanford

With Silicon Valley around the corner, innovation reigns. Extensive electives cater to students with interests beyond banking and consulting.

7. MIT (Sloan)

MIT offers unique courses with entrepreneurial focus and attracts students with engineering backgrounds. Prominent faculty remains accessible

8. UC – Berkeley (Haas)

Tech and entrepreneurial specialties give Haas grads an edge in innovation. Curriculum is not as well-suited for those with eyes set on Wall Street.

9. Duke (Fuqua)

Students on “Team Fuqua” enjoy the collaborative learning experience. Good for the hand-holding types but some would like more debate and conflict.

10. Columbia

Students appreciate vast alumni network and high-profile speakers. Access to recruiters for everything from international companies to lesser known employers.

11. Dartmouth (Tuck)

Small class-small town leaves something to be desired. But many appreciate the “self selecting” crowd that attends. General management program is specialized.

12. UCLA (Anderson)

Students go by an “excellence without attitude” mantra. Active student clubs provide career development, but there’s limited access to East Coast recruiting.

13. Cornell (Johnson)

Particularly popular among career switchers, Cornell offers small class sizes and accessible professors. Students enjoy new immersion learning programs.

14. NYU (Stern)

Local alumni base is large and former students are willing to lend a hand in the job search.

15. Virginia (Darden)

Case method works well in small classes, which foster Socratic learning. Students get individual attention from administration and faculty.

16. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)

Tepper’s small class size creates intense focus, intimacy, and greater hands-on responsibility. Curriculum is geared toward the quantitative mind.

17. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)

Job placement leaves most grads smiling, but international students may not have the same luck. Extracurricular activities and pleasant location add to the appeal.

18. Indiana (Kelley)

Kelley is praised for general education but is found lacking in specialties like consulting and investment banking. Strong regional bias limits recruiting options.

19. Yale

Small program size means easy access to alumni and faculty. Students applaud new dean Joel Podolny, cited for being a visionary leader.

20. Texas – Austin (McCombs)

Complaints include unresponsive administration and poor career placement for international students. Variety of classes and other resources balance equation.

21. USC (Marshall)

Strong community and alumni network offer lifelong career contacts. Drop in 2004 rankings led to major program overhaul, but students want further improvement.

22. Georgetown (McDonough)

D.C. area offers students many opportunities for work in the public sector and international business. Demanding classes are taught by diligent professors.

23. Emory (Goizueta)

Students extol leadership development, accessible professors, and caliber of classmates. One-year program offers a popular alternative to two-year MBA.

24. Purdue (Krannert)

Students laud financial aid offerings and diverse, international student population. Curriculum emphasizes quantitative skills and teamwork.

25. Maryland (Smith)

Smith grads gripe about regional recruiting and inadequate career services. But tight-knit community and affordable tuition help ease the strain.

26. Notre Dame (Mendoza)

Students miss proximity to big city, but enjoy the tight-knit community and finance training. Recent switch from semesters to a 7-week system gets mixed reviews.

27. Washigton University (Olin)

Small class size means personal attention from faculty, but on-campus recruiting is a disappointment. Campus hosts a noteworthy leadership speaker series.

28. Rochester (Simon)

Quality of education, analytical skill development, and personal attention from faculty is highly rated, but poor showing by recruiters frustrates students.

29. Michigan State ( Broad)

Teamwork focus means most grades are based on group, rather than individual, performance. Students praise outstanding career services center and faculty.

30 Vanderbilt (Owen)

Students laud the overall experience at Owen. Grads say that rigorous curriculum leaves them well equipped for future careers.

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Rank Business School Applicants
Accepted
Median Total
Pay Package
1 Northwestern (Kellogg) 13% $142,000
2 Chicago 15% $140,000
3 Harvard 10% $160,000
4 Stanford 8% $165,500
5 U. of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 13% $156,000
6 MIT 13% $149,000
7 Columbia 11% $142,500
8 Michigan 19% $131,000
9 Duke (Fuqua) 19% $128,500
10 Dartmouth (Tuck) 14% $149,500
11 Cornell (Johnson) 22% $135,000
12 Virginia (Darden) 18% $135,000
13 UC Berkeley (Haas) 11% $135,000
14 Yale 15% $130,000
15 NYU (Stern) 15% $140,000
16 UC Berkeley (Haas) 11% $117,000
17 Washington U. (Olin) 33% $89,000
18 U. of Texas – Austin 23% $97,000
19 North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) 24% $107,000
20 Yale 25% $116,000
21 Indiana (Kelley) 24% $92,000
22 Maryland (Smith) 21% $84,500
23 Wisconsin 47% $70,000
24 Purdue (Krannert) 25% $86,500
25 USC (Marshall) 26% $93,000


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Top Ten Business Schools in USA according Forbes ‘top financial business leaders’

School Placement Salary US $ Signing amount US $ Tuition Costs US $
Harvard 40% placed in NE USA 93,000 20,000 64,000
Columbia 10% hired in Europe,5% hired in Asia,3% hired in Latin America 90,000 25,000 67,000
Chicago 35% hired in Midwest USA, 25% placed in NE USA 85,000 20,000 67,000
Dartmouth 60% placed in NE USA 87,000 20,000 67,000
Yale 65% hired in NE USA 85,000 18,000 65,000
Wharton 40% placed in NE USA 85,000 20,000 58,000
Stanford 55% hired in west USA 95,000 20,000 70,000
Kenan-Flager (UNC) 35% placed in South USA 82,000 15,000 54,000
Kellog 35% hired in Midwest,15% placed in NE and 15% placed in West USA 85,000 20,000 66,000
Darden 35% placed in NE,20% hired in Mid Atlantic,and 13% placed in South USA 85,000 20,000 64,000


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Rankings of Different Programs

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* NRC, * US News, * Gourman

Name of University Physics Chemistry Economics General Psychology General English Language & Literature
MIT 4, *, 5 5, *, 4 3, *, 2 *, *, * *, *, *
Stanford 9, *, 7 4, *, 6 4, *, 5 *, *, 1 6, *, 7
Univ of CA-Berkeley 4, *, 6 1, *, 2 7, *, 7 *, *, 7 2, *, 2
UIUC 8, *, 9 8, *, 7 28, *, 28 *, *, 8 28, *, 27
GTECH 62, *, * 64, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of MI- Ann Arbor 19, *, 14 35, *, 36 13, *, 13 *, *, 4 16, *, 16
CALTECH 5, *, 2 2, *, 3 19, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
USC 50, *, * 40, *, * 40, *, 40 *, *, 37 25, *, *
Purdue-West Lafayette 31, *, 30 24, *, 22 51, *, * *, *, 28 57, *,
Austin 11, *, 16 13, *, 15 31, *, 31 *, *, 19 21, *, 21
Carnegie Mellon Univ 28, *, 29 74, *, * *, *, * *, *, 12 52, *, *
Cornell Univ 6, *, 3 6, *, 10 18, *, 17 *, *, 21 7, *, 6
Univ of CA-San Diego 16, *, 18 19, *, 19 16, *, 19 *, *, 11 37, *, 36
TAMU 48, *, * 15, *, 18 34, *, 33 *, *, * 56, *, *
Univ of WI- Madison 21, *, 22 10, *, 11 15, *, 16 *, *, 16 22, *, 22
Univ of MD- College Park 18, *, 19 53, *, * 20, *, 20 *, *, * 41, *, *
Harvard 1, *, 1 4, *, 1 2, *, 3 *, *, 6 2, *, 3
Princeton 2, *, 4 20, *, 13 5, *, 4 *, *, 15 13, *, 12
Northwestern 37, *, 35 14, *, 12 9, *, 9 *, *, 25 29, *, 28
UCLA 15, *, 15 10, *, 8 11, *, 11 *, *, 9 12, *, 13
Penn State 55, *, * 19, *, 21 45, *, * *, *, 24 42, *, *
JHU 29, *, 27 27, *, * 32, *, 32 *, *, 26 11, *, 11
Univ of MN- Twin Cities 23, *, 24 21, *, 23 10, *, * *, *, 5 36, *, 35
Ohio State 24, *, 28 22, *, 17 34, *, 35 *, *, 27 33, *, 33
Univ of CA- Santa Barbara 10, *, 12 33, *, 35 49, *, * *, *, * 35, *, 34
Columbia Univ (Fu Foundation) 12, *, 10 7, *, 5 12, *, 12 *, *, 14 9, *, 8
Univ of Fl *, *, 38 30, *, 29 41, *, 39 *, *, 40 39, *, *
VTech 71, *, * 67, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of Pennsylvania 17, *, 13 25, *, 25 8, *, 8 *, *, 3 9, *, 9
Univ of Washington 14, *, 17 29, *, 30 26, *, 27 *, *, 20 23, *, 23
Rice 43, *, 41 29, *, 28 *, *, * *, *, * 53, *, *
NCSU 51, *, * 81, *, * 42, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Duke 43, *, 39 44, *, * 22, *, 22 *, *, 29 6, *, 4
Rensselaer Polytehnic 69, *, * 82, *, * 103, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Washington Univ in St. Louis 52, *, * 55, *, * 29, *, 29 *, *, * 50, *, *
Univ of CA- Davis 67, *, * 48, *, * 38, *, 37 *, *, * 48, *, *
Univ of CO- Boulder 38, *, 33 42, *, * 55, *, * *, *, 22 52, *, *
Case Western Reserve 65, *, * 71, *, * *, *, * *, *, * 91, *, *
Iowa State 50, *, * 26, *, 16 37, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of Virginia 46, *, * 43, *, * 24, *, 25 *, *, 18 4, *, 5
Lehigh 98, *, * 84, *, * 89, *, * *, *, * 114, *, *
Yale 13, *, 11 12, *, 14 6, *, 6 *, *, 2 1, *, 1
Rutgers 20, *, 23 60, *, * 52, *, * *, *, 32 17, *, 17
Dartmouth 84, *, * 54, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of Delaware 74, *, * 73, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of Rochester 25, *, 25 32, *, 34 14, *, 15 *, *, 30 46, *, *
Brown 27, *, 26 56, *, * 23, *, 23 *, *, 23 14, *, 15
Univ of CA- Irvine 34, *, 32 36, *, 37 *, *, * *, *, 38 15, *, 14
Univ of MA- Amherst 64, *, * 58, *, * 51, *, * *, *, 39 41, *, *
Boston 39, *, 37 89, *, * 21, *, 21 *, *, * 38, *, 37
Univ of AZ 46, *, * *, *, * 37, *, 36 *, *, * 58, *, *
Univ of Iowa 73, *, * 76, *, * 30, *, 30 *, *, 33 45, *, *
Univ of Notre Dame 56, *, * 62, *, 38 82, *, * *, *, * 63, *, 29
Univ of Pittsburgh 40, *, 40 34, *, 32 34, *, 34 *, *, * 27, *, 25
Vanderbilt 58, *, * 86, *, * 48, *, * *, *, 25 31, *, 30
ASU 70, *, * 69, *, * 67, *, * *, *, * 79, *, *
CO State 105, *, * 37, *, * 100, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
MI State 32, *, 31 39, *, 39 27, *, 26 *, *, * 60, *, *
Drexel 81, *, * 118, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Ill Institute of Tech. 88, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ at Buffalo 108, *, * 57, *, * 58, *, * *, *, * 27, *, 26
Univ of Illinois, Chicago 88, *, * 63, *, * 71, *, * *, *, * 64, *, *
Northeastern 66, *, * 105, *, * 107, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
SUNY -Stony Brook 23, *, 21 46, *, * 39, *, 38 *, *, 31 49, *, *
Syracuse 58, *, * 60, *, * 56, *, * *, *, * 76, *, *
Univ of Utah 58, *, * 32, *, 31 90, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
CO School of Mines 107, *, * 159, *, * 104, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of Cincinnati 102, *, * 72, *, * 97, *, * *, *, * 109, *, *
University of NM *, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Oklahoma State 121, *, * 100, *, * 86, *, * *, *, * 122, *, *
Univ of CT 102, *, * 85, *, * 84, *, * *, *, * 82, *, *
Univ of NC- Chapel Hill 54, *, * 17, *, 16 25, *, 24 *, *, 24 24, *, 24
MI Tech 139, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of Missouri, Rolla 124, *, * 111, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Clemson *, *, * 94, *, * 75, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Mississippi State *, *, * 159, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Polytechnic Univ 126, *, * 109, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of Central Fl *, *, * *, *, * 36, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Auburn 128, *, * 123, *, * 74, *, * *, *, * 93, *, *
NJIT *, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Univ of CA- Riverside 70, *, * 70, *, * 71, *, * *, *, * 35, *, *
Univ of Houston 62, *, * 50, *, * 57, *, * *, *, * 88, *, *
Oregon State 76, *, * 61, *, 40 *, *, * *, *, * *, *, *
Tufts 77, *, * 137, *, * *, *, * *, *, * 70, *, *

A New Approach to Rankings of Engineering and Computer Science Programs

University

CS

Aerospace Eng

Chemical Eng

Civil Eng

Electrical Eng

Mechanical Eng

Industrial Eng

MIT

2, 1, 1

2, 1, 2

2, 1, 2

1, 3, 2

2, 1, 2

2, 1, 1

*, *, *

Stanford

1, 1, 2

3, 2, 3

7, 6, 5

3, 8, 5

1, 3, 1

8, 4, 2

7, 9, 7

Univ of CA Berkeley

3, 1, 4

*, *, *

3, 3, 4

2, 1, 1

4, 2, 4

3, 3, 3

2, 4, 2

Urbana Champaign

8, 5, 8

14, 8, 14

5, 9, 8

5, 2, 3

3, 3, 3

9, 5, 9

13, *, 13

GATECH

32, 12, 33

9, 3, 9

31, *, 31

*, 5, 17

13, 7, 13

18, 6, 17

1, 1, 1

Ann Arbor

21, 14, 20

5, 3, 5

18, *, 16

10, 6, 10

6, 5, 7

5, 2, 5

4, 2, 4

CALTECH

12, 10, 12

1, 3, 1

6, 4, 3

7, *, 4

5, 6, 5

4, 8, 4

*, *, *

USC

20, 27, 21

*, *, *

57, *, *

*, *, *

11, 20, 10

57, *, *

22, *, 21

Purdue West Lafayette

26, 20, 26

7, 6, 7

16, *, 15

11, 7, 11

8, 9, 8

11, 7, 10

3, 3, 3

Austin

7, 7, 7

8, 7, 8

10, 7, 10

4, 4, 6

14, 11, 14

15, 11, 15

*, *, *

Carnegie Mellon

4, 1, 3

*, *, *

12, *, 12

12, *, 12

12, 10, 12

19, 13, 19

*, *, *

Cornell

5, 6, 5

6, 10, 6

13, *, 13

6, 9, 7

7, 8, 6

7, 10, 7

*, *, *

Univ of CA, San Diego

23, 20, 25

11, *, 10

*, *, *

*, *, *

20, 14, 20

10, 17, 11

*, *, *

TAMU

63, 49, *

18, *, 17

37, *, 36

*, *, 19

32, 17, 32

28, 18, 28

*, 6, 5

Univ of WI Madison

10, 10, 11

*, *, *

4, 5, 7

*, *, 21

16, 14, 16

21, 15, 21

10, 10, 9

Univ of MD College Park

16, 12, 16

20, *, 20

52, *, *

*, *, 36

17, 20, 17

34, *, 32

*, *, *

Harvard

11, *, 10

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

Princeton

6, 9, 6

4, 8, 4

9, 10, 9

8, *, 9

9, 12, 9

6, 12, 6

*, *, *

Northwestern

38, 35, 38

*, *, *

15, *, 14

9, 10, 8

39, *, *

12, 16, 13

6, 7, 6

UCLA

15, 14, 14

11, *, 11

39, *, *

*, *, 20

11, 13, 11

14, 22, 16

*, *, *

Penn State Univ Park

55, 35, *

18, *, 18

23, *, 24

*, *, 29

29, 20, 28

17, 14, 18

9, 4, 8

Johns Hopkins

37, 28, 36

*, *, *

36, *, 35

*, *, 15

34, *, 34

48, *, *

*, *, *

Unive of MN Twin Cities

47, 35, 22

12, *, 12

*, 2, 1

13, *, 13

18, *, 18

8, 9, 8

*, *, 10*

Ohio State

39, 35, 39

24, *, 25

41, *, *

*, *, 38

22, *, 22

25, 18, 25

12, *, 12

Univ of CA Santa Barbara

49, 49, *

*, *, *

14, *, 18

*, *, *

19, *, 19

40, *, *

*, *, *

Columbia (Fu Foundation)

23, 20, 22

*, *, *

56, *, *

*, *, 17

15, *, 15

30, 29, 29

*, *, *

Univ of Fl

46, 47, *

27, *, 27

34, *, 33

*, *, 35

31, *, 31

52, *, *

19, *, 19

VTECH

66, 35, *

15, *, 15

42, *, *

*, *, 39

27, *, 27

30, 21, 30

8, 8, 10

Univ of Pennsylvania

25, 17, 24

*, *, *

11, *, 11

*, *, *

41, *, *

22, *, 22

*, *, *

Univ of WA Seattle

9, 7, 9

19, *, 19

20, *, 19

14, *, 14

25, 19, 25

8, *, 33

*, *, *

Rice Univ

19, 17, 19

*, *, *

22, *, 22

*, *, 22

26, 20, 26

28, *, 27

*, *, *

NC State Univ

60, 49, *

16, *, 16

25, *, 26

*, *, 40

21, 17, 21

24, 22, 24

11, *, 11

Duke Univ

28, 20, 28

*, *, *

84, *, *

*, *, 16

55, *, *

41, *, *

*, *, *

Rensselaer Polytehnic

49, 49, *

22, *, 22

36, *, 34

*, *, 33

23, 17, 23

16, 18, 14

14, *, 14

Washington Univ in St. Louis

52, 35, *

*, *, *

38, *, *

*, *, *

37, *, *

55, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of CA Davis

58, 35, *

*, *, *

28, *, 27

*, *, 16

33, *, 33

26, *, 26

*, *, *

Univ of CO Boulder

41, 35, 40

13, *, 13

26, *, 25

*, *, 23

37, *, *

51, *, *

*, *, *

Case Western Reserve

68, 67, *

*, *, *

46, *, *

*, *, *

42, *, *

21, *, 20

*, *, *

Iowa State

78, 60, *

22, *, 21

33, *, 32

*, *, *

52, *, *

46, *, *

21, *, 22

Univ of Virginia

35, 27, 35

*, *, *

31, *, 37

*, *, 37

55, *, *

40, *, *

*, *, *

Lehigh

96, *, *

*, *, *

27, *, 29

*, *, 18

67, *, *

23, *, 23

15, *, 15

Yale

15, 25, 15

*, *, *

33, *, 30

*, *, *

31, *, 30

*, *, *

*, *, *

Rutgers, New Brunswick

27, 28, 27

*, *, *

43, *, *

*, *, *

50, *, *

31, *, 31

*, *, *

Dartmouth

56, 47, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of Delaware

*, 60, *

*, *, *

8, 8, 6

*, *, *

79, *, *

48, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of Rochester

30, 35, 29

*, *, *

40, *, *

*, *, *

47, *, *

58, *, *

*, *, *

Brown

13, 14, 13

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

35, *, 35

13, 12, 12

*, *, *

Univ of CA Irvine

34, 28, 34

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, 32

47, *, *

34, *, 36

*, *, *

Univ of MA Amherst

18, 25, 17

*, *, *

22, *, 21

*, *, *

29, 29, 29

61, *, *

25, *, 27

Boston Univ

58, 60, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

83, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of Arizona

33, 35, 32

*, *, *

79, *, *

*, *, 31

40, *, *

34, *, 35

*, *, *

Univ of Iowa

62, 60, *

*, *, *

67, *, *

*, *, 28

53, *, *

54, *, *

24, *, 24

Univ of Notre Dame

*, *, *

25, *, 24

24, *, 17

*, *, 34

45, *, *

37, *, 34

*, *, *

Univ of Pitts

43, 49, *

*, *, *

44, *, *

*, *, *

63, *, *

69, *, *

23, *, 23

Vanderbilt

73, 60, *

*, *, *

76, *, *

*, *, *

71, *, *

73, *, *

*, *, *

Arizona State

61, 55, *

*, *, *

64, *, *

*, *, *

37, *, *

37, *, *

17, *, 17

Colorado State

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, 14

61, *, *

65, *, *

*, *, *

Michigan State

53, 49, *

*, *, *

45, *, *

*, *, *

44, *, *

43, *, *

*, *, *

Drexel

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

48, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

Ill Inst of Tech

91, *, *

*, *, *

48, *, *

*, *, *

84, *, *

44, *, *

*, *, *

Univ at Buffalo

58, 55, 30

29, *, 28

29, *, 28

*, *, 30

61, *, *

40, *, *

18, *, 18

Univ of Illinois

51, 55, *

*, *, *

61, *, *

*, *, *

65, *, *

45, *, *

*, *, *

Northeastern

*, 67, *

*, *, *

89, *, *

*, *, *

66, *, *

89, *, *

30, *, *

Stony Brook

31, 28, 31

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

58, *, *

54, *, *

*, *, *

Syracuse

44, 55, *

*, *, *

48, *, *

*, *, *

49, *, *

89, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of Utah

41, 28, 41

*, *, *

53, *, *

*, *, *

43, *, *

61, *, *

*, *, *

Co School of Mines

*, *, *

*, *, *

65, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of Cincinnati

*, *, *

23, *, 23

74, *, *

*, *, *

87, *, *

59, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of New Mexico

*, *, *

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*, *, *

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Oklahoma State

108, *, *

*, *, *

70, *, *

*, *, *

104, *, *

78, *, *

16, *, 16

Univ of Connecticut

92, *, *

*, *, *

51, *, *

*, *, *

79, *, *

72, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of NC

29, 17, 30

*, *, *

*, *, *

15, *, 15

*, *, *

8, *, *

*, *, *

MI Tech

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

67, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of Missouri, Rolla

106, *, *

*, *, *

58, *, *

*, *, *

81, *, *

50, *, *

*, *, *

Clemson

*, *, *

*, *, *

81, *, *

*, *, *

73, *, *

63, *, *

32, *, 30

Mississippi State

99, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

102, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

Polytechnic Univ

*, *, *

*, *, *

63, *, *

*, *, *

25, *, 24

106, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of Central Fl

83, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

77, *, *

*, *, *

*, *, *

Auburn

*, *, *

32, *, 30

72, *, *

*, *, *

59, *, *

75, *, *

20, *, 20

NJIT

*, *, *

*, *, *

80, *, *

*, *, *

103, *, *

99, *, *

*, *, *

Univ of CA Riverside

*, *, *

*, *, *

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Univ of Houston

75, *, *

*, *, *

17, *, 20

*, *, *

90, *, *

37, *, *

36, *, *

Oregon State

71, 67, *

*, *, *

77, *, *

*, *, *

63, *, *

82, *, *

37, *, *

Tufts

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