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  1. State of the College 2011 J. Blaine Hudson, Dean College of Arts and Sciences University of Louisville

  2. Retiring Faculty Ann Allen History (phased retirement) Stow Chapman Fine Arts Donald Dupré Chemistry Clara Leuthart Geography and Geosciences Wiley Williams Mathematics

  3. New Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty Mary Ashlock Communication John Begley Fine Arts Genevieve Carlton History Amy Clukey English Fabian Crespo Anthropology Cherie Dawson-Edwards Justice Administration Andrew Day Geography and Geosciences

  4. New Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty Marci DeCaro Psychological and Brain Sciences Guy Dove Philosophy Karen Freberg Communication Pearlie Johnson Pan-African Studies Janet Kelly Urban and Public Affairs Monica Rodriguez Classical and Modern Languages David Roelfs Sociology

  5. New Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty Ayman Shabana Humanities Malissa Taylor History Alicestyne Turley Pan-African Studies Monnica Williams Psychological and Brain Sciences

  6. Promotions to Associate Professorwith Tenure A. Glenn Crothers History Jason Gainous Political Science Stephen Hanson Philosophy Yuxin Ma History

  7. Promotions to Associate Professorwith Tenure Andrew Rabin English Susanna Remold Biology Ryan Schroeder Sociology

  8. Granting of Tenure Assistant Professor Granted Tenure William Tkweme Pan-African Studies Associate Professor Granted Tenure John Gibson Philosophy Sandra Sephton Psychological and Brain Sciences

  9. Promotions to Professor Matthew Biberman English Melissa Evans-Andris Sociology Craig Grapperhaus Chemistry Pawel Kozlowski Chemistry Sergio Mendes Physics and Astronomy (granted tenure)

  10. Promotions to Professor John Morrison Physics and Astronomy Joanna Wolfe English Francis Zamborini Chemistry Xiang Zhang Chemistry (granted tenure)

  11. New Chairs Ying Kit Chan Fine Arts (January 2011) Rinda Frye Theatre Arts Robert Huber Military Science Alan Leidner Classical & Modern Languages Rodger Payne Political Science (January 2012) Laurie Rhodebeck Political Science (Acting) Richard Wittebort Chemistry (January 2011)

  12. A&S Budget Comparison

  13. A&S Fall Enrollment Breakdown and Comparison

  14. Credit Hour Productionby Academic Unit, 2010-11 Total Credit Hours % Total A&S 286,452 52.3 Education 59,092 10.8 Business 49,105 9.0 Speed 39,507 7.2 Medicine 32,998 6.0 Dentistry 21,478 3.9 Nursing 16,328 3.0 Law 12,243 2.2 Music 12,129 2.2 Kent 10,562 1.9 Public Health 2,772 0.5 UofL Total 547,323

  15. Distance Education Revenue

  16. Number of Full-Time Faculty Comparison

  17. Extramural Research Funding(PIs Only)

  18. Number of Staff Comparison

  19. University Retention and Graduation Rates Graduated in: Admitted4 Years5 Years6 Years 1995 10.9% 25.8% 33.4% 1998 11.1% 27.1% 33.2% 2001 15.9% 35.6% 43.6% 2004 21.2% 42.0% 48.6% Prepared by: Office of Institutional Research & Planning

  20. A&S Priorities: 2011-2012 • Budget (and possible reduction) • Improve retention and graduation rates • Implement contingent faculty reduction plan • Raise research productivity • Strengthen programs

  21. Please join us for a Reception in the Hite Art Galleries in Schneider Hall