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General Faculty Meeting. August 21, 2008 Ralph Faudree Provost. Recruitment. Number of Active Honors Students 2002-2007. 1285. 1103. 993. 907. 711. Distance Education Enrollment. Off-Campus Enrollment at Major Sites. Admission Standards.

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general faculty meeting

General Faculty Meeting

August 21, 2008

Ralph Faudree

Provost

slide3

Number of Active Honors Students

2002-2007

1285

1103

993

907

711

slide6

Admission Standards

Figures for full time, first time freshmen or graduate enrolled students

retention
Retention

Living/Learning Communities

  • Carpenter Complex
    • Architecture
    • Foreign Languages
    • Engineering
  • Honors
  • Emerging Leaders
  • New West Hall – other opportunities
retention early intervention
RetentionEarly Intervention
  • 800 faculty referrals on ~600 students
  • Positive faculty feedback
  • Overwhelming student appreciation
  • Majority referred to Instructional Support Office
  • 1 semester retention rate noticeably higher
  • Mean GPA First time freshman: 2.6 to 2.8
faculty
Faculty
  • 49/57 petitions for T, P or T&P positive
  • 42 Promoted in Rank
    • 7 to Full Professor
    • 35 to Associate Professor
slide15

To

FULL PROFESSOR…

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Dr. Shannon L. BlantonPolitical Science(international relations, comparative politics, U.S. foreign policy)
dr deborah l lowther instruction curriculum leadership educational technologies
Dr. Deborah L. LowtherInstruction Curriculum Leadership(educational technologies)
dr laurie macgillivray instruction curriculum leadership literacy practices in urban areas
Dr. Laurie MacGillivrayInstruction Curriculum Leadership(literacy practices in urban areas)
slide20
Dr. Danielle S. McNamaraPsychology(text comprehension; human memory; computer automated reading strategy training)
slide21

Dr. Charles PierceManagement(workplace romance, sexual harassment in organizations ; HR management; organizational behavior; research methods in management)

slide23

To

ASSOCIATE

PROFESSOR

college of communication fine arts
College ofCommunication & Fine Arts
  • MUSIC
    • Leonardo Altino
    • Jonathan Frazer
  • ART
    • Lucas Charles
    • Gary Golightly
  • COMMUNICATION
    • Craig Leake
college of education
College of Education
  • ICL
    • Celia Anderson
    • Michael Grant
    • Deborah Moberly
    • J. Helen Perkins
    • Angiline Powell
    • Allen Seed
  • Health and Sport Sciences
    • Richard Southall
    • Paul Wright
  • Counseling, Ed Psych & Research
    • Erin Martz
herff college of engineering
Herff College of Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
    • Amy Curry
  • Civil Engineering
    • Paul Palazolo
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering
    • Aaron Robinson
lowenberg school of nursing
LowenbergSchool of Nursing
  • Linda Finch
  • Brenda Gardner (clinical)
  • Nancy Mele
  • Diane Ruppel (clinical)
  • Carolyn Speros
  • Joan Thomas
fogelman college of business economics
Fogelman College of Business & Economics
  • Finance, Insurance & Real Estate
    • Pankaj Jain
  • Marketing & Supply Chain Management
    • R. Jeffrey Thieme
college of arts sciences
College of Arts & Sciences

Philosophy

Mary Beth Mader

Deborah Tollefsen

Physics

Mohamed Laradji

Math Sciences

Randall McCutcheon

  • English
    • Lorinda Cohoon
    • Brad McAdon
    • Joshua Phillips
  • Biology
    • David Freeman
  • Foreign Languages
    • CosettaGaudenzi
faculty spotlight
Faculty Spotlight
  • Dr. Ken Reardon, Director

Graduate Program in City & Regional Planning

  • Cornell University
  • East St. Louis Action Research Project
  • Recovery planning for New Orleans’ Ninth Ward
faculty spotlight dr gayle beck lillian and morris moss chair of excellence in psychology
Faculty Spotlight - Dr. Gayle Beck Lillian and Morris Moss Chair of Excellence in Psychology
  • Moss Chair of Excellence in Psychology
  • SUNY Buffalo
  • Research: post-traumatic stress disorder; panic disorder; anxiety in the elderly; generalized anxiety disorder
faculty spotlight33
Faculty Spotlight
  • Dr. Robert Kozma, Professor of Computer Science & Director – Computational Neurodynamics Lab
    • Nominated as finalist for the 2007 Sensors Directorate “Patron of the Year Award”
      • Dr. Steven D. Mittleman, Deputy Division Chief, Electromagnetics Technology Division, Air Force Research Laboratory
faculty spotlight dr robyn cox professor of audiology
Faculty Spotlight – Dr. Robyn CoxProfessor of Audiology
  • Director – Hearing Aid Research Laboratory
  • Research:
    • improving methods for fitting hearing aids on older adults
    • Determining long-term outcomes of hearing aid fitting
    • Other audiological rehabilitation
academic spotlight
Academic Spotlight
  • Dr. Daphne McFerren – Director,
  • Graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School
  • Trial attorney for U.S. Dept of Justice
  • Counsel to Attorney General Janet Reno
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New Graduate Degrees

  • PhD with major in Environmental Health Sciences (submitted to TBR 06-30-08)
  • PhD with major in Health Services Research and Administration (submitted to TBR 06-30-08)
  • PhD with major in Social and Behavioral Health Sciences (submitted to TBR 06-30-08)
  • PhD with major in Health and Sport Science (submitted to TBR 11-20-07; revision submitted 07-07-08)
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New Graduate Certificates

  • Applied Lean Leadership
  • Local Government Management
  • Artist Diploma (submitted to TBR) June 2008)
slide39

New Academic Units

  • Department of Architecture
  • School of Public Health
slide41

Total External Funding

by

Academic Unit (

2006-2008)

Total $49,191,337 $51,403,154 $50,596,827

slide43

Square Footage of Classroom Space Impacted

Cumulative

204 “smart rooms”.

faculty evaluation process setes student evaluation of teaching effectiveness
Faculty Evaluation Process SETEs(Student Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness)

Spread over larger # of sections

Overall results remain constant

Ability to view grade when posted

college of education46
College of Education

NCATE reaccreditation

  • NO findings
  • NO weaknesses
  • NOTED strengths in every area!!!
on line degree programs 400 on line courses
On-line degree programs(>400 on-line courses)
  • 5 Undergraduate degree programs
    • BA - History
    • BA - Public Relations
    • BPS - Organizational Leadership
    • BPS - Information Technology
    • BLS interdisciplinary studies
  • IDT (instructional design technology masters –level certificate)
  • 6 Graduate degree programs
    • MS – ICL with Library Info Spec endorsement
    • MA - Journalism
    • MA – ESL
    • MSN -Nursing
    • MED – Education
    • MPS – Professional Studies
slide48

Research - $100M

  • Systemic Initiatives
  • Interdisciplinary Grants
    • Centers
    • Institutes
    • FIT
  • Strategic Hires
  • Focus Areas
  • State/Federal Earmarks
  • New Programs
    • School of Public Health
proposal submissions
Proposal Submissions

Over and Under $150,000

Submissions up 34% over 2006

Large proposal submissions up 61% from 2006

# of individual faculty submitting proposals continues to rise

Partnership development laying groundwork for future funding

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23,000 by 2010

  • Retention
    • Early intervention
    • Course Redesign
    • Classroom improvement
    • Living/Learning Communities
    • Fresh Connections
    • New buildings (West, UC)
  • Enrollment
    • MSA
    • Dual Enrollment
    • Honors/Emerging Leaders
    • Off site
    • Online
    • New programs
    • Out of State
retention is our key to growth
Retention is our Key to Growth
  • 1% of student body x tuition + state funding =
    • ~200 additional students
    • ~$1.2M additional funds
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