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    • Florida International University Budget Town Hall Meeting April 12, 2010 1
    • FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Budget Town Hall Meeting AGENDA  FY10-11 Budget Expectations  Research Update  New Partnerships  Student Achievements 2
    • FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Budget Town Hall Meeting AGENDA  FY10-11 Budget Expectations  Research Update  New Partnerships  Student Achievements 3
    • State Financial Outlook General Revenue A lost decade! 33 32 31 29 27 $ Billions 25 $10 Billion March 2010 Revenue 23 Decline Estimating Conference 22 21 19 17 15 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 4 Source: Office of Economic & Demographic Research; Florida Long Range Outlook
    • State General Revenue Funding FY07-08 through FY10-11 FIU loses $64 M. 250 200 State Funds Reduction $ 64M $ Millions 150 Differential Tuition $12M Base Tuition $27M 100 50 0 07-08 Actual 08-09 Actual 09-10 Forecast 10-11 Projection State funds include GR & Lotto, Tuition & Differential is net waivers and need based financial aid. College of Medicine is excluded.
    • FIU E&G (Ex-COM) Revenue Trend Doing more with less! 350 $345 300 $320 250 $238 200 $ Millions $174 $146 150 $107 100 50 - FY 2007-08 FY 2010-11 GR Net Tuition Operating Budget 6 FY 2007-08 includes $9.1M of Insurance increases and other pass-throughs received from the state
    • The Lost Decade How to maintain quality? State Funding per FTE ($000s) In constant dollars (Adjusted using HEPI*) 14 12 $11.6 44% 10 Decline 8 ($000s) $6.5 6 4 2 0 2000-01 2010-11 Includes Recurring General Revenue and Lotto Appropriations * The Higher Education Price Index (HEPI) is an inflation index designed specifically to track main cost drivers in higher education 7
    • FIU FY10-11 Budget Plan But its still too early to tell! • State Funding • Senate Reduction proposal: .3% • House Reduction proposal: 6.8% • FIU Reduction Plan: 4.2% • College of Medicine: $3.7 million full funding • Tuition • Undergraduate Resident: 8% Base; 7% Differential • Graduate Resident: 10% • Law & Medicine: 15% • State Stimulus Funds $14 million 8
    • FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Budget Town Hall Meeting AGENDA  FY10-11 Budget Expectations  Research Update  New Partnerships  Student Achievements 9
    • NSF Career Awards Received in 2010 • Nezih Pala’s research on Nanoscale Multi-element Plasmonic Devices for Tunable THz Detection Applications will result in new technologies in medical imaging and diagnosis, chemical and biological sensing, and security surveillance. • Vagelis Hristidis’ award to investigate and create methodologies allowing communities to become more effective in managing disasters, an important topic in our region. 10
    • Haiti Relief Anticipated Funding We anticipate awards to implement: • A NeighborhoodHELP program in Little Haiti neighborhoods. • A physical therapy program for amputees related to Haiti earthquake. • Mental health services for first responders in Haiti. • A program to provide support for Haitian community agencies locally. •To be coordinated through Center for Research on U.S. Latino HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse(CRUSADA) •Fosters collaboration among the Center, the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Wertheim College of Medicine, and the College of Arts and Sciences. 11
    • Noteworthy Funding Received Since January 2010 • Mario de la Rosa will study how substance abuse and HIV risk behavior of Latina mothers and daughters are influenced by changes in familial mechanisms, and cultural processes. • Patricia Barbetta aims to increase the State of Florida’s capacity to prepare and retain highly qualified personnel to provide instructional services to students with disabilities, and will coordinate the statewide Autism and Severe/Profound Disabilities Endorsements Support Program. • Osama Mohammed will integrate FIU’s research and educational activities in power systems with the US Navy all-electric ship mission. 12
    • FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Budget Town Hall Meeting AGENDA  FY10-11 Budget Expectations  Research Update  New Partnerships  Student Achievements 13
    • FIU-Qingdao Agreement • Major city SE of Beijing URBAN PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY TOP and site of Tsingtao Brewery (famous for Beer Festival) • MOU signed 4/5/10 by M. Rosenberg and President Zheng Zhenan of Qingdao City Construction Investment Corporation • School of Hospitality & Tourism Management to assist Qingdao to develop the Greater China Food and Wine Festival (replica of South Beach Food and Wine Festival) 14
    • . FIU-Sweetwater Partnership • Launched in October 2009 TOP URBAN PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY FIU Honors College interns develop collaborative projects for Sweetwater – To develop leadership skills – Practice civic engagement – Learn municipal governing • Sample Current Projects: – News Literacy Project class (Dr. Frederick Blevens)  Survey and training of residents on news literacy – Girls’ Athletic Program in Sweetwater Elementary School 15
    • Successful Partnerships in Energy College of Engineering TOP URBAN PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY and Computing received funding from Department of Energy as part of the Obama Administration’s $100m initiative for Smart Grid Workforce Training and Development: 1. Smart Grid Workforce Training A Local Partnership with FPL – ($350,000 for FIU) 2. Strategic Training and Education in Power Systems A National Partnership with University of Minnesota – ($200,000 for FIU) In announcing the awards, Secretary Chu said: “Building an operating smart grid infrastructure will put tens of thousands of Americans to work,” “This is a great opportunity for workers to upgrade their skills and earn more, or for laid off workers from other industries to start fresh in a new and growing field.” 16
    • FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Budget Town Hall Meeting AGENDA  FY10-11 Budget Expectations  Research Update  New Partnerships  Student Achievements 17
    • Successful Partnerships in Solar Energy TOP URBAN PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY Led by Marilys Nepomechie of the Department of Architecture, a successful partnership between Colleges of Architecture and the Arts, Journalism and Mass Communication, and Engineering and Computing FIU is one of the 20 universities invited to 2011 Solar Decathlon Competition – Received $100,000 from DOE to participate 18
    • FIU Model United Nations Program Our students annually compete TOP URBAN PUBLIC RESEARCH UNIVERSITY in National Model UN in NYC For 15 years, the FIU team has won top honors--including 10 Outstanding Delegation Awards—highest possible We did it again! At April 3, 2010 Conference, FIU team awarded Outstanding Delegation Award, for the fifth straight year. Worlds Ahead at the United Nations! FIU hosts 300+ local students in Our FIU 2010 Team at the UN the High School Model UN 19 Program
    • Campus Update We heard you! New pedestrian entrance to Engineering Campus 20
    • Florida International University Budget Town Hall Meeting April 12, 2010 21