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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.
  • 2009 Academic Affairs Meeting Slides

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

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