### EVIDENCE OF PERFORMANCEfill in the year here, e.g., 1999

Name: fill in your name here

Rank: fill in your rank here

Note that wherever the instructions ask for data for this year'' it means the calendar year for which you are creating the EOP document. For example, if you are preparing the EOP in Spring 2000, for the year 1999, then "this year" means the year 1999.

1. TEACHING ASSIGNMENT
1. COURSES TAUGHT

Courses for which the faculty member was the instructor of record (i.e., was responsible for turning in grades), organized as one list per term: Spring, Summer, and Fall. There should be one item per grade sheet. For ordinary courses the item should specify the course number, the course title, the number of students, and the number of credit hours. For individual instruction courses (DIS, project, thesis, dissertation, supervised teaching/research) there should be a separate item for each course and the student's name should be given along with the number of credit hours. If there were courses for which the faculty member was not the principal instructor, but participated in some other way such as supervising a teaching assistant, those should be included also, with a note explaining the role of the faculty member.

The following courses are just fictitious examples, to provide the format you should use. Please do not leave any of these in the EOP you turn in!

Spring 1999:
 COP 5020 Programing Languages 28 students, 3 hrs CIS 4900 DIS: Formal Program Verification Roberta Mitchell, 1 hr CIS 5915 Grad Software Project Rajiv Gupta, 3 hrs CIS 5915 Grad Software Project Daming Chen, 3 hrs CIS 5970 Thesis Ganesh Srinivasan, 3 hrs CIS 6980 Dissertation Guoliang Wang, 6 hrs CGS 2400 Assembly Language supervise TA, two sections CGS 3460 Fortran for Specialists supervise TA, two sections

Summer 1999:
 CIS 5915 Grad Software Project Joe Smith, 2hrs CIS 5915 Grad Software Project Martha Jones, 6hrs CIS 6980 Dissertation Susan Abrams, 6hrs CIS 5930 Special Topics: Esoteric Computational Methods 33 students, 3 hrs

Fall 1999:
 CEN 5935 Software Engineering 15 students, 3 hrs CIS 4930 Special Topics in CS: Soft Computing 7 students, 3 hrs CIS 5900 DIS: Database Applications Anne Stokes, 3 hrs CIS 5915 Grad Software Project: John McClosky 6 hrs CIS 5970 Thesis Hugh Bryant, 4 hrs CIS 6980 Dissertation Maresca Corvenu, 6 hrs CGS 2400 Assembly Language supervise TA, two sections

2. GRADUATE & HONORS DEGREES AWARDED AND PENDING

Graduate degrees awarded and pending, for which the faculty member served as major professor. The name of each student should be give, with the degree program, and if the student received a degree during the year, the semester in which the degree was completed. Separate lists should be provided for: Ph.D.; master's thesis or project; undergraduate honors thesis.

The following are just fictitious examples. Please do not leave any of these student names in the EOP you turn in!

PhD students directed:

Maresca Corvenu CS Fall 1999
Guoliang Wang CS current

Masters students directed:

Joe Smith CS Summer 1999
Martha Jones CS Summer 1999
Rajiv Gupta CS current
Daming Chen CS current
Ganesh Srinivasan CS current

Roberta Mitchell CS current

Student NameDegree Program
Alphonse DeLametCS
Marcus WellingtonPhysics

Graduate student supervisory committees on which the faculty member served but was not major professor. For each student specify the degree program, and if the student received a degree during the year, the semester in which the degree was completed. Separate lists should be provided for: Ph.D.; master's thesis and project.

Doctoral committees (Major Professor):

Katerina Cherniavsky CS current
Ramon Gonzalez Psychology current

Masters Committees (Major Professor):

Arnold Smathers CS current

2. RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
1. PAPERS PUBLISHED THIS YEAR.

Publications of which the faculty member was an author, co-author, or editor and that have appeared in print during the year. A complete bibliographic citation should be provided for each publication, including the entire list of authors in the order in which they appeared in the publication, the title, the journal volume and issue number if appropriate, the publisher, the date of publication, and the page numbers. A few sentences of explanation should be provided, addressing the nature, scope, quality, significance, and impact of the work. The following information must also be conveyed in some form: (1) whether the publication was subject to the academic referee process; (2) what was the acceptance rate, if the publication is in the proceedings of a conference and the acceptance rate of the conference was published; (3) what was the individual role and contribution of the role of the faculty member, if there are multiple authors or if the faculty member served as editor rather than author; (4) if there are student co-authors, their identities.

Please include the following information for each citation, here and other places below were you are asked to list publications.

• Author_Name(s), Title of the Paper'', {\em Title of the Journal}, Publisher (Date) page numbers [refereed?].
• Author_Name(s), Title of the Paper'', {\em Title of the Conference}, Publisher (Date) page numbers [refereed? acceptance rate?].

2. PAPERS IN PRESS

Works in press, in the same format as the list of publications.

3. PAPERS SUBMITTED

Submissions, in the same format as the list of publications.}

4. PAPERS IN PREPARATION

Works in preparation, in the same format as the list of publications.

5. PAPERS GIVEN AT MEETINGS

Contributed papers presented at meetings by the faculty member (in person) during the year. The citation for each talk should include the title, the name of the meeting, the sponsoring organization, the location, the date, whether the submission was refereed, the acceptance rate if known, and the length of the talk in minutes or hours. Some items here will duplicate items listed above as publications, if the conference had printed proceedings.

Please include the following information for each talk, here and for other items where you list talks.

• Author_Name(s), Title of the Talk'', Name of the meeting and organization sponsoring it (Date) length and nature of the address.

6. INVITED TALKS

Invited talks given by the faculty member at meetings, conferences, and symposia during the year. The information for each talk should be the same as for contributed papers, to the extent that it applies.

7. COLLOQUIA AND INDIVIDUAL TALKS

Colloquia and individual seminar talks that the faculty member gave at universities, labs, and similar organizations during the year.

Honors and awards received received by the faculty member during the year for research and creative activities.

9. GRANT PROPOSALS SUBMITTED

Grant and contract proposals submitted during the year, for which the faculty member was PI or co-PI. The list should include for each proposal the funding organization, the title, the PI, the complete list of co-PI's if any, the starting and ending dates, the number of students supported, and the amount of funds requested. If the proposal is multi-institutional, FSU's share of the funds should be broken out. If the grant or contract is for education or training, rather than research, that should be indicated.

The following are fictitious examples, to illustrate the information and format to use for this item and the following one. Please do not include them in the EOP you turn in.

• National Science Foundation (PI with Jones & Smith), "Simulating Antibody Generation for Computer Viruses", 1999-2002, $1,300,000 • National Science Foundation (Co-PI with PI Levi & Co-PI Smith), "A Secure Programming Language", 1999-2002,$700,000

10. GRANTS FUNDED

Grants and contracts awarded during the year, for which the faculty member was PI or co-PI. For each contract and grant the same information should be provided as for the submitted proposal list above. Renewals and extensions should only be included if they involved additional budget, not reported in the EOP for a prior year.

3. SERVICE ASSIGNMENT
1. DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE SERVICE

Departmental committees on which the faculty member served during the year, and other departmental service assignments.

2. COLLEGE/SCHOOL COMMITTEE SERVICE

College/school committees, task forces, and governing bodies on which the faculty member served during the year.

3. UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE SERVICE

University committees, task forces, and governing bodies on which the faculty member served during the year.

4. LOCAL/STATE REGIONAL COMMITTEES

Local, state, and regional committees, task forces, and governing bodies outside the University on which the faculty member served during the year, including any work for the State University System.

5. INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL, APPOINTED & ELECTED SERVICE

International and national bodies on which the faculty member served during the year. Whether membership is appointed or elected should be indicated.

6. REVIEW PANEL/BOARD MEMBER

Review panels or boards on which the faculty member served. Examples include NSF proposal review panels and conference program committees.

7. EDITOR/EDITORIAL REVIEW BOARD

Journals for which the faculty member served as editor or editorial board member.

8. SERVICE RELATED PUBLICATIONS

List in similar format to research publications.

9. SERVICE RELATED PRESENTATIONS

List in similar format to research presentations.

10. OFFICES HELD

Offices held in organizations related to service, including professional societies.

Honors and awards received for service.

12. SERVICE TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Service to Florida's Public Schools. Examples include judging high school debates, science fairs, brain bowls, performances, fine arts exhibits, career talks, mentoring, tutoring, and commencement addresses.

13. SERVICE TO GOVERNMENT, BUSINESS, INDUSTRY

Service to government, business, and industry that is not included in any of the above lists.

4. OTHER ACTIVITIES

Any other activities and achievements that the faculty member believes are evidence of performance of her or assigned responsibilities for the year.