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1 College of Science and Mathematics College of Science and Mathematics Budget Hearing Dr. Lynn Little, Dean March 22, 2013 2 College of Science and Mathematics Mission - Teaching of the highest quality, both undergraduate and graduate students - Providing students with the - knowledge and skills needed for life-long learning - ability to comprehend advancements in science, mathematics, and engineering - Fostering research and scholarship of high quality - Providing outreach to the local and larger communities 3 College of Science and Mathematics College of Science and Mathematics Dr. Lynn Little, Dean - Staffing: - 45 FT faculty, 2 HT faculty, 1 chemical stockroom manager, 1

machinist technician, 5 secretaries, 1 deans assistant, 1 dean - Fund raising: carried out at the departmental level - Student activities: participation in all-campus events - Needs: - Expansion of McCoy Hall; IT upgrades in Bolin Hall - Ceiling mounted projector and podium in BO 215 $25,000 - Ceiling mounted projector and podium in BO 309 $25,000 - Ceiling mounted projector and podium in BO 314 $25,000 - Wireless capability needed throughout Bolin Hall $$$$ 4 College of Science and Mathematics Departments - Biology - Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics - Computer Science - Mathematics - Mechanical Engineering 5 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Biology Dr. Bill Cook, Chair - MS degree in Biology Dr. Magaly Rincon-Zachary, Graduate Council Representative - BS degree in Biology - Option A Molecular-Cellular Biology - Option B Organismal Biology

- Option C Pre-professional (Pre-med, Pre-dentistry, Pre-vet) - Option D Pre-professional (Pre-physical therapy) - Option E1 Clinical Laboratory Science (3+1) - Option E2 Clinical Laboratory Science (4+1) 6 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Biology Distinctions - UGROW: Undergraduate Research Opportunities and Summer Workshops - 2005: Begun by Dr. Magaly Rincon-Zachary with 4 students and 4 faculty members of the College of Science and Mathematics - 2012: 18 students (from 45 applicants) and 25 MSU faculty members from across the campus - 2013: Dr. Rincon-Zachary has been appointed Director of Undergraduate Research for MSU - 2013: EURECA (MSUs QEP) extends faculty-mentored research to undergraduate students from across the campus, year-round 7 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Biology Distinctions - Dalquest Desert Research Station - 1968: Dr. Walter Dalquest, MSU professor (1952- 1984) (died 2000) purchased 2 sections (1280 acres = 2 sq. mi.) of rugged West Texas canyon land north of and adjoining the Big Bend Ranch State Park - 1996: Walter and Rose Dalquest donated the site to MSU for research

- 2004: Rose Dalquest donated an adjacent 2-2/3 sections (1708 acres), bringing the total to 3,000 acres of pristine Chihuahuan Desert - Faculty members and students research biodiversity, ecology, paleontology, and geology of this native desert, year-round - A freshwater well recently has been dug, and plans are underway to build a permanent, enclosed research station with lodging and labs 8 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Biology Dr. Bill Cook, Chair - Staffing: - 7 FT faculty, 2 HT faculty, 1 secretary - Student activity: Texas Academy of Science - students present their research findings, observe others research talks, and network - Needs: - Wide-range sensor network for use at DDRS $14,000 - 3 FlexCams for projection of microscope images $2,697 - Phototube head & digital camera for microscopes $2,015 - 4 Physiographs w/ laptops for physiology labs $31,252 - Fluorescent microscope with high speed camera $78,676 9 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Biology Dr. Bill Cook, Chair - Needs: - Dissecting microscopes (20 @ $2,000 ea) $40,000 existing microscopes are old and of poor quality - 5 Student-grade PCR machines $20,000 - $25,000 will enable students to perform cutting-edge genetic analyses

- Mastergradient PCR thermocycler $8,079 current technology does not permit multiple programs to be run - Nanodrop spectrophotometer to measure DNA $9,570 current technology wastes precious small quantities of DNA - Spirometers (7 @ $660 ea) $4,620 high volume of students is using only two out-dated instruments 10 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Dr. Rodney Cate, Chair - BS degree in Chemistry - Option A Professional option (pre-graduate school) - Option B Interdisciplinary option (pre-professional) - Option C Biochemistry option 11 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Dr. Rodney Cate, Chair - Minors in - Environmental Science - Geosciences - Physics - Courses in General Science for students pursuing teacher certification with a BS degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, or a BS degree in a science

major with secondary teaching certification 12 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Distinctions - Chemistry - Accredited by the American Chemical Society - All tenure-track faculty have their own research labs and have directed undergraduate student research involving most Chemistry majors over the past 29 years - This activity has been continuously funded throughout this period by the Robert A. Welch Foundation ($30,000/year) 13 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Distinctions - Geosciences - The Geosciences Program receives funds from a number of donors in the local oil and gas industry, which has led to the establishment of a concentration in petroleum geology - This includes a distinguished professorship, effective Fall 2013, and substantial financial support 14

College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Distinctions - Physics - Physics Program graduates have one of the highest rates for placement in graduate programs - Efforts are underway to offer a BS degree in Physics through the Texas Physics Consortium to leverage advanced course offerings from across the State 15 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Dr. Rodney Cate, Chair - Staffing: - Chemistry 5 FT faculty, 1 chemical stock rm. mgr., 1 secretary - Geosciences 3 FT faculty - Physics 2 FT faculty - Student activities: - ACS student members host an annual Chemistry Carnival for 4th -6th graders from the Boys & Girls Club featuring demonstrations and hands-on group projects - ACS students also participate in the Bowie ISD Science Carnival 16 College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Dr. Rodney Cate, Chair - Chemistry Needs: - General Chem. Lab Equipment $28,800 Computerized data acquisition and analysis tools are needed for improved pedagogy - Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer $25,000 Current GCMS computer controller is obsolete and not covered by mfr. - Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometer $150,000 LCMS is needed for student training and graduate competitiveness 17 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Dr. Rodney Cate, Chair - Geosciences Needs: - Lab space and equipment upgrades in Petroleum Geology Petroleum Geology emphasis to begin in academic year 2013-14 - Environmental software capability upgrades $5,000 Students need industry-standard tools for graduate competitiveness - Dalquest field camp support $9,000 Dalquest development as a field camp for graduates will necessitate equipment and housing 18

College of Science and Mathematics Department of Chemistry, Geosciences, and Physics Dr. Rodney Cate, Chair - Physics Needs: - Service-level laboratory space and equipment expansion Space needs plus $17,000 for new equipment Demand for support of the growing engineering program necessitates an expansion of entry-level physics laboratories - Equipment needs to support advanced lab courses $7,200 Lecture courses for the Texas Physics Consortium will be taught online, but labs must be taught on campus 19 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Computer Science Dr. Ranette Halverson, Chair - MS degree in Computer Science Dr. Nelson Passos, Graduate Council Representative - BS degree in Computer Science - BA degree in Computer Science 20

College of Science and Mathematics Department of Computer Science Distinctions - Active participation in student research and development - ACM Regional Programming Contest MSU students compete against 40 universities in the south-central region - North Texas Area Student Conference MSU students and students from other universities present their research - Math, Science & U Conference Jr. High girls and their teachers attend a full day of activities given by female MSU faculty: mathematicians, computer scientists, etc. - Computer Science & Mathematics BBQ Annual student academic awards dinner for students in these two depts. 21 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Computer Science Dr. R. Halverson, Chair - Staffing: 8 FT faculty, 1 secretary Fund raising: Selling of used textbooks to a book vendor Student activities: Host several conferences for students Needs: - Convert BO119/120 into computer science teaching lab - $85,000 - Add the following funded items to the budget - ACM Regional Programming Contest - $1,250 - North Texas Area Student Conference - $2,000 - Math, Science & U Conference for Jr. High Students - $3,000 22

College of Science and Mathematics Department of Computer Science Dr. R. Halverson, Chair - Needs: - Printer for BO 119 lab (replacement for dying printer) $1,813 - 3 programmable robots for use in programming classes $3,597 - Lectern for BO 320 (current lectern is outmoded) $2,359 - Hardware for NT Regional Plan. Comm. research $1,315 - 2 iPads for research and student support $1,000 - 5 Mac computers for teaching iPhone apps course $10,000 - Podium, computer, and projector for BO 312 $6,000 23 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mathematics Dr. Dawn Slavens, Chair - BS degree in Mathematics - BA degree in Mathematics 24 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mathematics Distinctions - Active participation in student research and development - Math, Science & U Conference Jr. High girls and their

teachers attend a full day of activities given by female MSU faculty: mathematicians, computer scientists, etc. - Computer Science & Mathematics BBQ Annual student academic achievement awards dinner for students in these two departments 25 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mathematics Dr. Dawn Slavens, Chair - Staffing: 14 FT faculty, 1 secretary Fund raising: Selling of used textbooks to a book vendor Student activity: Participates in MS&U conference for Jr. High girls Needs: - SMART Board interactive white board for BO 101 $2,500 - Scholarship funds 26 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Sheldon Wang, Chair - BS degree in Mechanical Engineering - Certificate Program in Petroleum Engineering is planned to begin in Fall 2013 (pending Board approval)

27 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Sheldon Wang, Chair Distinctions - Accredited by ABET (formerly the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) - Active participation in outreach activities and growth of the department - Engineering Day for HS students International Student Winter Camp Engineering Week Engineering Day for Middle and Elementary School Students Young Engineering Summer (YES) Camp 28 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Sheldon Wang, Chair - Staffing: 5 FT faculty, 1 machinist technician, 1 secretary - Fund raising: Dr. Wang has very active donor support - Student activities: -

Industrial Advisory Board annual meeting (Fall) Engineering Day for HS students (Oct.) College Night Recruiting (Fall) International Student Winter Camp (Jan.) Engineering Week (Feb.) Engineering Day for Middle and Elementary School Students (Feb) Young Engineering Summer (YES) Camp (June) UGROW- Undergraduate Research Opportunities and (Summer) Workshops Study Abroad Program in London (July) 29 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Sheldon Wang, Chair - Needs: Space and funding - Building Expansion: McCoy Engineering Hall is slated for an addition of labs, a conference room, and office space, to occur before the beginning of Fall 2013 classes - Funding: The department is nearing a three-year matching commitment for petroleum emphasis, for $750,000 (of which $350,000 already is available to be matched) 30 College of Science and Mathematics Department of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Sheldon Wang, Chair - Costs for ABET Accreditation: Site visit slated for Spring 2014 - Fees $3,660 base fee

660 fee for one accredited program 3,000 fee for first evaluator (team leader) visit 3,000 fee for second evaluator visit $10,320 total fees - Travel and Lodging for two evaluators, 2-1/2 days $2,500 - Pre-onsite review trip to ABET by ME Chairman $1,250 - Total anticipated cost of ABET accreditation $14,070 31 College of Science and Mathematics State Monies .FY 2012-13 COSM MENG CMPS CGP MATH BIOL Total Salaries $164,904

$476,496 $591,232 $671,536 $868,001 $518,710 $3,290,879 Fringe Course Fees Dept. Oper. $46,833 $135,325 $43,464 $6,430 $167,910 $22,944 $4,177 $190,716 $77,225 $5,358 $246,512 $147,313 $18,383 $64,040 $5,821

$2,931 $934,609 $226,056 $47,829 Equip. Warranty Totals $87,465 $322,314 $944,835 $1,138,717 $732,994 $87,465 $4,586,838 FY 2013-14 $23,112 COSM $661,715 MENG $786,263 CMPS CGP

MATH BIOL Total Salaries $167,294 $552,634 $610,192 $615,452 $855,861 $501,731 *$3,303,164 Fringe Course Fees Dept. Oper. $47,511 $23,597 $156,948 $44,377 $6,565

$173,295 $23,426 $4,264 $174,788 $78,847 $5,471 $243,065 $142,492 $18,769 $65,385 $5,943 $4,177 Equip. Warranty Totals $88,077 $326,479 $760,524 $811,177 $874,558 $1,123,638 $713,785 *$938,099 **$230,804 **$50,017 *** $88,077 $4,638,561 *Raises based on $2,370 per faculty member

**Refers to a 2.1% increase based on the latest 5-year average annual increase in the general rate of inflation ***Based on 0.7% increase 32 College of Science and Mathematics Body or photos goDean's here. Office FY 2012-13 FY 2013-14 Salaries $164,904 $167,294 Fringe $46,833 $47,511 Department Operations

$23,112 $23,597 Equipment Warranty $87,465 $88,077 Faculty Development $9,765 $9,970 College Totals Full Time Faculty Time Adjunct Faculty FY 2012-13 45 3 FY 2013-14

44 4 Staff Graduate Assistant Teaching Assistant Student Assistant 5 7 14 41 44 5 7 14

41 44 33 College of Science and Mathematics Body or photos go School here. of Engineering McCoy FY 201213 FY 2013-14 Salaries $476,496 $552,634 Fringe $135,325 $156,948 $43,464 $83,464

$6,430 $6,565 Course Fees/ Instructional Enhancement Fee Dept. Operations Acct. Full Time Faculty Time Faculty Adjunct Staff Graduate Assistant Teaching Assistant Student Assistant FY 2012-13 5 3

2 23 FY 2013-14 6 3 2 23 34 College of Science and Mathematics . Computer Science Department FY 201213 FY 201314 Salaries $591,232 $610,192 Fringe

$167,910 $173,295 $22,944 $23,426 $4,177 $4,264 Course Fees/ Enhancement Fee Dept. Operations Full Time Faculty Time Faculty Adjunct Staff Graduate Assistant Teaching Assistant

Student Assistant FY 2012-13 8 1 12 3 FY 2013-14 8 1 11 3 35 College of Science and Mathematics Chemistry / Geosciences / Physics Body or photos go here. 13

FY 2012- 14 FY 2013- Salaries $671,536 $615,452 Fringe $190,716 $174,788 Course Fees/ Instructional Enhancement Fee $47,344 / $19,759 / $10,122 $48,338 / $20,174 / $10,335 $77,225 $78,847 Dept. Operations Full Time Faculty FY 2012-13

$5,358 Time Faculty Adjunct Teaching Assistant Student Assistant CHEM 2 CHEM 19 GEOS 9 PHYS 2 CHEM 1 GEOS 1 CHEM 2 CHEM 19 GEOS 9 PHYS 2 CHEM 1 GEOS 1 CHEM 5 GEOS 3

PHYS 2 CHEM 1 FY 2013-14 Staff CHEM 5 GEOS 3 PHYS 2 CHEM 1 Graduate Assistant $5,471 36 College of Science and Mathematics Body or photos go here. Mathematics FY 2012-13 FY 2013-14 Salaries $868,001

$855,861 Fringe Course Fees/ Instructional Enhancement Fee $246,512 $243,065 $18,383 $18,769 $5,821 $5,943 Dept. Operations Full Time Faculty FY 2012-13 FY 2013-14 14 13 Time Faculty

Adjunct Staff 1 1 Graduate Assistant Teaching Assistant Student Assistant 13 13 37 College of Science and Mathematics Biology FY 2012-13 FY 2013-14 Salaries $518,710

$501,731 Fringe $147,313 $142,492 $64,040 $75,385 $2,931 $4,177 Course Fees/ Instructional Enhancement Fee Dept. Operations Full Time Faculty FY 2012-13 FY 2013-14 8 7 Time Adjunct Faculty 2

4 1 1 Staff 1 1 Graduate Assistant Teaching Assistant Student Assistant 13 13 16 16 38 College of Science and Mathematics Course Fees Planetarium

General Science Field Trips GEOS FY 2012-13 $1,710 $4,710 $2,216 FY 2013-14 $1,746 $4,809 $2,263 Funding UGROW / EURECA Graduate Research FY 2012-13

$60,191 $3,000 FY 2013-14 $60,191 $4,500 39 College of Science and Mathematics Donor Funds COSM MENG Bolin Henry Mc Coy CGP CGP Programs Use

$115,200 GEOS April 3, 2012 Distinguished Professorship $100,000 GEOS April 3, 2012 Endowment $100,000 GEOS April 3, 2012 Laboratory Equipment $75,000 GEOS April 3, 2012 Research Equipment

$6,500 GEOS Uncertain date of original $100,000 PHYS Dec. 23, 2010 Professor in Geology Scholarships and Lab Equipment Dec. 23, 2010 Scholarships March 13, 2012 McCoy Engineering Hall Expansion $200,000 $3,300,000 Gunn

Date $100,000 Nov. 6, 2003 $250,000 Aug. 24, 2005 Equipment, Supplies, and Scholarships McCoy Professor of Engineering 2017 Bolin Hall expansion $1,000,000 Mowrey $15,000 GEOS Oct. 25, 2011 Perkins-Prothro $9,219 GEOS

July 15, 1986 Unrestricted Distinguished ProfessorGeology Oct. 5, 2009 Educational Programs Priddy Endowment $500,000 40 College of Science and Mathematics Dalquest Research Station / Trans-Pecos Field Research Station Donor Funds CGP CGP Discipline Bolin $75,000 GEOS

Gunn $50,000 GEOS Hood $300,000 GEOS Donor Funds JAMP Date Use Trans-Pecos Field Research April 3, 2012 Station Dalquest Uncertain date Research of original Construction Dalquest Uncertain date Research of original Construction FY 2012-13

FY 2013-14 $15,399 $15,399 Joint Admin. Med. Program 41 College of Science and Mathematics Supplemental HEAF Request In addition to the HEAF allotment for FY 2013-14, we will need $17,000 to cover contracted support obligations for Dr. Jesse Carlucci $7,000 Dr. Ray Willis $10,000 $17,000 42 43

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