VISION 2000: College of Engineering 1995 Annual ReportFINANCIAL SUMMARY
VISION 2000: College of Engineering 1995 Annual ReportHR

With the exception of historical information, the total expenditures and funding sources listed reflect the fiscal year July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995.

1994-1995 TOTAL FUNDING SOURCES

Federal Government 38%
 
General Program Revenues (State Taxes) 18%
 
Business, Industry, Foundations, and Others 16%
 
Student Fees 13%
 
Engineering Professional Development 11%
 
Graduate Student Research 3%
 
Miscellaneous 1%
 

1994-1995 RESEARCH FUND SOURCES

Federal Government 62%
 
Business, Industry, Foundations, and Others 24%
 
University Budget 10%
 
Graduate School Research 4%
 

1994-1995 TOTAL EXPENDITURES

Instruction-Academic Departments 21,095,000
Research 57,875,000
Engineering Professional Development 11,060,000
Academic Support Services 1 7,890,000
College Administration 910,000
Engineering Facilities Improvements 2 1,000,000
TOTAL 99,830,000

  1. Includes academic affairs, audio-visual services, computing center and computer classrooms, outreach program, library, diversity program and placement offices.
  2. Alumni and industrial gift funds to supplement state expenditures.

1989-1995 RESEARCH EXPENDITURES

  1989-1990 1990-1991 1991-1992 1992-1993 1993-1994 1994-1995
University
Budget 1
4,171,000 4,950,000 4,684,000 5,359,000 5,899,000 6,139,000
Federal
Government
25,015,000 26,522,000 29,844,000 34,492,000 35,835,000 35,670,000
Industry and
Others
11,151,000 13,440,000 12,663,000 14,306,000 15,228,000 13,557,000
Graduate
School
2,434,000 3,375,000 2,946,000 2,131,000 2,504,000 2,509,000
TOTALS 42,771,000 48,287,000 50,137,000 56,288,000 59,466,000 57,875,000

  1. Includes special allocations for transitional funding and equipment purchases.

1994-1995 RESEARCH EXPENDITURES (BY DEPARTMENT)

  University
Budget
Federal
Government
Business,
Industry,
Foundations,
and Others
Graduate School
Research
TOTAL
Chemical
Engineering
567,387 2,717,987 1,316,655 462,974 5,065,003
Civil and Environmental
Engineering
477,943 1,605,732 1,456,914 199,548 3,740,137
Electrical and Computer
Engineering
580,071 6,245,008 2,790,312 685,262 10,300,653
Engineering Mechanics
and Astronautics
143,245 169,819 114,564 50,386 478,014
Engineering Professional
Development
0 539,623 1,779,934 3,319 2,322,876
Industrial
Engineering
284,946 3,203,400 838,724 229,887 4,556,957
Materials Science
and Engineering
375,644 5,417,224 1,016,933 183,709 6,993,510
Mechanical
Engineering
425,951 6,064,763 1,629,864 280,054 8,400,632
Nuclear Engineering
and Engr. Physics
526,721 5,064,906 1,126,047 224,872 6,942,546
Engineering Experiment
Station Programs 1
1,545,392 4,641,861 1,486,751 188,636 7,862,640
Administration 1,211,545 0 0 0 1,211,545
TOTALS 6,138,845 2 35,670,323 13,556,698 2,508,647 57,874,513

  1. Engineering Experiment Station includes interdisciplinary research programs.
  2. Includes $1.7 million for transitional funding and equipment purchases.

FACULTY, ENROLLMENT AND DEGREES GRANTED

  Fall 1997 Enrollment Degrees Granted 4
  Faculty 1 BS MS PhD BS MS PhD
Chemical Engineering 20 364 18 93 105 12 18
Civil and Environmental Engineering 31 301 120 49 89 40 7
Electrical and Computer Engineering 59 500 174 146 130 81 34
Engineering Mechanics ans Astronautics 6 -- 87 20 26 32 20 5
Engineering Professional Development 3 14 -- -- -- -- -- --
Geological Engineering 2 -- 53 -- 3 7 1 2
Industrial Engineering 21 170 86 66 56 69 12
Manufacturing Systems Engineering 2 -- -- 59 -- -- 20 --
Materials Science 2 -- -- 13 68 -- 3 10
Materials Science and Engineering 18 62 21 22 18 8 9
Mechanical Engineering 38 544 126 94 163 57 14
Nuclear Engineering and Engr. Physics 21 43 32 46 5 19 8
Oceanography and Limnolgy 2 -- -- 6 10 -- 3 3
Pre-Engineering 5 -- 1,293 -- -- -- -- --
Water Chemistry 2 -- -- 3 11 -- 1 2
TOTALS 209 3,417 678 634 605 334 124

  1. Full, associate and assistant professors only. Emeritus/staff not included. Total college faculty of 209 is not the sum of departments shown--13 professors have appointments in two departments. Numbers shown are head counts; some professors have only part-time appointments.
  2. Interdisciplinary program--faculty listed under appropriate departments.
  3. Department does not grant BS, MS or PhD degrees. EPD granted two Professional Development Degrees.
  4. According to department records; August and December '94; May '95.
  5. Undergraduates not yet admitted to degree-granting departments.
  6. Formerly a department; now a degree program administered by NEEP. Six EMA professors joined NEEP; three joined ME.



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