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  • 1. Enhancing and Sustaining Local and Global Communities, Environments, and Economies OSU 2007 Fostering Excellence in: Arts & Sciences Biosciences & Health Earth Systems Science Technology & Commerce Natural Resources
  • 2. OSU 2007 Vision
    • OSU will be a student-centered, research-intensive, and engaged learning community that enhances and sustains local and global communities, environments and economies.
  • 3. OSU 2007 Goals
    • Student Access and Success
    • Programs of national prominence in:
      • Arts & Sciences
      • Biosciences & Health
      • Earth Systems Science
      • Natural Resources
      • Technology & Commerce
    • Efficiency and Sustainability
  • 4. Proposals VISION GOAL GOAL GOAL Proposals for Academic Programs Proposals for Administrative Programs Proposals for Student Services Proposal for a Capital Campaign Supported By
  • 5. Goals for Design of Academic Programs
    • Provide high quality degree programs in focus areas
    • Enhance research in focus areas
    • Engage in solving Oregon’s problems
    • Enhance teaching and learning (86% retention)
    • Increase interdisciplinary teaching and research
    • Reduce administration and program duplication
    • Provide consistent access to high quality services
    • Increase fundraising effectiveness
    • Increase faculty and GRA/GTA salaries to peer averages
  • 6. Proposals for Academic Programs
    • Initiatives within the five focus areas
    • Organize programs for impact and efficiency
      • Align some college functions into larger unit
      • Merge programs/departments
    • Competitive proposals for innovative curricula
    • Ph.D. programs in College of Liberal Arts
    • Center for Teaching and Learning
    • Academic Success Center
    • Task force on Indirect Cost Rate distribution
    • Interdisciplinary Curriculum Council
    • Framework for Centers, Institutes & Program’s
  • 7. Initiatives for Focus Areas
    • ‘Theme Teams’ in each area are developing 1-3 initiatives that would advance our institution in the focus areas
      • Teams have representation from teaching, research, and extension
      • Initiatives are broad and encompass all aspects of our mission
      • Drafts by 2/28/03
  • 8. Organize Some College Functions into Larger Units Arts & Sciences College of Liberal Arts, College of Science, Honors, School of Education, Center for Teaching and Learning, Academic Success Center, Centers Institutes & Program’s, Extension Biosciences & Health College of Health & Human Sciences, College of Pharmacy, College of Vet. Med., Centers Institutes & Program’s, Extension Natural Resources College of Forestry, College of Agricultural Sciences, Centers Institutes & Program’s, Extension Technology & Commerce College of Engineering, College of Business, Centers Institutes & Program’s, Extension Units led by Council of Deans, Leadership Team By 2005: - Develop/implement initiatives within themes - Reduce duplication and merge programs/departments - Reduce costs by sharing business and administrative functions - Consider College mergers and how to administer Extension within units By 2007, E&G and ICR will be allocated to larger unit Cost savings reallocated to focus area initiatives and increased salaries Earth Systems Science College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Science, Centers Institutes & Program’s, Extension
  • 9. Merge Programs/Departments
    • Committee to establish criteria
      • Finish by 6/30/03
    • Committee to evaluate/make recommendations
      • Finish by 6/1/04
    • Invite suggestions from campus
    • Engage external constituents
  • 10. Competitive Proposals for Innovative Curricula
    • Committee establishes criteria by 12/03
    • RFP by 1/04 with 7/04 deadline
    • Decisions by 9/04; implement in 05-06
    • As Athletics debt is retired (per OUS plan), redirect $1 million in Budget Allocation Model from Athletics
  • 11. Ph.D. Programs in CLA
    • Focus on programs that make OSU competitive with our peers, and make faculty competitive for research funding
    • Programs should align with the five focus areas of OSU 2007
    • CLA to conduct feasibility and financial analysis
  • 12. Center for Teaching & Learning
    • Faculty Senate task force plans center
      • Assistance in the following:
        • Large classes
        • Teaching Assistant training/mentoring
        • Educational technology (including DE)
        • Assessment, peer evaluation of teaching
        • Diversity issues
        • Teaching faculty orientation
        • Interdisciplinary teaching
    • 0.5 FTE plus one staff person
      • Coordinate with School of Education programs
    • Redirect $1 million from Athletics
  • 13. Academic Success Center
    • One-stop for student assistance
      • Centralized information and referral
      • Testing
      • Tutoring
      • University Exploratory Studies Program advising
      • Academic success courses (Odyssey, plus others)
      • First-year experience
      • Establish advising standards
      • Advising training/mentoring
    • Use current resources and realign
  • 14. Task Force to Review Indirect Cost Rate
    • Determine allocations that optimally support scholarship, research, and creativity with an emphasis on the five focus areas
      • Central
        • Establish criteria for core research facilities/technicians to be centrally funded
      • Clusters
      • Centers, Institutes & Program’s
    • Representation from all groups affected by distribution of returned overhead
  • 15. Encourage Interdisciplinary Programs
    • Establish Interdisciplinary Council with Coordinator (no FTE; may be a standing Faculty Senate Committee)
      • Enhance communications
      • Coordinate efforts to establish programs/courses
      • Evaluate interdisciplinary programs
    • Charge existing employee with oversight of interdisciplinary graduate programs
    • Link with Centers, Institutes & Program’s
    • Revise Budget Allocation Model to account for ID teaching
    • All new ID programs go through competitive proposal process
  • 16. Consistent Framework for Centers, Institutes & Program’s
    • Task force to establish consistent definitions and criteria with level of support needed
      • Guidelines for central support: $, FTE, space, discretionary $
      • Models for faculty, salaries, Indirect Cost Rate sharing with academic units
        • Option for faculty to raise salary by 25%
      • Incentives to interact with start-up businesses
      • Criteria for initiation and termination
    • Review every 2-4 years
    • Coordinate with University Budget Committee
  • 17. Goals for Design of Administrative Services
    • Save resources that can be reallocated to the academic mission – 20%
    • Provide consistent, high quality services across the institution
  • 18. Administrative Services Proposals
    • 75% of all business processes at cluster level
    • Enhance central services:
      • Assessment
      • Diversity
      • Library
      • Marketing, communications, publications
      • International programs
      • Facilities, class scheduling, large classrooms
      • Professional development and training
      • Information Services
  • 19. Organization of Services
    • One or more service centers in each cluster
      • Councils decide number and what services beyond business practices will be provided there
        • IN: accounting, HR, payroll, purchasing, property management
        • MAYBE: IS, marketing, publications, communications, media
        • NOT IN: advising, curriculum, alumni relations, foundation
      • Move business processes to web
    • Policy and legal oversight from central partners
      • Matrix organization with dual reporting to cluster and central unit
    • Planning and implementation to involve current staff
    • Retirement vacancies and training minimize impacts
  • 20. Diversity Programs
    • Increase Faculty Diversity Initiative to $500,000
    • Increase underrepresented grad student recruiting to $100,000
    • Realign existing resources and staff into cohesive Office of Diversity and Multicultural Education with Executive Director (no new FTE)
      • Report to President or Provost
  • 21. Library
    • Provost and President should decide on reporting lines for Library
    • Library academic faculty should have P&T dossiers reviewed in an academic unit
  • 22. Marketing, Communications, Publications
    • Develop and Adopt OSU web standards
    • Create a strategic communications plan and Council
      • Vice President for Advancement leads
      • Include departmental representation
    • Central works with staff in clusters to coordinate efforts
  • 23. International Programs
    • Dean of International Programs funded at 0.5 FTE OSU (0.5 FTE OUS)
      • Begin search immediately
    • Reinstate Faculty Grants and Awards Program
      • $25,000/year; encourage college match
    • Funding proposal to student fees committee for new position in student involvement focused on international students
    • Improve link with Alumni Assoc. & Foundation
      • Target international recruitment and fund-raising
  • 24. Facilities
    • Space charge model
      • Facilities services owns space and allocates money to each cluster based on space standards. Clusters buy back space from Facilities Services.
        • Flexibility in space standards for differences across units
    • Centralize classroom scheduling
      • Task force to define classrooms
    • All new buildings include 1-2 enhanced classrooms with capacity of 150+
    • Address space crisis for Services to Students with Disabilities
  • 25. Faculty, Staff Development
    • Institution-wide framework
      • Every employee has an individual development plan
        • Career goal development within the mission of their unit
        • Training
        • Mentoring
      • Performance evaluations include assessment of plan
    • Include leadership training at all levels, focusing on shared leadership skills
    • 1-2 FTE from central Human Resources (no new FTE)
  • 26. Information Systems
    • Standard reliable bandwidths across campus
    • Campus standard for e-mail and file storage
      • Everyone has e-mail account and access to e-mail
      • Everything beyond this funded by cluster
    • Expand consulting desk
    • Replace SSN’s for ID’s
    • Task force to determine IT needs for implementation of OSU 2007
  • 27. Goals for Design of Student Services
    • Increase access to high quality programs
    • Enhance livability of campus environments
  • 28. Enrollment Management
    • Organize enrollment management around a student access agenda
      • Single financial services unit (Financial Aid, Registrar, Business Services)
      • Increase enrollment as state support increases
      • Increase Honors enrollment by 5%/year to 2007
        • Increase fees for self-support
      • Establish standing committee to determine future enrollment “mix” that is desirable and affordable
      • Manage access to degree programs
      • Increase scholarships available
  • 29. Efficient Delivery of Credits
    • Task force to develop, implement, and enforce class scheduling procedures
      • Standards for 1-5 credit courses and lab courses
    • Lower tuition for classes taken in off-hours
    • Fee schedule for testing services
  • 30. Housing
    • Plan for deferred maintenance by 11/03
    • Committee to explore new financing options
    • Committee to establish criteria for “approved housing”
    • 90% of all first year students in approved housing by 2009
    • No 1 st term membership in non-approved Greek houses
  • 31. Healthy Campus Community
    • Establish a President’s Commission for a Healthy Campus Community
    • Establish the President’s Coalition for Alcohol/Other Drugs
  • 32. Multicultural Support
    • Coordinated services under Diversity and Multicultural Education
      • Collaboration and communication among units
      • increase visibility and ease of access to services
      • Assessment of current services
      • Plan for increased services (e.g., older than average students, first generation students)
      • Create a campus wide multicultural education and training program to address issues of retention and campus climate
  • 33. Capital Campaign
    • Prioritization of initiatives by a highly functioning University Development Council
      • Align fund raising with major OSU 2007 initiatives
      • Increase endowed chairs and scholarships
      • UDC to include one representative from each cluster
      • Faculty representation (past President of Fac. Senate)
      • All proposals must go through UDC, including Athletics (none go around the process)
      • Head of OSU 2007 implementation on UDC

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