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Council of deans may 18 2010

Council of Deans, May 18, 2010


Council of deans may 18 2010

Ohio State Marion in a Buckeye Nutshell

Other Regional CampusesOhio State Marion?

What Evie presented about YES

Ohio State Mansfield on 10/20

What John presented about YES

Ohio State Lima on 1/19

What Bill presented about YES

Ohio State Newark on 3/16


Thank you questions

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Thank you!Questions?


Ohio state marion s early history

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Ohio State Marion’s Early History

  • May, 1957: Ohio State Trustees approve off-campus courses

  • October 1, 1957: Ohio State Marion opens

    166 students, 16 courses

  • 1966: Community starts fundraising campaign to purchase campus land

    $400,000 for 180 acre campus

    $227,000 for scholarships

  • 1968: Morrill Hall opens


Ohio state marion s recent history

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Ohio State Marion’s Recent History

  • 1976: Courses first taught at MCI

  • 1996: New Library opens

  • 1997: Courses first taught at Delaware JVS South

  • 2001: Delaware Center opens

  • 2005: Maynard Hall opens

  • 2007: 50 years in Marion

  • 2008: 40 years on campus

  • 201?: New science building


Ohio state marion s delaware center

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Ohio State Marion’s Delaware Center

  • Leased building

    NE corner US 23 & Orange Rd

  • Autumn 1997 (at Del. JVS)

    10 students, 2 courses (GEC)

  • Autumn 2009

    525 students, DC only

    481 students, DC & MRN

    81 courses (GEC)

  • Most diverse part of Ohio State Marion


Student profile autumn 2009

Students First

Student Profile, Autumn 2009

Autumn 2009: 1,828 students (new record: 1,673 in Autumn 2008)

  • Gender: 55% female, 45% male

  • Average age: 22.9 years old

    21.4% @ 24 years old or more

  • Ethnicity: 269 (15.1%) minority students

    137 (7.5%) African American

    85 (4.6%) Asian/Pacific Islander


Student profile autumn 20091

Students First

Student Profile, Autumn 2009

  • Of the 1,745 undergraduates:

    973 (56%) Freshmen203 (12%) Juniors

    351 (20%) Sophomores193 (11%) Seniors

  • 83 graduate students (4.5% of 1,828 total enrollment)

  • Autumn 2008-Autumn 2009: 75% retention at Ohio State

  • 233 students campus change to Columbus


Opportunities for students

Students First

Opportunities for Students

  • Scholarships awarded 2009-10: $1.1M

  • Students supported 2009-10: 584

  • Average award 2009-10: $1,684

  • Programs for Ohio State degrees

    EducationEnglish

    General Business History

    PsychologyRN to BSN

  • MEd

  • MA Education


Student support student life

Students First

Student Support/Student Life

  • Academic Enrichment

    Writing Lab

    Math Lab

    Disability Services

    Counseling Services

  • Student Activities

    30+ clubs and organizations

  • Student Athletics

    Intercollegiate Sports (“Scarlet Wave”)

    Women’s Volleyball

    Men’s Basketball

    Golf

    Club Sports

    Soccer, Softball, Running, Rugby…


International national study travel experiences

Students First

International, National Study/Travel Experiences

India, March 2010 Greece and Turkey, March 2010


Faculty and staff autumn 2009

Faculty & Staff Talent & Culture

Faculty and Staff, Autumn 2009

  • 39 regular faculty, 9 of whom are full professors

  • 96 auxiliary faculty (lecturers and senior lecturers)

    • 28 full time, 50% with PhD

    • 68 part time, 25% with PhD

  • 85 staff, 25 of whom are cost shared with MTC


Faculty and staff awards recognition

Faculty & Staff Talent & Culture

Faculty and Staff Awards & Recognition

  • 13 U. Distinguished Teaching Awards

  • 1 U. Distinguished Service Award

  • 4 U. Distinguished Staff Awards

  • Individual Awards, 2009-10

    Gordon Aubrecht, Physics

    Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science

    Rich Bradley, Biology

    Herbert Osborn Award, Ohio Biological

    Society

    Omer Ozturk, Statistics

    Fellow, American Statistical Association

    Marge Hazelett, Staff

    Dick Maxwell Award, ODS at OSU


Faculty research and publications

Research Prominence

Faculty Research and Publications

In 2009:

  • 32 articles

  • 8 chapters or entries

  • 4 books

  • Current grants:

    Ohio Department of Education

    Ohio Department of Natural Resources

    National Science Foundation


Community engagement

Outreach and Collaboration

Community Engagement

  • I CAN (college access program)

  • PALS (middle school mentoring)

  • 5 Nights (cultural arts)

  • Kids College (middle school summer pgm)

  • LEI (continuing education for seniors)

  • Service Learning courses

    1 in 2008-2009

    5 in 2009-2010

  • Internships

    Professional Writing minor

    Others (non-profits, Ohio Wildlife Center, radio stations, United Church Homes)


Ohio state marion s yoder prairie

Outreach and Collaboration

Ohio State Marion’s Yoder Prairie

  • 11 acres of restored tall grass prairie

  • Used for biology classes

  • 3,000 visitors in FY 2009 (K-12 classes, youth groups, community members, garden clubs)

  • Site of Ohio Prairie Conference in 2005

  • Feasibility study completed to extend Nature Center concept by restoring part of a creek and wetland on campus


Alber enterprise center 2009

Outreach and Collaboration

Alber Enterprise Center, 2009

“Improve organizational performance through workplace solutions”

  • 90 programs provided

  • 935 participants

  • 26,500 hours of training and services

  • Grant partner with companies ($163,000 grant from Caterpillar Suppliers Consortium, others)

  • Partner with EON Institutions (Marion Technical College, Tri-Rivers Career Center, others)

  • Collaborate with OSU departments/units (Extension, Fisher College of Business, Institute for Energy and the Environment, others)


Do more with less

Financial Soundness & Simplicity

“Do More With Less”

  • Budget generated by enrollment

  • 2/3 tuition compared to Columbus

  • Co-located campus with MTC

  • Shared facilities and staff with MTCLibrary

    Maintenance/grounds/housekeeping

    Some student activities

    Interactive Media program

  • Recycling

    16 tons recycled in 2008

    21 tons recycled in 2009


Regardless of season we are ohio state

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Regardless of Season, We Are Ohio State!

Ohio State courses

with Ohio State expectations and

Ohio State assistance and services

  • Taught by Ohio State faculty

  • Supported by Ohio State staff

  • For Ohio State students

  • Ohio State degrees and Ohio State alumni


When president gee comes to visit how could we not be ohio state

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When President Gee Comes To Visit, How Could We Not Be Ohio State?


Thank you questions1

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Thank you!Questions?


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