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Supporting Students• Streamlined registration and fee payment• Remodeled and residence halls• “Living Learning” residence hall communities
Students Come First Career Path Internship Program• $1.4 million program, $500,000 for graduate students• Offers paid internships with real-world work experience for students
Veterans’ Sanctuary• 48 percent increase in veteran students since 2009• Veteran-to-veteran tutoring and support• Centralized services for tutoring and job assistance• Rural and Native American outreach
Supporting Students Athletics• New NCAA Division I Womens Softball Field• New football turf• Remodeled locker rooms for volleyball, softball and womens’ basketball• New basketball court• NCAA accreditation
Supporting Students Student-Athletes • Added 2 academic advisors in the last 2 years • Freshman and sophomore study hall • Upperclassman student-at-risk study hall • mentoring program for student- athletes
Supporting Students Athletic Donors • ISU Credit Union • Idaho Central Credit Union • Sylvia Papenberg • DeWalt Construction
Bengal Pride Living the Bengal Experience• One of the fastest growing University licensing programs in the country.• Royalty income provides scholarship support• Retailers include: – University Bookstore, The Popcorn Shop, New Day Resources Orange and Black Shop, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Fanzz Sports Apparel, Idaho Unlimited, Costco, Wal-Mart, T-Shirts Plus, Bed, Bath and Beyond
Pond Student Union• Remodeled Food Court opening Feb. 1• New ISU Credit Union kiosk with Bengal Card services• Updated conference rooms, new carpeting, furniture, lighting, art
Student Enrollment Highlights • Annual unduplicated headcount: 18,640 • Annual credit hours generated: 318,263 • Total degrees awarded: 2,155 • 32% in health professions • 19% in STEM disciplines • Full-time freshman retention up 6 %
International StudentsISU is home to 490 international students from 57countries ranging from Albania to Zimbabwe
Carnegie Classification • Among fewer than 5% of institutions nationwide in the Research High or Research Very High classification • Boosts research opportunities• Enhances graduates’ attractiveness to employers and graduate/professional schools• Aids in recruiting high-quality faculty, staff and students
Arts Leader• Launched the new School of Performing Arts in 2010
Education Leader• College of Education is a national leader in the implementation of Total Instructional Alignment and the Common Core Standards for K-12• 600 teachers participated in 2011 summer TIA Working Conferences to align K-12 curriculum and instruction with Idaho Achievement Standards
Expanding Research Ballard Building 200,000 square-foot ready-for-research facility Supports graduate and undergraduate student learning Investment to create a national research hub Purchased with non state-appropriated funds Business plan provides for self-sustainability
Scan-Tech• Partnership to test security technology• Offers opportunities in nuclear, food safety and medical research• First of many partnerships at the Ballard Building
Expanding Research Idaho Accelerator Center Addition $793,000 grant- funded project Nearly 5,000 square feet of new space for engineering and chemistry labs and research offices Increasing research dollars in biomedicine
Source of Research Dollars FY 2011 Federal State Industry Other 5% 5% 3% 87%
Expanding Research Grants • $960,000 grant awarded Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency Program • Shannon Lynch $499,000 multi-site grant to titled "Womens Pathways to Jail: Roles and Intersection of Serious Mental Illness and Trauma
Faculty Fulbright Scholars Cynthia Pemberton, associate dean of the Graduate School and professor of educational leadership, is teaching at the University of Malta, in Misida, Republic of Malta. Chikashi Sato, professor of environmental engineering, is teaching and conducting research at Tribhuvan University in Nepal.
Fulbright ScholarsMaster of Arts student Garth Lambson studiedthe Irish language and folklore at the NationalUniversity of Ireland in Galway.Mike Adams, a Master of Fine Arts student, isstudying sculpture in Oslo, Norway.
Improving Health Care • 12 University clinics — 40,000 patient visits FY2011 • Community involvement • Global outreach • Translational research
Improving Health Care Dental Residency Program • The Dental Clinic has served more than 10,000 patients, mostly low-income, since 2005 The $1.5M renovation adds 5,200 square-feet of clinic space to the Meridian Health Sciences Center Delta Dental of Idaho Dental Residency Clinic opened this fall
Telling Our Story Idaho State of Mind• Weekly, 30-minute television program aired statewide through Idaho Public Television• Promotes faculty research and innovative opportunities at ISU, along with issues affecting people and communities • Provides students with hands-on, real-world experience
Telling Our Story First Monday Forum• Monthly, 30-minute public affairs radio program on KISU-FM.• Features our faculty and staff sharing expertise on a wide range of subjects• Provides insight on a variety of topics from teenage concussions to the long-term impact of sleep disorders on children.
Sustainability at ISU Orange, the New Green• Custodial Services has recycled 82.7 tons of paper, cardboard and plastics in 2011• Maintenance & Operations has recycled more than 20 tons of scrap metal in 2011• The Grounds Department has recycled over 10,800 cubic feet of plant material in 2011
Sustainability at ISU Orange, the New Green!• Energy-saving projects in 2011 will save 202,079 KWH yearly• Commuter Bus engine upgrades save 150 gallons of fuel per month• Bio-diesel fuel made from used cooking oil obtained through Chartwells is used to fuel mowers and equipment
Beautification Projects at ISU• Donor commitment of $100,000 per year for the next 5 years for campus beautification projects• New signs at campus entries• Interior improvements through scheduled Zone maintenance• Restroom upgrades
Reducing Debt FY 2011 FY2010• Outstanding long-term debt $71.7 M $75.4M• Reduction in debt $4.3M $3.8M• Debt burden ratio (University only) 3.7 % 3.6 %• Debt coverage ratio (University only) 4.48 3.47