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Faculty Senate Financial Advisory Committee 2005-06 Preliminary Report April 17, 2006. Committee Members. Uche Ewelukwa—LAW Luke Howard—AFLS Tim Kruse—WCOB Phyllis Miller—ARSC. Buddy Babcock—ENGR Robert Brady—ARSC Judy Brittenum—ARCH Ro DiBrezzo—EDUC.

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Faculty senate financial advisory committee 2005 06 preliminary report april 17 2006

Faculty Senate

Financial Advisory Committee

2005-06 Preliminary Report

April 17, 2006


Faculty senate financial advisory committee 2005 06 preliminary report april 17 2006

Committee Members

  • Uche Ewelukwa—LAW

  • Luke Howard—AFLS

  • Tim Kruse—WCOB

  • Phyllis Miller—ARSC

  • Buddy Babcock—ENGR

  • Robert Brady—ARSC

  • Judy Brittenum—ARCH

  • Ro DiBrezzo—EDUC


Relative size of full time faculty non classified staff 1

Relative Size of Full-Time Faculty & Non-Classified Staff1


Definitions

Definitions

  • Number of full-time faculty is a head count including Instructors and Lecturers as defined by the AAUP study. In FY06, 22 individuals are classified as part-time faculty.

  • Upper-level, full-time administrators were assigned to the following groups:

    • Category 1 President, Chancellor, Provost, and Vice Chancellors (7 positions)

    • Category 2 Associate Vice Chancellors and Associate Vice-Provosts (13—only 11 were “continuing” from FY05 to FY06)

    • Category 3 Deans (11 positions—only 8 were “continuing” from FY05 to FY06)


Faculty salaries 2 regional benchmarking uofa avg sug avg 1000 s

Faculty Salaries2– Regional BenchmarkingUofAavg/SUGavg 1000’s $


Uofa avg faculty salaries 3 men women 1000 s

UofAavg Faculty Salaries3 Men/Women 1000’s $


Uofa avg faculty salaries 4 by rank and college fy05

UofAavg Faculty Salaries4 by Rank and College $─FY05


Uofa avg faculty salaries 4 by rank and college fy06

UofAavg Faculty Salaries4 by Rank and College $─FY06


Uofa avg administrator salaries 5 1000 s

UofAavg Administrator Salaries5 1000’s $


Uofa avg faculty changes 6

UofAavg Faculty % Changes6


Uofa avg administrator 7 raises

UofAavg Administrator7 % Raises


Uaf reallocation 8 process

UAF Reallocation8 Process

  • Procedure continued from FY05 as central feature of Budget Hearings:

    • 16 major campus units made budget proposal presentations

    • 12 units were asked to indicate where current FY budget could be cut by 2%

    • Units were also asked to indicate funding priorities if 1%, 2% or 3% was returned

    • Units could also make “special requests” for new monies to fund special projects or important initiatives

    • Faculty representatives were present at each presentation.

  • Units were expected to develop a rationale for the targeted cuts reflecting the unit’s priorities.

  • Reallocation permits the University’s upper administration to respond to demands based on enrollment growth (22,500 students by 2010) and other pressing needs.


Uaf reallocation process cont

UAF Reallocation Process (cont)

  • Reallocated monies from the academic units go to the Provost for subsequent redistribution to the Colleges.

  • Few Deans share with the faculty their college’s proposed 2% cuts (because over 95% of most unit’s budgets are devoted to personnel costs, these cuts almost inevitably involve personnel reductions) prior to the budget hearings.

  • The reallocation process will likely continue.


Faculty senate financial advisory committee 2005 06 preliminary report april 17 2006

Units Participating in FY06 Budget Hearings

Finance and Administration

Graduate and Research

Honors College

Law

Libraries

Men’s and Women’s Athletics

Student Affairs

University Advancement

Academic Affairs

Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences

Affirmative Action

Architecture

Arts and Sciences

Business College

Education and Health Professions

Engineering


Faculty senate financial advisory committee 2005 06 preliminary report april 17 2006

FY05-FY06 Academic Budget Unit9 Changes


Fy05 06 conclusions and recommendations

FY05-06 Conclusions and Recommendations

  • The number of full-time faculty decreased (797 to 787).

  • The number of full-time faculty is the lowest since a high of 813 in FY01 (787 vs. 813).

  • The number of non-classified administrative staff continues to increase and in FY06 surpassed the number of faculty (795 vs. 787).

  • Administrator % salary raises have consistently exceeded the yearly merit % raise pool provided for faculty.


Fy05 06 conclusions and recommendations cont

FY05-06 Conclusions and Recommendations, cont.

  • The 2% reallocation procedure continues but is widely misunderstood.

  • Budget Unit changes appear to show little, if any, relationship to the reallocation process.

  • Deans should communicate their budget requests and proposed cuts to their college’s faculty.

  • If reallocation continues, the outcomes (where cuts were made, where monies were added) should be shared with the campus faculty.


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