OSU College of Engineering Overview William A. Bud

OSU College of Engineering Overview William A. Bud

OSU College of Engineering Overview William A. Bud Baeslack, III, Dean Council of Deans November 20, 2007 College of Engineering Vision We will achieve world-class stature as a college of engineering through our excellence and impact in education, research and outreach. We will be nationally recognized as the preeminent college of engineering in achieving our land grant mission ensuring Ohios global competitiveness and future prosperity.

CoE Performance Plan Excellence * Impact * Innovation : Advancing a Legacy of Learning and Leadership Globalization Anchors New Vision NAE Engineer 2020 Competitive Forces in Engineering Education Drive Need for Change Importance of Ohio Roots Performance Plan Goals 1. Deliver an Outstanding 21st Century Undergraduate Education

2. Enrich and Advance Graduate Education 3. Grow Research by Focused Investment in Key Areas 4. Increase the Diversity of Students, Faculty and Staff 5. Strengthen Stakeholder Relationships 6. Optimize College Administration and Operations College of Engineering Profile Ten academic engineering departments and Knowlton School of Architecture 4,761 engineering, 591 KSA undergraduate students 1,303 engineering, 206 KSA graduate students >$100 million + in research expenditures

6th in nation in industry-supported research Ranked Top-15 Public College (#25UG, #26G, USNWR) 260 Full-Time Faculty (10 NAE, 10% women) 1,180 Engineering degrees in FY07 (795 BS, 266 MS, 119 Ph.D.) OSU CoE Academic Programs Aerospace Engineering Architecture Aviation Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering

City and Regional Planning Civil Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Environmental Engineering Engineering Physics Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Geodetic Science Geomatics Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering Landscape Architecture Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Nuclear Engineering Welding Engineering USNWR #25 Undergraduate; #26 Graduate #14 UG Public; #16 G Public #10 UG Land Grant Institutions Agricultural Engineering

#8 UG Chemical Engineering #26G Computer Engineering #23G Electrical Engineering #26G Industrial Engineering #14 UG, #19G Materials Engineering #12 UG, #14G Mechanical Engineering

#21 UG, #21G Major Supporting Programs Cooperative Education and Internship

Career Services Student Projects and Student Organizations Minority Engineering Program Women in Engineering Computer Laboratory Support Honors Program College Enrolled 443 Honors NFQF Au 2007 This represents 1/4 of honors coming to OSU Undergraduate Enrollment Graduate Enrollment

Total Research Expenditures $110,000,000 $105,000,000 $100,000,000 $95,000,000 $90,000,000 $85,000,000 $80,000,000 $75,000,000 $70,000,000 $65,000,000

$60,000,000 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06

Total Research Expenditures by Dept. 2002 - 2006 16,000,000.00 14,000,000.00 AER 12,000,000.00 KSA AVN BME

10,000,000.00 CBE CEG 8,000,000.00 CSE ECE 6,000,000.00

IWS MSE MEC 4,000,000.00 FAB 2,000,000.00 0.00 FY 02

FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 Growing Research by Focused Investment Targeted Investment in Excellence Cluster Hires IWSE Suresh Babu, Computational Materials MSE Ji-Cheng Zhao, Computational Materials ECE Alexander Demkov, Computational Materials

(pending) ME Carol Smidts, Energy, Nuclear Engineering ME Jeffrey Sutton, Energy, Fluid Mechanics New Research Centers Institute for Sensing Systems (TIE) Center for Occupational Health in Automotive Manufacturing Center for Sustainable Energy and Environment (TIE) Institute for Energy and Environment (Universitylevel) Key Plans/Priorities for AY07/08 Update CoE Performance Plan and Align with New

Institutional Priorities and Fiscal Conditions/Realities Complete Unit Level Strategic/Performance Plans that Align with Updated CoE Performance Plan Hire Director of EEIC, Implement Interdisciplinary Capstone Design Program, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Program Make Highly-Selective Faculty Hires through TIE Program; Limited Replacement Hiring Emphasis on Diversity Key Plans/Activities for AY07/08

Maximize Opportunities with OBR Research Scholar Program to Support Key Research Focus Areas Finalize Approvals and Plans for BME UG Program Submit Proposal for Professional Masters Degree for OAA and OBR Approval Collaborative with Fisher College of Business, Moritz College of Law, Glenn Center for Public Policy Further Enhance Undergraduate and Graduate Student

Recruitment, with Focus on Women and Under- represented Minorities Increase Opportunities for Collaboration Biotechnology (Tissue Engineering, Robotics, Imaging, Informatics) Alternative Energy, Environment and Sustainability Materials Innovation , Entrepreneurship and Commercialization

Diversity, Outreach and Engagement Key Challenges for FY08 and Beyond Providing Resources Required to Achieve Goals of Performance Plan National and Global Competition in Engineering Education Must be Competitive in OBR/ODOD Competitions Cost sharing? Preparing students for Globally Competitive Workplace Providing International Experiences

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