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people want a particular outcome and because they are yet to see this outcome they are not happy Give it (investigation) time There is a process ongoing ” Shehu said UND and NDSU each are seeking $25 million a year in the next biennium for a total $100 million to fund research at the schools It’s a considerably higher amount than the schools would typically receiveDon Morton chairman of the State Board of Higher Education told the Herald that if the universities do receive the funding there must be a focus on emerging technologies that will be beneficial for the entire state"We don’t want to keep funding some old research" Morton said "We want to really embrace the 21st century when it comes to research dollars"Mark Hagerott chancellor of the North Dakota University System said he met with legislators more than a year ago and discussed possible requests for more money for research and emerging technology in the state"I’m supportive of state resources into research into new (areas) into new fields and new stuff that we’ve got to adapt to" he said noting the exact amount of money could differ once the upcoming legislative session begins in JanuaryHagerott said he is "firm" that any additional research dollars have to go to new emerging areas and that the research has to fit with what North Dakota needs and that it is applicable to the futureMorton said the private sector also is willing to help the schools and added that the two universities working together gives the state critical mass and scale"There is a big payoff It’s not immediate but there is a big payoff to research especially (research) that can be commercialized" Morton saidMorton said Jay Schuler who heads up the state’s Department of Commerce is encouraging the research universities to do more commercialization of their work"There’s a little bit of complexity but when it comes to research it takes funding it takes funding from different resources It takes planning it takes collaboration and you’ve got to start somewhere and that’s what we’re doing" he saidUND President Mark Kennedy began making public comments about the proposal earlier this summer during presentations of the his in-depth strategic plan for UNDKennedy and NDSU President Dean Bresciani gave a rare joint presentation earlier this month in Grand Forks about the proposal and said investment in the research universities will return that money and more back to the state "We need the state of North Dakota to better appreciate how much benefit the state could see from investment in research and how investing in more research benefits not just our universities but the state and its citizens" Kennedy said during the presentationNDSU receives state funding for its agricultural research extension centers state Sen Ray Holmberg R-Grand Forks said There is no direct funding mechanism set aside for research at UNDAdditionally the state also matches federal funding the two research universities get through Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) This year’s state match was $6 million which is then shared between the schoolsState Board viewSBHE vice chair Greg Stemen said he believes investment in research is "always positive" and is supportive of the presidents working together"The most important thing is whenever you’re requesting investment you want to be able to attempt to show that there will be true return on that investment and I think that history shows that there’s been numerous successes and hopefully we’ll see that continuing" Stemen saidStemen said everyone is aware of the state of North Dakota’s economy noting that revenues from oil and agriculture aren’t what they were several years ago"Our state legislators and the governor are going to be very judicious with the state funds It’s just a matter of where are the priority areas" he said "So is it a substantial amount Yes nobody questions that but I think it’s up to two very capable presidents to demonstrate why that’s an area that will potentially generate new dollars for the state in the long run"Kathleen Neset former chair of the board said she is glad to see the universities working together on the proposal"Together they are stronger as is the state of North Dakota" she said "The research dollars are just so instrumental to all the good work that both UND and NDSU are doing I just feel that they are a stronger force when they are working together It just speaks well to the state and our higher education"New board member Daniel Traynor a Devils Lake-based attorney declined to comment on the proposal until he had more information about itThe Herald’s attempts to reach other board members—including Nick Hacker Casey Ryan and Jill Louters—were not successfulLegislatorsAfter Bresciani and Kennedy spoke together in Grand Forks earlier this month Holmberg said the important thing for the presidents is to "get their message out there" and especially in western North DakotaSenate Majority Leader Rich Wardner R-Dickinson said he doesn’t yet know too much about the proposal but said he supports research and would need to take the entire budget into account before making any promises"I’m sure I’m going to listen" he said "We’ve got to take a look at our other needs too"I’m for research and I think we need to do more research in the state Research has been good to us" Wardner continuedIn addition to visiting Fargo Kennedy and Bresciani indicated earlier this month they plan to make stops in Bismarck and the western part of the state to share their proposalHolmberg said earlier this month that finding the money for a proposal is always a challenge but said he believes stability with research is a good thingThere are many competing interests when it comes to the state funds available for investments like this Holmberg said noting that $100 million may be too much to ask for up front"I want to see how much money we have and what’s going to be there" he said With one of these simple exercises.
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