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  • May 21, 2013 Transition Advisory Team Meeting

    1. 1. LSU TRANSITION ADVISORYTEAM MEETINGBusiness Education Complex | Room 1409May 21, 2013 | 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    2. 2. Dr. William Jenkins, Interim President, LSU SystemWELCOME AND OPENINGCOMMENTS
    4. 4. Meeting Information All articles and presentations will be posted This meeting is streaming live
    5. 5. Agenda5 Welcome – Dr. Bill Jenkins Agenda Review – Dr. Christel Slaughter Report of the Legal and RegulatoryAdvisory Sub-Committee – Dr. Jim Firnberg Sub-Committee Updates and Key Priorities Shared Services – Donna Torres, Associate Vice Chancellor forAccounting and Financial Services LSU 2015 Mission and Tenets Technology Task Force – Brian T. Nichols, CIO, LSU A&M
    6. 6. Transition Advisory Team Objectives6 Develop a vision for a world class university; Identify elements critical to remaining competitivein the higher education environment of the future;and Recommend best-practice organizational modelsfor a multi-campus flagship university.
    7. 7. LSU’s Transformation Imperatives7 Refocus energy and resources on academics Develop and leverage alternative revenue sources Serve the economic and workforce developmentneeds of the state and students Improve quality through innovative deliverymodels and collaborative research
    8. 8. LSU2015A roadmap for world class performance.TransitionAdvisoryTeamKickoffMeetingJANTransitionAdvisory Team PresentsFinal Report ofRecommendationsto Board of SupervisorsNew SystemPresident HiredLSU SystemBegins DetailedPlanning andImplementationCompleteRe-OrganizationImplementation3rd Transition AdvisoryTeam MeetingSub-CommitteesDevelop StrategicPriorities forRe-OrganizationVision andOrganizational ModelsInform Search forPermanent SystemPresidentFEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG201520132nd TransitionAdvisory TeamMeeting4th TransitionAdvisory TeamMeeting5th TransitionAdvisory TeamMeeting6th TransitionAdvisory TeamMeeting8
    9. 9. Organizational ChartLSU Board of SupervisorsTransition Advisory TeamAcademicSub-CommitteeStudent ExperienceSub-CommitteeFinance and RevenueSub-CommitteeResearch and DiscoverySub-CommitteeOperations andTechnologySub-CommitteeLegal and RegulatoryAdvisory Group8
    10. 10. Dr. Jim Firnberg, Co-Chair Legal and Regulatory Sub-CommitteeREPORT FROM THE LEGAL ANDREGULATORY SUB-COMMITTEE
    11. 11. Dr. William Jenkins, Co-ChairDr. Lester Wayne Johnson, Co-ChairACADEMIC SUB-COMMITTEECHARGE AND KEY PRIORITIES
    12. 12. Academic Sub-Committee Intra- and Inter-campus innovation andcollaboration Academic standards and the strategic deploymentof academic programs Campus independence and differentiation A single curriculum and course numbering system Leveraging technology for learning12
    13. 13. Academic Sub-Committee13Task force formed by Academic Officers composed of faculty to makerecommendations across campuses for undergraduate curriculastandards A common core curriculum for the first 30 hours in allcurricula for students on all LSU campuses (excluding theHSCs) Common learning outcomes for these courses More faculty collaboration among faculty teaching thesecourses Having faculty throughout LSU2015 develop on-line coursematerial for some of these courses that can be taken bystudents at any location (campus by another term) Minimum faculty requirements for teaching these courses
    14. 14. Academic Sub-Committee (contd.)14 Common course numbering throughout LSU by 2015(or before) Single admissions approach (despite differentadmission standards) Tenure policies that reflect the different campusmissions but would allow for collaboration andmovement within that discipline/department acrosscampuses Innovative tenure policies Graduation rates improvement Experiential credit
    15. 15. Dr. Jim Firnberg, Chair Research and Discovery Sub-CommitteeRESEARCH AND DISCOVERYCHARGE AND KEY PRIORITIES
    16. 16. Research and Discovery Sub-Committee Current strengths Strategic priorities and goals Joint research proposals and projects Collaboration incentives Productivity and accountability Technology transfer16
    17. 17. Research and Discovery Sub-Committee17 Trends in federally funded research generated by campus Recruitment and retention of highly qualified faculty Increase research volume and quality Increase research funding from USDA, state, business, andindustrial sources Increase Ph.D. degrees across broad disciplinary categories Increase postdoctoral appointments Improving graduation rates Increase graduate student enrollment Develop additional collaborative research projects between LSUA&M, Pennington, and the LSUHSC campuses Developed priority research areas across campuses Increase undergraduate research
    18. 18. Carroll Suggs and Lt. General Russel Honoré, Co-ChairsSTUDENT EXPERIENCE SUB-COMMITTEECHARGE AND KEY PRIORITIES
    19. 19. Student Experience Sub-Committee Access and opportunity Student aid Student recruitment and enrollment Support for student success Graduation rates Workforce and career opportunities Service learning19
    20. 20. Student Experience Sub-Committee20 Student recruitment in-state and out-of-state LSU has 12.5 recruiters mostly in Louisiana; Alabamahas 40+ in 24 states (some universities use alum) Our recruiters handle approximately 2000 applicationsand Alabama handles about 500 each Student retention and graduation rates On campus housing and freshman retention, buildinga community Workforce and career opportunities
    21. 21. In-State Total Estimated Expenses (2012-13)Includes Tuition, Fees, Books, Housing, and Other Necessities21$0$5,000$10,000$15,000$20,000$25,000$30,000On Campus Off Campus Off Campus with FamilyInformation from Institution of Education Sciences:* Does not include Vanderbilt.
    22. 22. Sample CommentsStudent recruitment and current enrollment22 “The students are who bring in the tuition dollars and thus their experience mustbe the best possible. Enhancing the student experience will help in futurerecruitment and possibly even in recruiting better professors to teach thestudents.” “If were not meeting student needs and expectations with regard to the "real"world, then we wont have much of an enrollment. Hence academics becomemoot.” “From a recruiting and retention standpoint, the Student Experience is critical. Itneeds to be addressed in terms not only for traditional students, but also not-traditional, international, and online students as well.” “Students should have the experience here that makes them want to give back toLSU. Not just financially, but also through volunteering, helping to recruit, andbeing proud to say they went to such a great school.”
    23. 23. Student Experience23 How do we guarantee a unique and exceptionalstudent experience as part of LSU 2015?Campus TraditionalUndergraduateNon-traditional/Older,Working, InternationalCommuterLSU A&MLSU SLSU ALSU E
    24. 24. Lee Griffin and Clarence Cazalot, Finance and Revenue ChairsBill Silvia and Bill Comegys, Operations and Technology ChairsCOMMENTS ON TASK FORCES:PROGRESS AND NEXT STEPS
    25. 25. Finance and Revenue Sub-Committee Funding strategies and goals Cost efficiency of administrative structures andfunction Human resources Finance and budgeting Public relations and communications Fundraising Government relations Facilities oversight Information management25
    26. 26. Operations and TechnologySub-Committee Leveraging technology to improve quality andefficiency Research Management and administration Communications Streamlining system and campus policies andprocedures Current strengths Strategic priorities and goals26
    27. 27. Task ForcesFinance and Revenue and Operations and Technology Sub-Committees27 Commercialization and Technology Transfer Streamlining Procedures, Rules, and Regulations Technology Administrative Services Revenue Generation External Affairs
    28. 28. Commercialization and Technology TransferOperations and Technology Sub-Committee Task ForceThe Commercialization and Technology Transfer Task Force willfocus on removing barriers, stimulating discovery, andincreasing deal flow. By-laws of the Board ofSupervisors, external reports, pre-angel capital, and research ofcommunication best practices will be reviewed.28
    29. 29. Commercialization and TechnologyTransfer Task Force29 Benchmarking and organization of tech transfer Solicited input from Private investor organizations Louisiana Economic Development LSUHSC Other universities Revenue for tech transfer supports, but does notfund research
    30. 30. Streamlining Procedures, Rules, and RegulationsOperations and Technology Sub-Committee Task Force30The Streamlining Procedures, Rules, and Regulations TaskForce will investigate paper flow, process, authority, andaccountability including the by-laws of the Board ofSupervisors, presidential memorandums (PMs), and campuspolicy statements.
    31. 31. Streamlining Procedures, Rules, andRegulations Task Force31 Human resources polices Obstacles in salary approvals and effect onrecruitment of talent Delegation of authority Bottlenecks Legislative hindrances Comprehensive review of presidentialmemorandums
    32. 32. Revenue GenerationFinance and Revenue Sub-Committee Task Force32The Revenue Generation Task Force will focus on identifyingnew revenue streams. Areas of revenue generation will includeself-generated streams, governmental (primarilyfederal), sponsored research, and monetized assets.
    33. 33. Revenue Generation Task Force33 Online learning Opportunities for monetization for each campus Generating revenue Helping university refocus on core competencies Mechanisms for privatization Current assets
    34. 34. External AffairsOperations and Technology Sub-Committee Task Force34The External Affairs Task Force will review policycommunication, coordination, and branding focusing ongovernmental relations, message development andmarketing, and production/back-office functions.
    35. 35. External Affairs Task Force35 Branding across campuses Marketing efforts across campuses Hub and spoke model Website integration