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PAST ANNUAL REPORTS

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2006-2007 Financial Summary

Interior of the renovated Mechanical Engineering Building

Renovated with $25 million from the state of Wisconsin and more than $27.5 million in private gifts, the historic Mechanical Engineering Building now is ready to play its role in a new century of engineering research, education and innovation (Large image)

With the exception of historical information, the total expenditures and funding sources listed here reflect the college's fiscal year July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007.

2006-2007 Total Expenditures

Instruction-Academic Departments 31,855,000
Research1 112,972,000
Engineering Professional Development 14,110,000
Academic Support Services2 11,263,000
Alumni and Industrial Gift Funds3 9,500,000
State Building Funds3 8,000,000
TOTAL 187,700,000
1Includes $36,624,000 of expenditures outside engineering but with engineering faculty as PI or co-PI.
2Includes student, library, media and computing services.
3Facilities construction
David Boris and Carlos Paz-Soldan

Graduate students David Boris (left) and Carlos Paz-Soldan are among Fusion Technology Institute researchers studying advanced fuels for clean, sustainable energy. The students are pictured with a Fusion Technology Institute inertial electrostatic containment device. (Large image)

2006-2007 Research Fund Sources

Federal Government 72%
 
Businesses, Industry, Foundations and Others 18%
 
UniversityBudget 7%
 
Graduate School Research 3%
 

2006-2007 Total Funding Sources

—Excluding facilities construction—

Federal Government 47%
 
Alumni, Industry, Endowments and Others 20%
 
General Program Revenues (State Taxes) 10%
 
Student Fees 12%
 
Engineering Professional Development 8%
 
Graduate School Research 2%
 
Miscellaneous 1%
 

Enrollment and Degrees Granted

As of Sept. 7, 2007.

  Fall 2007 Enrollment 3 Degrees Granted 4
  BS MS PhD BS MS PhD
Biomedical Engineering 161 30 46 46 21 2
Chemical and Biological Engineering 195 4 116 72 5 11
Civil and Environmental Engineering 261 60 68 88 35 11
Electrical and Computer Engineering 330 106 180 154 64 34
Engineering Physics 179 44 48 50 27 6
Engineering Professional Development 1 127 39
Environmental Chemistry and Technology 1 13 2 5
Geological Engineering 13 6 2 8 2
Industrial and Systems Engineering 148 64 63 57 44 14
Limnology and Marine Science 5 15
Manufacturing Systems Engineering 24 8
Materials Science Program 18 89 15 7
Materials Science and Engineering 46 2 3 13 1
Mechanical Engineering 496 90 85 177 44 22
Polymer Engineering and Science 5 1
Pre-engineering 2 1,317
TOTAL 3,146 586 728 665 307 113
1Department does not grant BS or PhD degrees. Master of Engineering in Professional Practice enrollment 62, degrees granted 28; Master of Engineering in Technical Japanese enrollment 12, degrees granted 1. Master of Engineering in Engine Systems enrollment 53, degrees granted 10.
2Undergraduates not yet admitted to degree-granting departments.
3According to university records.
4According to university records; August and December ’06; May ’07.
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