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Campus-wide Faculty Meeting. September 22, 2010 Alumni Lounge 3:30-5:00 PM. Faculty Governance. Committee Reports (Manno/Frair/Doelle) General Education Requirements (Shannon) New Faculty (Newman/Luzadis/Leopold) GSA Representative (Barnhill) United Way/SEFA (Ettinger)

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campus wide faculty meeting

Campus-wide Faculty Meeting

September 22, 2010

Alumni Lounge

3:30-5:00 PM

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Faculty Governance

  • Committee Reports (Manno/Frair/Doelle)
  • General Education Requirements (Shannon)
  • New Faculty (Newman/Luzadis/Leopold)
  • GSA Representative (Barnhill)
  • United Way/SEFA (Ettinger)
  • State of the College (Murphy)
  • Promotion and Tenure (Bongarten/Leopold)
slide4

Committee on Research

McIntire-Stennis Request for Pre-proposals

  • Updated scope based on 2009 CSREES and USDA guidelines
  • Ecological restoration, catastrophe management, energy conservation, bio-based
  • fuels and materials, forest fragmentation, valuing and trading ecological services,
  • science of integration, human attitudes and behaviors
  • Monday, 4 October 2010, deadline for pre-proposal
  • Formatting matters! NTE 2 pages, One per lead PI (no limit on co-PI)
  • Full proposals invited 18 October (due 19 November)

Seed Grant RFP

… early December invitation …

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Fall 2010 COI Meetings

217 Bray Hall, 12:00 – 2:00 PM

10-13-2010

11-10-2010

(12-08-2010)

Please submit your course proposals three weeks prior to the COI meeting.

State University of New York

College of Environmental Science and Forestry

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Faculty Governance

  • Committee Reports (Manno/Frair/Doelle)
  • General Education Requirements (Shannon)
  • New Faculty (Newman/Luzadis/Leopold)
  • GSA Representative (Barnhill)
  • United Way/SEFA (Ettinger)
  • State of the College (Murphy)
  • Promotion and Tenure (Bongarten/Leopold)
slide7

Committee on Instruction

ESF Committee on Instruction Members 2010-2011

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Faculty Governance

  • Committee Reports (Manno/Frair/Doelle)
  • General Education Requirements (Shannon)
  • New Faculty (Newman/Luzadis/Leopold)
  • GSA Representative (Barnhill)
  • United Way/SEFA (Ettinger)
  • State of the College (Murphy)
  • Promotion and Tenure (Bongarten/Leopold)
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Faculty Governance

  • Committee Reports (Manno/Frair/Doelle)
  • General Education Requirements (Shannon)
  • New Faculty (Newman/Luzadis/Leopold)
  • GSA Representative (Barnhill)
  • United Way/SEFA (Ettinger)
  • State of the College (Murphy)
  • Promotion and Tenure (Bongarten/Leopold)
slide10

Faculty Governance

  • Committee Reports (Manno/Frair/Doelle)
  • General Education Requirements (Shannon)
  • New Faculty (Newman/Luzadis/Leopold)
  • GSA Representative (Barnhill)
  • United Way/SEFA (Ettinger)
  • State of the College (Murphy)
  • Promotion and Tenure (Bongarten/Leopold)
faculty meeting

Faculty Meeting

September 22, 2010

president s report
President’s Report
  • Recognitions and Rankings
  • Preliminary FY 2010/2011 Financial Management Plan
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Enrollment
  • Capital Plan Improvements
  • Mighty Oaks
esf recognitions and rankings
ESF Recognitions and Rankings
  • Washington Monthly
    • #26 of National Universities based on the “contribution to the pubic good”
    • Social mobility, research and service
    • Only SUNY institution in the top 30
  • Forbes.com
    • #23 among “America’s Best college Buys”
    • #189 on the list of the top 569 colleges and universities in the U.S.
esf recognitions and rankings14
ESF Recognitions and Rankings
  • U.S. News & World Report
    • #25 in the “Great Schools, Great Prices” list
      • Between Georgetown and UC at San Diego
      • No other SUNY institution on the list
    • #34 among the Top Public National Universities
      • Highest ranked SUNY institution
    • #79 among the Best National Universities (public and private)
      • Highest ranked SUNY institution
esf recognitions and rankings15
ESF Recognitions and Rankings
  • Sierra Club Magazine
    • #45 in “Cool Schools Ranking”
    • SUNY Binghamton ranked #68
other considerations
Other Considerations
  • Revenue Increases
    • $300,000 Supplemental New York State Support
    • $xx High Needs Program
    • $486,000 Empire Innovation Program
    • 140,000 4% Out of State
  • Expense Reductions
    • $450,000 Retirement Program Savings
enrollment fall 2010
Enrollment Fall 2010

Total head count 2,565

AAFTE 1,999

parking and site improvements project
Parking and Site Improvements Project

“Saving the Rain”

Porous pavement

Rain garden

Subsurface storm water storage

LED lighting

student residence cornerstone unveiling
Student Residence Cornerstone Unveiling

September 16, 2010

Centennial Hall Dedication

  • Features
  • LEED Silver → Gold
  • Energy efficient
  • 20% Recycled content
  • Rain gardens/porous pavement
  • 80% Wood construction
  • Modular system to reduce waste
  • Indoor bicycle storage/washing/repair
  • Furniture by Stickley
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Administrative Bloat at American Universities

    • Policy Report of the Goldwater Institute (8/17/10)
    • 196 institutions evaluated/ESF ranked 186th
    • Use of IPEDS Data (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System)
    • Observations of Higher Education between 1993 and 2007
      • 66.7% tuition increase
      • 14.5% increase in student enrollment
      • 13.1% increase in number of employees to educate the same number of students
      • 39.3% increase in administrative employees
    • ESF Admin/100 students
      • 2007 5.0
      • 1993 6.3
    • ESF Instruction/Research & Service
      • 2007 5.2
      • 1993 6.0

Δ = -1.3

Δ = -0.8

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Faculty Governance

  • Committee Reports (Manno/Frair/Doelle)
  • General Education Requirements (Shannon)
  • New Faculty (Newman/Luzadis/Leopold)
  • GSA Representative (Barnhill)
  • United Way/SEFA (Ettinger)
  • State of the College (Murphy)
  • Promotion and Tenure (Bongarten/Leopold)