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Where are we going?. This page deliberately left blank. Crisis? What crisis?. We need a plan This is not a plan!. Senate work in coming year. Committee for the Future of the University of Nevada Apportionment – nothing radical here Faculty Senate Committee Work

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Where are we going

Where are we going?

This page deliberately left blank


Where are we going

Crisis? What crisis?

  • We need a plan

  • This is not a plan!


Where are we going

Senate work in coming year

  • Committee for the Future of the University of Nevada

  • Apportionment – nothing radical here

  • Faculty Senate Committee Work

  • General Education and Core Curriculum Revisions

  • Faculty Morale Issues


Challenges for higher education in nevada

Challenges for Higher Education in Nevada

  • The economy

  • Our image problem

  • Disruptive innovation

  • Faculty morale


Where are we going

Higher Education in Nevada - Short Term

  • Chancellor Klaich’s Formula Funding Plan

  • Board of Regents Plan

  • Interim Committee on the Funding of Higher Education

    • next meeting is May 23, 2012

    • will include testimony from faculty and students

    • work completed by August/September 2012

  • Legislative session begins on February 4, 2013


Science education a national security issue

Science education: a national security issue?

  • 90% of the world’s scientists and engineers live in Asia?

    • True

    • False


Where are we going

Faculty Rights and Privileges

  • Morale – will discuss findings of the Campus Affairs Committee in Fall

  • Job security

  • Merit

  • Healthcare - rising costs, declining benefits


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