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  • Undergraduate Student Town Hall Meeting
  • Dean’s Office
    Jonathan Wickert
    Dean, College of Engineering
    BalajiNarasimhan
    Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
    Diane Rover
    Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
    Jim Kurtenbach
    Associate Dean for Administration
    Ron Cox
    Assistant Dean for Economic Development
  • Department Chairs
    Tom Rudolphi, Interim AeroE
    RameshKanwar, ABE
    Surya Mallapragada, CBE
    James Alleman, CCEE
    ArunSomani, ECpE
    Gary Mirka, IMSE
    Richard LeSar, MSE
    Ted Heindel, Interim ME
  • Dimensions
    5086 undergraduate students
    1100 graduate students
    350 FTE faculty and staff
    $70M annual research expenditures
    Research collaborations with 60 centers and institutes across campus
    21% of our graduates have studied or worked abroad
    84% of students graduate with applied engineering work experience
  • Engineering in Social Context
    “Scientists investigate that which already is. Engineers create that which has never been.”Albert Einstein
    ENERGY
    ENVIRONMENT
    FOOD
    WATER
    CLIMATE
    INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Research Vignettes
    NSF Engineering Research Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (Professor Brent Shanks): an $18.5M partnership of six universities and nine companies to develop a new model for producing industrial chemicals
    CyberInnovation Institute and Virtual Reality Applications Center (Professor Jim Oliver): 100 million pixel facility, $20M in ongoing research
    Bioeconomy Institute (Professor Robert Brown): 160 affiliated faculty and $50M in cumulative research funding
    Center for Nondestructive Evaluation (Professor Bruce Thompson): NSF Industry/ University Cooperative Research Center focused on research impacting automotive, aerospace, energy, and defense areas
  • Happenings
  • ISU’s trend in total state appropriations
    (Provost’s November 17 presentation to the Faculty Senate)
  • Differential Tuition Allocation for the last 3 years
  • Engineering Student Council’s Questions
    • Will my future differential tuition payments be affected by cuts in the budget?
    • How will financial aid be impacted by budget cuts?
    • Will undergraduate research be minimized or cut due to budget reductions?
    • MIT recently started posting course lectures online for free. Has the college considered doing anything similar? What is the CoE doing to innovate in teaching and education?
    • How does the College rank nationally, and what are we doing to improve our ranking?
    • With enrollment being at record highs, what is being done to maintain reasonable class sizes and prevent a “crowded” feeling?