Missouri 100<br />Fall 2009 New Student Class<br />John F. Carney III<br />November 7, 2009<br />
Topics<br />Enrollment<br />Research<br />Fund Raising<br /><ul><li>Accreditation
Quality
Facilities</li></li></ul><li>Enrollmentend of fourth week<br />
2009 Incoming Class<br />Since the name change<br />undergraduate freshmen out-of-state applications:  up 27% <br />out-of...
Freshmen ClassesFall Semester<br />
41% increase in undergraduates <br />73% increase in graduate students <br />40% increase in non-engineering majors <br />...
Enrollment Diversity41% increase in female students91% increase in minority students<br />
Externally Funded Research<br />FY09 vs. FY08:<br />Proposals awarded in total dollars: $42.6M 	up    11%<br />Number of p...
Advancing ExcellenceCapital Campaign Progressas of October 31, 2009<br />
U.S. News:  High School Guidance Counselors’ Rankings<br />800 guidance counselors from the top high schools in the US ran...
U.S. News:  High School Guidance Counselors’ Rankings<br />National Universities<br />Missouri S&T is tied for 45th in the...
Accreditation<br />ABET<br />16 engineering programs evaluated<br />ABET Computer Science<br />Higher Learning Commission<...
Architectural Engineering
Ceramic Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Management
Environmental Engineering
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  1. 1. Missouri 100<br />Fall 2009 New Student Class<br />John F. Carney III<br />November 7, 2009<br />
  2. 2. Topics<br />Enrollment<br />Research<br />Fund Raising<br /><ul><li>Accreditation
  3. 3. Quality
  4. 4. Facilities</li></li></ul><li>Enrollmentend of fourth week<br />
  5. 5. 2009 Incoming Class<br />Since the name change<br />undergraduate freshmen out-of-state applications: up 27% <br />out-of-state enrollment: up 9%<br />Fall 2009 freshmen class totaled 1,134 students. This is 60% larger than the class of 2000<br />24% female students<br />VERY talented Fall 2009 incoming class:<br />5 with perfect ACT or SAT scores<br />Average ACT composite is 27.7 <br />35% have ACT composite of 30+ <br />29% first-generation college students<br />
  6. 6. Freshmen ClassesFall Semester<br />
  7. 7. 41% increase in undergraduates <br />73% increase in graduate students <br />40% increase in non-engineering majors <br />Since 2005, 60% of growth due to increased retention rates <br />88% retention rate achieved; goal 90%<br />62% graduation rate achieved <br />52% in 2000<br />65% goal for 2010<br />2000-2009 Enrollment ChangeFall semester<br />
  8. 8. Enrollment Diversity41% increase in female students91% increase in minority students<br />
  9. 9. Externally Funded Research<br />FY09 vs. FY08:<br />Proposals awarded in total dollars: $42.6M up 11%<br />Number of proposals submitted: 567 up 3%<br />Proposals submitted in total dollars: $180.1M up 19%<br />Research expenditures: $38.1M up 1%<br />F&A recovered: $7.0 M up 16%<br />Number of active awards: 622 up 5%<br />
  10. 10. Advancing ExcellenceCapital Campaign Progressas of October 31, 2009<br />
  11. 11. U.S. News: High School Guidance Counselors’ Rankings<br />800 guidance counselors from the top high schools in the US ranked national universities based on:<br />Academic record<br />Curriculum<br />Faculty<br />Programs<br />Graduates   <br />
  12. 12. U.S. News: High School Guidance Counselors’ Rankings<br />National Universities<br />Missouri S&T is tied for 45th in the nation<br />Missouri S&T is ranked 2nd in Missouri<br />Public Universities<br />Missouri S&T is ranked 12th in the nation<br />Missouri S&T is ranked 1st in Missouri<br />
  13. 13. Accreditation<br />ABET<br />16 engineering programs evaluated<br />ABET Computer Science<br />Higher Learning Commission<br /><ul><li>Aerospace Engineering
  14. 14. Architectural Engineering
  15. 15. Ceramic Engineering
  16. 16. Chemical Engineering
  17. 17. Civil Engineering
  18. 18. Computer Engineering
  19. 19. Electrical Engineering
  20. 20. Engineering Management
  21. 21. Environmental Engineering
  22. 22. Geological Engineering
  23. 23. Interdisciplinary Engineering
  24. 24. Mechanical Engineering
  25. 25. Metallurgical Engineering
  26. 26. Mining Engineering
  27. 27. Nuclear Engineering
  28. 28. Petroleum Engineering</li></li></ul><li>Accreditation<br />Some concerns with every accreditation group: <br />Engineering laboratories and equipment<br />Faculty numbers not keeping up with enrollment increase<br />
  29. 29. Technological Research Universities<br />Quality indicators<br />ACT 75th percentile<br />Freshman retention rate<br />Six-year graduation rate<br />National merit scholars<br />National academy members<br />Total research expenditures per faculty<br />Ph.D’s awarded per faculty<br />Ratio of doctoral degrees to graduate degrees<br />Student-faculty ratio<br />Alumni giving participation rate<br />
  30. 30. Rankings<br />Combined Rank<br /> Mean<br />California Institute of Technology 1.9 1<br />Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2.72<br />Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 4.0 3<br />Georgia Institute of Technology 4.1 4<br />Missouri University of Science and Technology 7.7 5<br />Michigan Technological University 8.0 6<br />Colorado School of Mines 8.1 7<br />Worcester Polytechnic Institute 8.6 8<br />Stevens Institute of Technology 8.79<br />Clarkson University 8.9 10<br />Illinois Institute of Technology 9.411<br />New Mexico Inst of Mining & Technology 10.512<br />New Jersey Institute of Technology 11.7 13<br />South Dakota School of Mines & Technology 11.9 14<br />University of Alabama in Huntsville 12.4 15<br />Florida Institute of Technology 12.415<br />
  31. 31. Career Fairs<br />Fall 2008<br />Largest career fair in institutional history<br />301 employers (117 employers from Missouri)<br />Over 900 recruiters in attendance<br />One employer for every 20 students! <br />Spring 2009<br />149 employers (72 from Missouri)<br />25 states represented<br />17 new employers in attendance <br />Fall 2009<br />174 employers (80 employers from Missouri)<br />Over 400 recruiters in attendance<br />
  32. 32. Undergraduate Experiential Learning2008 - 2009 <br />
  33. 33. Facility Needs<br />Classrooms<br />All classrooms scheduled between 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. M–F<br />All on-campus distance education classrooms fully scheduled<br />On-campus enrollment increase since 2000<br />40% increase in total enrollment<br />45% increase in Ph.D. students<br />23% increase in Graduate Teaching Assistants<br />21% increase in Graduate Research Assistants<br />Office space / work space<br />Graduate Research Assistants and Graduate Teaching Assistants are both students and employees and need office and desk space<br />&gt;20,000 SF off-campus rented space for funded research<br />
  34. 34. Engineering Equipment Funding<br />State formerly provided an average of $630,000 per year for the years we received funding for laboratory equipment<br />No funding has been received since FY2001<br />FY2011 request for $788,400<br />Backlog request for $4.4 million to “catch up” our teaching laboratory equipment<br />
  35. 35. Top Capital Improvement NeedsFY2011<br />Biological Science/Chemistry/Chemical Engineering Addition and Renovation<br />$85.8 million project <br />Undergraduate Learning Center<br />$15.8 million project<br />Emerson Electric Hall Addition<br />$18.5 million project<br />
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