Innovation in Higher Education                                               March 22, 2012© 2011 University of Central Mi...
Critical Elements        • Governor Nixon targets strategic objectives to transform          Missouri’s economy.        • ...
Missouri Innovation Campus                                    Objectives      The Missouri Innovation Campus creates vital...
Achieving the Strategic Plan for Economic Growth© 2011 University of Central Missouri                 4ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Missouri Innovation Campus                                      THE BIG GOAL        UCM will build student-centered educat...
Strategies to Help Our Community Compete© 2011 University of Central Missouri                     6ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Partners                                            Lee’s Summit Gateway Business Alliance                                ...
PROGRAM DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION                             LEAD FACILITATORS GROUP                    MEMBER             ...
RAPID RESPONSE TEAMS MEMBERSHIPCURRICULUM/ARTICULATION/APPLIED              FINANCE/PUBLIC & PRIVATE            STUDENT AC...
a partnership for the future                        LEES SUMMIT CAMPUS08.09.10
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Missouri innovation campus innovation in higher education - 3-22-12

  1. 1. Innovation in Higher Education March 22, 2012© 2011 University of Central Missouri 1ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  2. 2. Critical Elements • Governor Nixon targets strategic objectives to transform Missouri’s economy. • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education is increasingly recognized as a critical factor in emerging technologies and the creation of “green” jobs. • Public/private partnerships represent essential ties to link student learning to industry needs and future economic potential. • Applied knowledge with civic responsibility in student- centered environment.© 2011 University of Central Missouri 2ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  3. 3. Missouri Innovation Campus Objectives The Missouri Innovation Campus creates vital linkages between education and industry by: 1. Lowering The Cost for students to complete a degree; 2. Accelerating The Time to achieve a college degree; 3. Providing Applied Learning Experiences for students; and 4. Graduating Students With No Debt and Direct Access to a Job© 2011 University of Central Missouri 3ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  4. 4. Achieving the Strategic Plan for Economic Growth© 2011 University of Central Missouri 4ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  5. 5. Missouri Innovation Campus THE BIG GOAL UCM will build student-centered education partnerships with the R-7 Lee’s Summit School District and the Metropolitan Community Colleges to prepare students for emerging jobs in emerging fields in conjunction with opportunities at Exergonix, ProEnergy, Cerner, Honeywell (and other business partners) so that students will have the skills needed to be successful in the 21st Century workforce.© 2011 University of Central Missouri 5ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  6. 6. Strategies to Help Our Community Compete© 2011 University of Central Missouri 6ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  7. 7. Partners Lee’s Summit Gateway Business Alliance Pearl LED Inc. Smith Electric Vehicle© 2011 University of Central Missouri 7ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  8. 8. PROGRAM DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION LEAD FACILITATORS GROUP MEMBER ORGANIZATIONPresident UCMCity Manager CITY OF LEE’S SUMMITTalent Strategist CERNERDirector of Work Force Development DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTPresident METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGES -- LONGVIEWChancellor METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGESSuperintendent R-7 SCHOOLSSenior Policy Advisor GOVERNOR’S OFFICEPresident & Chief Executive Officer EXERGONIXCommissioner MDHEVice President of Renewable Energy Services PRO-ENERGYKEY PARTNERSHIPS/COLLBORATIONS Private Sector Municipal Governments Local Schools Community Colleges University Department of Economic Development 8
  9. 9. RAPID RESPONSE TEAMS MEMBERSHIPCURRICULUM/ARTICULATION/APPLIED FINANCE/PUBLIC & PRIVATE STUDENT ACCESS & LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS SUCCESS/MEASURABLE OUTCOMESPAUL LONG – MCC TUESDAY STANLEY – MCC TUESDAY STANLEY – MCCDEBBIE GOODALL – MCC MARGARET BOYD – MCC FRED GROGAN – MCCRUSTY MONHOLLON – MDHE BILL THORNTON – MDHE RUSTY MONHOLLON - MDHEJOHN SMELTZER – PRO-ENERGY PAUL WAGNER (ALT.) – MDHE BILL THORNTON (ALT.) – MDHEGEORGE WILSON – UCM JOHN MERRIGAN – UCM GEORGE WILSON – UCMALICE GREIFE – UCM SUSAN BROCKHAUS – UCM ALICE GREIFE – UCMKYLE PALMER – UCM ROGER BEST – UCM KYLE PALMER – UCMPAM HOYER – UCM TOM KURUCZ – R-7 SCHOOLS PAM HOYER – UCMLEIGH ANN BLUNT– UCM ELAINE METCALF – R-7 SCHOOLS LEIGH ANN BLUNT – UCMMIKE WRIGHT – UCM ANDY ANDERSON - R-7 SCHOOLS MIKE GRELLE – UCMSTAN ELLIOTT – R-7 SCHOOLS MIKE DOWNING – DED MIKE WRIGHT – UCMELAINE METCALF – R-7 SCHOOLS JON NIXON – EXERGONIX ELAINE METCALF – R-7 SCHOOLSDAVE SHARP - R-7 SCHOOLS STEVE ARBO – CITY OF LEE’S SUMMIT DON ANDREWS – R-7 SCHOOLSJULIE GIBSON – DED JEFF BANHART – R-7 SCHOOLSTROY TEAGUE – CERNER SONAL HATE – DEDDON NISSANKA – EXERGONIX LAURA EVANS – CERNERLORI WORTH – CITY OF LEE’S SUMMIT VINCE ARDITO - EXERGONIXDOUG KING – DST SYSTEMSRON GIER - SPRINT Industry Faculty / Instructor / Teacher Higher Ed Administrator/Staff K-12 Administrator / Staff Government
  10. 10. a partnership for the future LEES SUMMIT CAMPUS08.09.10

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