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The Pathway to Success. Goal IV Strengthen and Leverage Programs of Strength and Promise. Strengthen and Leverage Programs of Distinction and Promise.

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The pathway to success

The Pathway to Success

Goal IV

Strengthen and Leverage Programs of Strength and Promise


Strengthen and leverage programs of distinction and promise

Strengthen and Leverage Programs of Distinction and Promise

Strengthen and leverage the programs that have been designated programs of distinction or promise, to bring greater prominence to them and to the University as a whole.


Benchmark indicators

BENCHMARK INDICATORS

  • By the year 2010, Indiana State University will:

  • -- define the methodology and criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of programs of national and regional distinction or promise

  • -- define an ongoing system to enable new programs of distinction and promise to be identified and supported; and

  • -- develop strategic plans for programs currently identified as programs of distinction and promise


Benchmark indicators cont

BENCHMARK INDICATORS(CONT.)

  • By the year 2014, Indiana State University will:

  • -- increase resources provided to programs of distinction and promise

  • -- complete an evaluation of all programs of distinction and promise based upon the criteria and methodology established by 2010; and

  • -- document that 75 percent of programs of distinction and promise will be meeting or exceeding expectations defined by the criteria and methodology established by 2010


Initiative i strenghten programs of distinction and promise

INITIATIVE ISTRENGHTEN PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION AND PROMISE

  • Objectives

  • By May 31, 2010 appoint a new Distinctive Programs Oversight Committee (DPOC) to work in concert with the Provost to strengthen and leverage ISU’s Distinctive Programs

    • DPOC composition will consist of:

      • Chairperson – Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

      • Two Deans

      • Two Department Chairpersons

      • Two Faculty Members


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INITIATIVE ISTRENGHTEN PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION AND PROMISE

  • By July 31, 2010, the DPOC will define the criteria and methodology to assess the set of Distinctive Programs identified in 2007

    • Criteria must define a systematic assessment system that validates the efforts and success of each program in meeting its goals

    • Criteria must address how the program leveraged the University investment to advance its plan

    • Process must define an annual reporting process that will be reviewed and evaluated each year to guide programs.


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INITIATIVE ISTRENGHTEN PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION AND PROMISE

  • By October 30, 2010, each of the programs identified as Nationally Distinctive, Regionally/State Distinctive or a Program of Promise will prepare a report summarizing how the investment by the University has assisted the program in achieving its goals. This report may not exceed five pages.


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INITIATIVE ISTRENGHTEN PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION AND PROMISE

  • By December 1, 2010, each of the current programs may submit a five-year strategic plan which outlines the vision for the program and how an additional investment by the University will assist the program in achieving its goals and advance the mission of Indiana State University. The plan will include:

    • Measurable goals that the program will meet over the five year period

    • How the Program aligns with the Strategic Plan of the Department/College/University and how the investment by the University will assist the College in meeting its Strategic Plan

    • What additional support will the Department/College provide in support of the plan?


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INITIATIVE ISTRENGHTEN PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION AND PROMISE

  • By March 1, 2011, DPOC will review the submitted plans and will prepare a recommendation to the Provost regarding programs for future support.

  • The review process shall include external reviewers.

  • In the future programs will be recommended in two categories only:

    • Distinctive Programs

    • Programs of Promise


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INITIATIVE ISTRENGHTEN PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION AND PROMISE

  • By April 1, 2011, the Provost will recommend to the President a set of programs for investment.

  • By May 1, 2011, the President will inform the Campus of the final recommendation.

  • By July 1, 2011, DPOC will define a process and timeline that will enable “new” programs to apply for recognition.


Budget

Budget

  • A five year budget of $5,000,000 is recommended.

  • Up to 60% or $3,000,000 may be base budget investments

  • At least 40% or $2,000,000 will be one-time investments

  • Programs of Distinction may request up to $1,000,000 over the five year period. These programs will not be eligible for any additional funding.


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Budget

  • Programs of Promise may request up to $500,000 over the five year period. Programs of Promise are eligible to seek this status for a second five year term.

  • Funding cycle must be developed to ensure that funds are available to support new programs.

  • In all cases, no program shall receive more than $1,000,000 from this initiative.

  • For all funded programs, an annual report that demonstrates clear progress in meeting strategic plan and measurable goals is expected. Programs that fail to submit report and/or meet goals may have their funding reduced or eliminated.


Initiative ii create a center for rural studies

Initiative IICreate a Center for Rural Studies

  • Objectives

  • By August 1, 2010 appoint a representative committee of faculty and staff to determine if a University Center for Rural Studies has the potential to serve as a stimulus for program growth and development across the campus.

  • By November 1, 2010, the Committee will submit its final report to the President for review and appropriate action.


Questions

QUESTIONS


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