State Board Of Education Presentation 2013


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  • (ACO) has released a unique new list of 60 low-cost colleges with graduates who earn high starting salariesACO reviewed four-year, fully-accredited public institutions with in-state tuition of less than $5,000 per year (not including fees), and with average starting salaries for graduates of more than $40,000 per year
  • The assurance of quality for university and college classes offered by concurrent enrollment partnerships is a key concern of NACEP leaders and members. To this end, the first set of standards adopted in 2002 provided measurable criteria of CEP elements in five categories that are markers of excellent programs: curriculum, faculty, students, assessment, and program evaluation.NACEP Accreditation application completed, under review—the national gold standard for dual enrollment programsMore part-time students this year than last year, increaseint
  • Nearly 37 percent of students are taking online courses. The general education requirements can now be completed fully online.The Associates Degree in General Studies is available fully online. 819 courses offered
  • The federal first-time, full-time student cohort represents approximately 4% of the total students educated at Idaho State University per year.
  • As of July 29, 2013 the number of degrees awarded in FY 2013 is 2,341, an increase of 62 degrees or 3% from FY 2012.• 32 % in the health professions • 19 % in STEM disciplines
  • ISU’s TRiO Pre-College ProgramsUpward Bound (UB)Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS)Educational Talent Search (ETS) Upward Bound and Upward Bound Math and Science programs hold a yearly 6-week residential academic program on ISu’s campus. The residential summer program this year runs June 16-July 26. The program consists of 120 students 9-11 grade students. Students are taking courses in:PhysicsChemistryForensic ScienceAnatomy and PhysiolgyZoologyAlgebra IAlgebra IIGeometryPre-CalculusEnglish 9-11Research WritingGerman 1101Comm 1101 TRiO also has 20 students participating in internships throughout the campus community. These high school students work 20 hours a week and are placed in math and science departments across campus. In addition, these students spend the rest of their day working on dual credit courses through a partnership TRiO has with ISU’s Early College Programs. Educational Talent Search program holds a yearly 3 day 9th and 10thgrade residential college experience where students come to ISU and participate in college preparation workshops  on financial literacy, college planning, career planning, taking college preparation courses in high school. Also went through Yellowstone National Park on an educational tour, a place many students had never been despite living so close. This event took place June 25-27 and welcomed 90 students to campus. In addition, the ISU experience these students received they also received an educational tour of Yellowstone National Park, a place many students had never been before despite the proximity of the park to Eastern Idaho. Also, staff for all three pre-college programs put together 4th annual STEM DAY, this year partnering with the Idaho Science and Engineering Festival and CommUniveristy. This event brought 130 high school students to campus all day to partcipate in activities including:Lunch with a ScientistHands-on workshops on Electircal Engineering, Geology, Physics, Forensic Science, Mecahnical Engineering, and many more.This came together with the collaborative efforts of TRiO, Chemistry Department, Physics Department, ISU Credit Union, and planning committee for CommUniveristy.   UB currently serves 80 students at 8 different high schools.Aberdeen High SchoolAmerican Falls High SchoolBlackfoot High SchoolCentury High SchoolHighland High SchoolPocatello High SchoolSho Ban High SchoolSnake River High School UBMS currently serves 60 students at 4 different high schools.  Bonneville High SchoolFirth High SchoolIdaho Falls High School  Shelley High School ETS currently serves 1050 students at 12 different high school.Aberdeen High SchoolAmerican Falls High SchoolBlackfoot High SchoolBonneville High SchoolBurley High SchoolCentury High SchoolHighland High SchoolIdaho Falls High SchoolJerome High School   Minico High SchoolPocatello High SchoolSho Ban High SchoolSnake River High SchoolTwin Falls High School The TRiO Student Support Services program that works with college students has been helping implement the second summer of the Bengal Bridge program. This summer Bengal Bridge welcomes 31 students.The Bengal Bridge program went residential this year, to increase the chance of student success. All Bengal Bridge students are incoming freshman accepted for fall semester at ISU but place into remedial math or English courses. The summer program was set up to increase retention and college completion for these students that may have a high risk of academic failure. All students in the program are low-income college students that qualify for pell grants. They are taking 9 credits with a reduced tuition, housing, and meals the full pell eligible students have this first semester paid for with federal financial aid. This opportunity for students to get a head start is a great opportunity and so far shows very fruitful rewards, with required tutoring and supplemental instruction to increase their chances of academic success. Students also enhance their experience with a strong living learning community in the residence halls, an experience many low-income students never get to experience due to financial restraints. The Bengal Bridge program is unique to Idaho State University showing the commitment to Eastern Idaho’s low-income students.
  • Vision: Build a premier national model for public and private partnerships that exponentially impact economic development in Idaho.
  • ESTEC delivers Nuclear Safety Systems Motor Operated Valve Design Basis Training for the nuclear industry and nuclear power plants around the world
  • FY 2012 $ % Tuition and fees 72,360,828 30.6%Grants and contracts 31,891,914 13.5%Sales and serveddept 6,270,535 2.7%Auxiliary enterprises 13,573,775 5.7%Other revenue 5,021,161 2.1%State approp and DPW 75,572,704 32.0%Title IV grants 26,076,231 11.0%Gifts 5,464,658 2.3%Investment income 144,574 0.1%Total Revenue 236,376,380 100.0%
  • Low turnover in staff and facultyIn 2011-2012 the median age for full-time faculty are the following: Assistant Professor=42 years oldAssociate Professor=49Professor=56.5In 2012-2013 the median age for full-time faculty are the following: Assistant Professor=41 years oldAssociate Professor=50Professor=57
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  • State Board Of Education Presentation 2013

    1. 1. Presentation to the Idaho State Board of Education August 15, 2013
    2. 2. Leading in Access and Opportunity • Idaho State University ranks as the 15th lowest-cost public university with high starting salaries, according to a national survey of 4,000 colleges and universities
    3. 3. Leading in Access and Opportunity Early College Program • FY13 enrollment up 15% from FY12 • FY13 credit hours up 9% from FY12 • 9 associate degrees awarded to Renaissance High School students May 2013
    4. 4. Access and Opportunity Online Learning 5,291 6,436 7,079 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 28,468 36,461 42,021 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 Number of Students in Online Courses Credit hours generated by online courses
    5. 5. Access and Opportunity: Unduplicated Headcount 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 Nonresident International Resident • Total unduplicated student headcount decreased -0.5% from 19,284 in FY 2012 to 19,180 in FY 2013 • Undergraduate (academic) headcount up 2.1%
    6. 6. Graduate FTE 1,769 1,797 1,901 2,030 2,060 2,109 2,088 1,500 1,600 1,700 1,800 1,900 2,000 2,100 2,200 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
    7. 7. Degrees Awarded 2,000 2,050 2,100 2,150 2,200 2,250 2,300 2,350 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13
    8. 8. Access and Opportunity Reaching Diverse Populations • Bengal Warrior Boot Camp Summer enrichment program for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes • Upward Bound, Upward Bound Math and Science and Educational Talent Search serve more than 1,100 students in more than 15 Idaho high schools
    9. 9. Access and Opportunity: Career Path Internships • Participation up 12 % — 652 students are in the program • Average GPA for participants was 3.3 for undergraduates; 3.4 for professional students and 3.6 for graduate students. • 90 % of students say program enhances chances of finding employment after graduation
    10. 10. 2,693 3,002 3,113 3,315 3,344 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Argos Fall Semester Registration Reports Division of Health Sciences Student Headcount • 24% increase from 2008-2012
    11. 11. List of accredited health professions programs
    12. 12. Learning and Discovery: Office of Research Reorganization • Division for Research Innovation – Private/Public Collaborations • Division for Research Development – Enhance and streamline grants and contracts processes • Division for Research Integrity – Safety, Compliance and Ethical issues
    13. 13. Learning and Discovery: Research • $1 million collaboration agreement with a global Fortune 500 Company • Two new patents filed since January 2013; three more in the pipeline • New private/public partnership with a major firm to place state of the art visualization tools, including high end electron microscopes, in the RISE complex
    14. 14. Nanofabrication • DualBeam Nanomachining Center – high resolution imaging and nano-machining capabilities in one tool – this brings to Idaho cutting edge technology that will serve industry partners. Nanofabrication is expected to grow into a $50 billion industry in the next decade. • Provides infrastructure for cutting-edge technology businesses in Southeast Idaho
    15. 15. From Lab to Workforce: ESTEC • Named a Northwest Center of Excellence for Nuclear Education • Received top designation by the Nuclear Energy Institute for nuclear training in a multi-state area• Awarded the Energy Education Advocate Award
    16. 16. Idaho Museum of Natural History • Featured in the lead article in Museum magazine in April highlighting 3D technologies in museums. • Two IMNH interns and ISU students awarded prestigious summer internships at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
    17. 17. EPSCOR • $20 million NSF grant to study climate change via a statewide partnership • Allowed ISU to garner additional funding of several million dollars, including a new NSF grant for more than $2.5 million to study ecosystem services in Idaho
    18. 18. Video- Economic Development and Research
    19. 19. Operating and Nonoperating Revenue Sources for FY 2012 Tuition and fees 30.6% Grants and contracts 13.5% Sales and services of educational activities 2.7% Auxiliary enterprises 5.7% Other revenue 2.1% State appropriations and DPW 32.0% Title IV grants 11.0% Gifts and capital grants 2.3% Investment income 0.1% Total Operating and Nonoperating Revenue of $236.4M
    20. 20. FY 2013 Staff Distribution Employee Type Count % of Total Student 632 22% Classified 619 22% Professional/12-Month Faculty 575 20% Faculty 517 18% Temporary 306 11% Graduate Assistants 122 4% Adjunct Faculty 54 2% Health Science Residents 45 2% Total 2870 100%
    21. 21. ISU Long-Term Debt and Yearly Payments 70,793,086 66,389,738 61,608,654 23,772,761 48,868,562 30,035,000 4,308,950 4,422,406 4,625,567 4,965,639 4,958,257 - 10,000,000 20,000,000 30,000,000 40,000,000 50,000,000 60,000,000 70,000,000 80,000,000 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 LT Debt Outstanding Bond Refinancing Payments Due Within One Year
    22. 22. Economic and Social Impact: Investing in Idahoans • According to a 2012 ISU Career Center survey, 82 % of recent graduates were employed • 86 % said their major helped them in their current employment
    23. 23. Economic and Social Impact: Athletics • New practice field south of Holt Arena for all sports • ISU Soccer and Softball – Big Sky Conference Championship titles • Big Sky Conference Academic All-Conference title winner — 183 student-athletes achieved Academic All-Conference status — Recognized as one of the top 11 Athletic Departments academically in the nation
    24. 24. • Mentored 30 interns and 22 volunteers. • Taught natural history to more than 10,000 K-8 students Economic and Social Impact: Idaho Museum of Natural History
    25. 25. Economic and Social Impact: Training Health Professionals • Roughly 1 out of every 2 practicing pharmacists in the state of Idaho was trained by the ISU COP program • 71 % of ISU nurse practitioner graduates hold current Idaho licenses • 36% of currently licensed PAs in Idaho were educated at ISU
    26. 26. ISU Clinic Visits • Physical Therapy • Occupational Therapy • Hearing • Psychology • Counseling • Dental Hygiene • Wellness Center • Family Medicine • Dental • Speech • Audiology • Balance 33,765 35,597 41,486 51,817 54,234 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Clinic Patient Visits 309/6/2013 DHS FY14 Budget Presentation
    27. 27. Economic and Social Impact: CommUniversity • Draws more than 3,000 students, faculty, staff and community members • Events held in spring and fall
    28. 28. Economic and Social Impact: Community Support • Support from graduates and friends continues to grow – Gifts in FY 13 surpassed gifts in FY 12 by more than $600,000