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Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update
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Transition Advisory Team March 18 Update

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LSU Transition Advisory Team Update to the LSU Board of Supervisors on March 18, 2013

LSU Transition Advisory Team Update to the LSU Board of Supervisors on March 18, 2013

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  • 1. LSU 2015 | UPDATE TOLSU BOARD OF SUPERVISORSMARCH 18, 2013
  • 2. Board of Supervisors Expectations forthe LSU 2015 Process Develop a vision for a world class university Identify elements critical to remaining competitive in the higher education environment of the future Recommend best-practice organizational models for a multi-campus flagship university 2
  • 3. Why Does LSU Need to Change?Higher education across the country isexperiencing a period of “disruptivetransformation” 3
  • 4. Cost Trend is Not Sustainable Extraordinarily complex organizations Retirement costs are escalating Three decades of 6% to 7% annual price increases have put college beyond the means of most families State funding is waning 4
  • 5. College!Prices!Growing!…! College Prices are % Change in College Sticker Price against other consumer Growing Areasrpk1999/00 – 2010/11 – GROUP 5 3
  • 6. Consumer Demand isGrowing and Changing Income advantage offered by a college degree is double what it was a generation ago Number of non-traditional students is growing Affordable paths needed for jobs of the future*Stuart M. Butler: The Coming Higher-Ed Revolution 6
  • 7. New Technology/Quality/Branding Online learning offers significant potential for higher education to transform its basic business model It is increasing the number of disruptive entrants in the higher education market – DeVry, MIT’s OpenCourseware 7
  • 8. Association of American UniversitiesAn association of 62 leading research universities in the United States and Canada The 62 AAU universities in the United States award more than one-half of all U.S. doctoral degrees and 55% of those are in the sciences and engineering. Federal academic research conducted by AAU universities totaled $18.9 billion in FY 2009, or 58% of all federal research funds provided to colleges and universities. In 2008, 65% of U.S. academic postdoctoral positions were at AAU institutions. Since the founding of the Nobel Prizes in 1901, 35% of all winners and 70% of winners at U.S. universities have been affiliated with an AAU institution. 8
  • 9. Transition Advisory Team Structure Academic Sub-Committee  Dr. William “Bill” Jenkins  Dr. Lester W. Johnson Finance and Revenue Sub-Committee – Task Forces (3)  Mr. Clarence P. Cazalot, Jr.  Mr. G. Lee Griffin Operations and Technology Sub-Committee – Task Forces (3)  Mr. William M. Comegys III  Mr. William L. “Bill” Silvia Research and Discovery Sub-Committee  Dr. James W. “Jim” Firnberg Student Experience Sub-Committee  Lt. Gen. Russel L. Honoré  Ms. Carroll W. Suggs Legal and Regulatory Advisory Group  Dr. James W. “Jim” Firnberg  Mr. W. Shelby McKenzie 9
  • 10. Task ForcesFinance and Revenue and Operations and Technology Sub-Committees Commercialization and Technology Transfer Streamlining Procedures, Rules, and Regulations Technology Administrative Services Revenue Generation External Affairs 10
  • 11. Proposed Vision for LSU 2015LSU will be a statewide, integrated universitycommitted to service, rich culture, and boldenterprise, recognized by peerinstitutions, faculty, students and employers for itshigh level of academic achievement and researchexcellence. 11
  • 12. Proposed Tenets for LSU 2015 Build a faculty and learning environment that inspires academic excellence Provide a student living, learning experience that supports a lifetime of success and understanding Produce collaborative and cross-unit discoveries that solve Louisiana’s and the world’s most pressing challenges Fuel Louisiana’s economic development Build a cohesive, accountable, and sustainable operating model for the 21st century 12
  • 13. 21 Meetings to Date53.5 HOURS OFCOLLABORATIONAMONGSTAKEHOLDERSACROSS THE LSUSYSTEM 13
  • 14. Transition Advisory TeamKEY  Refocus energy and resources onPRIORITIES academics and research  Develop and leverage alternative revenue sources  Serve the economic and workforce development needs of the state and students  Improve quality and the LSU brand through innovative delivery models and collaborative research 14
  • 15. 41 Speakers to Date  Dr. James Duderstadt, President Emeritus, University ofEXTERNAL MichiganSPEAKERS OF  Dr. Stan Ikenberry, Regent Professor; PresidentNOTE Emeritus, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign  Dr. Gordon Gee, President, The Ohio State University  Jeff Selingo, Author and former editor, The Chronicle of Higher Education  Margaret Wagner Dahl, Associate Provost, Economic Development; Director, Georgia BioBusiness Center  Joe Lovett, Managing General Partner, Louisiana Fund 1  Ross Barrett, Managing Partner, BVM Capital  Michael Madnick, Deputy Director, External Relations, Global Health Policy/Advocacy, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation  Aaron Miscenich, President, The New Orleans BioInnovation Center  Mike Marsiglia, Owner, Marsiglia Construction  Shandy Husmann, John Curry, Malcom White, Huron Education Consultants  Anthony Gillespie, Manager, Battelle 15
  • 16. 700+ People Watched MeetingsOnline Via Live Stream at lsu.edu/tat 16
  • 17. Survey Respondents to DateFaculty, staff, and students across 10 LSUinstitutions 2,200 and counting 17

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