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SUNYin Cuba:
NewYork State Trade Mission and Beyond
Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher
SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015
April 11, 2015 - Obama and Castro first meeting since December
announcement of restored diplomatic relations.
Embarking on the trip in a Jet Blue
I Love New York plane.
NY Press gaggle.
Historic landing on Cuban soil.
Giving equal time to our New York teams!
Governor Cuomo meets with Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel
Cuba/New York Business Roundtable
Cuban Press gaggle.
Meanwhile, across town…
Sharing student experiences in Cuba.
A surprise encounter!
University Partnership
SUNYin Cuba:
NewYork State Trade Mission and Beyond
Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher
SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015
Focusing on Completion:
SUNY’s Greatest Challenge
?
?
?
Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher
SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015
FIRST IN THE
WORLD
ACCOUNTABILITY
“We’re in a tricky,
troubling spot. At
a time when our
nation’s ability to
tackle complicated
policy problems is
seriously...
“We must make
college practical but
not excessively so,
lower its price without
lowering its standards,
and increase the
n...
“If only—if only—we
would come together
on a national strategy
to enhance and expand
all our natural advantages;
more immi...
systemness	
  [ˈsɪs-­‐təm-­‐nəss]	
  n	
  
	
  
1.the	
  coordination	
  of	
  multiple	
  components	
  	
  
that	
  when...
THE WHOLE IS
GREATER THAN THE
SUM OF ITS PARTS
COLLECTIVE
IMPACT
A + C = SCOMPLETIONACCESS SUCCESS
ACCESS COMPLETION SUCCESS
Next Generation
Job Linkage
UNIVERSAL
Educational
Opportunity
Centers
E C H S
Seamless
Transfer
...
In New York, for every
100 ninth grade students…
73 students graduate from
high school four years later…
51 students immed...
ACCESS COMPLETION SUCCESS
Next Generation
Job Linkage
UNIVERSAL
Educational
Opportunity
Centers
E C H S
Seamless
Transfer
...
Our Digital DNA
Campus and
system-wide
initiatives and
supportsStudent
supports
24/7 service
hotline
Online
academic
tutor...
ACCESS COMPLETION SUCCESS
Next Generation
Job Linkage
UNIVERSAL
Educational
Opportunity
Centers
E C H S
Seamless
Transfer
...
SUNY Works
•  Co-op Placements
•  Internships
•  Work Study
•  Clinical Placements
SUNY Serves
•  Service Learning
•  Comm...
COLLECTIVE
IMPACT
Four Pillars for Collective Impact
Pillar 2:
Identifying
Shared Goals
Pillar 3:
Evidence-Based
Decisions
Pillar 4:
Sustain...
•  Bonded Capital
•  Would support physical infrastructure needs$55.0M: NY-SUNY 2020
•  Would support new program developm...
“If only—if only—we
would come together
on a national strategy
to enhance and expand
all our natural advantages;
more immi...
WE’RE THAT CLOSE.
“
Focusing on Completion:
SUNY’s Greatest Challenge
Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher
SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015
SUNYCUAD 2015 Keynote
SUNYCUAD 2015 Keynote
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SUNYCUAD 2015 Keynote

  1. 1. SUNYin Cuba: NewYork State Trade Mission and Beyond Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015
  2. 2. April 11, 2015 - Obama and Castro first meeting since December announcement of restored diplomatic relations.
  3. 3. Embarking on the trip in a Jet Blue I Love New York plane.
  4. 4. NY Press gaggle.
  5. 5. Historic landing on Cuban soil.
  6. 6. Giving equal time to our New York teams! Governor Cuomo meets with Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel
  7. 7. Cuba/New York Business Roundtable
  8. 8. Cuban Press gaggle.
  9. 9. Meanwhile, across town…
  10. 10. Sharing student experiences in Cuba.
  11. 11. A surprise encounter!
  12. 12. University Partnership
  13. 13. SUNYin Cuba: NewYork State Trade Mission and Beyond Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015
  14. 14. Focusing on Completion: SUNY’s Greatest Challenge ? ? ? Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015
  15. 15. FIRST IN THE WORLD
  16. 16. ACCOUNTABILITY
  17. 17. “We’re in a tricky, troubling spot. At a time when our nation’s ability to tackle complicated policy problems is seriously in doubt, we must pull off a delicate balancing act.
  18. 18. “We must make college practical but not excessively so, lower its price without lowering its standards, and increase the number of diplomas attained without diminishing not only their currency in the job market, but also the fitness of the country’s work force.” -FrankBruni
  19. 19. “If only—if only—we would come together on a national strategy to enhance and expand all our natural advantages; more immigration, more post-secondary education, better infrastructure, more government research, smart incentives for spurring millions of start- ups… nobody could touch us.” - Tom Friedman
  20. 20. systemness  [ˈsɪs-­‐təm-­‐nəss]  n     1.the  coordination  of  multiple  components     that  when  working  together  create  a  network     of  activity  that  is  more  powerful  than  any     action  of  individual  parts  on  their  own.  
  21. 21. THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS
  22. 22. COLLECTIVE IMPACT
  23. 23. A + C = SCOMPLETIONACCESS SUCCESS
  24. 24. ACCESS COMPLETION SUCCESS Next Generation Job Linkage UNIVERSAL Educational Opportunity Centers E C H S Seamless Transfer Educational Opportunity Program V.E.T.S. TeachNY Powered by SUNY Diversity Task Force
  25. 25. In New York, for every 100 ninth grade students… 73 students graduate from high school four years later… 51 students immediately enter college… 37 students are still enrolled in their second year… and 23 students graduate with either an associate’s degree within three years or a bachelor’s degree within six years. Access: Cradle to Career
  26. 26. ACCESS COMPLETION SUCCESS Next Generation Job Linkage UNIVERSAL Educational Opportunity Centers E C H S Seamless Transfer Educational Opportunity Program V.E.T.S. TeachNY Powered by SUNY Diversity Task Force
  27. 27. Our Digital DNA Campus and system-wide initiatives and supportsStudent supports 24/7 service hotline Online academic tutoring Library and open educational resources Student computer program Academic initiatives Lab for new models in teaching and learning Affordable broadband for NYS Revenue And cost models Universal sign-on Online readiness assessment Policy architecture Open SUNY NY State SUNY Prior learning assessment High-needs disciplines General education Signature SUNY programs Skill remediation Offerings powered by Open SUNY Open SUNY infrastructure Educational resources Competency- based learning Credit- bearing third-party content Open SUNY Global ePortfolio Open- SUNY.edu navigator Credits and financial aid across campuses Student services hotline Experiential learning Exploration course Student online experience Faculty supports Research & innovation Faculty professional development in online education Course supports Community of practice Competency development Open SUNY Learning Commons 24/7 service hotline Institutional pathways & readiness Student concierge Potential students Monitoring and continuous improvement Stakeholder engagement and commu- nications Funders and partners Complete SUNY IT enablers Legal and compliance policies Identification & verification Workforce development
  28. 28. ACCESS COMPLETION SUCCESS Next Generation Job Linkage UNIVERSAL Educational Opportunity Centers E C H S Seamless Transfer Educational Opportunity Program V.E.T.S. TeachNY Powered by SUNY Diversity Task Force
  29. 29. SUNY Works •  Co-op Placements •  Internships •  Work Study •  Clinical Placements SUNY Serves •  Service Learning •  Community Service •  Civic Engagement SUNY Discovers •  Research •  Entrepreneurship •  Field Study •  Experiences Abroad Applied Learning What We’re Doing
  30. 30. COLLECTIVE IMPACT
  31. 31. Four Pillars for Collective Impact Pillar 2: Identifying Shared Goals Pillar 3: Evidence-Based Decisions Pillar 4: Sustaining Success Pillar 1: Convening Key Stakeholders
  32. 32. •  Bonded Capital •  Would support physical infrastructure needs$55.0M: NY-SUNY 2020 •  Would support new program development or adjustments to existing programs $18.0M: Investment and Performance Funding •  Strategic repurposing of existing funding $9.5M: Empire Innovation Program •  Guided and limited investment through cash investment or cost avoidance$9.0M: Enabling Support •  Would be used for innovative or expanded opportunity programs$4.4M: EOP Add •  Strategic and expanded use of existing SUNY loan program $4.1M: Open SUNY Loans “Expanded” InvestmentandPerformanceFund
  33. 33. “If only—if only—we would come together on a national strategy to enhance and expand all our natural advantages; more immigration, more post-secondary education, better infrastructure, more government research, smart incentives for spurring millions of start- ups… nobody could touch us.” - Tom Friedman in New York State & across the country increased access, greater completion, and universal success…
  34. 34. WE’RE THAT CLOSE. “ Focusing on Completion: SUNY’s Greatest Challenge Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher SUNYCUAD • June 3, 2015

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