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  1. The End of a Strategic Plan Cycle: Highlights of Progress

  2. Strategic Goals • Maintain and develop excellent undergraduate engineering, engineering and computer science programs. • Encourage growth in discovery and creative activities, and integrate these with student learning to build excellent graduate programs. • Recruit, retain, and sustain a highly qualified and energetic faculty. • Increase student and faculty diversity within the college. • Enable programs that are responsive to the service, outreach, technology transfer, and economic development needs of Montana and beyond. • Increase public and private sector support for the college. • Increase the visibility of the College of Engineering both regionally and nationally.

  3. Goal 1: Maintain and develop excellent undergraduate engineering, engineering and computer science programs • FE pass rate in percent:

  4. Goal 1: Maintain and develop excellent undergraduate engineering, engineering and computer science programs • Percent of entering students in top 25 percent of their high school class • 2004: 56% • 2005: 54% • 2006: 57%

  5. Goal 1: Maintain and develop excellent undergraduate engineering, engineering and computer science programs • SAT range of entering students • 2003: math—560-670; verbal—500-610 • 2004: math—560-670; verbal—520-630 • 2005: math—590-680; verbal—530-630 • 2006: math—590-680; verbal—520-640

  6. Goal 1: Maintain and develop excellent undergraduate engineering, engineering and computer science programs • Number of professional development workshops/seminars related to teaching attended by faculty: • 2004: 26 • 2005: 33 • 2006: 39

  7. Goal 2: Encourage growth in discovery and creative activities, and integrate these with student learning to build excellent graduate programs • Number of research assistantship appointments in the college (includes centers) per academic term • 2003: 63 • 2004: 64 • 2005: 68 • 2006: 62 • 2007: 65

  8. Goal 2: Encourage growth in discovery and creative activities, and integrate these with student learning to build excellent graduate programs • M.S. students enrolled and degrees awarded

  9. Goal 2: Encourage growth in discovery and creative activities, and integrate these with student learning to build excellent graduate programs • PhD students enrolled and degrees awarded

  10. Goal 3: Recruit, retain, and sustain a highly qualified and energetic faculty • Number of faculty proposal submissions and number funded

  11. Goal 3: Recruit, retain, and sustain a highly qualified and energetic faculty • Research Expenditures

  12. Goal 3: Recruit, retain, and sustain a highly qualified and energetic faculty • Number of student credit hours taught per full-time-equivalent faculty member • 2004: 453.72 • 2005: 444.89 • 2006: 452.38

  13. Goal 4: Increase student and faculty diversity within the college • Number of women tenure-track faculty in the college • 2003: 3 • 2004: 3 • 2005: 5 • 2006: 5

  14. Goal 4: Increase student and faculty diversity within the college • Number of Native American students enrolled in the college: • AY04: 35 • AY05: 49 • AY06: 52 • AY07: 50

  15. Goal 5: Enable programs that are responsive to the service, outreach, technology transfer, and economic development needs of Montana and beyond • College established an award for Outreach/service • First award went to Prof. Al Cunningham in spring 2006

  16. Goal 6: Increase public and private sector support for the college • Lysle Wood Endowed Professorship in M&IE Department • RightNow Technologies’ Distinguished Professorship in Computer Science • MSU Foundation’s contract with GG&A to expand prospects in 2006: confirmed ~1,900 new major gift prospects for COE

  17. Goal 7: Increase the visibility of the College of Engineering both regionally and nationally • New position, Communications Specialist, added to Dean’s Office staff. • Focus on multiple constituencies • The COE web site has undergone a major transformation (more on this later). • Stories about College are more common on MSU Web site and in regional papers • Increased quality of newsletters, etc

  18. Goal 7: Increase the visibility of the College of Engineering both regionally and nationally Number of “hits” in regional press

  19. Goal 7: Increase the visibility of the College of Engineering both regionally and nationally • A national magazine (Prism) highlighted the Designing Our Community program • Another national magazine (Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning) will include MSU-COE in an article published this month.