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Fall Faculty Meeting 2007. General Accomplishments 2006-2007. Implementation of Enrollment Management Plan/Admission Policy beginning Fall 2007. Academic Quality. Intermediate Accounting Readiness – assessment and retention initiative

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    1. Fall Faculty Meeting2007

    2. GeneralAccomplishments2006-2007 Implementation of Enrollment Management Plan/Admission Policy beginning Fall 2007

    3. Academic Quality • Intermediate Accounting Readiness – assessment and retention initiative • On-campus Becker CPA Review – preparing students at the graduate level • Revised CIS undergraduate curriculum implemented Fall, 2006 • Developing new concentrations for graduate program in the area of IT Project Management and IT Audit and Security

    4. Academic Quality • Fall 2006 Offered BAD 4000 (Career Issues class) for all majors as an elective • Fall 2007 MGMT • Require MGMT 3940 – Business Ethics • Require MGMT 4680 – Organizational Behavior • Offer MGMT 1500 – First Year Seminar • Require the purchase of The Wall Street Journal in MGMT 3610 for all majors in COB

    5. Academic QualityFaculty Development opportunities and rewards for faculty • Funded faculty travel for professional development ($8,600) • Funded 8 tenure-track faculty • Funded 9 temporary faculty • Funded teaching awards program ($30,000) • Funded 19 faculty summer research grants

    6. Academic QualityFaculty • Continued Distinguished Assistant Professorship Award • Awarded two (2) State Farm Excellence Professorships • Awarded three (3) Accounting Department Distinguished Professorships (Crowe Chizek, Deloitte & Touche USA LLP, and Dempsey, Vantrease & Follis)

    7. Academic QualityFaculty Integrate Technology • Sedona implementation – faculty data • Summer 2007 Instructional Technology Fellowship – Don Roy, Management & Marketing

    8. Student Centered Learning • Partnered with the Career and Employment Center to present the Mock Interview Program, Etiquette Dinner and Alumni Career Mentor Pilot Program • Funded seven graduate assistantships with Business Fee funds • Funded student travel (3) for research paper presentations to Academy of Economics & Finance Annual Meeting

    9. Student Centered Learning • Partial funding for student study abroad in Austria (Summer 2007) • Supported student organization travel to meetings and competitions • Along with SBDC, supported Business Plan Competitions • Seven (7) EXL courses offered in Jones COB • Advisors created Faculty Advising Workshops and Jones COB Advising Newsletter for faculty • Created Advising Website (www.mtsu.edu/~busadv)

    10. Partnerships • Center for Economic Education participation in Murfreesboro City Schools partnership • Executive Briefing Series partnership with Craig Leipold, Owner/Governor, Nashville Predators, LLC and Major General Gus L. Hargett, Jr., Adjutant General Tennessee National Guard • Executives in Residence • VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) • Accounting Professorships • College and departmental advisory boards

    11. Enrollment

    12. Enrollment Management DataUndergraduate The Jones College produced 19.8% of the MTSU increase over 7 years. Source: MTSU Institutional Research Fall Student Profiles

    13. Enrollment Management DataGraduate The Jones College produced 42.2% of the MTSU increase over 7 years. Source: MTSU Institutional Research Fall Student Profiles

    14. Recognitions

    15. Students Financial Management Association chapter earned the FMA Superior Chapter Award for 2006-2007 (Frank Michello – faculty advisor) McNair Scholar: Jeffrey Blackman “Personal Privacy: Risks of the Internet Analysis” Charles Apigian, mentor Matthew Bullington received a $5,000 Phi Kappa Phi academic excellence award for 2007-2008 and was awarded a full scholarship at Vanderbilt University Jo Gilley 2006 ProAm Sellathon winner at the regional conference in Baton Rouge Jo Gilley & Josh Sewell were finalists in the National Pro/Am Sellathon competition

    16. Faculty Charlie Baum – MTSU Foundation Distinguished Research Award Ken Hollman – inducted into the Robert E. Musto Insurance Hall of Fame

    17. Faculty (cont’d) Robert B. Blair - 2007 National Business Education Association Collegiate Teacher of the Year Don Roy - National Marketing Management Association Master Teacher Award

    18. Faculty (cont’d.) Jeanne Harrington - 2006 Tennessee CPA Journal Best Paper Award G. Robert Smith, Jr. - 2006 Tennessee Society of CPAs Discussion Leader Award Rebecca Foote - Greek Life Faculty Mentor Award Carol Cox - Allied Academies Distinguished Research Award Gerry Scheffelmaier - Lana Doncaster Innovation Award Don Roy - 2006 Marketing Education Best Paper Award from the Society for Marketing Advances Don Roy - 2007 Best Paper Award from the Marketing Management Association

    19. Faculty (cont’d.) David Foote – 2007 Outstanding Reviewer – OB Track – Academy of Management Tom Tang – 2007 Outstanding Reviewer – International Track – Academy of Management Cliff Welborn – Gamma Iota Sigma Outstanding Professor Cheryl Ward & Harmon - 2006 Research Award for Paper at Summer Internet Conference Cheryl Ward - 2006 Distinguished Research Award – Allied Academies Troy Festervand with co-authors - 2007 Best Paper – College Teaching & Learning Conference

    20. Academic Performance Award Department of Business Communication & Entrepreneurship Department of Economics & Finance

    21. Teaching Awards2006-2007

    22. Teaching Awards Information • Tenured or tenure-track faculty who taught Fall and Spring of 2006-2007 • Must have taught at least 6 hours in each of the 2 relevant semesters • An award of $1000 placed in the department’s travel account of each listed faculty member

    23. Charlie Apigian Barry Blair Randy Clark David Foote Stuart Fowler Jackie Gilbert Tim Graeff Tim Greer Jeanne Harrington Virginia Hemby-Grubb Kevin James Charles Kile Melinda Korzaan Tim Koski Don Lester Steve Morris Ron Moser John Mullane Mirza Murtaza Don Roy Scott Seipel Marc Singer Garry Smith Vince Smith Earl Thomas Cheryl Ward Terry Ward Cliff Welborn Jinfeng Yue Joachim Zietz Faculty

    24. Faculty Service Awards

    25. 2007 15 Years Service Al DePrince Bill Ford Lee Sarver 25 Years Service Ken Hollman

    26. Outstanding Faculty Awards

    27. Outstanding Faculty Member2006 – 2007 Nominees Robert B. Blair John G. Wermert Timothy H. Greer Jinfeng Yue Kevin L. James Joachim Zietz Outstanding Faculty Recipients Albert E. DePrince, Jr. Donald P. Roy

    28. Bridgestone/FirestoneDistinguished Assistant Professorships2007-2008 Mary E. Phillips

    29. State Farm Excellence Professorship2007-2008 Charles H. Apigian

    30. State Farm Excellence Professorship2007-2008 Donald P. Roy

    31. Faculty AdditionsFall 2007

    32. Tenure/Track Faculty Beth Howard Accounting Jeff Hamm Accounting Sherry Roberts Business Communication & Entrepreneurship

    33. Tenure/Track Faculty Rachel Wilson Business Communications & Entrepreneurship Amy Hennington Computer Information Systems

    34. Tenure/Track Faculty Adam Rennhoff Economics & Finance Sean Salter Economics & Finance

    35. Tenure/Track Faculty Leigh Anne Clark Management & Marketing Michelle Beauchamp Management & Marketing

    36. One Year Appointments Photo Unavailable Photo Unavailable Vishal Sachdev Computer Information Systems Norman Smothers Management & Marketing

    37. One Year Appointments Pam Morris Economics & Finance Charles F. Beauchamp Economics & Finance

    38. Staff Changes and Additions Teena Young Secretary Dean’s Office Angela Williams Secretary Computer Information Systems

    39. Staff Changes and Additions Photo Unavailable Paula Calahan Academic Advisor Sue Farmer Coordinator (Graduation Analyst)

    40. Staff Changes and Additions Photo Unavailable John Mitchell Jones COB Development Director Robert B. Blair Coordinator of Assessment

    41. Other Accomplishments and Improvements • Over $730,000 awarded to Jones College faculty in research funding from Jones College sources in the last four years. • $105,000 provided in teaching awards in the past four years.

    42. Jones COB Phone-a-thonDistribution of FundingTotal Raised $5,664 ACCT $1,193 BCEN $ 646 CIS $ 894 ECFN $1,242 MGMT $1,689 Total Distributed $5,664

    43. The Year Ahead • AOA • Accreditation • Opportunities • Assessment

    44. Accreditation Our next AACSB visit is in 2010 – 2011. Beginning our 3 year cycle.

    45. Opportunities Executive Education MBA options New graduate programs

    46. Opportunities "Theory and Practice of Experiential Education" Co-sponsored by Jones College of Business and EXL Scholars ProgramWorkshop leader - Dr. Joe Raelin, the Asa Knowles Chair of Practice-Oriented Education andDirector of the Center for Work and Learning at Northeastern UniversityDate/Time:  Friday, September 21 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.Dr. Raelin's most recent book is titled Creating Leaderful Organizations:  How to Bring Out Leadership in Everyone.  He has published more than 100 articles in business and professional journals such as Human Resource Planning, Organization Management Journal, Action Learning: Research and Practice, and Academy of Management Learning & Education.The workshop will assist faculty in developing experiential learning class activities and in developing approaches to using reflective thinking as a learning tool.To make reservations for the workshop, e-mail jaustin@mtsu.edu.

    47. New Technology Turning Point 2008 (Interactive Powerpoint Software)

    48. Assessment • Is a fad that will go away soon. • Is primarily an AACSB and SACS requirement. • Is the process of documenting, usually in measurable terms, knowledge, skills, attitudes and beliefs.

    49. Course-embeddedAssessment • Will take too much time out of my class. • Is a lot of extra work. • Is one means of gathering data.

    50. Assessment • Must be accomplished in every class every semester. • Must be accomplished for every learning objective every semester. • Can be scheduled over a cycle and can use sampling.