Transition Advisory Team Meeting, February 19,2013

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Transition Advisory Team Meeting, February 19,2013

  1. 1. TRANSITION ADVISORYTEAM MEETINGFebruary 19, 2013 | 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.Lod Cook Alumni Center, Abell Board Room
  2. 2. Meeting Information This meeting is being streamed live at: http://connect.lsu.edu/tat For a copy of this presentation or more information about LSU 2015 visit: www.lsu.edu/lsu2015 2
  3. 3. OPENING REMARKSDr. Christel Slaughter
  4. 4. Opening Remarks The Transition Advisory Team received a number of positive comments regarding the openness and the transparency of your last meeting. Dr. Ikenberry’s remarks were direct and your discussion was candid. Today we will continue that type of dialogue and will focus on the core functions of the university rather than the administrative or support functions. 4
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES FORTODAY’S MEETINGDr. Christel Slaughter
  6. 6. Today’s Objectives Explore the three-fold mission of a top tier public university. Present a panel of internal subject matter experts to help us to understand what makes a university great. Utilize their input and your discussion to refine a vision and tenets for an integrated university prepared to handle the future. 6
  7. 7. Louisiana’s Board of Regents 2011 Master Plan outlines the roles and structure for higher education institutions in the state of Louisiana. Follows the creation, re-naming, and realignment of the colleges around the state. Articulates four major systems of higher education:  Louisiana Community and Technical Colleges System  University of Louisiana System  Southern University System  Louisiana State University System 7
  8. 8. Louisiana Community and TechnicalCollege System Mission The mission of the LCTCS is to improve the quality of life of the States citizens through educational programs offered through our colleges. We strive to increase the opportunities for Louisianas workforce to succeed through skills training programs. And, we work to provide our citizens the opportunity to learn continuously. We are committed to teaching what is needed, when it is needed, and where it is needed within available resources. 8
  9. 9. The University of LouisianaSystem MissionThe University of Louisiana System is a public, multi-campus university system dedicated to the service ofLouisiana and its people. The System offers a broadspectrum of educational opportunities ranging fromtechnical training at the associate level to research atthe doctoral level. 9
  10. 10. The Southern University System Mission The Southern University System is a multi-campus, State of Louisiana university system continually building upon a legacy of providing opportunity to students from all walks of life. Our mission is to further develop and fortify our land grant purpose with emphasis on appropriate access and delivery of quality instruction, problem-solving, high-impact research, extension, and service. Southern University System values excellence in teaching, research, and public service. The System is committed to providing a safe environment conducive to learning while operating in accordance with the highest standards of management and efficiency. 10
  11. 11. Louisiana’s Flagship Institution Louisiana’s flagship institution is the premiere public research university. The flagship university is expected to:  Provide leadership in higher education in the State;  Practice highly selective admissions;  Offer a wide variety of undergraduate programs;  Offer an extensive number of master’s and doctoral programs;  Maintain an appropriate mix of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students; and  Sponsor a broad range of research programs. 11
  12. 12. Board of RegentsInstitution and CategoryFour-Year 1 Louisiana State University and A&M CollegeFour-Year 2 Louisiana Tech University University of Louisiana at Lafayette University of New OrleansFour-Year 3 Southeastern Louisiana University Southern University and A&M College at Baton Rouge University of Louisiana at Monroe 12
  13. 13. Board of RegentsInstitution and CategoryFour-Year 4 Grambling State University Louisiana State in Shreveport McNeese State University Nicholls State University Northwestern State University Southern University at New OrleansTwo-Year with Bachelors Louisiana State University at AlexandriaTwo-Year 1 Delgado Community College LA2 Baton Rouge Community College LA3Two-Year 2 Bossier Parish Community College Louisiana State University at Eunice 13
  14. 14. UNDERSTANDING THETHREE-FOLD MISSION OF LSUDr. Christel Slaughter
  15. 15. LSU’s Three-Fold Mission Academics Research Public Service Today we will focus on the first two elements. 15
  16. 16. Why Does Louisiana Need a Truly GreatTeaching and Research University? LSU LSU Pennington Agricultural Biomedical Center Research Center LSU Hebert LSU Law Center Shreveport LSU Health Sciences LSU A&M Center Shreveport LSU Eunice LSU Alexandria LSU Health LSU Health Care Sciences Services Center New Division Orleans 16
  17. 17. Questions We Want to Answer… What do we mean by "academic excellence?” How can we measure success in our research mission? What challenges must we overcome to attain our goals? What are the internal and external factors that will influence our journey? What are our core strengths? 17
  18. 18. Association of American UniversitiesAn association of 62 leading research universities in the United States and Canada The 62 AAU universities in the United States award more than one-half of all U.S. doctoral degrees and 55% of those are in the sciences and engineering. Federal academic research conducted by AAU universities totaled $18.9 billion in FY 2009, or 58% of all federal research funds provided to colleges and universities. In 2008, 65% of U.S. academic postdoctoral positions were at AAU institutions. Since the founding of the Nobel Prizes in 1901, 35% of all winners and 70% of winners at U.S. universities have been affiliated with an AAU institution. 18
  19. 19. Association of American UniversitiesAn association of 62 leading research universities in the United States and Canada Percent of National Total in 2010Undergraduates 5.8%Bachelors Degrees Awarded 15.4%Graduate Students 18.5%Masters Degrees Awarded 17.2%National Merit/Achievement Scholars 62.4%International Students 29.9%Study Abroad Students 27.0% 19
  20. 20. DISCOVERY. Expand Discovery ThroughTransformative Research… Measures of impact of scholarship and creative activity as determined by national norms in individual disciplines Research expenditures (federal and total) Ph.D’s and Master’s degrees awarded (total and per FTE) Patents awarded National awards for faculty research/creative activity Research expenditures per FTE (federal and total) Placement of Ph.D’s in tenure track positions and industry Number of start-up businesses from LSU research Faculty membership in National Academies Research funding involving more than one unit Number of post-doctoral associates Licensing income Number of faculty consulting engagements Number of national/international symposia organized 20
  21. 21. LEARNING. Enhance a Faculty-led andStudent-centered Learning Environment… Number of degrees awarded Research expenditures targeting instructional activities National awards for students Proportion of graduate students 6-year graduation rate of new freshman Number of undergraduates involved in a research experiences Number of students enrolled in CxC courses SAT/ACT mean of incoming freshman Number of STEM degrees awarded Number of fellowships Number and quality of Honors College students Number of National Merit and Achievement Scholars Retention (1st to 2nd year; 1st to 3rd year) Number of students accepted Number and retention of transfer students 21
  22. 22. DIVERSITY. Strengthen the IntellectualEnvironment… Number of tenure-track faculty by race and gender Number of students pursuing study abroad Number of student credit hours in courses that introduce diverse communities or cultures Research expenditures in projects involving a significant international component or partner Number of undergraduate and graduate students by race and gender Number of Fulbright Scholars Number of annual participants in LSU cultural events Number of graduate students involved in LSU research exchange programs with universities abroad Degrees awarded by race and gender Number of international students (undergraduate and graduate) 22
  23. 23. ENGAGEMENT. Promote Engagement ofFaculty, Staff, and Students… Number of faculty or staff serving on boards, commissions and committees Number of student credit hours in service learning courses Number of faculty serving on leadership positions in national organizations Number of students pursuing periods of national and international service Number of faculty serving on editorial boards for journals Number of faculty awards for community service 23
  24. 24. PANEL DISCUSSIONGaines Foster, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Humanities and Social SciencesThomas R. Klei, Ph.D., Boyd Professor and Interim Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic DevelopmentStuart R. Bell, Ph.D., Executive Vice President and Provost
  25. 25. LUNCHBreak for 30 minutes
  26. 26. VISION AND TENETS FORLSU 2015Group Discussion
  27. 27. Proposed Vision for LSU 2015LSU will be a statewide, integrateduniversity, recognized by peerinstitutions, faculty, students, and employers for itshigh level of academic achievement, focusedresearch excellence, commitment to service, richculture, and bold enterprise. 27
  28. 28. Proposed Tenets for LSU 2015 Build a faculty and learning environment that inspires academic excellence Provide a student experience that supports lifetimes of success and understanding Produce collaborative and cross-unit discoveries that solve Louisiana’s and the world’s most pressing challenges Fuel Louisiana’s economic development Build a cohesive, accountable, and sustainable operating model for the 21st century 28
  29. 29. SUB-COMMITTEE MEETINGSTRUCTURE AND STATUS UPDATEDr. Christel Slaughter
  30. 30. Transition Advisory TeamNext meeting: March 5, 4 to 9:30 p.m. Lod Cook Alumni Center, Abell Board Room Guest speaker: President Gordon Gee, The Ohio State University 30
  31. 31. Academic Sub-CommitteeNext meeting: February 28, 1 to 3 p.m. Baton Rouge, Location TBD 31
  32. 32. Research and Discovery Sub-CommitteeNext meeting: February 28, 8 a.m. to noon Baton Rouge, Location TBD 32
  33. 33. Finance and Revenue and Operationsand Technology Sub-CommitteesNext Meetings: Commercialization and Technology Transfer Task Force  February 27, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. – LSUS, Location TBD Streamlining Procedures, Rules and Regulations Task Force  March 6, 10 a.m. to noon – Baton Rouge, Location TBD Technology Task Force  February 21, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. – 212 Efferson Hall, LSU Administrative Services Task Force  February 21, 10 a.m. to noon – 212 Efferson Hall, LSU Revenue Generation Task Force  February 21, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. – 212 Efferson Hall, LSU External Affairs Task Force  March 13, 1 to 2:30 p.m. – Baton Rouge, Location TBD 33
  34. 34. Student Experience Sub-CommitteeNext meeting: February 19, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Lod Cook Alumni Center, Abell Board Room 34
  35. 35. ADJOURNMENTPresident Jenkins

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