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Differential Fee Expenditures

The following summarizes differential fee expenditures for the Central Committee for FY14. For detailed breakdowns of expenses, please view the binders outside SEM 131B or email Julia McMillin at juliamcmillin@unr.edu.

Available Funds

  • Chemical and Materials Engineering: $57,380
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering: $206,300
  • Computer Science and Engineering: $153,100
  • Electrical and Biomedical Engineering: $76,280
  • Mechanical Engineering: $173,760
  • Central Fund: $770,000

Central (CoEN) Expenditures

  • Renovations: $250,000
    • Civil and Environmental Engineering interactive teaching lab: $100,000
    • Mechanical instructional lab: $150,000
  • Equipment: $83,800
  • Student Advisors, Student Assistants, and Graduate Research Assistants: $27,000
  • Engineering Tutoring Center: $70,000
  • Lecturers & Personnel: $396,000

Chemical and Materials Engineering

  • Professional salaries: $17,466
  • Fringe: $5,296
  • Travel: $61
  • Instructional Supplies: $651
  • Lab Supplies: $1,304
  • Computer Software Licenses: $1,250

Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • COEN Web Specialist: 3.1%
  • TA positions in "C or better" classes: 26.7%
  • Student technical assistants: 2.0%
  • Instructor for special topic courses: 6.0%
  • Supplies for teaching labs: 2.7%
  • Teaching lab equipment: 12.1%
  • Structures teaching lab construction: 13.4%
  • Upcoming teaching lab equipment: 28.0%
  • Carry-over funds: 6.0%

Computer Science and Engineering

  • Web Communications Specialist: $5,200
  • Lecturers: $66,200
  • Student Workers: $20,000
  • Asst. Professors: $20,000
  • Fringe: $29,000
  • UBR 1 robot (projected): $32,600

Electrical and Biomedical Engineering

  • Web Communications Specialists: $7,527.41
  • LOA EE 491 (Salary & Fringe): $4,941.00
  • Equipment for 400/600 level labs: $38,951.98
  • Operating expenses for 400/600 level course labs: $12,550.51

Mechanical Engineering

  • ME Instructional Lab Renovation: ($50,000) Secured the financial support from CoEN for ME Instructional Lab Renovation. ($150,000 for FY14 and $150,000 for FY15)
  • ASME student lounge renovation: $10,000
  • Personnel Support (Instructor, CoENWeb designer): $39,000
  • Course Support (capstone, 13 classes, software, UG assistants, graduate seminar): $25,000
  • Student Travel Grants: $750
  • Class Equipment: $5,970

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