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Title: Planning and Building for the Future

University of Minnesota Rochester
Quality, Tradition, Innovation
Planning and Building for the Future
University of Minnesota
  • Established 1851 predated MN statehood
  • Only major research and land-grant higher
    education institution in state
  • One of the few institutions that offers a
    liberal as well as professional education
    including medicine, veterinarian science,
    law, dentistry, and agriculture

University of MinnesotaValue to the State
  • 98 of all sponsored research in the state
  • 7th in nation for total research dollars
  • 9th in nation for PhDs awarded
  • 250 patents in past five years
  • Each dollar of public support generates 16 in
  • Discoveries and Transfer of Innovations Flight
    recorder, Heart lung machine, Heart pacemaker,
    Drug to treat HIV infections, Retractable seat
    belts, 80 new crop varieties, Hundreds of
    cold-hardy plant varieties, Minnesota Multiphasic
    Personality Inventory (MMPI), First open heart

University of Minnesota Commitment to
Southeastern Minnesota
  • Established UM Hormel Institute - Austin 1942
  • Established UM Rochester 1999
  • Established UM Regional Extension Center Office
  • Initiated UM/Mayo biosciences collaboration
  • Center for Advanced Studies with IBM

  • Ed.D./Ph.D.
  • Master of Arts
  • Master of Education
  • Master of Science
  • Masters
  • Baccalaureates

Degree Programs
  • Professional Certificate
  • Administrative Licensure
  • State Licensure
  • Continuing Education

Non-Degree Programs
Graduation Information (2001 2005)
  • Doctoral Degrees . . . . . . . 7
  • Masters Degrees . . . . . . . 159
  • Bachelors Degrees . . . . . . . 36
  • Certificates . . . . . . . 28

UMR Allocation and Tuition
  • Operations 1,847,131
  • Student Tuition 1,771,424
  • Student Fees 45,510
  • Research Grants 147,000
  • UMR Lease (FY04) 111,895
  • Total 3,922,960

UMR Expenses
  • Operations, Salaries, Benefits 1,989,960
  • Tuition sharing with UMTC colleges
  • (442,856 retained at UMR) 1,328,568
  • Research Expenses 147,000
  • UMR Lease (FY04) 111,895
  • Projected Technology Replacement 85,130
  • ITV/Media Services Contract 79,589
  • UCR Shared Expenses 55,747
  • Library Contract 28,268
  • Computer Services Contract 16,486
  • Proposed Network Connections 12,500
  • Library Technology Center Contract 12,529
  • Total 3,867,672

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University Strategic Planning and Positioning
  • Advancing the Public Good
  • Goal To become one of the top 3 public research
    universities in the world in the next decade
  • Equivalent Standard of Excellence for All
  • Unique Mission
  • Strong Signature Programs
  • Strong Institutional Reputation

UMR Direction
  • Rochester is becoming a distinctive University
    branch known for programming in health sciences
    and technology.
  • Advancing the Public Good, Spring 2005

University of Minnesota Rochester Vision
The University of Minnesota Rochester will be a
distinctive branch of the University of Minnesota
providing quality academic programming, research,
and public engagement with emphasis in health
sciences, technology, and related fields.
The University of Minnesota Rochester will
  • Establish itself as the higher education
    institution of choice for employers and students
    pursuing careers in selected health sciences and
    technology professions
  • Continue to provide a strong higher education
    foundation in health professions, technology,
    business, education, and social services
  • Continue to facilitate meeting the educational,
    economic, research, and cultural needs of
    Southeast Minnesota

Working with universities, colleges, and industry
to achieve success.
UMRs Future Direction in Health Sciences and
  • Develop Center for Allied Health Programs
  • Governance by UM Academic Health Center
  • Offer programs in Rochester and Twin Cities
  • Pursue allied health program expansion
    primarilyin Rochester
  • Design with clinical affiliate partnerships

Highlights of the ProposedCenter for Allied
Health Programs
  • Premier undergraduate and graduate programs in
    Rochester attract high ability students from
    Minnesota and nationally
  • Shared curriculum model
  • Collaborative clinical education
  • Joint appointments in education and research
  • Establish feeder programs for graduate studies
  • Transfer eligible from public and private
  • Multiphase development

Development of the ProposedCenter for Allied
Health Programs
Phase I (2005 - 2009)
  • Expand existing programs in nursing, respiratory
    care, and radiation therapy
  • Add programs in clinical lab science,
    radiography, sonography, echocardiography,
    nuclear medicine technology, cytogenetic
  • Shared interdisciplinary, health science courses

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Continued Development of the Proposed Center for
Allied Health Programs
  • Student body of 1700 undergraduate students in
    32 programs
  • Increased research opportunities for both
    graduate and undergraduate students
  • Develop departments of practice services and
    primary sciences
  • Expand the graduate opportunities in Rochester to
    include new programs, fellowships, and research
  • Increase number of site-based faculty

University Vision for the UM Center for Allied
Health Programs
As currently envisioned, the Center would
include existing programs on the Rochester campus
. . . incorporating an innovative hybrid
education model using a combination of distance
learning and experiential education throughout
the state.
Excerpt from July 19, 2005 letter from UM Sr.
Vice President Frank Cerra to the Allied Health
Education Models Task Force
UM Commitment to SE Minnesota
  • Strengthen UM presence and identity in Rochester
  • Become the UM South Bank with strong ties to
    state-wide partnerships
  • Provide baccalaureate and graduate programming
    especially in health sciences and technology
  • Become magnet for attracting students and
  • Serve as a research conduit (technology
    transfer establish institutes)
  • Capitalize on public/private partnerships
  • Focus on students, community, and state

University of Minnesota Rochester
Quality, Tradition, Innovation
Planning and Building for the Future