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Idaho State University's presentation to the State Board of Education. Presented on August 16, 2012.

Idaho State University's presentation to the State Board of Education. Presented on August 16, 2012.

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  • • More than 600 students currently pursuing degrees
  • Structural repairs allowed for continued occupancy of Colonial Hall - life span of building has been long exceeded. Deferred maintenance for this building exceeds $5,000,000 – far beyond the demolition and replacement cost of this building. Due to historic and intrinsic values, this building has been salvaged for a short term.- building built in 1927.

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  • Presentation to the Idaho State Board of Education August 16, 2012
  • Student Enrollment• Total unduplicated student headcount up 3.4 % (19,284) – Undergraduate headcount up 4.5 % (14,205) – Annual Enrollment FTE up 2.1 % (11,251) * FY 2012 numbers
  • Educating Idaho and the world Idaho State University Total Students by Residency – FY2012 International 3% Nonresident 8% Resident 89% • Total non-resident students increased 4 % • Total International students increased 29 %
  • Educating Idaho and the World Online Learning Number of Students in Credit hours generated by Online Courses online courses7,000 6,436 40,000 36,4616,000 5,2915,000 30,000 28,4684,0003,000 20,0002,0001,000 10,000 0 0 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2011 FY 2012
  • Working to Educate Idahoans High School Engagement — Early College 1,800 1,699 1,600 1,434 1,400 1,200 Students FY 2011 FY 201215,000 10,54310,000 8,644 5,000 0 Credit Hours FY 2011 FY 2012
  • Bridge Programs• Pilot program Summer 2012- 8 week, intensive program with reduced tuition and enhanced faculty advising, coaching and mentoring• College of Technology Start Program• TRiO Upward Bound Program• College of Arts and Letters: Associate Degree in General Studies
  • Degrees Awarded Degrees/Certificates Awarded FY 2012 Technical Certificate • Total degrees and 8% certificates awarded Associate 15% are up 6%Master • 33% of awarded 21% degrees are in the Health Professions;Doctorate 7% 18% are in the STEM Bachelor 49% disciplines
  • Sponsored ProgramsFY 2011 • Grant proposals submitted: $108.3 millionFY 2012• Grant proposals submitted: $164.3 million
  • Research Highlights — Energy • $2 million in grants awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy to Dr. Eric Burgett to develop advanced radiation detectors and measure fuel inside nuclear reactors
  • Research Highlights- Environment • Dr. Nancy Glenn, ISU’s Boise Center Aerospace Laboratory, in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey, was awarded $546,723 to assess fuel volumes in fire-threatened areas and landscape management after fires.
  • Industry Partnerships and Technology Transfer • Accelerator center is teaming with International Isotopes, Inc., a manufacturer of nuclear medicine products, to produce rare cancer-fighting isotopes.
  • Excellence in Biomedical Science and Engineering• New instrumentation – DNA Sequencer, Confocal Microscope• Research themes: autism, autoimmune diseases, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, prosthetics• Public-private partnerships and collaborative work with regional government labs
  • Excellence in Energy and Environmental Research• Research themes: water resources, rangeland ecology, fire restoration, nuclear energy, alternative energy• External grant funding exceeds $9 million• Statewide collaboration: CAES (with INL, UI, BSU)
  • Excellence in Health Care• $500,000 grant from the Alsam Foundation will support a laboratoryand enhance College of Pharmacy research in Meridian.
  • Excellence in Health Care• Pharmacy’s "Operation Diabetes" placed first nationally for reaching underserved areas of Idaho with diabetes screening and education.• ISU-Meridian received the 2011 Community Health Award from the Idaho Medical Group Management Association.
  • Excellence in Energy Systems Technology• ESTEC received a $ 100,000 grant to research Smart Grid SCADA systems from the U.S. DOE-funded Pacific Northwest Center of Excellence for Clean Energy.• ESTEC received a $ 287,000 grant from the Department of Energy to establish a Nuclear Operations program at ISU. This program began in fall 2011.
  • Collaborations• Smithsonian Institute and Idaho Museum of Natural History• Health West • ISU Family Medicine Clinic now a federally funded Community Health Center with this partnership • Boise State University• BYU-Idaho and the College of – Nursing Program MOU Business and College of Arts and • Idaho State Department of Labor Letters and ISU Workforce Training • MOU to create 4 + 1 • College of Idaho cooperative programs – Physicians Assistant Program MOU
  • Idaho Museum of Natural History• ~$1.5 million in new research awards.• ~$200,000 in new donations.• New field research projects in paleontology, archaeology and botany.• Nearly 10,000 K-12 students in education programs/tours
  • ISU Tuition Increase History Tuition Increases14.00% 12.00%12.00% 9.95%10.00% 9.02% 8.61% 8.11% 8.00% 7.02% 7.31% 6.52% 6.00% 6.00% 5.01% 4.75% 4.73% 4.00% y = -0.003x + 7.376 R² = 0.344 2.00% 0.00% 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 Tuition Increases Linear (Tuition Increases)
  • FY 2012 Revenue Sources Gifts Investment Income Title IV Grants 3,722,886 139,359 25,874,863 Tuition and Fees 71,759,121 State Appropriations 70,593,744 Grants and Contracts 55,600,456 Other Revenue 5,582,610 Sales and Services Sales and Services of Auxiliary of Educational Enterprises Activities 13,273,549 5,071,849Note: Preliminary figures
  • ISU Long-Term Debt and Yearly Payments 90,000,000 80,000,000 3,047,168 3,802,521 4,308,950 70,000,000 4,422,406 60,000,000 5,892,406 50,000,000 26,225,000 40,000,000 77,845,808 75,081,288 70,793,086 66,389,738 30,000,000 20,000,000 30,915,000 10,000,000 - FY-09 FY-10 FY-11 FY-12 FY-13 * LT Debt Outstanding Bond Refinancing Payment During FYMoody’s Investor Service and Standard & Poor’s Rating Services recentlyreaffirmed ISU’s outstanding debt with ratings of A1 and A, respectively.
  • Staff Distribution 2012 2013 * Budgeted Difference Salary and Salary and Salary andAll Funds Total FTE Benefits FTE Benefits FTE BenefitsInstruction/AcademicSupport 963.28 $82,497,046 983.82 $89,414,690 20.54 $6,917,644Research/Contracts 150.49 15,755,285 171.08 19,496,683 20.59 3,741,397Public Service 56.77 3,179,600 51.83 3,124,726 (4.94) (54,874)Student Services 112.06 7,940,655 112.90 8,434,376 0.84 493,721Physical Plant 136.25 6,079,003 149.25 7,008,384 13.00 929,381Institutional Support 167.47 12,428,886 176.96 13,913,394 9.49 1,484,508Athletics 48.56 3,324,119 48.50 3,436,972 (0.06) 112,852Other AuxiliaryEnterprises 128.29 7,998,771 130.42 8,391,105 2.13 392,334Total 1,763.17 $139,203,366 1,824.76 $153,220,330 61.59 $14,016,964
  • Research and Innovation in Science and Engineering (RISE) •High-energy research •Nano-technology •Crystal material growth •Accelerator science
  • Meridian Health Sciences CenterProposed Anatomy and Physiology Cadaver Laboratory
  • Facilities UpgradesPond Student Union
  • Facility Upgrades — Colonial Hall
  • ISU Deferred Maintenance 450 400 350 300Millions of Dollars 250 200 150 100 50 0 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2012 + escalation 324.7 340.3 375.2 393.9 413.6
  • Campus BeautificationWheatley Foundation Campus Beautification Donation
  • Outreach- Uganda• ISU faculty and staff provided health care and mosquito netting to 500 students at a remote village orphanage in Uganda in July.
  • Outreach- Olympics
  • Outreach- Charlotte Fire• More than 40 student, faculty and staff volunteers assisted the American Red Cross with aid at Holt Arena• Counseling and other assistance for employees, students and community members who were affected.
  • Career Path Internship Program• Career Path Internships: $1.4M • Undergraduate and graduate students • Paid real-world experience in their fields