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Fiscal Year 2002 Annual Performance Report
for the Hispanic Agenda for Action (HAA) & the Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans Initiative (EEHA)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Sections 3, 4 & 5
Funding Tables


3.  Summary of Division Funding to Hispanic Serving Institutions and Hispanic Serving Health Professions Schools

From FY 2001 to FY 2002, CDC increased its funding to Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) and Hispanic Serving Health Professions Schools (HSHPS) from $2,380,320 to $13, 405,229 and from $867,848 to $2, 317,669, respectively.  CDCís goal for supporting HSIs and HSHPS is three percent of the total support for Institutions of Higher Education (IHE).  In FY 2002, CDCís funding to the HSIs and the HSHPS amounted to six percent  and one percent respectively.  CDC is pleased with the progress in supporting the HSIs and will strive to meet its goal next year with the HSHPS as well.

TABLE 3-A   AWARDS ($)

Category Awards to IHE+ Awards to IHEs for Hispanic Activities Awards to HSIs* Awards to HSIs as % of Total Awards to IHEs
Research & Development 210,800,544   12,499,410 6%
Program Evaluation 4,054,694     0%
Training 24,314,291   600,319 3%
Facilities & Equipment        
Fellowships, Internships, Traineeships, Recruitment, & IPAs 1,692,838   265,500 16%
Student Tuition Assistance, Scholarships, & Other Aid        
Administrative Infrastructure 700,000      
Other 706,231   40,000 6%
Total 242,268,598   13,405,229 6%


Summary of OPDIV/STAFFDIV Awards to Hispanic Serving Institutions by Category:  Fiscal Year 2002

 

AGENCYCenters for Disease Control & Prevention and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

 

NAME/SIGNATURE OF REPRESENTATIVE/TITLE Walter W. Williams, M.D., M.P.H. Director for Minority Health

 

TOTAL UNIVERSE OF FUNDS FOR INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION (IHE):  Goal is 3 Percent

AGENCY HEAD:  Julie Louise Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H.
+IHEs = Institutions of Higher Education
*HSIs = Hispanic-Serving Institutions

 

TABLE 3-B   AWARDS ($)

Category Awards to IHE+ Awards to HSHPSs* Awards to HSHPSs as % of Total Awards to IHEs
Research & Development 210,800,544 2,017,669 1%
Program Evaluation 4,054,694 0%
Training 24,314,291 0%
Facilities & Equipment      
Fellowships, Internships, Traineeships, Recruitment, & IPAs 1,692,838   0%
Student Tuition Assistance, Scholarships, & Other Aid      
Administrative Infrastructure 700,000 300,000 43%
Other 706,231 0%
Total     242,268,598 2,317,669 1%


Summary of OPDIV/STAFFDIV Awards to Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools by Category:  Fiscal Year 2002

 

AGENCYCenters for Disease Control & Prevention and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

 

NAME/SIGNATURE OF REPRESENTATIVE/TITLE Walter W. Williams, M.D., M.P.H. Director for Minority Health

 

TOTAL UNIVERSE OF FUNDS FOR INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION (IHE):  Goal is 3 Percent

AGENCY HEAD:  Julie Louise Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H.
+IHEs = Institutions of Higher Education
*HSHPSs = Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools
  **Cooperative Agreement with HSHPS, Inc.
   

 


 

4. Combined awards to Hispanic Serving Institutions and Hispanic Serving Health Professions Schools

See Tables 3-A and 3-B:  FY 2002 Agency Awards to HSIs and HSHPSs by Institution and Category

Table 3-A

FY 2002 Performance Report Department of Health & Human Services Federal Division Awards to Hispanic-Serving Institutions

States & Schools R&D Train Fellow Other Total
Arizona
AZ IBT -Albuquerque
AZ IBT- Santa Fe
AZ Western Col
Central AZ Col
Cochise Col
Estrella Mt Com Col
Phoenix Col
Pima Com Col
South Mt Com Col
California
Allan Hancock Col
Bakersfield Col
CA SU Bakersfld
CA SU Dom Hills
CA SU Fresno
CA SU Los Ang
CA SU Monterrey Bay
CA SU Northbridge
CA SU San Bernardino
CA SU Stanislaw
Cerritos Col
Chaffey Col
Citrus Col
Col of the Desert
Col of the Sequoias
Compton Com Col
D-Q Univ
Don Bosco Tech Inst
East Los Ang Col
El Camino Col
Fresno City Col
Fullerton Col
Gavilan Col
Hartnell Col
Heald Col- Salinas
Heald Col- Stockton
Heald Col- San Jose
Heald Col- Fresno
Heald Col-Milpitas
Imperial Val C
Kelsey-Jenney Col
Long Beach City Col
La Co Med Ctr
La Harbor Col
La Mission Col
La Trade Tech Col
La Valley Col
Merced Col
Mt St Mary's Col
Mt San Antonio Col
Oxnard Col
Palo Verde Col
Pasadena City Col
Porterville Col
Reedley Col
Rio Hondo Col
San Bernard Val Col
San Diego St Univ
Santa Ana Col
Southwestern Col
National His Col
Univ of Laverne
Ventura Col
West Hills Com Col
Whittier Col
Woodbury Univ

Colorado

R&D Train Fellow Other Total
Adams St Col
Comm C Denver
Otero Jr C
Pueblo Com Col
Trinidad St Jr Col   $33,974     $33,974

Florida

R&D Train Fellow Other Total
Barry Univ
Caribbean Ctr Ad St
FL Inter Univ
Miami-Dade Com Col
St John Vianney Col
St Thomas Univ
Trinity Inter Univ
         
Univ of Miami $3,156,084 $55,633 $,211,717
Valencia Com Col
 

Illinois

City Col - Truman
City Col - Malcolm X
City Col - Daley
City Col - Wright
Morton Col
NE Illinois Univ
St Augustine Col

Kansas

Seward Co Com Col

Massachussetts

Urban Col of Voston

New Jersey

Englewood Med Ctr
Hudson Com Col
NJ City Univ
Passaic Com Col
St Peter's Col

New Mexico

R&D Train Fellow Other Total
Alb Tech Voc Inst
E NM Univ - Roswell
Luna Voc Tech Inst
Mesa Tech Col
NM Highlands Univ
NM Jr Col
NM St Univ - Carlsbad
NM St Univ - Dona Ana
         
NM St Univ Grants   $214,200     $214,200
NM St Univ - Main Campus
N NM Com Col
Santa Fe Com Col
Univ NM - Los Alamos
         
Univ NM Main Campus $2,800,949       $2,800,949
Univ NM - Taos
Univ NM - Valencia
Western NM Univ
         

New York

         
Boricua Col
Col of Aeronautics
Col of Mt St Vincent
CUNY - Manhattan
CUNY - Bronx
CUNY City Col
CUNY - Hostos
CUNY John Jay C
CUNY La Guardia C
CUNY Lehman
CUNY NY City Tech Col
Mercy Col
         

Puerto Rico

R&D Train Fellow Other Total
Am U PR - BBayamon
Am U PR - Manati
Atlantic Col
Bayamon Central Univ
Caribbean Ctr Ad St
Caribbean U - Bayamon
Caribbean U - Carolina
Caribbean U - Ponce
Caribbean U - Vega Baja
Colegio Tech - Del Mun
Colegio U Del Este
Conservatory Music
Escuela Ed Artes
Humacao Com Col
Inst Tech De PR - Manati
Inst Tech De PR - Ponce
Inst Tech De PR - Rio Pie
Inter Am U - Aguadilla
Inter Am U - Arecibo
Inter Am U - Barranqu
Inter Am U - Bayamon
Inter Am U - Fajardo
Inter Am U - Guayama
Inter Am U - Rio Piedras
Inter Am U - Ponce
Inter Am U - San German
Pont Cath U - Arecibo
Pont Cath U - Guayama
Pont Cath U - Mayaguez
Pont Cath U - Ponce
Universidad Ad
Universid Cen Del Car
Universidad Del Tur
Univerdidad Metro
Universidad Pol
U PR - Aguadilla
U PR - Arecibo
U PR - Bayamon
U PR - Carolina
U PR - Cayey
U PR - Humacao
U PR - La Montana
U PR - Mayaguez
         
U PR Med Science $393,435 $61,578   $40,000 $495,013
U PR - Ponce
U PR - Rio Piedras
Univ of Sacred Heart
         

Texas

R&D Train Fellow Other Total
Coastal Bend Col
Delmar Col
El Paso Com Col
Howard Co Jr Col
Laredo Com Col
Mt View Col
Odessa Col
Lady of Lake Univ - S Ant
Palo Alto Col
St Edward's Univ
San Antonio Col
San Jacinto Col
South Plains Col
South Texas Com Col
SW Texas Jr Col
St Mary's Univ
St Philip's Col
Sul Ross St Univ
TX A&M Intern Univ
TX A&M - Corpus Christi
TX A&M - Kingsville
TX St Tech Col - Harling
Univ TX - Pan Amer
Univ TX - Brownsville
Univ TX - El Paso
Univ TX - San Antonio
         
Univ TX Med Science $6,148,942 $234,934     $6,383,876
Univ TX - Permian Basin
Univ of Houston
Univ of St Thomas
Victoria Col
         

Washington

R&D Train Fellow Other Total
Heritage Col
HACU $265,500 $265,500
Misc
R&D Train Fellow Other Total

TOTAL

$12,499,410 $600,319 $265,500 $40,000 $13,405,229

 

Table 3-B

FY 2002 Performance Report Department of Health and Human Services Federal Division Awards to Hispanic-Serving Health Professions Schools

 R&D AI Other Total

New Jersey Dental

1,785,169     1,785,169

HSHPS Inc.

232,500 300,000   532,500
         

Category Totals

2,017,669 300,000   2,317,669

 


 

5. Agency Hispanic American Employment

CDC continues to address the issues related to recruitment and retention of Hispanic Americans in the CDC workforce.

Table 4:
Agency Hispanic American Employment:  Fiscal Year 2002

Category All Americans Hispanic Americans % Hispanic Employees
  Career Non-Career Career Non-Career Career Non-Career
GS 1-4 20 140 0 3 0 2.1%
GS 5-8 878 319 17 11 1.9% 3.4%
GS 9-10 541 142 10 5 1.8% 3.5%
GS 11-12 1616 491 49 23 3% 4.7%
GS 13-14 2435 503 69 28 2.8% 5.6%
GS 15 317 35 4 0 1.3% 0
SES / RS 45 44 0 1 0 2.3%

Agency Head: Julie Louise Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H.
Name of Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

 


 

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