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  1. UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRESCHOOL OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 2005 – 2006

  2. LOOKING BACK • The “State of the School” 2002-2005 • LOOKING AHEAD • Action Plan for 2005-2006

  3. LOOKING BACK • 2002 Strategic Plan • Strategic Intentions • Teaching • Scholarship and research • Interdisciplinary culture • Engagement • Communication

  4. Overriding themes • Enrollment growth • Diversity • Efficiency

  5. TEACHING • New Degree Programs • MS Recreation Management and Policy • DEMN • 4 yr BS in PE Pedagogy • MPH • MSW (Manchester) • OT Master’s Level Entry Program

  6. New Minors • Child Life • Adolescent and Youth Development • Public Health • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Studies

  7. New graduate certificates • Public Health Law • Cognate in College Teaching (Nursing) • Articulation agreements

  8. New Courses • General Education Courses • Inquiry Courses

  9. Assessment • Full accreditation (for the maximum term) for every program reviewed by national agencies • UNH Program Review for both graduate and undergraduate programs

  10. Faculty • Substantial new hires of both tenure track and clinical faculty • New senior hires • Instituted post-tenure review • Faculty Development • FITSI participation • Inquiry Course development

  11. LOOKING AHEAD • Conversion of Gen Ed courses to Discovery courses • Development of additional Inquiry Courses (we’ll need more than 10 each semester) • No new academic programs • Large number of new hires (including Director of the MPH Program) • Compelling need to focus on faculty retention (theme for faculty breakfasts)

  12. SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH • Enhanced funding for faculty research • Faculty fellowships • Faculty guide (great success in receiving support from the Grad School and the VP for Research’s Discretionary fund) • Grimes mini-grants • Carsey • Welcomed Browne Center and IOD • Developed NHIHPP • Launched UNH Center on Adolescence • Increased overall sponsored support to more than $8 million

  13. LOOKING AHEAD • Re-issue Faculty Development Guide for 2005-2006 • Grimes RFP • Faculty fellowships • Carsey Seminars and Consulting Group

  14. INTERDISCIPLINARY CULTURE • LOOKING BACK • NHIHPP • IOD • Center on Adolescence • Town Meetings • Carsey • LOOKING AHEAD • Carsey Seminars / Consulting

  15. ENGAGEMENT • LOOKING BACK • Established / Enhanced Department advisory councils • Faculty and students worked in virtually every health and human service agency in the State • McConnell Center in Dover (Social Work) • Continue to provide outstanding service through a wide range of programs and efforts

  16. LOOKING AHEAD • Continue to sustain and enhance formal advisory committees • Continue to explore ways to infuse School’s service and outreach units into academic programs • Focus on engaging HHS Grads in the work of the School (and in supporting the Annual Fund)

  17. COMMUNICATION • Looking Back • HHS Website • On line HHS Report • Faculty Data Base

  18. ENROLLMENT GROWTH • LOOKING BACK • Undergraduate majors increased from 1,508 (Fall 2001) to 1,601 (Fall 2004) • Undergraduate credit hours increased from 30,340 in AY02 to 40,245 in AY05 (33%) • Enrolled graduate students increased from 321 to 476 (full-time from 152 to 269) • Graduate tuition revenue increased from $2 million in AY02 to $3.8 million in AY05

  19. LOOKING AHEAD • NO MORE STUDENTS!!!!!!!! • Focus on sustaining prior growth • Recognize that some of the gains in undergraduate credit hours may be lost

  20. DIVERSITY • LOOKING BACK • Considerable success in identifying diverse candidate pools • Less (but still tangible) success in recruiting diverse faculty members • Challenging attrition

  21. LOOKING AHEAD • Re-double efforts on recruitment • Focus on retention

  22. EFFICIENCY • LOOKING BACK • In Fall 2001, projected sizeable, continuing deficits that would have drained reserves and amassed sizeable debt • For FY05, surplus exceeded $500,000 • Brought HHS reserves to a healthier 4% of annual expenses (from less than 1% at our low point) • Established modest Department reserves

  23. LOOKING AHEAD • Projecting smaller, but still respectable surplus for FY06 and modest surpluses in the out years • Continuing challenge of the UNH “structural deficit” • The great unknowns of financial aid and energy

  24. FACILITIES • LOOKING BACK • AC in Hewitt • Minor New Hampshire Hall improvements (Painting, partial AC, upgraded classroom and Alumni Room – “in progress”) • Hewitt Computer lab • Installed wireless capability throughout Pettee, Hewitt, and New Hampshire Halls

  25. LOOKING AHEAD • NEW HAMPSHIRE HALL AND THE FIELDHOUSE MUST BE RENNOVATED • New teaching / outreach “campus” for CSDC; MFT; CSD clinics; Seacoast Clinic; NE Passage; etc.

  26. STRATEGIC PLANNING 2005? • Minor tweaking of the 2002 Plan to • Recognize accomplishments since 2002 • Review strategic intentions • Revise as necessary • In the context of the UNH Academic Plan, the Campus Master Plan, and (possibly) the plan for the next capital campaign

  27. LOOKING AHEAD • HHS at the Whitt! Date and Time TBA