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Title: State of the University


1
  • State of the University (6)
  • Fall 2008 Incoming Class
  • John F. Carney III
  • December 4, 2008

2
Issues
  • Economic situation
  • Enrollment management
  • Quality measures
  • University advancement
  • Green campus initiatives
  • Recreational facilities
  • Accreditation
  • Administrative services
  • Student affairs
  • Academic affairs
  • ST in the news and upcoming events

3
Economic Situation
  • President Forsee instituted a hiring freeze on
    November 17
  • Contingency planning
  • Nodler/Icet memorandum of 12/1/08

4
State Support vs Student Fees Percent
5
FY 08 Current Fund Revenue
6
  • Enrollment Management

7
Enrollment Goals
  • Achieve 2011 total enrollment of 6,550

8
Freshmen Class Fall 2008
  • One of the largest and most talented new student
    classes in Missouri ST history
  • 1,056 Freshmen enrolled
  • 286 New transfer students enrolled
  • 34 States represented
  • New Hampshire to Alaska
  • 10 Foreign countries represented

9
Freshmen Class Opening Week Profile Fall 2008
  • Avg. ACT 27.4 (upper 10 in nation)
  • Avg. HS GPA 71 have a 3.5 GPA or higher
  • 85 Valedictorians and Salutatorians

10
Freshmen Demographics
  • Women (22.5)
  • Men (77.5)
  • Age 18 years or less (98)
  • 79 Missouri
  • 20 out-of-state
  • 1 international
  • 9.1 minority students
  • 34 first-generation college students

11
Enrollment Summary
  • Since 2004, admission applications have increased
    by 22 and freshman deposits have increased by
    28
  • Currently up 23 for Fall 09
  • Fall 2008 Freshmen class is 45 larger than the
    Freshman class of 2000
  • Managed growth by adding additional
  • class sections
  • student support programs
  • constructing new suite-style residence halls

12
New Tenured/Tenure Track Faculty 2008 hires
  • 36 new hires
  • 12 female
  • 4 in engineering fields
  • 4 in science fields
  • 2 in humanities and arts fields
  • 2 in business
  • 3 new department chairs
  • 2 female
  • Interdisciplinary Engineering
  • Psychological Science

13
Student/Faculty Statistics
  • In 1998 we had 4,987 students and 290
    tenured/tenure track and 213 non-tenure track
    faculty members
  • In 2008 we have 6,371 students and 293
    tenured/tenure track and 212 non-tenure track
    faculty members

14
  • Quality
  • Measures

15
U.S. News High School Guidance Counselors
Rankings
  • 800 guidance counselors from the top high schools
    in the US ranked national universities based on
    their knowledge of the institutions academic
    record, curriculum, faculty, programs, and
    graduates.   

16
U.S. News High School Guidance Counselors
Rankings
  • National Universities
  • Missouri ST is tied for 45th in the nation
  • Missouri ST is ranked 2nd in Missouri
  • Public Universities
  • Missouri ST is ranked 12th in the nation
  • Missouri ST is ranked 1st in Missouri

17
Missouri ST Affordability
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Average parent income 75,607
  • Family incomes below 50,000 30
  • Graduation Statistics
  • Approximate indebtedness 21,000
  • Average 2008 starting salary 57,100

18
  • University Advancement

19
Advancing Excellence Capital Campaign
Progress As of November 30, 2008
20
Advancing Excellence
  • 26 gifts of 1M
  • 31 of our alumni are donors to this campaign
    (34 of all undergraduate alumni)
  • 60 of our alumni have contributed to ST during
    their lifetime. (65 of all undergraduate alumni)

21
Advancing Excellence July 1, 2003 - Present
  • Endowed 100 scholarships
  • Funded the construction/renovation
  • Havener Student Center
  • Toomey Hall Mechanical Aerospace Engineering
  • Student Recreation Center
  • Increased ST endowment by 52 to 99.2M

22
Advancing Excellence Endowed Chairs and
Professorships
  • Five new positions and three upgrades
  • F. Kenneth Iverson Chair of Steelmaking
    Technologies (Nucor)
  • Richard K. Vitek/FCR Endowed Chair in
    Biochemistry
  • Robert W. Abbett Distinguished Chair in Civil
    Engineering
  • Daniel St. Clair Endowed Chair in Computer
    Science
  • Michael Barbara Hurst/McCarthy Building
    Companies Professorship in Construction
  • John Susan Mathes Missouri Chair in
    Environmental Engineering
  • Robert V. Wolf Chair in Metallurgical Engineering
  • Vernon Maralee Jones Missouri Chair in Civil
    Engineering

23
Proud Miner Campaign
  • 48 of ST faculty, staff, and retirees have
    contributed to the campaign and have contributed
    in excess of 3.5M campaign-to-date.

24
Miner Recreation Building
25
Student Design Center Plans Proposed Renovations
26
  • Green Campus Initiatives

27
  • E3 C
  • Energy, the Environment,
  • and Education
  • equals Civilization

28
2008 Hydrogen Road Tour
29
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30
EcoCAR NeXt Challenge
  • In May 2008, Missouri ST was among 17 college
    teams selected for the 3-year EcoCAR competition
  • In November, Missouri ST was selected as one of
    only two teams in North America to receive a
    hydrogen fuel cell powertrain
  • Team has more than 130 members, including more
    than 20 graduate students covering 15 majors

31
Wind Turbine Missouri State Highway Patrol, Troop
I Funding Missouri Office of
Administration Division of Facilities Management,
Design and Construction
32
Green Campus Activities
  • New Institute for Environmental Excellence (IEE)
    Director hired July 2008 - Angie Rolufs
  • Attract outside support and target collaborative
    environmental sustainability research and
    education opportunities
  • Guide collaborative efforts to advance Missouri
    ST as a leader in campus sustainability
  • Green Campus Coordinator hired September 2008 -
    Julie Wilson
  • Lead on-campus environmental activities and
    coordinate events and projects that will involve
    the entire campus and community

33
  • American College and University Presidents
    Climate Commitment

34
Environmental Management 2008 Target Objectives
  • Reduce electrical usage by 4
  • Efficient lighting improvements
  • Monitoring usage per square foot currently
    using 14.67 kw hours
  • Reduce paper usage by 40
  • Working with student groups to implement new
    policies
  • Reduce solid waste by 10
  • Student groups are adopting buildings and
    managing the recycling bins, especially plastic
    bottles

35
  • Recreational Facilities

36
Student Recreation Facilities Referendum
  • With a 63 majority, the student body approved a
    new 30 per student per semester capital fee to
    fund additional renovations of the student
    recreational facilities, including the student
    recreation center, intramural fields, and tennis
    courts
  • Faculty and staff who use the new fitness
    facility will also be assessed a fee of 30 per
    semester

37
General Fitness Complex
38
  • Accreditation

39
ABET Accreditation Visit
  • On campus October 18-21, 2008
  • 16 engineering programs evaluated
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Architectural Engineering
  • Ceramic Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Management
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Geological Engineering
  • Interdisciplinary Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Nuclear Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering

Engineering laboratories and equipment Faculty
size
40
  • Higher Learning Commission of the North Central
    Association of Colleges and Schools

41
Self Study Steering Committee
  • Jerry Bayless
  • Harvest L. Collier
  • Caroline Fisher
  • Ralph E. Flori Jr.
  • Amy M. Gillman
  • Jay W. Goff
  • Larry Dale Gragg
  • Edna Grover-Bisker
  • Thulasi Kumar
  • Wayne Huebner
  • Roberta Morgan
  • Jim Murphy
  • Jia Ren
  • Laura Stoll
  • Henry Allen Wiebe
  • Summer Young

42
NCA Accreditation Visit
  • Missouri ST 2008 Institutional Self Study Report
    is now available on-line at http//accreditation.m
    st.edu.
  • An Open Forum  will be held for students on
    January 28, 2009 from 12-1 PM in 125
    Bulter-Carlton Building. 
  • An Open Forum will be held for faculty and staff
    on January 30, 2009 from 12-1 PM in the Havener
    Center.
  • The NCA Accreditation site visit will take place
    February 23-25, 2009.

43
  • Administrative
  • Services

44
Administrative Services
  • Physical Facilities
  • Campus grounds
  • New buildings
  • University Police
  • Progress toward accreditation by the
    International Association of Campus Law
    Enforcement Agencies

45
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Complex
Dedication April 17, 2009
46
  • Student
  • Affairs

47
Career Opportunities Center
  • 301 employers at fall Career Fair
  • Largest participation in history of University
  • 1 employer for every 20 students
  • Probably the largest career fair in the country

48
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49
Athletics
  • Miners football won the Great Lakes Football
    Conference championship and the Miners had 13
    selections to the all-conference team
  • In November the ST swim team beat Drury
    University, the defending national champions.

50
  • Academic Affairs

51
Planning
  • Strategic Plan
  • FY 2008 - FY2012 available on the web
  • Tactical Plan
  • 2009 Tactical Plan
  • 2008 Tactical Plan Accomplishments
  • http//chancellor.mst.edu/stratplan/

52
Sponsored Programs Activities
  • FY09 activities through the end of November and a
    year-over-year comparison are as follows
  • Proposals awarded in total dollars 25.5M (up
    22.4)
  • Number of proposals awarded and amendments 177
    (up 12)
  • Proposals submitted in total dollars 69.1M
    (down 2.8)
  • Number of proposals submitted 242 (up 6.6)
  • Research expenditures 16.1M (down 6.2)
  • FA recovered 2.9M (up 25.2)

53
Success Stories Research
  • Missouri ST is one of five U.S. universities in
    the NSFs Engineering Research Center for Future
    Renewable Electric Energy Delivery and Management
    (FREEDM) Systems (PI Dr. Mariesa Crow)
  • "Neuroscience and Neural Networks for Engineering
    the Future Intelligence Electric Power Grid" is
    one of four projects awarded by NSF under the
    Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation
    Cognitive Optimization and Prediction From
    Neural Systems to Neurotechnology Program (PI G
    K Venayagamoorthy)

54
Patents 2008 Calendar Year
55
Success Stories Patents (national average review
time for all patents is 41.5 months)
  • Beetner, Sequin and Hubing, Electromagnetic
    Emissions Simulations and Detection Systems
    (allowed in 13 months)
  • Zoughi, Kharkovsky and Stephen, Non-Destructive
    Testing of Physical Characteristics of Composite
    Structures (US Patent 7,439,749 issued in 24
    months)
  • Al-Assadi and Chandrasekhar, Domino Logic
    Testing Systems and Methods (US Patent 7,332,938
    issued in 20 months)

56
System Wide TTO performance Invention Disclosures
57
System Wide TTO performance Patents Filed
58
Global Learning
  • Enrollment has increased from 304 in Fall 2003 to
    603 in Fall 2008
  • 11 graduate degrees are available via the Web
  • We have 33 distance graduate certificate programs
    in 12 different disciplines

59
International Activities
  • Signed 5-year contract with Gulf University of
    Science and Technology in Kuwait
  • Expect to sign new contract with Mazoon College
    in Oman
  • Completed transfer agreement with University of
    Botswana 20 students per year to complete
    junior and senior year in mining engineering

60
  • ST in the News
  • and
  • Upcoming Events

61
ST in the News
  • Sandra Magnus (Phys86, MS EE90) arrived at the
    International Space Station in November for a
    4-month stay
  • While on the ISS, she is posting updates on
    Missouri STs spacebook website,
    http//spacebook.mst.edu

62
ST in the News
  • The Detonators is a new Discovery Channel
    program featuring Missouri ST explosive expert
    Dr. Paul Worsey and ST graduate Dr. Braden Lusk
    of the University of Kentucky
  • The 13-week series begins in January
  • Each hour-long program will offer a
    behind-the-scenes look at the science of
    explosives engineering

63
Commencement December 20
  • Anticipate just under 600 candidates
  • 375 bachelors
  • 200 masters
  • 20 Ph.D.
  • Dr. Joan B. Woodard will be speaker and honorary
    degree recipient
  • Executive Vice President and Deputy Laboratories
    Director for the Nuclear Deterrent at Sandia
    National Laboratories.
  • B.S. and a professional degree in applied
    mathematics from Missouri ST in 1973 and 1999,
    respectively
  • Member of ST Board of Trustees, Campaign
    Organizing Committee, and Engineering Advisory
    Board

64
Board of Curators Meeting/ Board of Trustees
Meeting will be held on Missouri ST campus on
April 2-3, 2009
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