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Title: THE STATE


1
The College of Arts Sciences
  • THE STATE
  • OF THE
  • COLLEGE

Fall 2007
2
Students
3
OU-Norman On-Campus Enrollment Summary - Fall 07
vs Fall 06
4
Enrollment Summary Fall 07 vs. Fall 06
5
  • ENROLLMENT BY HEADCOUNT

Norman Campus vs. Arts Sciences
6
Change in Total Enrollment
23,126
19,683
17.5
42.8
8,555
5,991
7
Change in Undergraduate Enrollment
18,879
25.1
15,088
7,159
4,599
55.7
8
First-time Freshmen OU vs OSU
9
First-time Freshmen OU vs OSU
OU 3883
Total Freshmen
10
First-time Freshmen OU vs OSU
OU 3883
Total Freshmen
OSU 3209
11
First-time Freshmen OU vs OSU
OU 3883
Total Freshmen
OSU 3209
OU 2576
OK Resident Freshmen
12
First-time Freshmen OU vs OSU
OU 3883
Total Freshmen
OSU 3209
OU 2576
6.8
OSU 2490
6.6
OK Resident Freshmen
13
Number of Oklahoma High School Graduates
14
First-time Freshmen OU vs OSU
Oklahoma Resident Freshmen
15
First-time Freshmen OU vs OSU
Resident Nonresident Freshmen
16
OU Nonresident Enrollment
28.8
17
OU Nonresident Enrollment
33.9
18
2007 Freshman Class
  • Largest in OUs history
  • 33 in top 10 of H.S. graduating class
  • 67 in top 25 of H.S. graduating class
  • 23.8 minority
  • 53.3 female

19
New First-time Freshmen ACT Scores
OU
AS
  • Fall 95 24.0
  • Fall 97 24.5
  • Fall 99 24.5
  • Fall 00 24.8 26.0
  • Fall 01 25.0 25.8
  • Fall 02 25.4 25.6
  • Fall 03 25.8 26.5
  • Fall 04 25.8 26.5
  • Fall 05 25.8 26.9
  • Fall 06 25.6 26.6
  • Fall 07 25.6 26.2

20
National Merit Scholars
  • Year OU AS COE CFA PCB JMC UC
  • 2000 163 56 47 6 10 35
  • 2001 129 39 47 5 8 22
  • 2002 175 50 57 6 10 35
  • 2003 182 60 48 10 6 5 42
  • 2004 169 63 40 4 9 6 37
  • 2005 147 67 29 7 7 5 24
  • 2006 137 46 29 13 4 10 30
  • 2007 174 64 36 4 13 8 36

National Merit Scholars in AS 431
21
  • AS UNDERGRADUATE
  • ENROLLMENT BY MAJOR

Fall 07
22
Fall 07 AS Undergraduate Enrollment By Major
(Top 10)
  • Zoology .. 902 0.0
  • Psychology. 771 - 4.8
  • Sociology ... 625 - 10.3
  • Health Exercise Science 476 6.0
  • Political Science 470 - 7.7
  • Microbiology . 386 - 6.1
  • Biochemistry... 363 38.5
  • Internat. Area Studies .. 315 - 3.7
  • History ... 308 4.8
  • English ... 294 - 3.9

23
Fall 07 AS Undergraduate Enrollment By Major
(11-20)
  • Human Relations 266 13.2
  • Communication 257 1.6
  • Letters ... 230 - 3.4
  • Economics .. 217 - 8.4
  • Film Video Studies 166 0.0
  • Anthropology . 148 1.4
  • Undecided .. 141 2.2
  • Math 140 - 7.9
  • Spanish 136 - 8.7
  • Social Work 117 15.8

24
Fall 07 AS Undergraduate Enrollment By Major
(21-30)
  • Chemistry 97 - 42.9
  • AS Planned Program .. 83 12.2
  • Philosophy 70 - 23.1
  • Physics .. 59 13.5
  • Linguistics 55 14.6
  • Classical Culture. 53 43.2
  • Religious Studies . 52 - 20.0
  • French .. 39 - 17.0
  • Public Affairs Admin. . 38 11.8
  • Botany .. 35 - 7.9

25
Fall 07 AS Undergraduate Enrollment By Major
(31-40)
  • Information Studies 35 - 22.2
  • Native American Studies 35 - 18.8
  • Chinese.. 22 120.0
  • Astrophysics. 21 - 22.2
  • AFAM .. 21 - 4.5
  • German 21 10.5
  • Russian .... 18 - 25.0
  • Womens Studies 12 20.0
  • Astronomy... 9 80.0
  • Ethics Religion 5 25.0

26
  • AS GRADUATE
  • ENROLLMENT

Fall 07
27
Graduate Enrollment
OU
3597
3493
3.0
1396
1312
6.4
AS
28
Fall 06 AS Graduate Enrollment
Major
Major
Total
Total
  • Human Relations 1,145
  • Interdisc. Int. Rel. 402
  • Political Science 321
  • Social Work 206
  • SLIS 205
  • Chem. Biochem. 113
  • Communication 105
  • Economics 104
  • Psychology 99
  • Mathematics 74
  • English 67
  • Anthropology 61
  • Botany Micro. 60
  • Physics 53
  • History 53
  • Zoology 45
  • Sociology 41
  • Philosophy 32
  • MLLL 30
  • HES 28
  • Hist. of Science 19
  • IAS 13
  • NAS 9

29
Graduation Rates
30
OU Degrees Conferred
Undergraduate 6-yr. Graduation Rate 1993
freshmen 48.2 2000 freshmen 58.8
5659
31
Faculty
32
AS Searches Initiated in 2006-2007
  • Searches to fill vacant positions .. 23
  • Searches to fill new positions . . . . . . . 37
  • Tenure/Tenure Track 30
  • Norman 29
  • Tulsa 1
  • Renewable Term 7
  • Ranked 1
  • Non-Ranked 6

TOTAL SEARCHES 60
NEW HIRES 53
33
Change in Permanent Faculty Fall 06 to Fall 07
  • Fall 06 Faculty.. 466
  • Resignations 5
  • Retirements. 6
  • Deaths . 1
  • New Hires 53
  • Fall 07 Faculty.... 507

Net Change 41
34
Change in Permanent Faculty
507
45 increase!
350
35
Change in Permanent Faculty
507
441
T/TT
350
36
Change in Permanent Faculty
507
441
T/TT
350
RT
66
0
Increase of 157 Permanent Faculty since 1996!
37
Changes in Students vs Permanent Faculty
507
350
38
Changes in Students vs Permanent Faculty
507
Faculty 45
8555
Students 33
350
6449
39
Composition of the AS Faculty
  • Permanent Faculty 507
  • Temporary Instructional Faculty 300
  • Graduate Teaching Assistants 569
  • Undergraduate Teaching Assistants 71

Total Instructional Staff 1450
40
AS Searches Approved for Fall 2008
  • Searches to fill vacant lines 12
  • Tenure/Tenure Track 11
  • Endowed Chair 1
  • Searches to fill new lines . 9
  • Tenure/Tenure Track 3
  • Endowed Chair 2
  • Endowed Professorship 1
  • Tulsa 2 T/TT 1 RT

TOTAL SEARCHES 21
41
  • Tuition Fees
  • FY08

42
Changes in Tuition and Fees
Undergraduates
43
  • Salary Increases

44
AS Salary IncreasesFY 07-08
  • Faculty and Staff 3.0
  • 1,133,083
  • GA Pool Increase 3.0

45
  • Grants Contracts

46
AS Grants and ContractsExpenditures
21,081,708
47
AS Grants and Contracts Expenditures by
Department (Top 11)
  • Chemistry Biochemistry - 5,686,750
  • Physics Astronomy - 4,587,815
  • Anthropology - 1,155,282
  • Botany Microbiology - 1,462,276
  • Zoology 1,236,309
  • Ctr. for Applied Social Research - 1,181,362
  • Anthropology - 1,155,282
  • Study of Human Op. Perfor. Ctr. - 1,090,920
  • Biological Survey - 946,513
  • Inst. Environmental Genomics 902,314
  • Archeological Survey - 567,586

48
Private Giving
49
Private GivingFY 07 Annual Giving Programs
  • AS Associates 47,444
  • Department Associates 46,993
  • Telemarketing 143,026
  • Other College Giving 3,169,335
  • Other Department Giving 818,450

Total 4,225,248
50
Private Giving 12 Year History
4,225,248
51
Private Giving FY 07 Major Gifts
  • Steed Estate Sooner Heritage Scholarships 2,800,0
    00
  • Hudson Family Chair in History 259,095
  • Homer Ramona Paul Unrestricted 100,000
  • LeNorman Religious Studies Scholarship
    100,000
  • Anonymous Religious Studies Scholarships
    50,000
  • Hauger Leadership Scholars Bio Station
    43,500
  • C. Eugene Springer Scholarship in Math
    30,000
  • Paxton Leadership Scholars Scholarship
    30,000

52
Private Giving FY 07 Major Gifts
  • Sidney DeVere Brown Scholarship in History
    25,000
  • AM General Peterson Public Admin. Schol. 20,000
  • Rader Estate Classics 20,000
  • Rader Estate English 20,000
  • Rader Estate History 20,000
  • Burks van der Helm Chemistry Scholarship
    14,380
  • Burks Eli Lilly van der Helm match 14,000
  • Hassler Educational Assistance Program 13,300

53
Private Giving FY 07 Major Gifts
  • Woody Penny Young Scholarship 11,500
  • Jirous Sonic Scholarship 11,500
  • TW Adams Distinguished Alumni Lecture 10,185
  • Fritz Scholarship in English 10,000
  • Astellas Chemistry Faculty Enrichment 10,000
  • Schusterman Family Judaic Studies Program 10,000
  • Jon Withrow Scholarships 10,000
  • Wilson Foundation LIS Scholarship 10,000
  • Wofford Leadership Scholars Scholarship 10,000

54
Private GivingFY 08 Annual Giving Programs
  • AS Associates 7,150
  • Department Associates 7,582
  • Telemarketing 59,205
  • Other College Giving 28,674
  • Other Department Giving 123,774

Total YTD 226,385
55
Private Giving FY 08 Major Gifts
  • Ewing Estate Math Scholarship 55,549
  • Peters Scholarship Public Administration
    20,000
  • Cartmell Scholarship Bot/Micro 16,500
  • Anonymous Library Information Studies 15,000
  • Boyd Young/Barrett Scholarship 15,000
  • Delta Foundation Biological Station 15,000
  • Burks van der Helm Scholarship Chem/Biochem
    14,836
  • Eli Lilly Burks van der Helm Match 14,380

56
Second Century Scholarship Campaign
  • In recognition of Oklahomas centennial
  • Part of Universitys 100 million Campaign for
    Scholarships
  • AS Goal
  • 100 new scholarships (30 endowed)
  • 1.5 million ?? 2.007 million

57
Second Century Scholarship Campaign Fall 07
  • 1,511,403 at 2007 Kaleidoscope Evening
  • 1.816 million raised to date
  • More than 840 gifts and pledges
  • 45 new endowed scholarships across the college
  • 20 Second Century Scholarships awarded
  • Every AS Leadership Scholar who demonstrated
    need received an endowed scholarship.

58
AS Scholarships FY 07
174 college scholarships worth 242,000
awarded to sophomores, juniors, seniors and
graduate students
College-wide 572,265 in scholarships and awards
to 502 students
59
Faculty Student Support FY 07 Private
College Funds
  • Category
    Amount Number
  • Faculty Travel 127,400 (169)
  • Student Travel 28,515
  • Speakers 33,681 (24)
  • Awards to Faculty 10,000 (5)
  • Faculty Enrichment Support 139,960 (137)
  • Junior Faculty Fellowship 162,000 (27)
  • Faculty/Dept. Computing 141,326 (17)
  • Student Support 2,000
  • 644,882

60
Private Sector Outreach
61
Private Sector Outreach
Connecting with Employers
  • Internships
  • Employment
  • Private giving

62
Career Services
  • AS - Career Services Partnership
  • AS first college to allow students to register
    with Career Services at no additional cost
  • More than 900 students registered this semester,
    ahead of last years pace for 1,400
  • Counselor in Career Services working specifically
    with AS students
  • Career Planning Class

63
Preparing AS Graduates
  • Minors
  • Enterprise Studies
  • International Enterprise Studies
  • Nonprofit Organizational Studies

64
Private Sector Outreach Recruiting Recruiters
2007 RECRUITERS DAY PROGRAM Penloyd
LLC Dell Moore Norman Technology
Center Target Greater OKC Chamber of
Commerce Farmers Insurance Oklahoma Office of
Personnel Management Oklahoma Department of
Corrections Williams Company Leader
Communications Inc. GEICO Greater OKC Chamber of
Commerce U.S. Army EDS First American Bank Tulsa
Police Department Waddell Reed Financial
Services RiskMetrics Group Oklahoma Medical
Research Foundation Oklahoma Office of Personnel
Management Claimetrics U.S. Army Consolidated
Electrical Distributors Tyler Technologies Hallibu
rton Energy Services Workforce Oklahoma
OESC Oklahoma Federal Bureau of
Investigation Consolidated Electrical
Distributors MetLife Financial Services
Summer 2007 AS Recruiters Day 57 Recruiters 29
Organizations
65
Private Sector Outreach
Non-profit Sector Initiative
  • Non-profit Organizational Studies Minor
  • Partnership with Sarkeys Foundation
  • Student Chapter of American Humanics

66
On-Line Education
67
AS On-line Courses
Semester Courses Sections Enrollment
  • Fall 2001 2 38
  • Fall 2002 6 142
  • Fall 2003 8 16 420
  • Fall 2004 28 51 950
  • Fall 2005 52 75 1415
  • Fall 2006 70 102 1800
  • Fall 2007 79 107 2028

68
Questions Discussion
?
69
  • Kinney-Sugg
  • Award
  • 2007

70
Kinney-Sugg Award 2007
Randy Hewes Department of Zoology
71
  • New Faculty
  • 2007

72
  • AFRICAN AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM
  • MARIA DAVIDSON
  • Ph.D. Duquesne University
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

73
  • ANTHROPOLOGY
  • CECIL LEWIS
  • Ph.D. University of New Mexico
  • Coming from University of Michigan Medical School

74
  • ARCHEOLOGICAL SURVEY
  • SCOTT HAMMERSTEDT
  • Ph.D. Penn State University
  • Coming from University of Tennessee

75
  • ARCHEOLOGICAL SURVEY
  • AMANDA REGNIER
  • Ph.D. University of Alabama
  • Coming from Edwards-Pitman Environmental, Inc.

76
  • ARTS SCIENCES ONLINE PROGRAM
  • SANDRA DICKINSON
  • Ph.D. University of Oklahoma
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

77
  • BOTANY MICROBIOLOGY
  • ANNE DUNN
  • Ph.D. Univ of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Coming from University of Georgia

78
  • BOTANY MICROBIOLOGY
  • ELIZABETH KARR
  • Ph.D. Southern Illinois University
  • Coming from Ohio State University

79
  • CHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY
  • YANG JANA KHANDOGIN
  • Ph.D. University of Minnesota
  • Coming from Scripps Research Institute

80
  • CHEMISTRY BIOCHEMISTRY
  • PAUL SIMS
  • Ph.D. University of Wisconsin
  • Coming from Minot State University

81
  • CLASSICS LETTERS
  • JON HARPER
  • Ph.D. Harvard University
  • Coming from Harvard University

82
  • CLASSICS LETTERS
  • REBECCA HUSKEY
  • Ph.D. University of Iowa
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

83
  • CLASSICS LETTERS
  • STEPHEN WAGNER
  • M.A. University of Pittsburg
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

84
  • COMMUNICATION
  • NORMAN WONG
  • Ph.D. University of Georgia
  • Coming from Univ. of Pennsylvania

85
  • ECONOMICS
  • XIN HUANG
  • Ph.D. Duke University
  • Coming from Duke University

86
  • ECONOMICS
  • DAVID HUDGINS
  • Ph.D. University of Illinois at
    Urbana-Champaign
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

87
  • ECONOMICS
  • CATHERINE TYLER-MOONEY
  • Ph.D. University Of Virginia
  • Coming from University Of Virginia

88
  • ENGLISH
  • ALEXANDER BAIN
  • Ph.D. Rutgers University
  • Coming from California Polytechnic State
    University

89
  • ENGLISH
  • JAMES ZEIGLER
  • Ph.D. University of California, Irvine
  • Coming from Dedman College, Southern Methodist
    University

90
  • FILM VIDEO STUDIES PROGRAM
  • TIMOTHY SHARY
  • Ph.D. University of Massachusetts
  • Coming from Clark University

91
  • HEALTH EXERCISE SCIENCE
  • TRAVIS BECK
  • Ph.D. Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Coming from University
  • of Nebraska-Lincoln

92
  • HISTORY
  • DAVID CHAPPELL
  • Ph.D. University of Rochester
  • Coming from University of Arkansas

93
  • HISTORY
  • JENNIFER DAVIS
  • Ph.D. Penn State University
  • Coming from Furman University

94
  • HISTORY
  • RAPHAEL FOLSOM
  • M.A. New York University
  • Coming from Yale University

95
  • HISTORY
  • GARRET OLBERDING
  • Ph.D. University of Chicago
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

96
  • HISTORY
  • FAY YARBROUGH
  • Ph.D. Emory University
  • Coming from University of Kentucky

97
  • HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  • PIERS HALE
  • Ph.D. Lancaster University, England
  • Coming from Colby College

98
  • HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  • SUZANNE MOON
  • Ph.D. Cornell University
  • Coming from Harvey Mudd College

99
  • HISTORY OF SCIENCE
  • RIENK VERMIJ
  • Ph.D. University of Utrecht
  • Coming from University of Utrecht

100
  • HUMAN RELATIONS
  • SHANNON BERT
  • Ph.D. University of Notre Dame
  • Coming from Georgetown University

101
  • HUMAN RELATIONS
  • ZERMARIE DEACON
  • Ph.D. Michigan State University
  • Coming from Michigan State Univ.

102
  • INTERNATIONAL AREA STUDIES
  • MARK FRAZIER
  • Ph.D. Univ. of California, Berkeley
  • Coming from Lawrence University

103
  • LIBRARY INFORMATION STUDIES
  • STACY ZEMKE
  • M.A. University of Oklahoma
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

104
  • MATHEMATICS
  • JONATHAN KUJAWA
  • Ph.D. University of Oregon
  • Coming from University of Georgia

105
  • MATHEMATICS
  • KIMBALL MARTIN
  • Ph.D. Calif. Institute of Technology
  • Coming from Columbia University

106
  • MODERN LANGUAGES, LITERATURES LINGUISTICS
  • JOSE COLIN
  • Ph.D. University of New Mexico
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

107
  • MODERN LANGUAGES, LITERATURES LINGUISTICS
  • GISELA HEFFES
  • Ph.D. Yale University
  • Coming from Yale University

108
  • NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAM
  • JOE WATKINS
  • Ph.D. Southern Methodist University
  • Coming from Univ of New Mexico

109
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • NEAL JUDISCH
  • Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

110
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • GINGER ELLIOTT-TEAGUE
  • Ph.D. Indiana University
  • Coming from Indiana University

111
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • JONATHAN HAVERCROFT
  • Ph.D. University of Minnesota
  • Coming from University of British Columbia

112
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • HANK JENKINS-SMITH
  • Ph.D. University of Rochester
  • Coming from Texas AM University

113
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SCOTT LAMOTHE
  • Ph.D. Florida State University
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

114
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SHAD SATTERTHWAITE
  • Ph.D. University of Oklahoma
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

115
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • JAMES SHEFFIELD
  • Ph.D. Florida State University
  • Coming from University of Oklahoma

116
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • CAROL SILVA
  • Ph.D. University of Rochester
  • Coming from Texas AM University

117
  • PSYCHOLOGY
  • MAURICIO CARVALLO
  • Ph.D. State Univ of New York at Buffalo
  • Coming from State Univ. of New York at Buffalo

118
  • SOCIAL WORK
  • SUSY VILLEGAS DE CHAVERRI
  • Ph.D. Univ of Texas at Arlington
  • Coming from Public Strategies Inc.

119
  • SOCIAL WORK - TULSA
  • LORI FRANKLIN
  • MSW University of Oklahoma-Tulsa
  • Coming from Family Childrens Services

120
  • SOCIOLOGY
  • ROBERT CLARK
  • Ph.D. Indiana University
  • Coming from Indiana University

121
  • ZOOLOGY
  • BING ZHANG
  • Ph.D. Cornell University
  • Coming from Univ of Texas at Austin

122
Welcome New Faculty!
123
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