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  • First-Generation Students: 1,40623%Students of Color: 580 students 9.5% of class, 77 fewer than last year
  • Top Feeder States: 58%WI (3,543 students) MN (769) IL (705) CA (142) NY (138) NJ (60) International: 392 students 6.4% of class35% increase over last year230 of the 392 are from China
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong Ranking criteria:10% Quality of education as measured by the number of alumni who earned a Nobel Prize of Field Medal since 190120% Quality of education as measured by the number of researchers who earned a Nobel Prize in physics, chemistry, medicine or economics and/or Fields Medal in methematics since 191120% Quaity of staff as measured by the number of highly cited researchers in the fields of life science, medicine, physics, engineering and social sciences (“highly cited” is from a Web site: www.ishighlycited.com)20% Quality of staff as measured by the number of articles published in Nature and Science between 2003 and 200720% Research output as measured by the number of articles listed in Thompson Scientific’s Citation IndexExpanded (2006 plus 2007) and its Social Science Index in 2007 (2007 x 2)10% Size of institution as measured by the weighted score of the above five indicators divided by the number of FTE academic staff (no definition or source found)Details from e-mail from J. Milner to the chancellor on 10/02/2008
  • Updated using new NorthStar study 10/12/2010http://milwaukee.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/stories/2010/10/11/daily5.html
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    1. 1. Campus Update Fall 2010
    2. 2. UW-Madison Undergraduate Student Overview
    3. 3. Incoming freshman class of 2010 • Applications: 25,511 – up 700 over last year • Admitted Students: 14,386 – 56% admit rate • Enrolling Students: 6,000 anticipated* – 42% yield *Official numbers available 11/15/2010 Source: Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    4. 4. 2010 Incoming Freshman Top Feeder States WI: 3,543 students IL: 705 students MN: 769 students CA: 142 students NY: 138 students NJ: 60 students China: 230 students
    5. 5. 2010 Incoming Freshman • Academic Profile of the Middle 50% of Admitted Students – GPA 3.5-3.9 – ACT 27-29 – SAT 1860-2090 – Class Rank 85-96% Source: Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    6. 6. 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 Enrolled Admits Applicants Undergraduate Applicants to UW-Madison
    7. 7. Cost of Attendance Undergrad Resident • Tuition $8,314 • Expenses $11,970 • Total: $20,284 Undergrad Non-Resident • Tuition $23,064 • Expenses $11,970 • Total: $35,034 48% of undergraduates graduate with debt •Average debt is $22,858 Source: 2009-2010 Data Digest pg. 76
    8. 8. UW-Madison Facilities Overview
    9. 9. New Buildings on Campus 1 Biochemistry Phase II 2 Chazen Museum of Art 3 Education Building 4 Lakeshore Residence Hall 5 School of Human Ecology 6 Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery 7 Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research 8 South Campus Union 9 Wisconsin Energy Institute 10 UWSMPH Faculty Office Building 11 Charter St. Heating Plant Upgrades 12 Physical Plant Service Building Replacement
    10. 10. Education Building August 2010 • $33. 4 million • Funding Sources – Gift: 98% – Prog Rev: 2% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922 Buildings and Facilities
    11. 11. Wisconsin Institute for Discovery December 2010 • $200 million • Funding Sources – Gift 75% – State 25% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922 Buildings and Facilities
    12. 12. Union South May 2011 • $94.8 million • Funding Sources – Student Seg Fees: 88% – Prog Rev: 8% – Gift: 4% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922 Buildings and Facilities
    13. 13. Chazen Museum of Art Addition October 2011 • $47.2 million • Funding Sources – Gift: 100% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922 Buildings and Facilities
    14. 14. Buildings and Facilities Biochemistry Phase II October 2011 • $112 million • Funding Sources – State: 48% – Gifts/Grants: 52% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922
    15. 15. School of Human Ecology May 2012 • $53 million • Funding Sources – State: 43% – Gifts: 51% – Prog Rev: 6% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922 Buildings and Facilities
    16. 16. Wisconsin Energy Institute July 2012 • $100 million • Funding Sources – State: 50% – Gifts: 50% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922 Buildings and Facilities
    17. 17. Charter Street Heating Plant Upgrades Dec 2013 • $251 million • Funding Sources – Prog rev 100% Source: https://fpm-www3.fpm.wisc.edu/cpd/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=qSl6p69wczs%3d&tabid=168&mid=922 Buildings and Facilities
    18. 18. UW-Madison Rankings and Awards
    19. 19. A World Leader Source: Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    20. 20. • #14 Best Value Among Public Universities by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine • #13 among public institutions in U.S. News & World Report’s 2011 Edition of America's Best Colleges • #23 in Washington Monthly’s 2010 College Rankings • Named to Parade Magazine’s “College A-List” • 2nd in number of doctorate degrees awarded • 3rd largest research university according to the National Science Foundation • 7th in number of National Academy members • 9th in students receiving Fulbright Awards • 6th nationally for overall study-abroad participation • 5th in Teach For America corps members UW-Madison by the Numbers Source: http://www.news.wisc.edu/rankings
    21. 21. Alumni Bragging Rights • 18 Nobel Prizes and 29 Pulitzer Prizes have been awarded to UW alumni or faculty. • More than 1,050 UW alumni are CEOs, and nearly 16,000 hold an executive management position. • With 2,848 grads having served since 1961, UW-Madison is the No. 2 all-time producer of Peace Corps volunteers. Source: Wisconsin Alumni Association
    22. 22. UW-Madison Alumni
    23. 23. Living Alumni 207,414, 54% 179,166, 46% Gender Male Female 386,630 Living Alumni Source: Wisconsin Alumni Association
    24. 24. Life stage breakout Life stage breakout 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 Unknown Gen Y (31 and younger) Mature (64 and older) Gen X (32-44) Boomer (45-63) Source: Wisconsin Alumni Association
    25. 25. Top 10 States – Alumni Population WI: 150,027 IL: 31,418 MN: 22,583 CA: 25,937 NY: 13,286 FL: 8,493 International: 23,956 TX: 7,861 WA: 6,680 CO: 7,681 Source: Wisconsin Alumni Association
    26. 26. First Degrees 0 100,000 200,000 300,000 Professional PhD Masters Bachelor's 73% 19% 4% 3% % of Alumni Source: Wisconsin Alumni Association
    27. 27. School/College of First Degree Human Ecology, 12,836, 3% Ag & Life Sciences, 29,849, 8% All Other, 36,714, 10% Business, 35,836, 9% Engineering, 42,031, 11% Education, 42,402, 11% L&S, 186,770, 48% Source: Wisconsin Alumni Association
    28. 28. UW-Madison’s Contribution to Wisconsin’s Economy
    29. 29. UW–Madison total economic impact Source: 2010 NorthStar Economic Impact Study of UW–Madison and University of Wisconsin Foundation  UW–Madison contributes $9.6 billion back to Wisconsin’s economy annually  UW–Madison creates nearly 97,357 jobs directly and indirectly  Every $1 of state tax investment in the university generates $21.05 of economic activity in Wisconsin  In 2009, private philanthropy contributed $228 million to the UW-Madison budget, including $93 million from out-of-state donors
    30. 30. State taxes - general program 11% State taxes - specific purpose 8% Student tuition revenue 15% Federal programs 28% Gifts, grants, segregated funds 20% State laboratory fees 1% Auxiliary enterprises 13% Operations receipts 4% 2009-10 UW-Madison budget by source of funds
    31. 31. Technology transfer 272 licenses and options yielded income in 2008 UW–Madison ranks fifth in licensing revenues among the 151 universities included in the Association for University Technology Managers’ most recent survey results (released in March 2010). In May 2010, Forbes ranked Madison as the seventh most innovative large city in the U.S. based in part on its number of patents issued per capita. 0 50 100 150 200 250 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Numberrs 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 $(Millions) New US Patent Applications Filed US Patents Issued Licensing Income Source: INVESTING IN WISCONSIN’S FUTURE: UW-Madison A Growth Agenda Accountability Report, 2009-2010 pg. 8
    32. 32. University Research Park: Jobs created by UW technology  126 companies in 37 buildings  Employs 3,200 people  Estimated annual payroll of almost $220 million  The average salary for Research Park employees is $64,300  URP companies support more than 2,500 jobs at WI-based suppliers  ~70 percent of companies have links to the University of Wisconsin  Scheduled to double in size with the addition of two new locations in Madison Source: NorthStar study Oct 12, 2010
    33. 33. Graduates as taxpayers • The differences in earnings between college and high school graduates, $21,000 on average, allow an estimate of the economic impact. • 69% of WI residents remained in the state within 10 years of graduation. – 51% overall and 11% non-resident students $90 $108 $116 $116 $131 $135 $148 5,609 6,229 6,139 6,316 6,194 6,376 6,637 98/99 00/01 02/03 04/05 06/07 07/08 08/09 Estimated Annual Contribution to Economy ($Millions) UW-Madison Bachelor'sDegree Recipients Source: INVESTING IN WISCONSIN’S FUTURE: UW-Madison A Growth Agenda Accountability Report, 2009-2010 pg. 5
    34. 34. Strategic Initiatives
    35. 35. Go Big Read: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks • UW–Madison’s common- reading program • An Evening with author Rebecca Skloot – October 25, 7:00 PM – Kohl Center, no tickets required • www.gobigread.wisc.edu
    36. 36. Campus Initiatives • Sustainability – Responsible stewards of resources – sustainability.wisc.edu
    37. 37. • Global Health – Enhance global health education, research and partnerships – ghi.wisc.edu Campus Initiatives
    38. 38. Campus initiatives • New Badger Partnership – State budget 2011-2013 – newbadgerpartnership.wisc.edu
    39. 39. Campus Initiatives • The Year of the Arts – UW Arts Institute – arts.wisc.edu/yearOfTheArts
    40. 40. Campus Initiatives • UWF’s Great People – Private support for need-based aid – www.uwgreatpeople.org
    41. 41. Important Upcoming Dates • Grand Opening of the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery – Dec. 2, 2010 • Grand Opening of Union South – April 15, 2011 • UW-Madison Board Summit – April 28, 2011 • International Convocation – July 26-28, 2011
    42. 42. Three weeks of glory…
    43. 43. “Teach me how to Bucky” • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVA ZXZfIlNk
    44. 44. See the right thing…
    45. 45. “See the Right Thing” • http://www.youtube.com/uwmadison
    46. 46. • Next meeting – Thursday, Nov 16 • universityrelations.wisc.edu

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