STRATEGIC PLAN2013-2020 Warren K. Wray Provost Faculty Senate 6-20-2013
UM System UM- St. Louis UM-Kansas City Missouri S&T UM-Columbia Non- Academic Departments Academic Departments
PARTICIPATION • 49 Members of the S&T Strategic Planning Guiding Coalition • 5 Members of the Strategic Planning Executive Committee • 51 Members of the Customer and Campus Strategy Statement Committees • 330 Customer Ideation Session Participants • 156 Faculty Members from all 19 academic departments brainstormed based on themes during seven two-hour department sessions • 5 Campus Strategic Planning Committee Working Group Members • Academy Members (Number: ?) • 18 Board of Trustees • Career Opportunities and Employer Relations (COPER) Advisory Board (Number: ?) • 7 Chancellor’s Cabinet • Corporate Development Council (Number: ?) • 15 Engineering Advisory Board • Miner Alumni Association Board of Directors (Number: ?) • Numerous emails through the S&T campus anonymous email website
Strategy Statement Missouri S&T will provide by 2020 a top return on investment among public research universities to students, employers, research partners and donorsthrough extraordinary access to renowned expertise, services and experiential learning opportunities.
STRATEGY STATEMENT • 4 THEMES • 30 LEVERS TOTAL • 19 LEVERS TO BE PURSUED DURING THE FIRST YEAR • 32 LEVER LEADERS/CO-LEVER LEADERS • 188 ACTIONS TOTAL • 174 ACTION OWNERS/CO-ACTION OWNERS • 115 ACTIONS TO BE PURSUED DURING THE FIRST YEAR • 73 ACTIONS TO BE PURSUED BEYOND THE FIRST YEAR • ACTION OWNERS NOT IDENTIFIED BEYOND THE FIRST YEAR
Theme 1 - Develop and inspire creative thinkers and leaders for life-long success. Lever 1.1 - Require all undergraduate students to participate in some significant experiential activity before graduation By year 5 ensure that all undergraduate degree programs require a significant experiential learning activity. Metric: Compliance by all departments. Baseline: No departments. Second-Year Target: Faculty Senate approval of degree program requirements. Fifth-Year Target: All undergraduate degree programs requiring experiential learning.
Prioritized Action 1.1.1 Create a defining comprehensive list of activities that are supported by research as significant experiential activities Metric: Approval of comprehensive list by Provost. Baseline: No list exists. Year-1 Targets: Gaining Provost approval. 1.1 Lever Leader: Larry Gragg Owner(s): Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Start Date:August 2013 Duration:6 months
Prioritized Action 1.1.2 (1.1.2a-1.1.2e) Incorporate experiential/service learning into the core curriculum in all degree programs at any level beginning in the freshman year Metric: Percent of revised undergraduate programs approved. Baseline: TBD. Year One Target: Curriculum committee approval. Second-Year Target: Approval by Faculty Senate. 1.1 Lever Leader: Larry Gragg Owner(s): Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Start Date:January 2014 Duration: 18 months
TIMELINE • June 3 -- Draft strategic plan submitted to UM System • June 3 – Strategic initiative funding requests submitted to UM System • #1 Lever 2.2 • #2 Lever 3.3 • #3 Lever 2.5 • August 15 – Strategic investment funding decisions • August – September – Communicate plans to campus stakeholders • September - October – Finalize plans
Chancellor STRATEGIC PLANNING PROGRESS COORDINATOR (SPPC) Strategic Plan Progress Coordinator Innovation Team Lever Leaders
https://provost.mst.edu/secure/newstrategicplan/ The draft of the strategic plan is on the website. Please send in comments with your name by June 30, 2013.