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Title: Strategies for Excellence: The IPFW Strategic Plan Accomplishments in Year 1: 20012002


1
Strategies for Excellence The IPFW Strategic
PlanAccomplishments in Year 1 2001-2002
2
Overarching Aspects
  • Enrollment
  • Student Profile
  • Financial Aid
  • Selected Gifts
  • Grants and Contracts
  • Peer Comparisons

3
Overarching AspectsEnrollment
  • FTE Students
  • Increased 8 in Fall 2001
  • Increased 8 in Fall 2002
  • Full-Time Students increased 8.5 in Fall 2002
  • Minority enrollment increased from 1041 to 1120
    (9.5 of total) in Fall 2002

4
Overarching AspectsStudent Profile
  • SAT Average increased 4 points in 2002
  • Share of students in upper half of high school
    class increased 2.3 in Fall 2002

5
Overarching AspectsFinancial Aid
  • Total aid increased from 27 million to 33
    million
  • Scholarships and grants increased from 9 million
    to 12 million
  • Loans increased from 16 million to 19 million
  • Employment and fee remissions increased from 1.8
    million to 2.0 million

6
Overarching Aspects Gifts
Total gifts increased from 2,369,394 to
4,823,215
7
Overarching AspectsSelected Gifts
  • Chapman Professor of English - 1 million
  • Rhinehart Lecture Hall in proposed music building
    - 1.5 million
  • Junior Achievement Scholarships - 250,000
  • Omnibus Lecture Series - 250,000
  • Music Building building pledge - 100,000

8
Overarching AspectsGrants and Contracts
Total grants and contracts increased from
2,164,998 to 3,529,951
9
Overarching AspectsGrants and Contracts
  • Frank Paladino, Biology, 1 million from Goldring
    Family Foundation
  • Jay Jackson, Psychology, 176,583, NSF
  • James Farlow, Geosciences, 150,000, NSF
  • Bernie Lohmuller, Cable Channel 56, 137,273,
    Fort Wayne Cable Access Fund
  • Bruce Kingsbury, Biology, 115,020, NSF

10
Overarching AspectsPeer Comparisons
  • 68 Freshman Retention Rate (7th of 14)
  • 18 Average Graduation Rate (14th of 14)
  • Enrollment Management Plan
  • Advance Program with Ivy Tech
  • Increasing Scholarship Support
  • Enrollment Management Plan
  • Writing Center Expansion
  • New positions authorized for 01-02
  • Planning for new positions in 02-03
  • Conversions of part-time faculty to lecturers
  • Supplemental salary allocations for 01-02
  • Planning salary supplement for 02-03
  • Setting new hire salaries above median
  • 76 Full-Time Faculty (12th of 14)
  • Faculty Salaries
  • 64,100 Professors (10th of 13)
  • 51,700 Associate Professor (13th of 13)
  • 45,300 Assistant Professor (13th of 13)
  • 31,100 Instructor (10th of 11)

11
Strategies for Excellence
  • Goals
  • Academic programs
  • Campus environment
  • Scholarly and creative achievements
  • Regional quality of life
  • University improvement

12
Goal 1 Academic Programs
  • New Programs
  • Anthropology
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Public and Environmental Affairs
  • Associate Faculty Conference
  • Area Deans Conference
  • Service Learning initiative
  • Center for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching
    (CELT)
  • Web-based Catalog
  • Web-based Document Delivery
  • Authentication for off-campus access
  • More than 15,000 electronic journals available
  • Reserves Express system upgraded
  • Web-based Public Information Reference Service
  • B. S. in Human Services
  • Education Specialist
  • English as a Second Language Certificates
  • B.A. in Art Education
  • Engineering re-accredited in 2001
  • NCATE visiting this year
  • NASM visiting this year
  • Regular cycle of program reviews
  • Research Certificates
  • Accreditations Program Review
  • Improving Instruction
  • Library services

13
Goal 2 Campus Environment
  • Mens Sports
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Track Field
  • Volleyball
  • Womens Sports
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Tennis
  • Track Field
  • Volleyball
  • Student Housing
  • Diversity in the Curriculum and General Education
  • Celebrations of Black History Month, Hispanic
    Awareness Month, Native-American History Month
  • Minority and international student recruitment
  • 75 recognized student organizations
  • Nearly 1,000 events, meetings, and programs
  • Student leadership development series
  • Personal counseling services
  • Diversity
  • Student Services and Activities
  • Division I Athletics

14
Goal 3 Promote Scholarly and Creative
Achievements
  • Faculty and Students
  • Archaeological Survey
  • Community Research Institute
  • Center for Reptile and Amphibian Conservation and
    Management
  • Center for the Built Environment
  • Community Resources Development Center
  • Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics
  • Behavioral Health and Family Studies Institute
  • IPFW Research Abstracts distributed to inform the
    campus community of IPFW faculty research
  • New Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research and
    new funds for research support/proposal
    development
  • 5th Annual Student Research and Creative Endeavor
    Symposium 53 presentations
  • Frank Paladino named as IPFWs second Schrey
    Professor and named Speaker of the Year by the
    Indiana Academy of Science
  • Hosni Abu-Mulaweh Sigma Zi Researcher of the
    Year
  • Van Coufoudakis Ryan Award for international
    programs
  • Kathy Pollock Named Outstanding Accounting
    Educator by the Indiana CPA Society
  • Eric Baus Won the 2002 Verse Poetry Award
  • Jerome Grant Director of Marketing for Dance
    Theatre of Harlem
  • Centers of Excellence
  • Research Support

15
Goal 4 Regional Quality of Life
  • Partnerships
  • FWCS Everybody Reads and Wallace Readers Digest
    5 million each
  • Fort Wayne Public TV Building
  • Parkview Health Services and Nursing
  • Franklin Electric grant for outreach to schools
    promoting engineering and technology
  • Isaac Knapp Dental Society program and faculty
    support
  • 21st Century Scholar program office moved to
    campus
  • Omnibus Lecture Series (Charlie Trotter, Robert
    F. Kennedy, Jr., Barbara Buhler Lynes, Barbara
    Ehrenreich, Henry Cisneros, P.J. ORourke)
  • Tapestry A Day for Women
  • Soccer Showcase
  • Relay for Life
  • Plogsterth Lecture Series
  • Lego League
  • Public Programs

16
Goal 5 Improving the University
  • Administrative Services
  • Banner Student Information System implemented
  • Financial affairs expanded e-forms services for
    personnel, purchasing, and accounting
  • Help Desk hours extended
  • Internet connections upgraded and building
    re-wiring started
  • Noel-Levitz survey planning for Fall 2002
  • New food court in Walb Union
  • Orientation program with individual advising
    sessions
  • Writing Center expanded
  • Integrated Marketing and Communication Plan
  • Coordinated publications
  • Key themes and messages
  • Student Support
  • Communicating Excellence

17
CommunicatingExcellence
  • Key themes and messages
  • Graphic identity
  • Access to Excellence
  • Access to an excellent education
  • Access to nationally recognized degrees
  • Access to more opportunities
  • Access to a unique experience
  • Access to success
  • Marketing campaign

18
  • One university. Two great names.
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