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College of Science and Engineering. College of Science and Engineering. COSE College meeting – Agenda Thursday – 19 August 2010 10:00 – 10:15 am Department announcements 10:15 – 11:00 am David DeGroote – overview for Academic Year I. Principles of Reorganization

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College of Science and Engineering

COSE College meeting – Agenda

Thursday – 19 August 2010

10:00 – 10:15 am Department announcements

10:15 – 11:00 am David DeGroote – overview for Academic Year

I. Principles of Reorganization

II. Distinctive Characters and foundation for integrated student experience

III. COSE in three models – 5, 4, 3 colleges

IV. Fall timeline for reorganization and program appraisal

V. Some initial questions to be asked and answered

VI. College Meetings Fall Semester

VII. Other

11:00 – 11:45 am FAQ and/or questions and answers

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Departmental Announcements/Introductions

Mathematics – Dale Buske

Electrical and Computer Engineering – Tim Vogt

Statistics and Computer Networking Applications – Leonard Onyiah

Computer Sciences – Jayantha Herath

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering – Ben Baliga

Environmental and Technological Studies – Chuck Rose

Chemistry – Mohammad Mahroof-Tahir

Aviation – Tara Harl

Biological Sciences – Tim Schuh

Nursing Sciences – Brenda Lenz

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences – Tony Hansen

Physics, Astronomy and Engineering Sciences – Kevin Haglin

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  • Assumptions to develop models:
  • Colleges can have departments and schools but schools cannot have departments
  • If we remain with a department model, we will have fewer and larger departments.
  • Schools will have a full-time director. Departments will have a chair. Program areas will have a coordinator.
  • Reassigned time for department chairs and program area coordinators will be consistent with the Inter Faculty Organization agreement.
  • Our new organizational structure must have a lower overall administrative cost.
  • Schools, departments and program areas should have a similar size and scale of operation, and support functions will be equitable distributed.
  • Visit: https://myscsu.stcloudstate.edu/sites/Reorganization/Documents/Academic%20Reorganization%20Scenarios%20and%20Discussion%20-%20Provost%20Malhotra%208-17-2010.pdf
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Distinctive Characteristics: We believe that St. Cloud State

has four distinctive characteristics, or sets of knowledge,

strengths and qualities, that we must focus on if we are to

achieve our goal of becoming the best comprehensive

state university in the Upper Midwest.   

Accessibility that leads to success: St. Cloud State University will become distinctive by providing access to a high quality education with a commitment to individual student success.

Character that reflects our region: St. Cloud State University will become distinctive by offering an array of programs that reflect the character of our region with a commitment to meeting the needs of our community.

Education that drives knowledge into action: St. Cloud State University will become distinctive by preparing our students for success in work and life through integrated learning and the expert and innovative application of knowledge.

A portfolio of distinctive programs:  St. Cloud State University will become distinctive by building on our prominent programs with the addition of new programs that hold the greatest promise of contributing to our future success.

Overarching themes that define an integrated student experience to attain distinction

  • Community Engagement
  • Living in a Global environment
  • Sustainability
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
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Timeline and Next Steps

Aug. 17, 2010: Provost Malhotra presents initial models to campus based on recommendations from Strategic Planning Committee

Aug 19 to 23 2010: College meetings. Departments and faculty submit comment to Dean relative to Dean’s program appraisal report to Provost.

Aug. 23, 2010: Deans submit revised SPA Phase II recommendations

Aug. 30, 2010: Provost shares SPA Phase II recommendations with campus community

Sept. 3, 2010: Academic support and administrative services appraisal process and timeline finalized*

Sept. 8 & 9, 2010: SPA Open Forums

Sept. 10, 2010: Rough cost estimates for presented models completed

Sept. 16, 2010: Strategic Planning Committee submits SPA recommendations to Provost

Sept. 24, 2010: Strategic Planning Committee finalizes process for gathering and consolidating input related to proposed reorganization models*

Nov. 19, 2010: Provost Malhotra makes final organizational model recommendation to President Potter

Dec. 3, 2010: President Potter makes final decision

Jan. 18, 2011: Reorganization implementation and transition plan, process and timeline shared with campus

* Additional timeline detail will be provided to the campus based on the work of the Strategic Planning Committee and the Academic and Academic Support and Administrative Appraisal Steering Groups

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  • The following are conversation starters, there may be many other questions and these will be collected during the course of discussions that will take place through the fall and beyond.
  • How does each model address the outcomes of:
    • improving organizational connectedness
    • facilitating inter- and multidisciplinary work and innovation
    • embedding flexibility and feedback loops into the system and structures
    • decreasing administrative overhead
  • Are we best served administratively by a 3, 4, or 5-college model?
  • What are the implications of these different models on the supervisory and evaluative functions?
  • Should degree programs be
  • housed within institutes
  • and centers?
  • Should rostering occur
  • within institutes & centers?
  • What is the appropriate
  • administrative oversight
  • for institutes and centers?
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We are not alone with our budgetary concerns

See these links:

“As signs of a tentative economic rebound hearten students and parents in states such as North Dakota and Arkansas, continuing high unemployment and state budget crises could lead to funding cuts to public colleges and universities in Nevada, Louisiana, Illinois, and many other states. Unless officials in troubled states find new tax dollars to support their colleges, administrators will have little choice but to impose hefty tuition increases or reduce the number of classes and services offered on campus…” 

www.usnews.com/articles/education/paying-for-college/2010/07/12/most-public-colleges-face-budget-cut-threats-in-2011.html

recessionreality.blogspot.com/

www.ohe.state.mn.us/pdf/Enrollment/INSIGHT/InsightApr06.htm

www.usatoday.com/money/perfi/college/2010-07-11-college-funding_N.htm

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  • Open College meetings– tentative dates – topics to be determined
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  • Deans Office Personnel
  • Bob Beumer - COSE Director of
  • Development
  • 320-308-3716
  • rfbeumer@stcloudstate.edu
  • David DeGroote - Dean
  • 320-308-2192
  • dkdegroote@stcloudstate.edu
  • Chris Fandel - IT Support
  • 320-308-6099
  • cjfandel@stcloudstate.edu
  • Susan Flygare - CCS/COB/COSE
  • Director of Marketing
  • 320-308-3994
  • smflygare@stcloudstate.edu
  • Jen Foley - Information Officer
  • Applied Research
  • 320-308-3909
  • jdfoley@stcloudstate.edu
  • Mary Fugleberg - Administrative Support
  • 320-308-2192
  • mfugelberg@stcloudstate.edu
  • Kurt Helgeson - Associate Dean
  • 320-308-3108
  • krhelgeson@stcloudstate.edu
  • Julie Nienaber - RAS Coordinator
  • 320-308-2167
  • jmnienaber@stcloudstate.edu
  • Judi Schindele - Assistant to the Dean
  • 320-308-3872
  • jaschindele@stcloudstate.edu
  • Chuck Swanson - Program Director/RAS
  • 320-308-2192
  • chswanson@stcloudstate.edu