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Title: Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI


1
Purdue School of Engineering and Technology,
IUPUI
  • Deans Industrial Advisory CouncilJune 15, 2006

2
Agenda
  • Meeting Convened
  • Introduction of New Members
  • Deans Report
  • Guest Speakers
  • Introduction of Thomas H. Linnemeier Guidant
    Foundation Chair in Biomedical Engineering
  • Subcommittee Meetings
  • Subcommittee Reports
  • Wrap-Up and Adjourn

3
Introduction of New Members
  • Bruce Wylam
  • Vice President, Client Services, Hunt
    Construction
  • Denny Sponsel
  • President, RJE Interiors
  • Mike Young
  • Chief Patent Counsel and Assistant Secretary,
    Roche Diagnostics

4
Deans Report
5
Overview
  • IU/IUPUI News
  • School News
  • General
  • Research and graduate programs
  • 2006-07 initiatives

6
IU/IUPUI News
  • Review of IU system schools
  • IUPUI administrative changes
  • New Executive Vice Chancellor and the Dean of
    Faculties Dr. Uday Sukhatme
  • Interim Vice Chancellors
  • Research and Graduate Programs
  • External Relations
  • Planning

7
School News
  • Biomedical Engineering Technology-BS degree
    program was approved
  • MBA/MSE Program approved
  • Combined 5 year BS/MS program had its first
    graduate
  • Signed new agreements with
  • Panther Racing
  • University of Namibia, Namibia
  • Rajamangala University of Technology, Thailand
  • TOBB Economics and Technology University, Turkey
  • Enrollment for fall 2006 looks weak

8
School News (contd)
  • ABET visit of our technology programs
  • October 2-4, 2006
  • ART (AS), CpET (BS), EET (BS), MET (BS)
  • IUPUI Review of technology programs
  • Fall 2006
  • Joint review

9
School Grants and Contracts
10
2005-06 Grants and Contracts by Department
11
2005-06 Grants and Contracts by Department
12
2005-06 Indirect Cost Recovery by Department
MET 15
ME 9
ECE 12
BME 62
13
Center and Institute Initiatives
  • The School is taking initiatives to establish the
    centers of excellence to promote research.
    Currently under consideration are
  • Transportation Active Safety Institute
  • Renewable Energy Center
  • Healthcare Management Engineering Center

14
Center and Institute Initiatives Transportation
Active Safety Institute (TASI)
  • Mission To advance the use of active safety
    systems to reduce vehicle crashes
  • Vision A global center of excellence for
    transportation active safety
  • A partnership among academia, industry, and
    government agencies.
  • Proposal to 21st Century RD Fund
  • 1st Workshop to be held in August

15
Center and Institute Initiatives Renewable
Energy Center
  • Renewable energy ethanol, hydrogen, fuel cells,
    advanced battery
  • One current 21st Century grant
  • Two 21st Century proposals one under review and
    one will be submitted
  • One proposal under consideration by the US Senate
    Appropriation Committee for funding

16
Center and Institute Initiatives Healthcare
Management Engineering Center
  • Develop curriculum and training materials for
    healthcare-based continuous improvement, Six
    Sigma, and Lean methodologies
  • Enable partnership between all Purdue University
    campuses and 166 member hospitals of IHHA
  • 1.2 M Grant from Sisters of St. Francis Health
    Services (SSFHS) for training in FY2006 for 12
    hospitals

17
2006-07 Initiatives
  • Continue with space planning
  • Move to ET Basement August 15, 2006
  • Move to ET third floor December 15, 2006
  • Renovate SL labs for life science research May
    2007
  • Partnership with Indianapolis Public Schools
  • Create magnet programs in STEM
  • Pilot 5-6, 7-8 grade programs to link to Project
    Lead the Way
  • Schools of Education, ET, and Science
    collaborate
  • Expand motorsports activities
  • Partnership with Panther Racing
  • Internships and student projects
  • Joint educational programs for middle schools

18
Guest Speakers Minority Engineering Advancement
Program (MEAP)
  • Patrick Gee, M.S.M.E, pgee_at_iupui.eduMEAP
    Director, Lecturer of Freshman Engineering and
    Freshman Engineering Student Advisor
  • Samuel G. White, Jr., Ph.D., swhitejr_at_iupui.edu
    Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
    Senior Advisor to the Dean for Diversity and
    Engagement

19
(MEAP) at IUPUI www.iupui.edu/meap
Shortly after the School was formed, it launched
efforts to attract more minority students to
engineering. The establishment in 1975 of the
Minority Engineering Advancement Program (MEAP)
was and still remains an important part of that
effort.
20
MEAP Introduction
  • Goal to enhance student interest in higher
    education and to give exposure to math, science,
    engineering and technology that provides the
    choice of Engineering and Technology as a college
    major and a future career. 

21
MEAP
  • The purpose of this presentation is to talk about
    MEAP with the DIAC so that feedback may be
    collected through questions, dialogue and future
    focus groups.
  • This information will assist with decisions
    concerning future programming and provide a
    framework for collaboration with local school
    systems and industry involved in the program.
  • This feedback may also provide rationale for
    requests for internal and external funding for
    future MEAP opportunities.

What do you think is needed to take MEAP to the
next level?
22
MEAP Past and Present
  • MEAP was established in 1976 in response to a
    small number of minorities in the engineering
    profession. 
  • MEAP has had a global mission to expose students
    to the field of engineering and technology to
    assist in enlarging the ranks of these
    disciplines by motivating young people to attend
    a college and pursue these careers.
  • In the past MEAP has had large concentrations of
    100 300 Indianapolis Public School (IPS) high
    school students in a summer program.

Joseph D. Kimbrew received his BSME from Prairie
View AM. He has worked at Rolls-Royce
Corporation since graduation and attended MEAP in
1976-1979 as a high school student.
23
MEAP Past and Present
  • Today MEAP is offered each summer to 75 100
    students, grades 6 through 12 that are interested
    in math and science related fields that may lead
    to majors in engineering and technology. 
  • MEAP is currently attempting to enhance
    recruitment and retention of minority students
    within the Purdue School of Engineering and
    Technology, IUPUI.

LaKendra Norwood received her BSEE in 2002 after
attending IUPUI and is now working at Carrier
Corporation. She is a MEAP Alumni from 1979.
24
MEAPs Revised Mission
  • MEAPs mission is to bring central Indiana,
    minority grade school, middle school and high
    school students to the Purdue School of
    Engineering and Technology, IUPUI for year-round
    interactions.

Brad Thompson, Key Learning School and Larrisa
Jackson, Broad Ripple High School during a panel
discussion with an IUPUI McNair Scholar.
25
MEAPs Revised Mission continued
  • MEAP exposes students tovarious areas of study
    within Engineering and Technology disciplines,
    the university environment and its faculty and
    staff. MEAP creates and maintains an academic
    environment of learning and growth while
    exposing students to positive role models from
    the university from within the profession.

26
MEAP Vision
  • To be a national model for providing primary and
    secondary school students (grade school, middle
    and high school students) exposure to engineering
    and technology disciplines at the university
    level.

27
MEAP Values
  • IUPUI and its mission
  • Economic and cultural development
  • Equality of opportunity for all students
  • From the IUPUI Strategic Plan
  • A. Enroll better prepared and more diverse
    beginning students.
  • 6. Cultivate relationships with P-12 students to
    improve their preparedness and disposition
    toward continued learning (e.g., after-school
    and summer experiences on campus, library
    access, credit courses).

28
MEAP Values continued
  • All students
  • The Purdue School of Engineering and
  • Technology, IUPUI faculty staff
  • A degree in Engineering and Technology
  • The profession of Engineering and Technology,
    industries and employment

Jerome Clark, a Computer and Information
Technology faculty member received a BS in
Computer Technology from IUPUI after graduating
from Broad Ripple High School and participating
in MEAP.
29
MEAP Values continued
  • Experimental learning process that cultivates and
    nurtures www.engr.iupui.edu
  • Positive role models MEAP success stories
  • Monica Brooks, BSME 84, MSME, Senior Mechanical
    Engineer, Precision Mechanical Design Group,
    Lockheed Martin, Orlando, FL. Learned about MEAP
    in high school and attended MEAP summer sessions
    after freshman, sophomore and junior year of high
    school. After Monica graduated from high school,
    she received a MEAP scholarship and was the first
    graduate of MEAP at IUPUI.
  • LaKendra Norwood, BSEE 02, Facilities Engineer,
    Carrier Corporation, Indianapolis, IN. LaKendras
    perception about engineering changed after
    spending one summer as a student in MEAP and two
    summers as a MEAP counselor.

30
National Numbers

31
Local Numbers 2006 Graduates Quantity 48
32
Local Numbers 2006 Graduates Quantity 48
33
Local Numbers 2005 Graduates Quantity 29
34
Local Numbers 2005 Graduates Quantity 29
35
MEAP Campus Collaboration
  • Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation
    (LSAMP) http//www.lsamp.iupui.edu
  • IUPUI Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program
    http//www.mcnair.iupui.edu
  • Diversity Research Scholars Program (DRSP)
    http//www.iupui.edu/scentral/DSRPFresh.shtml
  • Norman Brown Diversity Leadership Program
    (NBDLP) http//www.iupui.edu/7Escentral/FroshScho
    larshipBRO.shtml_Toc200334
  • Alliances for Graduate Education in the
    Professoriate (AGEP)
  • http//center.iupui.edu/CRL/agepHome.asp

36
Introduction of Thomas J. Linnemeier Guidant
Foundation Chair
  • Ghassan Kassab, Ph.D. , Thomas J. Linnemeier
    Guidant Foundation Chair and Professor of
    Biomedical Engineering

37
IUPUI Innovation Center
  • Request State funds for planning in 2009-11
    biennium
  • Cost is 80M
  • Raise funds for 40M
  • Northwest corner of Blackford and Michigan
    Streets
  • Schools of Business, Engineering and Technology,
    Science, and Informatics
  • Theme ?

38
Subcommittee Meetings
  • DIAC Education and Awareness
  • Health and Life Sciences
  • Industry Resources and Programs
  • Research

39
Subcommittee Reports
  • DIAC Education and Awareness
  • Health and Life Sciences
  • Industry Resources and Programs
  • Research

40
DIAC 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, ATT
  • Kevin Zaletel, United Parcel Service
  • Charlie Feldhaus, IUPUI
  • Sam White, IUPUI

41
Health and Life Sciences Subcommittee
  • Chair Wade Lange, Lange Advisors
  • Jerry Arthur, Cook Pharmica LLC
  • J. Michael Brooks, Indiana Health Industry Forum
  • Tom Copeland, Specialty Manufacturers, Inc.
  • Dale Jacobs, BSA LifeStructures
  • Guido Neels, Guidant
  • Joerg Schreiber, White Arrow Consulting
  • Mike Young, Roche Diagnostics
  • Ed Berbari, IUPUI

42
Industry Resources/Programs Subcommittee
  • Chair Cary Marston, Cummins
  • Vince Newsom, Delphi
  • 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

43
Research Subcommittee
  • Co-Chairs Wayne Eckerle, Cummins and Doreen
    Gridley, Ice Miller
  • Mike Hayden, Sun Microsystems
  • Clayton Nicholas, Delphi
  • 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

44
Wrap-Up and Important Dates
  • September 15, 2006
  • Joint Board of Advisors Retreat
  • Innovation in a Global Economy
  • Rolls-Royce Training Center, 1200 p.m. 500
    p.m.
  • September 22, 2006
  • ET Alumni Association Golf Outing
  • Saddlebrook, Shotgun start 100 (putting contest
    1130 a.m.)
  • December 7, 2006
  • DIAC Meeting
  • IU ETC, 330 pm 630 pm
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