Impact of Education Activities
Many of the CHTM faculty appointments are in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department with other appointments in the Physics and Astronomy, as well as Chemical and Nuclear Engineering and Chemistry Departments. They regularly teach classes in these departments and supervise undergraduate and graduate students. For example, in the spring and fall semesters of 2012, the tuition revenue (weighted student credit hours) generated by CHTM faculty amounted to $1.85M through the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and $320K through Physics and Astronomy. The total thesis/research credit hours are $2.167M the spring and fall semesters of 2012.