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Formerly the national association of state universities and land grant colleges ian l maw

(formerly the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges)

Ian L. Maw

Vice President, APLU


A public university association
A Public University Association Land-Grant Colleges)

  • The nation’s oldest higher education association

  • Dedicated to excellence in learning, discovery and engagement.

  • 218 public research universities, land-grant institutions, many state public university systems.

  • More than 3.7 million students enrolled

  • Award approximately a 750,000+ degrees annually

  • Estimated 20+ million alumni worldwide


Purposes
Purposes: Land-Grant Colleges)

  • To support high quality public higher education and its member institutions as they perform their teaching, research, and public service roles.

  • To provide a forum for the discussion and development of policies affecting higher education and the public interest.


Formerly the national association of state universities and land grant colleges ian l maw

A۰P۰L۰U Board of Directors Land-Grant Colleges)

Peter McPherson, President

Councils

A۰P۰L۰U Staff

Commissions

Organization Overview


Councils
Councils Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Ten Councils

    • Council on Academic Affairs

    • Council on Business Affairs

    • Council of 1890 Universities

    • Council on Extension, Continuing Education & Public Service

    • Council on Government Affairs

    • Council of Presidents

    • Council of President’s and Chancellor’s Spouses

    • Council on Research Policy & Graduate Education

    • Council on Strategic Communications & Advancement


Commissions
Commissions Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Six Commissions

    • Commission on Access, Diversity and Excellence

    • Commission on Food, Environment and Renewable Resources

    • Commission on Innovation Competitiveness and Economic Prosperity

    • Commission on International Programs

    • Commission on the Urban Agenda

    • Advisory Committee on Technology


Aplu s roadmap
APLU’s Roadmap Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Inform the public, Congress, federal agencies, et al of the special contributions of public universities

  • Promote federal legislative programs that strengthen higher education

  • Encourages strong partnerships among public universities, the federal, state and local governments, business, and other segments of higher education.


Membership
Membership Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Member campuses in all 50 states and territories and insular islands

  • 76 land-grant universities

    • Including 18 historically black institutions

  • 29 public university systems

  • 33 tribal colleges represented by American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC)


History
History Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Traces roots to 1887 – Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations.

  • NASULGC established in 1963 with merger

    • American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities

    • National Association of State Universities

  • Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (2009 – name change)


Current initiatives aplu
Current Initiatives -- APLU Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Voluntary System of Accountability SM: Building a new “College Portrait”

  • Study Abroad: Moving to one million students overseas with passage of the Paul Simon Study Abroad Act

  • Farm Bill Implementaion: Reinvigorating the federal-state partnership through reauthorization of the Farm Bill – Passed 2008

  • Future of Public Research Universities


Current initiatives
Current Initiatives Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Science & Mathematics Teacher Imperative: Preparing math and science teachers

  • Online Learning: New approaches to achieving institutional goals

  • International Development: Partnering with African institutions

  • Engaging with the increasingly diverse community and enhancing student access



Aplu funding
APLU Funding Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Institutional Dues (Based on institution size) – Presidents

  • Grants/Contracts (for special initiatives supported by Foundations and Government Agencies– NSF, USAID, Sloan, DOE, Kellogg, etc.)

  • Assessments (specific for Board on Agriculture activities/support) – Deans/VPs


Board on agriculture assembly
Board on Agriculture Assembly Land-Grant Colleges)

Policy Board of Directors

Membership (elected representatives)

Academic Programs Section (1)

Experiment Station Section (1)

Cooperative Extension Section (1)

International Programs Section (1)

Non-Land-Grant Institutions (1)

1890 Land-Grant Institutions (1)

1994 Land-Grant Institutions (1)

Insular/Territorial institutions (1)

Administrative Heads Section (2- Chair & Chair Elect)

Vice President, Food, Ag. and Natural Resources


Board on agriculture assembly1
Board on Agriculture Assembly Land-Grant Colleges)

Policy Board of Directors

Two Standing Committees

  • Budget and Advocacy Committee

    • Members from Sections and Boards

    • Establishes Priorities and Recommended Appropriations Funding

    • Directs the Efforts of Advocacy and Communications Firm (Cornerstone Government Affairs)

    • Preparation and Submission of Congressional testimony

    • Prepares Council on Agricultural Research, Extension and Teaching (CARET) delegates for congressional advocacy

  • Committee on Legislation and Policy

    • Prepare authorization language for Farm Bill

    • Prepare and present congressional testimony

    • Directs Cornerstone Lobbying Efforts


Food agriculture and natural resources fanr within nasulgc

Vice President, FANR Land-Grant Colleges)

Ian L. Maw

Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources(FANR) within NASULGC

Suzette Robinson

Administrative Asst.

Director, Extension & Outreach

James Wade

Associate Director, FANR

Eddie Gouge

Associate Director, FANR

Wendy Fink

Associate Director, Extension &

Outreach & NE Regional Exec Dir.

Linda Kay Benning

National Multi-State

Coordinating Committee


National multistate coordinating committee national regional executive directors
National Multistate Coordinating Committee Land-Grant Colleges)(National & Regional Executive Directors)

National

Cooperative Extension – James Wade

Administrative Heads & Academic Programs – Ian Maw

International – Kerry Bolognese

1890 Research – Carolyn Brooks

1890 Extension – L. Washington Lyons

Northeast Region Western Region

Research – Dan Rossi Research/APS – Michael Harrington

Extension – Linda Benning Extension – Lyla Houglum

Southern Region North Central Region

Research – Eric Young Research – Arlen Leholm

Extension – Ron Brown Extension – Robin Shepard


How assessments are determined
How Assessments are Determined Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Budgets prepared for each entity:

    • Personnel; Office Operations; Travel; Meeting Expenses; Publications, Advocacy, etc.

  • Budgets approved by appropriate body (PBD, ECOP, etc.).

  • Assessments derived by formula for all entities except Academic Programs (undergrad/grad enrollments).

    • Formula basis: ∑ USDA formula + grant funds received by institution on 3-year rolling average.

    • Formula = 60% of assessment base; grant funds = 40% of assessment base.


Assessments
Assessments Land-Grant Colleges)

  • Cooperative Extension

    • National Office:

      • Director of Extension and Outreach, Administrative Asst., Programs, and APLU indirect costs

      • eXtension Program

      • Communications & Marketing Effort

    • Regional Offices (not invoiced or collected by APLU)

      • Executive Directors & staff; programs

  • Board on Agriculture Assembly/Administrative Heads

    • National Office:

      • Vice President/Executive Director, Associate Director, Administrative Assistant,

      • Advocacy and Consulting Efforts; support for BAC & CLP (for all areas)

      • CARET


Assessments cont
Assessments (cont.) Land-Grant Colleges)

  • AcademicPrograms

    • Vice President/Executive Director; Associate Director, & Administrative Assistant

  • International Programs

    • Vice President for International Programs – No assessment funded by APLU.

  • CARET

    • Associate Director , Administrative Assistant

  • Experiment Station Section

    • Assessment for Marketing Initiative


Formerly the national association of state universities and land grant colleges ian l maw

  • Increase the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative to reach its full authorized level by FY 2012.

  • Increase funding to grow all NIFA capacity programs listed in the 2008 Farm Bill.

  • Sustain full funding for mandatory programs established in the 2008 Farm Bill.

  • Funding at no less than the FY 2010 level or President’s FY 2011 Budget for all other NIFA programs.


Board on agriculture assembly2
Board on Agriculture Assembly reach its full authorized level by FY 2012.

Policy Board of Directors

Two Standing Committees

  • Budget and Advocacy Committee

    • Members from Sections and Boards

    • Establishes Priorities and Recommended Appropriations Funding

    • Directs the Efforts of Advocacy and Communications Firm (Cornerstone Government Affairs)

    • Preparation and Submission of Congressional testimony

    • Prepares Council on Agricultural Research, Extension and Teaching (CARET) delegates for congressional advocacy

  • Committee on Legislation and Policy

    • Prepare authorization language for Farm Bill

    • Prepare and present congressional testimony

    • Directs Cornerstone Lobbying Efforts


Growth in key extension programs
Growth in Key Extension Programs reach its full authorized level by FY 2012.


Growth in key research programs
Growth in Key Research Programs reach its full authorized level by FY 2012.


Growth in nri afri
Growth in NRI / AFRI reach its full authorized level by FY 2012.


Comments and questions

Comments and Questions reach its full authorized level by FY 2012.

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Ian l maw phd vice president food agriculture and natural resources aplu imaw@aplu org

Ian L. Maw, PhD reach its full authorized level by FY 2012.Vice President,Food, Agriculture and Natural ResourcesAPLUimaw@aplu.org