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Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005
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Monsanto UR Tier School Strategy 2005

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A best practices driven UR strategy focused on a core set of Tier I, Tier II and Regional Tiered Schools.

A best practices driven UR strategy focused on a core set of Tier I, Tier II and Regional Tiered Schools.

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  • 1. 1 Definition: *Tier 1 Relationship: A broad Monsanto relationship with brand building opportunities across campus.  Applicability of the school across our business lines; minimum 3 or more business lines currently in support (exceptions made for quantity of PhDs and HBCUs)  History of hiring activity of Coops/Interns and Monsanto fulltime employees  Significant Financial support provided by Monsanto over the years  Requires 3 to 4 on campus visits from Staffing and the line/business teams/recruiting teams per semester  University Recruiting teams to coordinate efforts across Monsanto *Activities to include: Involvement with Students Organizations, Speakers on Campus, Business Case Studies, Career Center involvement, Seminars on Campus, Site visits to Monsanto by faculty, administrators, students, etc University Recruiting
  • 2. 2 University Recruiting Definition: Tier 2: A more focused relationship on campuses that support specific Monsanto disciplines  Has a history of successful results for Monsanto  Requires 1 to 2 visits per year  University Recruiting teams to coordinate efforts across Monsanto Definition: Regional Tier Relationship: A region specific relationship with schools that are near major Monsanto R & D sites
  • 3. 3 University Recruiting Tier 2: Biotech Georgia Tech Manufacturing, Law & IT Washington University Manufacturing & IT Univ. of Missouri (Rolla) Law & IT St. Louis University IT SIU Edwardsville IT Webster Breeding Purdue *Jackson State; *Alcorn State *HBCUs
  • 4. 4 University Recruiting Regional Tier types of schools: Calgene UC Davis Mystic Cornell Mystic Yale Calgen UC Berkeley Agracetus University of Minnesota Mystic Univ. of Rhode Island Research Triangle Park- NC NC State Research Triangle Park-NC NC A&T-Greensboro Augusta University of Georgia,
  • 5. 5 University Recruiting List of Tier 1 schools: 1. University of IL: Currently covers 5 lines of business (Biotech, Breeding, Commercial, Finance and IT); 12 coops/interns in ’05; 177 grads at Monsanto, 31 are PhDs; significant funding from Monsanto over the years 2. University of Missouri (Columbia): Covers 3 lines of business (Breeding, Commercial, Finance); 13 coops/interns in ’05; 187 grads at Monsanto, 13 are PhDs; significant funding from Monsanto over the years 3. Michigan State: Covers 4 lines of business (Biotech, Breeding, Commercial, Supply Chain); 10 coops/interns in ’05; 50 grads at Monsanto,17 are PhDs; significant funding from Monsanto over the years
  • 6. 6 University Recruiting List of Tier 1 schools: 4. *Southern University and A&M: Previously visited by Monsanto representatives; 5. *Alabama A&M: Covers 1 line of business (Supply Chain); 1 coop in ’05; previously visited by Monsanto representatives 6. University of Wisconsin - Madison: Covers 3 lines of business (Animal Ag, Biotech, Breeding); 61 grads at Monsanto,15 are PhDs; significant funding from Monsanto over the years. Key partner to Agracetus *Historical Black College
  • 7. 7 University Recruiting List of Tier 1 schools: 7. Texas A&M: Covers 3 lines of business (Biotech and Breeding); 6 coops/interns in ’05; 40 grads at Monsanto, 12 are PhDs; significant funding from Monsanto over the years. Diversity relationship 8. Iowa State: Covers 2 lines of business (Biotech and Breeding); 5 coops/interns; 167 grads at Monsanto,12 are PhD diplomas; significant funding Monsanto over the years
  • 8. 8 University Recruiting Southern A&M (http://www.subr.edu) Baton Rouge, LA Number of Students: Total Enrollment - 8,881 Degrees Awarded (2003 - 2004) – 1220, Associate - 5, Bachelors - 941, Masters - 263, Doctorate – 11 Where Students are From: LA Residents - 7,361 Applicable Undergrad Degree Programs: Agriculture, Business, Engineering, and Sciences (Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology)
  • 9. 9 University Recruiting Alabama A&M (http://www.aamu.edu/) Huntsville, AL Number of Students: Total Enrollment – 6,588 Where Students are From: 4,000 undergraduate students; 1,400 graduate students, hailing from more than 40 states and 60 nations Applicable Undergrad Degree Programs: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Accounting, Economics, Finance, General Business, Management, Marketing, Logistics, and Engineering and Technology. There is also the University College, and the School of Graduate Studies and Extended Education
  • 10. 10 University Recruiting Alcorn State University (http://www.alcorn.edu) Alcorn State, MS Number of Students: Total Enrollment – 1002,705 full-time, 175 undergraduates, graduate students (60 men, 115 women) Where Students are From: Applicable Undergrad Degree Programs: Agriculture, Biological Sciences, Business (Accounting, Business Administration and Administrative Office Management) Chemistry, Physics, Communications, Computer Science, Mathematics, Robotics and Manufacturing Technologies, Economics, Pre-Law
  • 11. 11 University Recruiting Jackson State (http://www.jsums.edu) Jackson, MS Number of Students: Total Enrollment – 7,783 Where Students are From: Applicable Undergrad Degree Programs: Business (Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing), Computer Science, Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Manufacturing and Design
  • 12. 12 University Recruiting North Carolina A&T (http://www.ncat.edu) Greensboro, NC Number of Students: Total Enrollment – 10, 383 Where Students are From: 21% Out of State Applicable Undergrad Degree Programs: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Communication, Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Engineering, Computer Science, Manufacturing Systems
  • 13. 13 University Recruiting Tuskeegee University (www.tuskegee.edu) Tuskegee, AL Number of Students: Total Enrollment – Approx. 3000 Where Students are From: 65% Out of State Applicable Undergrad Degree Programs: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering

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