Engineering Ideas for Tomorrow -- College of Engineering 1997 Annual Report
1996-97 Financial Summary
College of Engineering 1997 Annual Report -- Engineering Ideas for Tomorrow

With the exception of the historical information, the total expenditures and funding sources listed here reflect the college's fiscal year July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997.

1996-1997 Total Funding Sources

Federal Government 38%
 
Business, Industry, Foundations, and Others 18%
 
General Program Revenues (State Taxes) 16%
 
Student Fees 14%
 
Engineering Professional Development 11%
 
Graduate Student Research 2%
 
Miscellaneous 1%
 

1996-1997 Research Fund Sources

Federal Government 59%
 
Business, Industry, Foundations, and Others 27%
 
University Budget 10%
 
Graduate School Research 4%
 

1996-1997 Total Expenditures

Instruction-Academic Departments 21,454,000
Research 61,574,000
Engineering Professional Development 11,483,000
Academic Support Services 1 8,167,000
College Administration 923,000
Engineering Facilities Improvements 2 1,500,000
TOTAL 105,101,000

  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.

1991-1997 Research Expenditures

  1991-1992 1992-1993 1993-1994 1994-1995 1995-1996 1996-1997
University
Budget 1
4,684,000 5,359,000 5,899,000 6,139,000 6,259,000 6,470,000
Federal
Government
29,844,000 34,492,000 35,835,000 35,670,000 34,443,000 36,051,000
Industry and
Others
12,663,000 14,306,000 15,228,000 13,557,000 14,970,000 16,588,000
Graduate
School
2,946,000 2,131,000 2,504,000 2,509,000 2,629,000 2,465,000
TOTALS 50,137,000 56,288,000 59,466,000 57,875,000 58,301,000 61,574,000

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

1996-1997 Research Expenditures (by department)

  University
Budget
Federal
Government
Business,
Industry,
Foundations,
and Others
Graduate School
Research
TOTAL
Chemical
Engineering
445,110 4,576,970 1,929,855 415,466 7,367,401
Civil and Environmental
Engineering
545,079 2,109,676 1,169,443 172,669 3,996,867
Electrical and Computer
Engineering
648,475 6,275,157 3,176,267 525,785 10,625,864
Engineering
Physics
598,171 4,119,492 1,589,452 202,023 6,509,138
Engineering Professional
Development
32,666 820,944 1,239,367 1,000 2,093,977
Industrial
Engineering
379,787 4,415,631 1,456,833 168,608 6,420,859
Materials Science
and Engineering
406,635 5,809,286 954,293 167,366 7,337,580
Mechanical
Engineering
690,529 5,445,925 2,865,379 393,357 9,395,190
Engineering Experiment
Station Programs 1
1,635,644 2,477,893 2,206,874 418,280 6,738,691
Administration 1,088,123 0 0 0 1,088,123
TOTALS 6,470,219 1 36,050,974 16,587,763 1 2,464,554 61,573,510

  1. Engineering Experiment Station includes interdisciplinary research programs.
  2. Includes $1.7 million for transitional funding and equipment purchases.
  3. Includes $1.9 million of gift-in-kind equipment.

Faculty, Enrollment and Degrees Granted

  Fall 1997 Enrollment Degrees Granted 4
  Faculty 1 BS MS PhD BS MS PhD
Chemical and Biological Engineering 19 357 10 84 96 12 11
Civil and Environmental Engineering 33 340 120 55 66 57 9
Electrical and Computer Engineering 52 540 130 120 145 49 23
Engineering Physics 19 101 22 43 27 15 9
Engineering Professional Development 3 26 -- -- -- -- -- --
Geological Engineering 2 -- 58 4 6 19 3 --
Industrial and Systems Engineering 21 200 56 80 54 36 15
Manufacturing Systems Engineering 2 -- -- 72 -- -- 38 --
Materials Science Program 2 -- -- 10 58 -- 7 12
Materials Science and Engineering 16 60 5 16 20 4 8
Mechanical Engineering 38 520 160 115 161 48 20
Oceanography and Limnolgy 2 -- -- 3 9 -- 3 --
Pre-Engineering 5 -- 1,280 -- -- -- -- --
Water Chemistry 2 -- -- 2 9 -- -- 1
TOTALS 211 3,456 594 595 588 272 108

  1. Full, associate and assistant professors. only. Emeritus/staff not included; faculty associates/program directors included for EPD. Total college faculty of 211 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 five Professional Development Degrees.
  4. According to department records; August and December '96; May '97.
  5. Undergraduates not yet admitted to degree-granting departments.



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