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2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides
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2009 Academic Affairs Opening Meeting

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  • OutlookWhat if Faculty are ill?Message to StudentsNeed for Communication
  • Beyond improve support for OSPR work of faculty --- commit to the development of clear policies and procedures and engage the campus in active discussion regarding the role of research, scholarship and creative endeavor at KSC.
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    • 1. 1
      Academic AffairsOpening Meeting
      August 25, 2009
    • 2. Preliminary Topics
      H1N1 (Swine Flu)
      Enrollments
      NEASC
      HEA Requirements
      Symposium
    • 3. Academic Plan
      Current draft online at: www.keeneweb.org/academicaffairs
      Receiving feedback on current draft until September 15
      Changes ahead:
      Executive summary
      Reorganization of final section (integrity and diversity throughout)
      Final version complete by October 15
    • 4. Academic Quality and Achievement
      Transition to ISP ends
      Reflection on curriculum (Senate)
      Review of 20-credit overload policy
      Explore upper-level requirement*
      Explore continuation/elimination of AA degrees*
      Balance among college req., major, electives
      Review of NH Statewide Nursing Initiative
      Revision/Rethink some graduate programs
    • 5. Academic Quality and Achievement
      Better data support for academic decision making
      Global Education Office: Explore international experiential learning opportunities*
      Undergraduate research and creativity
      Assess changes to orientation program
      Curriculum management (AACRAO)
    • 6. Communication and Community
      New ways to collect and share information on faculty, staff and student achievements
      Community building
      Cross-disciplinary, cross-organizational, and external partnership support and development*
      Build a diverse campus community
    • 7. Invest in Faculty and Staff
      Continue faculty staffing plan
      Continue with recommendations of P&T Task Force (KSCEA)
      Continue discussion of workload issues (KSCEA)
      CELT programming and infrastructure to support faculty and staff
      New Faculty Orientation (CELT/KSCEA&AA)
    • 8. Invest in Faculty and Staff
      Refine search procedures to increase opportunities for diversity
      Improve support for faculty scholarship and creative activity (OSPR)
      Improve support for department chairs (KSCEA)
    • 9. Learning that Leads to Engaged Citizenship
      Improve coordination of experiential learning on campus, nationally and internationally
      Support and expand the work of faculty and staff engaged in the American Democracy Project
    • 10. Affordability and Accessibility
      Advancement and Development (Adv)
      Economic development initiatives
      Accessibility/ADA requirements* (SA)
      Summer initiatives

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