Fiscal Year 2004 Funded Proposals

General Campus

Proposal

FY04 - 03

Project Title

Student and Exchange Visitor Information System [SEVIS]

Unit

Office of International Education, Registrar's Office, English Language Institute

Responsible Personnel

Valerie Rosenberg, Michele Sandlin, Deborah Healey

TRF Funding

$112,960

Summary Description

SEVIS is processed through the Department of Homeland Security to track students on F, J, and M visas through their programs at educational institutions. TRF funds are requested to maintain this federally mandated program that impacts approximately 1,200 international students at OSU, plus 250 ELI students. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 19

Project Title

Electronic Resource Collections for OSU Libraries

Unit

University Libraries

Responsible Personnel

Bonnie Allen, Karyle Butcher

TRF Funding

$500,000

Summary Description

Funds will pay for a portion of the licensed electronic resources [electronic journals and databases] used heavily by students statewide as well as on campus. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 24

Project Title

Student Computing Facilities

Unit

Information Services [Communication Media Services]

Responsible Personnel

Rick Brand, Russ Born, Cherri Pancake, and Jim Buckley

TRF Funding

$1,083,606

Summary Description

TRF funding is the resource for the operation of general access computer labs in Milne, Education, Kidder, Weniger and Hovland Halls. Facilities are available to all OSU students, 24/7. Funding covers the cost of ongoing support, upgrades, and replacement of aging machines in the labs. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 25

Project Title

Graduate Student Multimedia Presentation Center

Unit

Information Services, Graduate Student Affairs and ASOSU

Responsible Personnel

Jeff Edwards, Rick Brand, and Beth Matlock

TRF Funding

$75,000

Summary Description

TRF resources are to fund the GSMPC, which provides state of the art multimedia technology, including computer projection, issuance of equipment, digital video editing and large poster presentations. Funding provides operating expenses, equipment replacement, supplies, new equipment, and graduate student staffing. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 26

Project Title

General Use Classroom Technology Enhancements, Maintenance and Support

Unit

Information Services [Communication Media Services]]

Responsible Personnel

Rick Brand

TRF Funding

$652,549

Summary Description

TRF funding is to install technology in the remainder of the general-use classrooms, refresh technology in the old enhanced classrooms, and to support all of the technology enhanced classrooms. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 27

Project Title

Adaptive Technology Equipment and Services

Unit

Information Services [Communication Media Services]

Responsible Personnel

Rick Brand, Ron Stewart

TRF Funding

$500,000

Summary Description

TRF funding is to help implement the mission of Technology Access Program, which is to support and facilitate the University Community in meeting and accommodating the technology access needs of disabled students. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 49

Project Title

Blackboard Learning and Teaching Environment

Unit

Information Services [Central Computing]

Responsible Personnel

Catherine Williams, Frank Kessel

TRF Funding

$324,867

Summary Description

TRF resources will be used to support the central infrastructure required for Blackboard, including systems administration, hardware and software. Blackboard is a combination teaching and learning environment and a configurable portal for the OSU community. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 51

Project Title

Central Electronic Authentication and Services for Students - OSU Network ID [ONID]

Unit

Information Services [Central Computing]

Responsible Personnel

Catherine Williams, Andy Morgan

TRF Funding

$267,839

Summary Description

ONID provides a combination of centralized services to students. A comprehensive directory of everyone in the OSU community is maintained by ONID, and the ONID LDAP directory provides data to the Campus Online Directory. Among other services, account authentication is provided for ONID services, Modem Pool access, Blackboard access, for the Student Computing Facility, and for the Residence Computing Network (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 52

Project Title

Information Services Computer Consulting

Unit

Information Services [Technology Support Services]

Responsible Personnel

Tammy Barr, Chris Sinnett

TRF Funding

$70,557

Summary Description

TRF funding is for the student portion of ISCC, which provides both phone and email "how-to" assistance to students, faculty and staff. Service is staffed by students, who respond to questions about dial-in installations and configuration, ONID accounts, Blackboard, operating systems, software applications, and Internet tools. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 54

Project Title

Campus-Wide Software Licenses

Unit

Information Services [Technology Support Services]

Responsible Personnel

Chris Sinnett, Tammy Barr

TRF Funding

$52,049

Summary Description

Campus-wide software licenses generate a wider array of applications that are available for students, in student computing labs, enhanced classrooms, resident hall network, etc., than would be available by departmental purchases. Software applications include, Norton AntiVirus, ESRI, Mathematica, Maple, Statgraphics, and other minor products. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 56

Project Title

Instructional Technology Multimedia Classroom Enhancement

Unit

Information Services [Communication Media Services]

Responsible Personnel

Rick Brand, Larry Pribyl

TRF Funding

$111,210

Summary Description

Project will be updating obsolete and non-functional equipment that was designed and installed over 15 years ago. Upgrades will enhance learning using the latest in multimedia technology and produce high quality media streaming for students any place, any time. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 57

Project Title

Moving Traditional Course Delivery to Digital-Based Course Delivery for the Enhanced Classrooms

Unit

Information Services [Communication Media Services]

Responsible Personnel

Rick Brand, Larry Pribyl

TRF Funding

$28,687

Summary Description

Project is designed to assist teaching faculty by allowing them to take existing teaching materials and transfer them into electronic delivery. This material transition will allow better faculty use of enhanced classrooms, distance education, etc., as well as assist faculty in developing course materials. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 59

Project Title

OSU Student Modem Pool Maintenance

Unit

Information Services [Network Services]

Responsible Personnel

Jon Dolan, Shay Dakan

TRF Funding

$36,000

Summary Description

TRF funded project will support the ongoing telephone circuit costs and server maintenance costs to provide the current modem pool as a student only service. Funds are only for operational costs of existing equipment and infrastructure. (to Top)

Athletics

Proposal

FY04 - 06

Project Title

OSU Student-Athlete Computer Lab Enhancement Project

Unit

Office of the President [Department of Intercollegiate Athletics]

Responsible Personnel

Greg Goracke, Bob DeCarolis

TRF Funding

$34,000

Summary Description

Because of increased demand, additional computing capability is needed for OSU athletes. Funding will be used to add memory to existing computers and upgrade software to these desktop units, plus add fifteen additional laptop computers for use while athletes are traveling for competitions. (to Top)

College of Agricultural Sciences

Proposal

FY04 - 01

Project Title

Combined Teaching Lab with Fisheries & Wildlife and Animal Sciences

Unit

College of Agricultural Sciences [Animal Sciences, Fisheries & Wildlife]

Responsible Personnel

Jeff Brown

TRF Funding

$73,912

Summary Description

The proposal is to create a joint computer laboratory serving the departments of Animal Sciences and Fisheries & Wildlife. The lab would be used for teaching classes that benefit from a computer lab environment, and would be available for undergraduate students in non-teaching hours. The lab would cater to graduate students at certain times, with specialized software provided. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 29

Project Title

Maintain and Enhance Digital Teaching Capability in ALS 4000

Unit

College of Agricultural Sciences [Horticulture]

Responsible Personnel

David Mok, Chris Sullivan

TRF Funding

$8,246

Summary Description

Funding is needed to replace the 11-year old projector in ALS 4000, and to purchase one electronic board to add greater digital tools for teaching. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 47

Project Title

Graduate Student Computing Laboratory Updating

Unit

College of Agricultural Sciences [Rangeland Resources]

Responsible Personnel

William Krueger

TRF Funding

$21,690

Summary Description

Funding is requested to replace or upgrade existing equipment to better meet graduate student needs, as they prepare presentations for national, state and university conferences, and department level projects and presentations. (to Top)

College of Business

Proposal

FY04 - 02

Project Title

Bexell Student Computer Lab

Unit

College of Business

Responsible Personnel

Tony Saxman

TRF Funding

$150,000

Summary Description

TRF funds will be used to pay a portion of the operating costs of the College of Business' Bexell Student Computing Lab, including a portion of the cost of replacing/upgrading equipment. (to Top)

College of Engineering

Proposal

FY04 - 46

Project Title

Video/Multimedia Computing Facility

Unit

College of Engineering

Responsible Personnel

Cherri Pancake

TRF Funding

$68,130

Summary Description

Funding is needed to build a 12-seat video/multimedia computer lab for open access by all students enrolled in COE classes. Facility will improve student access to graphics capabilities; particularly software used exclusively for engineering courses, and help reduce the load on campus-wide labs. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 48

Project Title

3-D CAD and 3-D Simulation Lab Upgrade

Unit

College of Engineering

Responsible Personnel

Richard Billo, Bill Layton

TRF Funding

$69,000

Summary Description

Funding requested is to replace the PCs and monitors in Batcheller 041 and 045 PC open computer labs, and the Covell 021 Undergraduate Manufacturing Lab. Current equipment is unable to run the latest 3-D CAD and 3-D Simulation and Manufacturing software packages. (to Top)

College of Forestry

Proposal

FY04 - 16

Project Title

Operations and Equipment Upgrades of Student Computing Facilities in Peavy & Richardson Halls

Unit

College of Forestry

Responsible Personnel

Kathy Howell

TRF Funding

$47,356

Summary Description

TRF funding is approved for the operational cost of the labs related to student wages, and for the cost of desktop computers [lease]. These labs provide service for approximately 490 College of Forestry students and 205 non-College of Forestry students. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 28

Project Title

Teaching Students to Remotely Monitor and Control Processes Using the Internet

Unit

College of Forestry

Responsible Personnel

James Funck, Thomas McLain

TRF Funding

$28,946

Summary Description

Wood Science students have an increasing need for technological capabilities to be competitive and successful in their work careers. New technologies are available, and the commonality among those technologies is the increasing use of Internet communications to control processes, collect management information and troubleshoot equipment. Funding to develop this technologically dependent class will address that need. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 60A

Project Title

Distance Education Offering of FOR 365

Unit

College of Forestry [Forest Resources]

Responsible Personnel

Dawn Anzinger, Norman Johnson, Ron Reuter [Cascades Campus]

TRF Funding

$825

Summary Description

Funding is to be used to cover costs of enhanced classroom rental and Internet connection costs for Winter 04 course being offered simultaneously on the Corvallis and Cascades campuses. (to Top)

College of Liberal Arts

Proposal

FY04 - 07

Project Title

Central Campus Media Technology Facility

Unit

College of Liberal Arts [Department of Speech Communication]

Responsible Personnel

Laura Wackwitz, Robert Iltis

TRF Funding

$71,195

Summary Description

Project is designed to create a technology-rich media production facility in the central campus. Facility will consist of four digital editing bays, two voice/sound recording studios, and will house cameras and other production equipment for student use, and TRF funding is to facilitate this campus addition. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 08

Project Title

Tools for the Global Citizen: Remote Access to Laboratory Services and Digital Multilingual Media Production Equipment

Unit

College of Liberal Arts [Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures]

Responsible Personnel

Juan Trujillo, Joseph Krause, Laurie Wyant, and Scott Samuel

TRF Funding

$45,850

Summary Description

An existing 24-seat mobile laboratory needs expansion and upgrading to meet expanding enrollment needs. Funds will be used to expand hardware and software capabilities to improve access to existing language learning content, fund staff to develop new content, and provide equipment needed to facilitate the creation of multilingual digital video and audio projects by language learners. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 09

Project Title

Music and Sound Design Production Project

Unit

College of Liberal Arts [Music Department, New Media Communications]

Responsible Personnel

Marlan Carlson, Joel Thierstein, and Michael Coolen

TRF Funding

$253,055

Summary Description

Technology requested is a part of the establishment of interdisciplinary multimedia collaboration, and will help establish a music and sound design production facility to complement the video production facility at Oak Creek, and connect the two facilities. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 10

Project Title

Student Digital Media Workstation for Department of Art's Slide Library

Unit

College of Liberal Arts [Department of Art]

Responsible Personnel

John Maul, James Folts

TRF Funding

$23,223

Summary Description

TRF funding will be used to acquire specialized hardware and software needed for students to develop a visual arts/design portfolio using digital media, preserved on CD Rom and drive storage. In addition, the funding will provide resources necessary to develop a visual arts/design classroom presentation by students. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 17

Project Title

Qualitative Research Lab

Unit

College of Liberal Arts and School of Education

Responsible Personnel

Susan Shaw

TRF Funding

$47,692

Summary Description

Proposed qualitative research lab would provide a much-needed enhancement to the research efforts of OSU graduate and undergraduate students. Using existing computers in ED 126, project would add qualitative software. Additionally, wireless laptops with qualitative software, recording and transcribing equipment, and a digital camera would be available for student checkout. Project would provide students with access to the hardware and software they need to conduct significant, thorough, and professional qualitative research projects and with experience working with current qualitative research technology. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 32

Project Title

Enhanced Studio Classroom Software Upgrade

Unit

College of Liberal Arts [Art Department]

Responsible Personnel

John Nettleton

TRF Funding

$1,772

Summary Description

TRF funds are to be used to upgrade the art specific software in an enhanced studio classroom, Fairbanks Hall. General OS upgrade is also needed to take advantage of the newer art specific software. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 61A

Project Title

Network Upgrade: Moreland 130B, Psychology Computer Classroom

Unit

College of Liberal Arts [Psychology Department]

Responsible Personnel

Frank Bernieri

TRF Funding

$3,927

Summary Description

Moreland 130B has computers and related peripheral equipment, but the network in the room does not meet or comply with University standards. Funding will cover the cost of the network upgrade needed. (to Top)

College of Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences

Proposal

FY04 - 13

Project Title

High-Performance COAS Computing Classroom

Unit

College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences

Responsible Personnel

Mark Abbott

TRF Funding

$60,000

Summary Description

TRF funds will be used to establish a unique, high-performance computing classroom, fully integrated with the COAS research-computing network. Facility will host graduate and undergraduate courses and computer intensive instructional workshops. (to Top)

College of Pharmacy

Proposal

FY04 - 14

Project Title

Use of Computers to Enhance Learning, Problem Solving Skills and Application of Pharmacy Practice Concepts: Tools for Patient Care

Unit

College of Pharmacy

Responsible Personnel

Sandra Earle, Myrna Munar, and Gary Miller

TRF Funding

$41,264

Summary Description

Because of the bi-campus program in Pharmacy, where part of the student curriculum requires attendance on the OHSU campus, portable computing capability is essential. The TRF funded acquisition of 16 laptop computers and peripheral equipment will provide the portable and wireless computer technology needed to provide enhanced and specialized learning opportunities. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 30

Project Title

Enhancement and Upgrade of Computer Teaching Facilities and Student Computer Laboratory

Unit

College of Pharmacy

Responsible Personnel

Gary DeLander, Ann Zweber

TRF Funding

$33,456

Summary Description

Funding is requested to update current hardware in one teaching laboratory and one open access laboratory, and to acquire/install equipment that will expand the capacity by providing wireless access to pharmacy software from student-owned laptop computers. (to Top)

College of Science

Proposal

FY04 - 40

Project Title

Computers and Software for Advanced and General Chemistry Laboratories

Unit

College of Science (Chemistry)

Responsible Personnel

Joseph Nibler, Chris Pastorek

TRF Funding

$44,900

Summary Description

New computers and software are requested to upgrade the Chemistry Computational Laboratory in Gilbert Addition, and to expand the LabWorks stations currently used in the 200 level General Chemistry laboratory program. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 43

Project Title

Network Rewiring of Weniger Hall

Unit

College of Science [COSINe]

Responsible Personnel

Tudy Seistrup, Sherm Bloomer

TRF Funding

$206,810

Summary Description

Existing wiring in Weniger is not capable of meeting current student needs in study areas, classrooms and laboratories. Funding is requested for the student portion of the cost of rewiring Weniger to a state of the art capability. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 44

Project Title

Handheld PDA/GPS Units to Fully Optimize GIS Practicum Courses

Unit

College of Science [Geosciences]

Responsible Personnel

Dawn Wright, Roger Nielsen

TRF Funding

$14,350

Summary Description

Funding is requested to purchase PDA/GPS units for use in GEO 265 [campus-wide service course] GIS Practicum to add a very important field data collection and mapping component to the course. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 45

Project Title

Enhanced Classroom for the Department of Geosciences

Unit

College of Science [Geosciences]

Responsible Personnel

Stephen Lancaster, Roger Nielsen

TRF Funding

$10,565

Summary Description

TRF funding will support the acquisition of an enhanced classroom for the Department of Geosciences through the installation of a computer, video and sound system, and data projector in Wilkinson 235. (to Top)

English Language Institute

Proposal

FY04 - 31

Project Title

ELI Learning Center Enhancement Project

Unit

English Language Institute

Responsible Personnel

Donna Shaw, Deborah Healey

TRF Funding

$20,960

Summary Description

ELI proposes to enhance its existing unique 24-workstation facility by refurbishing The Communication Station with new computers, projectors, and video cameras. Additional language learning software will further enhance the facility's capability. (to Top)

Extended Campus

Proposal

FY04 - 37

Project Title

Virtual Student Assistance Center [VSAC]

Unit

OSU Extended Campus

Responsible Personnel

Mark Merickel, Paula Minear

TRF Funding

$26,704

Summary Description

Extended Campus addresses a very different student population, and thus, would like to establish a Virtual Student Assistance Center to address the unique needs of their student population. Integrated technology communication features, including Live Chat, Via Video office hours, and 24-7 personalized/automated email responses, would be available to all Ecampus students. (to Top)

Hatfield Marine Science Center

Proposal

FY04 - 21

Project Title

Guin Library Computer Lab Support for Students

Unit

Hatfield Marine Science Center

Responsible Personnel

George Boehlert, Dann Cutter

TRF Funding

$11,800

Summary Description

HMSC Guin Library is a central location for all students, and it is the only open computing facility for general use. Undergraduate students, and some graduate students, need technical support, and funding is needed to provide this technical support, as well as technical expertise to maintain the systems and their secure access to the OSU network. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 22

Project Title

Network Access for HMSC Student Housing

Unit

Hatfield Marine Science Center

Responsible Personnel

George Boehlert, Dann Cutter

TRF Funding

$58,474

Summary Description

HMSC dormitories lack the necessary network infrastructure to provide student access to the campus network and the Internet. TRF resources will fund the physical wiring, switch equipment and trenching to all network access for students in all housing and in common student use areas. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 23

Project Title

Polycom Distance Education Proposal

Unit

Hatfield Marine Science Center

Responsible Personnel

George Boehlert, Dann Cutter

TRF Funding

$9,300

Summary Description

Funding will provide equipment and resources at HMSC for continued broadcasting of coursework, and the addition of a "Distinguished Speaker" series broadcast from HMSC. Implementation will allow for students at any location to logon with a standard web browser and observe the broadcast with no special hardware, and improve viewing for more widely attended student seminars. (to Top)

Student Affairs

Proposal

FY04 - 05

Project Title

Update of and Consulting Assistance in the EOP Computer Lab and the EOP Learning Center

Unit

Students Affairs [Educational Opportunities Program]

Responsible Personnel

Lawrence Griggs, Margaret Fox

TRF Funding

$36,484

Summary Description

Funding is requested to update existing student computer lab and learning center, and add wireless access for the laptops-for-loan program. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 12

Project Title

Support the Purchase of GPS Units

Unit

Student Affairs [Student Involvement / OSU Mountain Club]

Responsible Personnel

Greg Dausman, Courtney Campbell, and Beth Rietveld

TRF Funding

$960

Summary Description

TRF funding will allow the OSU Mountain Club to acquire Global Positioning Satellite [GPS] receivers, which will improve student safety in their mountain climbing training on campus, and also in field work in the mountains. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 15

Project Title

DPD Program Graduate Teaching Assistantship Equipment

Unit

Student Affairs [Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program]

Responsible Personnel

Jun Xing, Christian Matheis, and Roni Sue

TRF Funding

$4,600

Summary Description

Funding would purchase network access and computers [desktop and laptop] for the two GTAs, and the undergraduate intern that work in the program. The DPD Program is committed to making the equipment accessible to those with specific needs or physical disabilities, when necessary. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 34

Project Title

ASOSU 2.34 Computer Upgrade

Unit

Associated Students of Oregon State University [ASOSU]

Responsible Personnel

Andy Saultz, Ian Lewallen

TRF Funding

$10,000

Summary Description

ASOSU maintains a core of computers for use in serving the students at OSU. Funding is requested to replace older computers and related technology. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 41

Project Title

Center for Student Involvement (CSI) Computer Lab Project

Unit

Student Affairs [Student Involvement]

Responsible Personnel

Beth Rietveld, Guy Boulanger

TRF Funding

$8,790

Summary Description

Funding is requested to establish a seven-station computer lab with Internet access and a shared laser printer for student use in the Center for Student Involvement. (to Top)

Proposal

FY04 - 42

Project Title

Addition to Women's Center Computer Lab

Unit

Student Affairs [Women's Center]

Responsible Personnel

Beth Rietveld, Guy Boulanger

TRF Funding

$1,170

Summary Description

Funding is requested to replace an older workstation that is no longer able to meet student needs. (to Top)

 

[Updated: Thursday, March 02, 2006]