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Graduate Education at IUPUI

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  • Artist: Kelly Queener
    Title: Through My Fingers
    Source: MFA Show 2008, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

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  • 1. Accomplishments, Challenges, and Aspirations
  • 2. Did You Know?  Graduate students are the second largest student constituency at IUPUI?  Graduate Student Enrollment 5546  Professional Student Enrollment 2718  Undergraduate Enrollment 22,119  Data are based on fall 2009 (IU Fact Book 2009-2010)
  • 3. Masters Degree Awards Are Rising 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Numberofdegrees Includes MA, MS, MLS, MSW, MBA, MSN, and MSD degrees
  • 4. PhD Degree Awards Are Rising 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 PhD degrees conferred Includes both IU and PU PhD degrees Includes only PhD degrees approved at IUPUI Numberofdegrees
  • 5. New Graduate Degrees at IUPUI Year Masters degrees PhD degrees Professional degrees 2000 Nutrition & Dietetics Sociology Physical Education 2001 Geographic Info Science LLM in American Law Teaching Spanish Doctorate in Physical Therapy 2002 Applied Communication Clinical Research 2003 Philosophy Philanthropic Studies 2004 Occupational Therapy Informatics SJD in Juridical Science Museum Studies 2005 Music Therapy Political Science 2007 MFA in Visual Arts/Public Life 2008 Forensic Science Health & Rehabilitation Science Public Relations Biostatistics Taxation 2009 Applied Anthropology Economics Epidemiology 2010 Criminal Justice/Public Safety Sports Journalism
  • 6. New PhD Programs Are Growing 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 2007 2008 2009 EnrolledStudents PhD Philanthropic Studies PhD in Informatics PhD in Health & Rehab Sci PhD in Biostatistics
  • 7. Total Fellowship Budget by Year Year Total $ 00/01 $1,252,275 01/02 $1,252,275 02/03 $1,364,980 03/04 $1,419,579 04/05 $1,483,562 05/06 $1,566,740 06/07 $1,831,344 07/08 $1,922,911 08/09 $2,019,057 09/10 $2,147,796 The total fellowship budget has increased by 71.5% since 2000 During the same period, enrollment of degree-seeking graduate students has nearly doubled
  • 8. Distribution of Funds by Year Year University Fellowship Block Grant RIF Total spent 00/01 $347,176 $429,431 $654,489 $1,431,096 01/02 $446,580 $537,096 $654,489 $1,638,165 02/03 $434,005 $536,900 $680,775 $1,651,680 03/04 $530,601 $509,935 $737,628 $1,778,164 04/05 $354,636 $568,381 $698,120 $1,621,137 05/06 $642,902 $704,500 $773,826 $2,121,228 06/07 $557,678 $777,300 $773,826 $2,108,804 07/08 $669,410 $986,814 $298,860 $1,955,084 08/09 $678,000 $1,038,728 $300,000 $2,016,728 Note that total spent exceeds the yearly allocation (prior slide), reflecting spend down of reserve
  • 9. New Investments in Graduate Student Support Year Teaching assistants New programs Terminal semester Total new $ 2009 $80,000 0 0 $80,000 2010 $180,000 $100,000 $20,000 $300,000
  • 10. Challenges  Visibility of graduate programs, graduate students, and the Graduate Office at IUPUI  Space needs of graduate students  Recruiting and retention for majority and minority students across all graduate programs at IUPUI  Isolation of graduate students at IUPUI
  • 11. Aspirations  Place graduate programs prominently in university publications and websites  Increase aid to qualified students  More aid after first year  More aid for minority and first generation students  Include graduate program needs in space planning  Graduate student offices and meeting places  The Graduate Office in a central campus location  To grow programs supporting retention of graduate students  Career advising early in academic program  Preparing Future Faculty  Communication with current graduate students and alumni  Facebook, Twitter, or the latest new media  UpNGo
  • 12. Task Force to Enhance Graduate Student Experience at IUPUI  John Omachonu, Chancellor’s Office  Phillip Goff, Liberal Arts  James Johnson, Planning & Institutional Improvement  Dan Maxwell, Student Life  James Murphy, Science  Sherry Queener, Graduate Office  Josh Reid, Graduate Student  Simon Rhodes, Medicine
  • 13. Graduate Student Retention* Student status Degree earned Still enrolled Remains in same program and plan 28.3% 57.3% Remains in same program, different plan 0.5% 0.7% Remains in same school, different program 0 0.5% GND, new school, or other IU campus 0.4% 0.4% *Data from 2006-2007 academic year. Overall attrition rate for one year is 11.4%
  • 14. University Fellowships by Degree Year Masters PhD All awards 00/01 16 14 30 01/02 25 11 36 02/03 20 13 33 03/04 22 15 37 04/05 14 17 31 05/06 25 17 42 06/07 19 16 35 07/08 20 18 38 08/09 18 21 39 09/10 17 13 30 196 155 351 For 2010, 18 offers have been made to masters students and 27 offers have been made to PhD students