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Title: Strategic Plan Progress Report


1
Strategic Plan Progress Report
  • 1999-2000
  • University of Kentucky

We aspire to enhance the University of Kentuckys
stature as one of the nations great universities
2
Purpose of this Report
  • Report second year of progress in relation to
    baseline measures
  • Focus and guide planning and budgeting efforts
  • Provide information for use in administrative
    decision-making
  • Act as a yardstick against which we evaluate
    success

3
Indicator 1. Have ten or more target of
opportunity research and graduate education
programs and/or professional programs ranked in
the top 20 or the top quartile of public research
universities as measured by ratings of individual
disciplines, scholarly productivity, citation
ranking, extramural support, reputational
ratings, or other suitable measures.
Ranking Top Programs Source/Comparison Group
Top Quartile Top 20 Top 20 Top 20 Top 20 Top Quartile Top 3 Top Quartile Top 20 Toxicology Spanish Geography Anatomy Pharmacology Physiology Pharmacy Martin School Elementary Education NRC / all NRC / public NRC / public NIH / public NIH / public NIH / all U.S. News World Report / all U.S. News World Report / all U.S. News World Report / public
4
Indicator 2. Strengthen the institutional
commitment to the first professional degree
programs to continue and enhance their national
standing.
  • Pharmacy is ranked 3rd in the nation out of 81
    pharmacy programs (U.S. News World Report)
  • Law is ranked in the 2nd tier (top 50-100) of 174
    accredited law schools (U.S. News World Report)
  • Medicine is ranked 35th of 64 public medical
    schools (NIH funding)
  • Dentistry is ranked 12th of 55 dental schools
    (American Dental Association 1998-99 Survey)

5
? Indicator 3. Improve UKs position among U.S.
public research universities (based on NSF
ranking) from 46th to 40th.
6
? Indicator 4. Increase research and development
support to 145 million per year.
7
Indicator 5. Seek state support for the
sustained financial commitment necessary to
achieve the goals established for the University
in HB1.
  • The 2000-2002 Commonwealth Budget
  • Provides additional RCTF funding of 66.7 million
    for matching
  • Includes state funding of 39 million to support
    a new 65 million Biomedical Sciences Research
    Building

8
? Indicator 6. Increase by 15 the number of
graduate student publications in refereed
journals, presentations at professional meetings,
and/or earned recognition for juried creative
products.
Type 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 GOAL
Publications Presentations Projects TOTAL 470 832 3 1305 479 930 14 1423 482 1113 10 1605 541 957 4 1502
9
Indicator 7. Increase by 10 the number of
national and international awards earned by
faculty and students for their scholarly
research, teaching, and/or service.
Type 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 GOAL
Faculty Students TOTAL 295 32 327 313 29 342 325 35 360
10
Indicator 8. Increase to 40 the number of
entering freshmen on the Lexington Campus/Medical
Center who score 26 and above on the ACT (or
equivalent on SAT).
11
Indicator 9. Improve to 55 the percentage of
full-time undergraduate students (first-time
degree-seeking freshmen) who earn a baccalaureate
degree within six years of matriculation.
12
Indicator 10. Maintain faculty salaries and
benefits at a level competitive with comparable
institutions.
Benchmark Institutions
UK 91.5 of Benchmark Median
Benchmark Institutions
UK 93.5 of Benchmark Median
13
Indicator 11. Maintain staff salaries and
benefits at a level competitive with comparable
institutions, or the local market as appropriate.
  • Recent efforts include
  • Annual salary range adjustments made
  • Accidental death/dismemberment maximum375,000
  • Flexible spending account maximum4,000
  • Medical insurance credit increased by 11.3

14
Indicator 12. Increase the number of graduate
degrees by 10.
15
? Indicator 13. Add 40 faculty positions, to
include at least 25 endowed chairs, and endow at
least an additional 25 professorships to
strengthen research and education initiatives.
POSITIONS As of 6/30/98 As of 4/30/99 As of 2/29/00 2001 2002 GOAL
Endowed Chairs Professorships 23 52 59 112 67 128 48 77
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Indicator 14. Simplify and improve the
University Studies Program (USP).
  • Recent events include
  • University Senate passed proposal to simplify the
    Humanities and Natural Science requirements
  • Proposals to revise the cross-cultural and
    cross-disciplinary requirements were defeated
  • USP Committee will devote all of 2000-01 to a
    complete review of the requirements

17
Indicator 15. Revise and enhance the degree
audit system to assist in timely and accurate
student advising.
  • During 1999-2000
  • Continued ongoing process of improving degree
    audit system
  • Programming underway to create a more
    user-friendly system
  • General education requirements for LCC now built
    into the system

18
Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and
persistence goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
Resident AA Undergraduates 6.1 Goal 7.0
1st-to-2nd year AA Retention 80.1 Goal 77.6 ?
Resident AA Grad Students 5.9 Goal 5.3 ?
AA in Exec/Admin/Mngr 3.8 Goal 5.0
Women in Exec/Admin/ Mngr 38 Goal 41
AA in Faculty Positions 3.3 Goal 4.0
Women in Faculty Positions 29.8 Goal 31.0
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Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and
persistence goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
20
Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and
persistence goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
?
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Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and persistence
goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
? EO Goal 3. Increase the percentage of
resident African-American graduate students in
the University System to 5.3.
  • Baseline 4.7
  • Goal 5.3
  • Fall 1999 5.9

22
Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and
persistence goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
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Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and
persistence goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
AA Goal 2. Increase the percentage of women in
executive, administrative, and managerial
positions to 41.0 in the University System and
in Lexington Community College (?).
Year University System
1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 38 40 41 41 39
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Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and
persistence goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
(?)
25
Indicator 16. Meet the enrollment and
persistence goals of the Kentucky Plan for Equal
Opportunities in Higher Education and the
employment goals of the University Affirmative
Action Plan.
(?)
26
Indicator 17. Develop a plan for enhanced
University participation in international
cooperative projects.
  • Process to develop long-term plan for
    international activities is in progress.
  • Max Kade German House nearly complete
  • Recent activities involved the University of
    Burgundy, Changsha University in China, and Zayed
    University in United Arab Emirates
  • Over 300 students participated in study abroad
    programs

27
Indicator 18. Ensure that at least 50 of the
sections in lower division courses and 65 of the
lower division credit hours are taught by
full-time faculty.
28
Indicator 19. Ensure that all departments with
teaching assistants have a teaching assistant
development/preparing future faculty program.
Level 98-99 (N46) 99-00 (N42) 00-02 01-02 GOAL
Developmental Preparing Future Faculty 23.9 6.5 26.2 4.8 100 100
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?Indicator 20. Implement a requirement that all
baccalaureate students declare a major by
completion of 60 credit hours.
  • Approved by Senate in October 1998
  • Effective in fall 1999
  • Desired outcomes will be monitored in the future

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?Indicator 21. Increase student satisfaction in
targeted areas, as determined by periodic
assessments.
Targeted Areas Average Ratings Average Ratings Average Ratings
Targeted Areas Spring 97 (Baseline) Spring 00 Spring 03 (Goal)
Living conditions in residence halls 4.26 4.31 gt4.26
Computer labs 4.42 5.81 gt4.42
Racial harmony 4.45 4.85 gt4.45
Library resources and services 4.69 5.81 gt4.69
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Indicator 22. Seek funding to add/or
substantially renovate 400,000 square feet of
research-related space.
Facility Sq Ft Status
Mechanical Engineering Bldg 100,000 Under Construction
Aging/Allied Health Phase II 175,000 Under Construction
Ag. Plant Science Facility 100,000 Under Construction
Animal Sci Research Ctr Ph 1 211,000 Complete
Gill Heart Institute 108,000 Under Construction
Biomedical Sci Research Bldg 220,000 Authorized
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Indicator 23. Seek funding to substantially
modernize 100,000 square feet of
instruction-related space.
33
Indicator 24. Improve the University Libraries
ranking among public research libraries from 32nd
to 28th.
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Indicator 25. Complete installation of the
campus network to on-campus faculty offices,
laboratories, and classrooms, and to student
residence halls.
  • Percent of faculty with connections increased
    from 80 to 84
  • 6,000 residence hall connections completed
  • Internet hits increased from 26.4 million in
    October 1998 to 41.2 million in October 1999

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Indicator 26. Continue the implementation of the
comprehensive plan to provide state-of-the-art
academic computing for students and facilitate
effective applications of such new technologies
in teaching and learning.
  • 75 wireless laptops in William T. Young Library
  • Over 2,000 NETg
  • user ids issued
  • Enrollment in programs delivered through
    technology over 5,000

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? Indicator 27. Engage the entire UK community
in celebrating the milestone of 50 years of
African-Americans at UK and use this celebration
as an accelerator for future progress toward
greater diversity..
  • Fifty Years of the UK African-American Legacy
    published
  • Most outstanding African-American alumni
    recognized
  • Archbishop Tutu address
  • 4 African-Americans inducted into Alumni Hall of
    Fame
  • 1st African American SGA President

37
Indicator 28. Complete the infrastructure
construction for a total of 330 acres and have an
inventory of 26 lots available for lease or
leased at the Coldstream Research Campus.
Progress (Timeframe) Infrastructure Completed Lots Available or Leased
Previous (1993-97) Baseline (1997-98) Phase I (1998-99) Phase II (late 2000) GOAL 35 acres 66 159 300 330 3 5 13 27 26
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? Indicator 29. Facilitate at least five new
start-up ventures in the Commonwealth based on
the intellectual property of University personnel.
  • Four start-ups in 1998-99
  • Three more in 1999-2000
  • Carbon Solutions, Inc.
  • The Lexington Carbon Company, L.L.C.
  • New Ace Research Company, Inc.

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Indicator 30. Expand and support partnerships
between the Lexington Community College and the
Lexington Campus/ Medical Center and the other
community colleges, and their corporate and small
business partners to develop new technical
programs responsive to the economic development
priorities and workforce needs of communities
across the Commonwealth.
1998-99 (Baseline) 1999-00
Total Partnerships Established Under Discussion 16 6 20 18
Technical Programs Established In Development 12 3 12 4
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? Indicator 31. Develop and implement a
proactive marketing and communications plan that
clearly presents to the proper audiences locally,
nationally, and internationally, the progress the
University is making toward achieving top 20
public research institution status.
  • Marketing campaign implemented
  • Impact second only to Nike in recall
  • Received 5 honors at Addy awards
  • Received 8 awards from CASE

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? Indicator 32. Establish priorities and goals
for a capital campaign guided by the Strategic
Plan, a top priority of which will be meeting any
match required to receive funds from the Council
on Postsecondary Education Research Challenge
Trust Fund.
  • Working with campaign consultants
  • Over 1,200 major gift prospects identified
  • GOAL 400 million
  • Public campaign announcement set for September
    2000
  • Successfully matched first 66.7 million RCTF
  • Additional 66.7 million RCTF for 2000-2002

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Indicator 33. Use the research-based
intellectual resources of UK as a land grant
university in addressing the priority needs of
the Commonwealth through enhanced outreach
programs.
  • Appalachia Cancer Network (Medical Center)
  • Center for School Safety (Education)
  • Master Logger Program (Agriculture)
  • Rogers Scholars Program (Engineering)
  • Kentucky Smile Curriculum (Dentistry)
  • Center on Drug Alcohol Abuse (RGS)

43
Indicator 34. Increase private donations to at
least 60 million per year.
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Indicator 35. Increase the Universitys
endowment to at least 400 million.
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Indicator 36. Implement a plan to acquire,
install, operate, and support state-of-the-art
administrative and management information systems.
  • Recommendation to replace systems put forth in
    February 1999
  • RFP issued in November 1999
  • Responses received from three firms
  • Evaluation of proposals in progress

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Indicator 37. Enhance the professional
development opportunities offered by the
University for staff employees and increase staff
participation in these programs.
  • Results from 1998-99 were --
  • 1,308 participants in Employee Education Program
  • 1,536 enrolled in NETg courses
  • 174 UKadvance participants attended quarterly
    workshops
  • 531 enrolled in Operation Educate

47
Summary of Progress
  • 10 of 37 indicators, representing accomplishments
    in all mission areas, have been achieved
  • Consistent improvement toward the goals was
    evident on 20 indicators

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Strategic Plan Progress Report
  • 1999-2000
  • University of Kentucky

We aspire to enhance the University of Kentuckys
stature as one of the nations great universities
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