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Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI. Dean’s Industrial Advisory Council March 16, 2006. Agenda. Meeting Convened Announcement of Vice Chair Introduction of New Members Dean’s Report Guest Speaker Subcommittee Meetings Subcommittee Reports Wrap-Up.

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purdue school of engineering and technology iupui

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI

Dean’s Industrial Advisory Council

March 16, 2006

  • Meeting Convened
  • Announcement of Vice Chair
  • Introduction of New Members
  • Dean’s Report
  • Guest Speaker
  • Subcommittee Meetings
  • Subcommittee Reports
  • Wrap-Up
announcement of vice chair
Announcement of Vice Chair
  • Doreen Gridley
    • Partner, Ice Miller
introduction of new members
Introduction of New Members
  • Jerry Arthur
    • President, Cook Pharmica
  • J. Michael Brooks
    • President, Indiana Health Industry Forum
  • Craig Edlin
    • Senior Account Sales Engineer, Rockwell Automation
  • Joe Gustin
    • Indiana Dept. of Transportation
  • Fred Keller
    • Vice President of Engineering, Carrier
  • Matt Rubin
    • Business Development Manager, IU Research Technology Corporation
news from iu
News from IU
  • Reorganization within IU system
    • President will step down by 2008
    • Interim Chancellor for Bloomington (McRobbie)
    • Review of system schools
    • Review of Responsibility Centered Management (RCM)
    • New roles for Charles Bantz
      • Senior IU Vice President
      • IUPUI Chancellor
      • Academic Responsibility for 6 regional campuses
  • Life Sciences Initiative
  • Initiative for Internationalization
iupui news
  • IUPUI Search for Executive Vice Chancellor
    • William M. Plater will move to a new role
    • There are three final candidates for his replacement
  • Some reorganization is expected
  • Search will start for two new vice chancellors (research and external affairs)
school news
School News
  • Enrollment
  • Doubling goals
  • Program reviews
  • Guidant Foundation Chair
  • Honorary doctorate
  • Space
  • Budget
academic programs
Academic Programs
  • Reaccredidation visit by ABET during fall 2006
    • Architectural Technology (AS)
    • Construction Technology (BS)
    • Electrical Engineering Technology (BS)
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology (BS)
  • IUPUI Program Reviews
    • Engineering Programs (October 20-14, 2005)
    • Technology Programs (Spring 2006 or later)
academic programs cont d
Academic Programs (cont’d)
  • Highlights of IUPUI Reviews
    • SWOT analysis by each team
    • Campus doubling goals will not be reached without significant new resources
    • There is a lack of alignment among campus, school, and department visions and strategic plans
    • Salary compression for existing faculty is serious
    • There is no coherent space planning in spite of acute space shortage for research
academic programs cont d13
Academic Programs (cont’d)
  • New degree programs
    • Biomedical Engineering Technology (BS)
  • Degree programs to be phased out
    • Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology (AS and BS)
    • Civil Engineering Technology (AS)
  • Restructuring
    • Change Construction Technology (BS) to Construction Engineering and Management Technology (BS)
academic programs cont d14
Academic Programs (cont’d)
  • New Certificate Programs
    • Motorsports Certificate (MET)
    • Systems Engineering Certificate (Graduate/ME)
    • Entrepreneurship Certificate
doubling teaching and learning at iupui
Doubling Teaching and Learning at IUPUI
  • Using the 2002 as the basis for doubling, increase to 4,000 the number of baccalaureate degrees granted by 2010 (from 2,212 to projected 3,318)
  • Increase at least 75% the freshman to sophomore retention rate for first time full-time students beginning in Fall 2008 (65% to 75%)
  • Increase the 6-year graduation rate to 40% for first-time full-time students entering in Fall 2004 (22% to 40%)
doubling research scholarship and creative activities
Doubling Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities
  • Follow strategic plan to increase synergies and research activities on campus
  • Double external funding by 2010 ($220M to $440M)
  • Invest selectively to enhance faculty and infrastructure support for research
  • Develop appropriate means beyond external funding to measure research
doubling grants and contracts
Doubling Grants and Contracts
  • E&T doubling research goal in 2010: $5.4M (based on $2M in FY2004)
  • Projected R&SP goals
doubling civic engagement
Doubling Civic Engagement
  • Define and systematically measure civic engagement
  • Double community-based learning by 2010 (students participating in service learning from 2,000 to 4,000)
  • Document that by 2010 every graduate has completed a reflective experience that enhances their understanding of the responsibilities of citizenship
doubling diversity at iupui
Doubling Diversity at IUPUI
  • To instill diversity as educational and social asset reflected in our learning and work
  • To attain a demographic diversity reflecting the diversity of our service region
  • To increase and improve the social and physical environments as outlined by 13 action items and 8 diversity performance indicators
doubling diversity in the school
Doubling Diversity in the School
  • Diversify student body through MEAP and international programs
    • Minority students: increase from 14% to 20%
    • International students: increase from 7% to 10%
  • Appoint diversity advocates to serve on all search and screen committees
  • Recruit more faculty and staff from underrepresented groups
thomas j linnemeier guidant foundation chair
Thomas J. Linnemeier Guidant Foundation Chair
  • Thomas J. Linnemeier Endowed Chair in Biomedical Engineering
  • Supported by $1.9M investment from Guidant Foundation
  • First holder is Dr. Ghassan Kassab from University of California, Irvine
    • BS Chemical Engineering, UC San Diego
    • MS Engineering Science, UCSD
    • PhD, Bioengineering, UCSD
    • Cardiovascular Biomechanics, Experimental and Computational Vascular Engineering, Coronary Circulation in Health and Disease, Vascular Tissue Remodeling, Tissue Engineering, Simulation of Complex Biological Systems
  • Will start on April 1, 2006
honorary degree
Honorary Degree
  • Bill Wylam will be awarded Honorary Purdue University Doctorate degree
  • IUPUI Commencement on May 14, 2006
  • Nominated by IUPUI
  • Long and distinguished service to IUPUI
  • Connections to Purdue University
  • Strong engagement with community
school budget for 2006 07
School Budget for 2006-07
  • Income
    • State appropriation is down by 7.8%
    • Student fees are down
    • Indirect cost recovery from research is up
  • Expenditures
    • Campus and university assessments are up
    • Faculty and staff compensation is up
  • Result
    • Deficit of $278K in the base budget
    • Deficit of $300K in cash funds
school budget for 2006 07 cont d
School Budget for 2006-07 (cont’d)
  • Possible budget action items
    • Recruit more students (resident and international; undergraduate and graduate) and improve retention to increase student fee income
    • Increase sponsored research for additional indirect cost recovery
    • Freeze hiring of new faculty and staff
    • Reexamine budget priorities
space planning
Space Planning
  • ET Building
    • Phase I of basement renovation is complete
    • Phase II will be completed by June 30, 2006
    • Labs and offices will move to basement by August 15, 2006
    • Several teaching labs will be consolidated
    • Third floor renovation will start in summer 2006
    • CIT will move to ET by January 2007 from SL Building
space planning cont d
Space Planning (cont’d)
  • SL Building
    • 3,000 sq ft of space in basement will go to the School of Science
    • Several labs will be renovated and converted to BME labs by December 2006
    • BME will move to CIT office area by January 2007
    • Additional space will be created for BME research laboratories
guest speaker

Guest Speaker

D. Craig Brater, Vice President, Indiana University, Dean and Walter J. Daly Professor, IU School of Medicine

subcommittee meetings
Subcommittee Meetings
  • DIAC Education and Awareness
  • Health and Life Sciences
  • Industry Resources and Programs
  • Research
subcommittee reports
Subcommittee Reports
  • DIAC Education and Awareness
  • Health and Life Sciences
  • Industry Resources and Programs
  • Research
education and awareness

Education and Awareness

DIAC Sub-Committee

education and awareness subcommittee
Education and Awareness Subcommittee
  • Chair: Joe Kitterman, oxygenED, LCC
    • Joe Abella, Raytheon Technical Services Company
    • Tim Altom, Perficient Consulting
    • Donna Chastain, Raytheon Technical Services Company
    • Mike Cyb, Electronic Data Systems
    • Karl Kuehner, Cummins
    • Cindy Munerol, AT&T
    • Kevin Zaletel, United Parcel Service
    • Sam White, IUPUI
education awareness subcommittee
Education & Awareness Subcommittee
  • Met Monday March 13, 2006
  • Attendees
    • Joe Kitterman, Oxygen Education - Chair
    • Joe Abella, Raytheon
    • Tim Altom, Perficient Consulting
    • Donna Chastain, Raytheon
    • Karl Kuehner, Retired Cummins
    • Cindy Munerol, AT&T
    • Terry Talbert-Hatch
    • Paula Jenkins
    • H. Oner Yurtseven
education awareness subcommittee39
Education & Awareness Subcommittee
  • How can this committee address the following?
    • The US is not producing enough engineers and scientists to remain competitive in a global marketplace
    • There are not enough qualified students in the pipeline interested in a technical career
    • School of Engineering and Technology is tasked to increase enrollment as well as the quality of its students

Information Resources:

Thomas Friedman, “The World Is Flat”

NAS Report “Rising Above The Gathering Storm”

topics discussed
Topics Discussed
  • IUPUI has in place various programs to attract students
      • There are a number of initiatives, such as PLTW, that are in place and appear to be working
  • Project Lead The Way
    • Hosted the conference in 2005
    • 337 students attended
    • More would come if capacity had allowed
    • Conference included career based break-out sessions
      • Forensics
      • Motorsports
    • Indiana Dept of Education sponsors the program in the high schools
    • Each school is paid $450 per student
other points
Other Points
  • Emphasis seems to be on attracting top students. Are average students adequately addressed?
  • IPS has an excellent relationship with West Lafayette
  • Dr. Sam White is preparing plan to address minority students
  • Stakeholders: Students, Parents, High School Teachers, IUPUI, Industry, Government
  • Can DIAC help the school have an impact with teachers?
    • As a resource
    • By recognizing outstanding high school teachers
  • What is being done for high school teachers now?
    • PLTW conference
    • Teachers requested more sessions for teachers
      • Teachers must be trained to teach the program
    • Some schools would like to offer the program but do not have trained faculty – (George Washington)
some starting points
Some Starting Points
  • Sam White has been investigating the diversity efforts of the school
    • Looking at 6th – 11th grade
  • DIAC could work with Dr. White to see if we can attract more IPS students
    • IPS high potential students are already actively recruited
    • Perhaps we could look at the next tier of student
  • DIAC could offer an award to the PLTW teachers who have had the most impact
    • Present the award at the Honors Convocation – April 21
education awareness subcommittee43
Education & Awareness Subcommittee
  • Draft Vision
    • Engineering & Technology attracts a growing number of more highly qualified students from a diversified population and is perceived as the school of choice by Stakeholders
  • Draft Mission
    • DIAC Education & Awareness Sub-Committee provides advice and other assistance to help the school achieve this vision. Specifically,
      • Facilitate(foster) a closer relationship between IUPUI and the high school community, i.e. teachers, guidance counselors
        • Sponsor industry speakers in the high school classroom
        • Sponsor DIAC recognition of high school teachers
        • Address groups of teachers to increase awareness of industry needs and activities
education awareness subcommittee44
Education & Awareness Subcommittee
  • Proposed Near Term Actions
    • Prepare a DIAC Award for High School Teachers for the Honors Convocation, April 21
      • “Project Lead the Way” teachers are natural choice. As timing for 2006 is an issue, one award will be made.
      • Establish award criteria
      • Determine number of awards & raise funds for future
    • Offer assistance to Dr. Sam White to help with review of Diversity Plan
    • Investigate other initiatives that link students, parents, teachers, IUPUI and industry
health and life sciences

Health and Life Sciences

DIAC Subcommittee

health and life sciences subcommittee
Health and Life Sciences Subcommittee
  • Chair: Wade Lange, Lange Advisors
    • Jerry Arthur, Cook Pharmica LLC
    • Jim Boltinghouse, Sabin Corporation
    • J. Michael Brooks, Indiana Health Industry Forum
    • Tom Copeland, Specialty Manufacturers, Inc.
    • Dale Jacobs, BSA LifeStructures
    • Guido Neels, Guidant
    • Joerg Schreiber, White Arrow Consulting
    • Ed Berbari, IUPUI
industry resources programs subcommittee
Industry Resources/Programs Subcommittee
  • Chair: Cary Marston, Cummins
    • Vince Newsom, Delphi Electronics and Safety
    • Stan Bentley, Diversified Systems
    • Jeffry Carter, State of Indiana
    • Robert Delaney, Rolls-Royce Corporation
    • Bill Klenk, Allison Transmission
    • Joe Plomin, Remy International
    • Mike Winter, fiVision
    • Rich Pfile, IUPUI
    • Terri Talbert-Hatch, IUPUI


DIAC Subcommittee

research subcommittee
Research Subcommittee
  • Co-Chairs: Wayne Eckerle, Cummins and

Doreen Gridley, Ice Miller

    • Mike Hayden, Sun Microsystems
    • Clayton Nicholas, Delphi Delco Electronics
    • Brad Schweibold, Computer Associates
    • Jeff Seger, Cummins
    • Bernie Sepaniak, Escient / ReplayTV, Digital Networks North America
    • Jim Wheeler, Thomas P. Miller and Associates
    • Bill Wylam, Electricore
    • Hasan Akay, IUPUI
    • Yaobin Chen, IUPUI
    • Andrew Hsu, IUPUI
wrap up important dates
Wrap-UpImportant Dates
  • April 21, 2006: School of Engineering and Technology Honors Convocation, Crowne Plaza, 5:30 p.m. social, 6:30 p.m. dinner
  • May 9-10: INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair
  • June 15, 2006: DIAC Meeting, IU ETC, 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.
  • September 15, 2006: Joint Board of Advisors Retreat, Rolls-Royce Training Center, 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • December 7, 2006: DIAC Meeting, IU ETC, 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm