Fiscal Year 2013-2014 (Actual)

Sources of revenue which support the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment in fiscal year 2013 - 2014 amounted to $23.0 million, of which 11 percent originated from university general funds, 19 percent from endowment income, 20 percent from gifts, and 50 percent from grants and contracts. Expenses during the fiscal year 2013 - 2014 amounted to $23.0 million. Woods largest expenditure includes Environmental Venture Projects and other research programs and centers, totaling $17.7 million, or 77 percent of the institute's annual budget.


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Total Expenses $22,953

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Revenue Sources Pie Chart

Total Sources of Revenue $22,953

On Camera

A Decade of Solutions at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Ten years ago, few researchers and experts crossed disciplines to collaborate in pursuit of environmental solutions. Today, thanks in part to the pioneering work of the Stanford Woods Institute, the landscape has changed dramatically. To mark that progress and lay the groundwork for future collaborative breakthroughs, Woods hosted a tenth anniversary symposium on Nov. 11, 2014. The event, moderated by School of Earth Sciences Dean Pamela Matson and San Jose Mercury News reporter Paul Rogers, brought together Stanford researchers, students and their colleagues in the water, conservation, sustainable development and public health fields. More …