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College of Sciences and Arts
Fall Faculty Meeting, September 10, 2014
AGENDA
1. Welcome new faculty
2. CSA in 2014-15
Review enrollment and other numbers
3. CSA “To-Do List,” 2014-15
4. High Points and Recognition
5. Questions from the Floor
Welcome New Faculty
Air Force ROTC:
Major Jason Engler, Prof. Aerospace Studies & chair
Captain Patrick King, instructor
Army ROTC:
Captain Steven Jennings, instructor
Master Sgt. Adam Farmer, instructor
New Staff: Jonathan Fox & Christopher Bates
Computer Science
Min Song, department chair – arrives October 12
Welcome New Faculty
Cognitive and Learning Sciences
Susan Amato-Henderson, department chair
Amy Lark, instructor/ass’t prof, science education
Melissa Manninen-Luse, lecturer/adviser, psychology
Lorelle Meadows, Dean, Pavlis Honors College
Biological Sciences
Ebenezer Tumban, microbiology
Chemistry
Xiaohu Xia, ass’t prof, inorganic chem, nano mtls.
Kinesiology & Integrative Physiology
Steven Elmer, exercise physiology
Welcome New Faculty
Humanities
Leyre Alegre-Figuero, lecturer, Spanish Lang. & Cult.
Carlos Amador, ass’t prof, Spanish Lang. & Cult.
Sara Amani, lecturer, ESL
Maria Bergstrom, Instructor in Am. Lit. & advisor
Andrew Fiss, ass’t prof, Tech & Prof. Communication
Laura Kasson-Fiss, instructor, Brit. Lit
Ann Stander, instructor, ESL
Dana van Kooy, ass’t prof, Brit Lit
Marcelino Viera-Ramos, ass’t prof, Spanish Lang. & Cult.
Audrey Viguier, lecturer, French Lang. & Culture
Welcome New Faculty
Mathematical Sciences
Cecile Piret, ass’t prof, numerical analysis
Yeonwoo Rho, ass’t prof, statistics
Seokwoo Choi, visiting ass’t prof, statistics
Physics
Jae Yong Suh, assistant professor
Social Sciences
Donald LaFreniere, ass’t prof, historical geography
Kelly Boyer Ontl, instructor, anthropology
Visual And Performing Arts
Lisa Johnson, ass’t prof, art
Sarah Scarlett, Chipstone Post-doctoral Fellow
Enrollment, Fall 2014 (9/4/14)
Total:
UG
Credit hrs:
CSA
Female
7,021
(6,955/2013; 6,945/2012; 7,031/2011)
5,611
(5,610/2013; 5,623/2012; 5,728/2011)
90,662 (+900, 1.0%)
1,504 (-75)
1,806 - 26% (1806/26% 1790/25.8%; 1,837/26.1%)
399 first year, up from 349
New 1st yr. 1,195
(1,255/2013; 1,153/2012; 1,161/2011)
Retention: 84.8% (3.1%)
Transfer
206
(195/2013; 257/2012; 221/2011)
GRAD
1,410
(1,345/2013; 1,322/2012; 1,303/2011)
1st time MS 297 (-1); 1st time PhD 90 (-6)
CSA Budget, 2014-15
BL
CH
CLS
CS
KIP
HU
ESL
MATH
PHY
SS
VPA
Dean
ROTC
Salary & Wages
$1,679,033
$1,779, 937
$1,017,159
$1,898,188
$671,269
$2,509,575
$257,372
$2,844,829
$1,950,973
$1,667,198
$911,464
$388,664
$66,011
TOTAL, 2014 $17,641,392
TOTALS, 2013
TOTALS, 2012
TOTALS, 2011
$16,975,392
$16,643,694
$15,902,152
SS&E
$58,100
$56,000
$53,754
$32,000
$23,062
$61,432
$15,000
$67,170
$40,864
$34,000
$58,000
$86,642
$15,480
CSA TOTAL
$601,504 $18,242,896
$601,504
$601,504
$700,703
$17,756,895
$17,245,198
$16,602,855
GTAs (Grad
School)
$251,853
$666,670
$88,889
$392,872
$59,259
$740,745
$0
$733,338
$511,114
$400,004
$0
$0
$0
$3,844,744
$3,677,054
$3,600,769
$3,364,776
External Funding/Expenditures
$ in thousands
External
Award New
Res.
New
External
F&A
Proposal
FY
Funds: Expend. F&A Proposal Award Funds: Res. Expend. Recovery
FY 2012 2012 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2013 FY 2013 FY 2013
FY 2013
New
Proposal Award Funds FY
FY 2014 FY 2014 2014
BL
37
16
$1,252
$934
$189
26
9
$197
$696
$143
27
17
$3,358
CH
23
8
$1,224
$486
$97
26
4
$205
$676
$179
24
1
$180
CLS
11
6
$824
$237
$55
7
7
$355
$193
$41
9
8
$494
CS
18
7
$606
$401
$87
19
10
$514
$505
$93
19
15
$1,137
KIP
7
2
$50
$222
$54
14
4
$167
$81
$11
18
3
$213
HU
4
3
$90
$97
$35
4
1
$18
$70
$25
0
2
$35
MA
7
3
$151
$77
$28
20
7
$365
$163
$58
13
2
$236
PH
23
16
$1,736 $1,939 $409
40
22
$1,419
$1,738
$428
17
12
$1,541
SS
16
10
20
12
$1,081
$495
$87
17
6
1438
2
1
$3,280
0
1
$30
146
68
$8,665
$167
$228
$35
VPA
Dean
TOTAL
1
146
72
$35
$6,135 $4,621 $989
0
1
$35
176
77
$4,355
$4,617
$1,065
NOTE: CSA Faculty were PI on 150 proposals and co-PI on 59 proposals.
External Awards/Expenditures
Three-year average (1000s)
BL
CH
CLS
CS
KIP
HU
Math
PHY
SS
VPA
Dean
TOTAL
Extern. Res.
Proposals Awards
$
Expend.
30
14
$1,602
$815
24
4
$536
$581
9
7
$558
$215
19
11
$752
$453
13
3
$143
$152
3
2
$48
$84
13
4
$251
$120
27
17
$1,565
$1,839
18
9
$895
$362
1
0
$1.40
$33
156
72
$6,385
$4,619
F&A $
$166
$138
$48
$90
$33
$30
$43
$419
$61
$1,027
NOTE - 2 year averages
CSA GTA ALLOCATIONS 2009-10 to 2014-15
Biology
Chemistry
Cognitive & Learning Sci
Computer Science
Kinesiology
Humanities
Mathematics
Physics
Social Science
TOTAL
2009-10
10
26.5
1
16
2
27
27.5
19.5
13
142.5
2010-11
10
25.5
2.5
16
2
25
26.5
18.5
14.5
140.5
2011-12
8.5
23.5
4
14
2
25
25.5
17.5
14
134
2012-13
8.5
23.5
4
13
2
25
25.25
17.25
13.5
132
2013-14
8.5
22.5
3
12.5
2
25
24.75
17.25
13.5
129
2014-15
8.5
22.5
3
12.5
2
25
24.75
17.25
13.5
129
CSA GRAD STUDENT EXPENDITURES
Internal and External sources ($ in thousands)
Bio
ext
Bio
Int
CH
ext
CH
int
0910 $111 $272 $48 $603
CLS
ext
$2
10- $245
$326 $62 $632 $49
11
CLS
Int
CS
HU
KIP KIP
ext CS int ext Hu int ext int
MA
ext
MA
int
PH
ext
PH
int
SS
ext
SS
int
CSA
CSA
extern. intern.
$11 $105 $515 $33 $669 $21 $55 $28 $807 $333 $541 $21 $314 $702 $3,786
$54 $106 $614 $25 $758 $27 $90 $18 $876 $298 $592 $73 $311 $904 $4,254
11- $293
$292 $42 $681 $103 $75 $105 $531 $4 $792 $14 $72
12
$5 $815 $291 $530 $148 $300 $1,005 $4,090
1213 $239 $263 $86 $625 $85 $148 $183 $398 $16 $684 $1 $92
$3 $725 $338 $597 $218 $335 $1,169 $3,868
3- $259 $294 $63 $646 $79
yea
avg
$92 $131 $514 $15 $745 $14 $85 $9 $805 $309 $573 $146 $315 $1,026 $4,071
PIs must include support for graduate students (tuition &
stipend) in research proposals before I will sign transmittals.
The To-Do List, 2014-15
 Insuring the success and retention of CSA faculty,
especially those hired over the past 6 years;
(16 PT&R cases last year; 2nd year of salary increases;
core facilities support; increased REF funding, etc.)
 Expansion of graduate programs, continued focus on
course-work & accelerated (4+1) MS programs where
appropriate; also increase Ph.D. enrollment;
 Diversity: Encourage in all recruiting efforts; Spousal
Opportunities; Training required for ALL members of
Search committees and PT&R committees;
 Unit-level Activities: Statistics; Computer Alliance; GIS;
Chemistry space –safety and upgrading; human health;
 Assessment Activities: Information Literacy
To-Do List, 2014-15
 Strategic Plan update – university and
college level
 CSA Searches (limited start-up) 13 TT + 5)
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SFHI replacement in CLS/KIP;
2 ass’ts in Bio; P chem in CH;
2 ass’ts, 1 lecturer in CLS; 1 ass’t + in CS;
Professor of Practice in KIP;
3 ass’ts; 3 lecturers in HU;
Senior faculty in statistics;
2 ass’ts, 1 lecturer, senior faculty in SS;
Band director in VPA.
CSA Department Accomplishments!
• Biological Sciences: hosted 25th annual high school Bioathlon
in May; Guilang Tang received $2.5 million from NSF on micro
RNA regulation;
• Army ROTC: Significant number of cadets attended summer
training programs across the country, earning distinguished
results.
• Air Force ROTC: Team Excellence Award, #1 of 145
detachments nationwide.
• Computer Science: Linda Ott received initial MTU Diversity
Award; Charles Wallace recipient of Univ. Distinguished
Service Award; student team was 64th in the 2014
International Collegiate Programming Competition in
Ekaterinburg, Russia.
CSA Department Accomplishments!
• CLS: Brad Baltensperger, Amy Lark, Jackie Huntoon – $5
million MI Star project from Dow Foundation.
• Chemistry: Shiyue Fang and PhD candidate Durga Pokharel,
recipients of 2014 Bhakta Rath Award; Tarun Dam was
inducted into Academy of Teaching Excellence.
• Humanities: Suzanne Jurva (STC ‘82) and Erin
Smith recognized by Finlandia Foundation
National for documentary film “Yoopera!”,
a chronicle of the making of “Rockland:
The Opera.”
• VPA: Every faculty member serves on leading
national and professional organizations.
CSA Department Accomplishments!
• Social Sciences: Kathleen Halvorsen recipient of University
Research Award for 2014.
• Physics: Robert Nemiroff received 2013 Advanced Imaging
Conference Hubble Award for Astronomy Picture of the Day.
• Math: New programs: statistics; concentration in business
analytics’ minor in statistics
• Kinesiology & Integrative Physiology: DPT facility at ATDC
dedicated and joint program with Central Michigan launched.
• Real Progress with NIH: 2014 awards to Jason Carter (KIP),
Shiyue Fang (CH) and Philart Jeon (CLS) totaling $859,000;
CoE awards bring total active NIH grants to $2.1 million. This
is superb work in a very difficult funding climate!
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