TRANSITION ADVISORYTEAM MEETINGApril 16, 2013 | 10 a.m. to 2p.m.LSU AgCenter, 212 Efferson Hall
Dr. Bill JenkinsInterim President, LSU SystemWELCOME
Transition Advisory Team MembersSUB-COMMITTEE UPDATESAND KEY PRIORITIES
Academic Sub-Committee4 Collaboration across campuses for undergraduatecurricula standards Single admissions approach (d...
Research and Discovery Sub-Committee5 Trends in federally funded research generated by campus Recruitment and retention ...
Student Experience Sub-Committee6 Student recruitment in-state and out-of-state LSU has 12.5 recruiters mostly in Louisi...
Administrative Services Task Force7 Insurance and risk management EHS Systems consolidations Legacy system Accounting...
Revenue Generation Task Force8 Online learning Opportunities for monetization for each campus Generating revenue Helpi...
Technology Task Force9 Promoting efficiencies Consolidation of various administration systems(email, telephone, etc.) W...
Commercialization and TechnologyTransfer Task Force10 Benchmarking and organization of tech transfer Solicited input fro...
External Affairs Task Force11 Branding across campuses Marketing efforts across campuses Hub and spoke model Website i...
Streamlining Procedures, Rules, andRegulations Task Force12 Human resources polices Obstacles in salary approvals and ef...
Dr. Christel SlaughterSSA ConsultantsINTRODUCTION OF THESPEAKER
Stephen MoretSecretary of Louisiana Economic DevelopmentTHE ROLE OF HIGHEREDUCATION IN ECONOMICGROWTH IN LOUISIANA
Walter Isaacson, Louisiana Native, CEO of the Aspen Institute, andBiographer of Steve Jobs, Benjamin Franklin, and Albert ...
LUNCH
Dr. Christel SlaughterSSA ConsultantsLSU 2015 MISSION AND TENETS
Proposed Vision for LSU 201518LSU will be a statewide, integrated universitycommitted to service, rich culture, and bolden...
Proposed Tenets for LSU 2015 Build a faculty and learning environment thatinspires academic excellence Provide a student...
Transition Advisory Team MembersNEXT STEPS
ADJOURNMENT
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Transition Advisory Team Meeting, April 16, 2013

  1. 1. TRANSITION ADVISORYTEAM MEETINGApril 16, 2013 | 10 a.m. to 2p.m.LSU AgCenter, 212 Efferson Hall
  2. 2. Dr. Bill JenkinsInterim President, LSU SystemWELCOME
  3. 3. Transition Advisory Team MembersSUB-COMMITTEE UPDATESAND KEY PRIORITIES
  4. 4. Academic Sub-Committee4 Collaboration across campuses for undergraduatecurricula standards Single admissions approach (despite differentadmission standards) Tenure policies that reflect the different campusmissions but would allow for collaboration andmovement within that discipline/departmentacross campuses Innovative tenure policies Graduation rates improvement
  5. 5. Research and Discovery Sub-Committee5 Trends in federally funded research generated by campus Recruitment and retention of highly qualified faculty Increase research volume and quality Increase research funding from USDA, state, business, and industrialsources Increase Ph.D. degrees across broad disciplinary categories Increase postdoctoral appointments Improving graduation rates Increase graduate student enrollment Develop additional collaborative research projects between LSU A&M,Pennington, and the LSU HSC campuses Develop consensus or a process for developing priority research areasacross campuses Undergraduate research
  6. 6. Student Experience Sub-Committee6 Student recruitment in-state and out-of-state LSU has 12.5 recruiters mostly in Louisiana; Alabamahas 40+ in 24 states (some universities use alum) Our recruiters handle approximately 2000 applicationsand Alabama handles about 500 each Student retention and graduation rates On campus housing and freshman retention, buildinga community Workforce and career opportunities
  7. 7. Administrative Services Task Force7 Insurance and risk management EHS Systems consolidations Legacy system Accounting ERP Professional services contracts Forming procurement task force
  8. 8. Revenue Generation Task Force8 Online learning Opportunities for monetization for each campus Generating revenue Helping university refocus on core competencies Mechanisms for privatization Current assets
  9. 9. Technology Task Force9 Promoting efficiencies Consolidation of various administration systems(email, telephone, etc.) Workflows and processes Developing and ascertaining needs for system wideapproach verses a completely decentralizedapproach Review of industry best practices
  10. 10. Commercialization and TechnologyTransfer Task Force10 Benchmarking and organization of tech transfer Solicited input from Private investor organizations Louisiana Economic Development LSUHSC Other universities Revenue for tech transfer supports, but does notfund research
  11. 11. External Affairs Task Force11 Branding across campuses Marketing efforts across campuses Hub and spoke model Website integration
  12. 12. Streamlining Procedures, Rules, andRegulations Task Force12 Human resources polices Obstacles in salary approvals and effect onrecruitment of talent Delegation of authority Bottlenecks Legislative hindrances
  13. 13. Dr. Christel SlaughterSSA ConsultantsINTRODUCTION OF THESPEAKER
  14. 14. Stephen MoretSecretary of Louisiana Economic DevelopmentTHE ROLE OF HIGHEREDUCATION IN ECONOMICGROWTH IN LOUISIANA
  15. 15. Walter Isaacson, Louisiana Native, CEO of the Aspen Institute, andBiographer of Steve Jobs, Benjamin Franklin, and Albert EinsteinTHE FUTURE OFHIGHER EDUCATIONAND TECHNOLOGY
  16. 16. LUNCH
  17. 17. Dr. Christel SlaughterSSA ConsultantsLSU 2015 MISSION AND TENETS
  18. 18. Proposed Vision for LSU 201518LSU will be a statewide, integrated universitycommitted to service, rich culture, and boldenterprise, recognized by peer institutions, faculty,students, and employers for its high level ofacademic achievement and research excellence.
  19. 19. Proposed Tenets for LSU 2015 Build a faculty and learning environment thatinspires academic excellence Provide a student living, learning experience thatsupports a lifetime of success and understanding Produce collaborative and cross-unit discoveriesthat solve Louisiana’s and the world’s mostpressing challenges Fuel Louisiana’s economic development Build a cohesive, accountable, and sustainableoperating model for the 21st century19
  20. 20. Transition Advisory Team MembersNEXT STEPS
  21. 21. ADJOURNMENT

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