At the Midway Point: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going. 2009. M. First in 2009 Coordinating Council Annual Report June 2005. Debi Allison Paul Anderson Brad Bundy Judith Delzell Curtis Ellison Dave Francko Michael Governanti Jim Haley Daniel Hall Carolyn Haynes, chair
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At the Midway Point: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going
First in 2009 Coordinating Council Annual Report
Carolyn Haynes, chair
Major First in 2009 Accomplishments
First in 2009 Coordinating Council
Comprehensive change provides educational benefits for majority and minority students.
New faculty orientation
“Critical Friends” initiative
“Our Miami Caucus” (all-university summit)
Funds, rewards, resources
Aspirant institutions have surpassed Miami in percentage of students studying abroad.
Study abroad prepares students for global citizenship.
More study abroad programs receiving credit
Master plan for promoting study abroad
Regional campuses are facing new competition.
Regional members seek greater collaboration with Oxford on major policies and decisions.
Develop strategic plan.
Explore new administrative structures.
Clarify expectations of regional faculty.
Offer more support for relocating students.
Graduate student proportion of total student population at Miami has declined since 1994.
Miami has opportunity to rise to top 5 in doctoral-intensive institution rankings.
More stipends and affordable insurance
Number of full-time students (to 10%) through selective program growth.
Support (funds; library holdings)
Progress from Partnering Committees and Other Units
Goal 1: Students
Implement key recommendations
Identify 1-2 new topics to address
Communicate our successes
First in 2009
Looking Toward the Third Century of Academic Excellence