To apply for FY'14 funds, please follow one of the following two procedures depending on the type of proposal:
1) REOCCURING LAB SUPPLIES, SENIOR DESIGN PARTS/EXPENSES AND SOFTWARE RENEWALS
For reoccurring lab supplies, senior design parts/expenses and software renewals, email the proposal directly to email@example.com. Indicate in the email to firstname.lastname@example.org that this is an Engineering Fee proposal and include a list of requested items. If the proposed items were funded by EF in recent years, they will likely be funded in FY'14. For significant changes of an existing software license such as more seats, new features and higher cost, please use the second procedure (NEW COURSE AND LAB DEVELOPMENT).
2) NEW COURSE AND LAB DEVELOPMENT
Email proposals for new course and lab development to Randy Bond at email@example.com. The proposals will be summarized and submitted to Dr. Tolbert for approval.
For new course and lab development proposals, please include the following details in the body of the email or attached document:
One or more faculty member names. Faculty may submit joint proposals.
b) SHORT NAME OF PROPOSAL:
A one line description of proposal.
c) ESTIMATED TOTAL COST:
d) DATE ITEMS ARE REQUIRED TO BE ONSITE:
e) PERMANENT LOCATION OF ITEMS:
Building, Room number. This will be used for delivery and inventory purposes.
f) DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS:
Attach recent vendor quotes that include vendor, manufacturer, model, unit cost, quantity, etc. For software indicate if this is a request for an enhancement (more seats, features) of an existing license or new software not currently available in EECS.
g) PROPOSED USAGE, PROGRAM IMPLICATIONS:
This is the most important part of the proposal. What will be the student impact of this purchase in FY'14? Include all course numbers, numbers of students per course per semester.
Please direct all questions regarding the Engineering Fee program to Randy Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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