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Title: Board of Regents University of Wisconsin System EDUCATION COMMITTEE


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Board of Regents University of Wisconsin
System EDUCATION COMMITTEE
  • October 4, 2001

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
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EXCELLENCE
  • Our Measure ? Our Motto ? Our Goal

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North Central Accreditation Final Report Spring
2000
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Timeline
May 1997 Steering Committee appointed
Fall 1997 Steering Committee established guidelines for accreditation review and self-study reports identified reports, data and information needed identified sources of reports, data and information
December 1997 June 1998 Department, Unit and Division Five-Year Plans updated reports, data and information provided to Steering Committee
June 1, 1998 Department, Unit and Division Five-Year Plans due
Summer Fall 1998 Self-Study first draft written
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Timeline
(CONT.)
February 1999 Self-Study draft reviewed by Executive Committee of University Senate, University and Student Senators, Directors, Chairs, Deans, Chancellor and Staff copies available in the Library for all faculty, staff and students
March 1999 Self-Study edited draft reviewed by Executive Committee of University Senate, Chancellor and Staff
May 1999 Final edit
June 1999 Self-Study sent to publisher
July 1999 Self-Study submitted to NCA
Sept. 27-29, 1999 Site Team Visit
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NCA Visiting Team
  • Dr. Susan T. Rydell, Dean, First College,
    Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN
    Chairperson
  • Dr. Robert D. Arbuckle, President, Lake Superior
    State University, Sault Ste. Marie, MI
  • Dr. John W. Byrd, Vice President for Student
    Affairs, University of Southern Indiana,
    Evansville, IN
  • Dr. George W. Earley, Director of the Graduate
    School and Director of Assessment, Black Hills
    State University, Spearfish, SD

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NCA Visiting Team
  • Dr. Julia Rosa Emslie, Professor, College of
    Education and Technology, Eastern New Mexico
    University, Portales, NM
  • Dr. Nathan Paul Ritchey, Director of Honors
    Program, Professor of Mathematics, Youngstown
    State University, Youngstown, OH
  • Dr. Elizabeth Scarborough, Dean, Liberal Arts and
    Sciences, Indiana University-South Bend, South
    Bend, IN
  • Dr. Robert S.P. Yien, Vice President for Academic
    Affairs, Saginaw Valley State University,
    University Center, MI

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Committed to excellence
  • Distinctive undergraduate experience
  • Model for regional public universities
  • Exemplary

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Institutional Strengths
  • The universitys faculty, staff and
    administrators are committed to excellence in the
    academic program and in services provided to
    students
  • Students are offered a distinctive undergraduate
    experience, which includes broad opportunities
    for student/faculty scholarly collaboration,
    international experiences, service-learning and
    internships
  • The universitys campus facilities are attractive
    and well-maintained

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Institutional Strengths
  • Technology support, research support and other
    teaching/learning support are models for regional
    public universities
  • Academic program reviews are thorough and provide
    useful information for curricular enhancements
    and program modifications
  • The university offers extensive programs and
    services which enhance student life, contribute
    to success and support economically disadvantaged
    students

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Institutional Strengths
  • Shared governance of the university, including
    widespread student involvement in
    decision-making, is exemplary
  • The university enjoys broad-based community
    support among alumni and friends, which provides
    a strong base for community learning
    opportunities for students, membership on
    advisory and other boards, and annual giving
  • The private financial support for the university
    has grown and is a strong base for the planned
    capital campaign

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Current Challenges Identified by the NCA Report
Need to continue our efforts to diversify
  • Center for International Education
  • Plan 2008
  • School of Education Grant to train American
    Indian educators
  • Executive Director of Enrollment Management and
    Admissions Position
  • First Year Experience/Orientation position

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Current Challenges Identified by the NCA Report
Negative impact of declining state support on
recruitment and retention issues
  • Improvement in funding for moving expenses,
    travel going beyond traditional route to
    tenure, i.e. recognizing value of advising, etc.
  • Promoting quality of life in the Chippewa Valley
    as a recruitment tool
  • Proactive work with legislators with 01-03
    biennial budget
  • Chippewa Valley Initiative 1st time UW-Eau
    Claire has received support for a special program
  • Planning under way for 1st comprehensive
    fund-raising campaign

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Current Challenges Identified by the NCA Report
Organizational structure and support base for
graduate programs
  • Recentralization of graduate programs Dr. Steve
    Tallant, Director
  • Additional resources provided for recruitment and
    managing the program

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Current Challenges Identified by the NCA Report
Centralization of outreach programming
  • Merged continuing education structurally and
    physically

Improving services to nontraditional students
  • Implemented community registration nights
  • Increased support for advising
  • Revised requirements for second degrees

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Continuing Education Office
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Current Challenges Identified by the NCA Report
Assessment of student academic achievement
General Education
  • Evaluation of writing and math proficiency
  • Completion of portfolios
  • Clarification of goals in course syllabi
  • Utilization of capstone courses as vehicles

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We intend to focus our attention and our
resources on the needs that must be met which we
are best equipped to do well
while we connect, collaborate and partner
everywhere possible.
Inaugural Address Chancellor Mash
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Wisconsins Technology Valley
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Partners in the Chippewa Valley
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Guiding Our Work at the University of
Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  • Our Five-year Strategic Plan
  • Three goals
  • Eleven Strategic Initiatives

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The Goals
Goal 1 Enhance the quality of teaching,
learning and personal development
environment Goal 2 Expand and enhance our
regional services and impact Goal 3 Broaden and
increase our resource base
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Goal 1 Enhance the quality of teaching,
learning and personal development environment
  • Develop and market new and revised academic and
    unit program options which support our enrollment
    goals
  • Recruit and retain highly qualified faculty and
    academic staff and further diversify these
    populations
  • Recruit and retain highly qualified students and
    further diversify the student body
  • Optimize student services and personal
    development support
  • Develop a plan to guide the development of campus
    facility improvements

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Goal 2 Expand and enhance our regional services
and impact
  • Increase the number of part-time, nontraditional
    undergraduate and graduate students
  • Increase collaborative efforts with other higher
    education institutions, K-12, business and
    regional development agencies

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Goal 3 Broaden and increase our resource base
  • Raise the profile and enhance the image of the
    university
  • Develop a stronger regional presence by expanding
    our reach, influence and connections
  • Work with legislators, sister institutions, UW
    System administration and university friends to
    secure the best state budget and the best pay
    plan possible
  • Plan, begin and complete a comprehensive
    fund-raising campaign

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Marks of Excellence
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Focus on One of Our Marks of Excellence
  • UW-Eau Claires
  • Dr. Ronald Satz, Provost

Center of Excellence Faculty/Student
Collaborative Research
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Faculty/Student Collaboration
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Mark of Excellence
Cornerstone of Student Success
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The Center of Excellence Faculty/Student Research
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1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
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Blooms Taxonomy of Thinking Skills
  • Evaluation
  • Synthesis
  • Analysis
  • Application
  • Comprehension
  • Knowledge

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UW-Eau Claire Internal Funds
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UW-Eau Claire Center of Excellence Funding 2001
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Differential Tuition
UW System
Undergraduate Initiative
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UW-Eau Claire Foundation
Extramural Funds
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UW-Eau Claire Office of
Research and Sponsored
Programs
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Total Funding 879,162
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UW-Eau Claire Center of Excellence Funding 2001
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Differential Tuition
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Total Funding 879,162
Extramural Funds
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UW-Eau Claire Foundation
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Mark of Excellence
Cornerstone of Student Success
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Faculty/Student Collaborative Research
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Lineage of Faculty/Student Collaborative Research
Jack Pladziewicz Chemistry Department Chair
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Selected UW-Eau Claire Alumni
Student Hometown Yr. Education Job
DeWayne Halfen Chippewa Falls 00 Ph.D. Univ. of
Arizona in progress Kathryn Splan Duluth 99 Ph.
D. Northwestern in progress Amy
Odegard Mondovi 98 Ph.D. Madison/Harvard in
progress Jennifer Brandt Osceola 96 M.S.
Minnesota PPD-Pharmaceutical, Middleton Dave
Bergerson Eau Claire 96 HS Teaching, Wisconsin
Rapids Troy Seehafer Green Bay 95 Hewlett-Packard
/Appleton Papers Jobiah Sabelko Durand 94 Ph.D.
Illinois Colgate Palmolive, Research Steven
Gullerud Eau Claire 93 Ph.D. Stanford Watlow
Polymers, Winona Molly Accola Prairie du
Sac 92 Ph.D. Harvard Mayo Clinic,
Rochester Craig Stolen Madison 92 Ph.D.
UW-Madison Finland, Research
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Selected UW-Eau Claire Alumni
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Student Hometown Yr. Education Job
Michael Ohl Eau Claire 90 M.D. Washington
U. Medical Practice Robert McGaff Milwaukee 89 Ph
.D. UW-Madison UW-La Crosse, Professor Tina
Hallis Elk Mound 89 Ph.D. Minnesota Chemist,
Minneapolis Joel Ficke Menomonie 89 M.S.
Minnesota Cray Research, Chippewa Falls Paul
Slattum Madison 88 M.S. UW-Madison Mirus,
Madison Yvonne Gindt Cadott 88 Ph.D.
UC-Berkeley Lafayette College, Professor Andy
Abrahamson Bloomer 86 M.S. Harvard Nestles, Eau
Claire Michael Likar Chippewa Falls 84 Ph.D.
UW-Madison Upjohn Company, Research Michael
Carney Greendale 83 Ph.D. Harvard UW-Eau Claire,
Professor Craig Gochanour Wisconsin 75 Ph.D.
Stanford DuPont, Research
Michael Carney, Greendale, 1983 Ph.D. Harvard
UW-Eau Claire Professor
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Baccalaureate Origin of Ph.D. Chemists 1989-98
UW-Eau Claire
  • Ranked No. 1 among Carnegie Masters I and II
    Colleges (557 peer institutions)
  • Ranked No. 12 among the Carnegie Masters I and II
    PLUS Liberal Arts I and II (1,227 peer
    institutions)
  • Would rank in the top half of Research 1 and 2
    institutions
  • Above Rice University, Carnegie Mellon, U Iowa,
    Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, Stanford University,
    Columbia University and Brown University

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Institutions per Award 1986-2000
UW-Eau Claire received 51 awards, only 11
institutions received more
Number of Institutions
Number of Awards
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Mike Carney Assistant Professor Chemistry
Department
Undergraduate collaborative research partner with
Jack Pladziewicz, 1981-83
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Mike Carney Assistant Professor Chemistry
Department
Undergraduate collaborative research partner with
Jack Pladziewicz, 1981-83
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Nick Robertson 2nd year student
Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
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Faculty/Student Collaborative Research
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Katherine A. Rhoades Assistant Professor
Foundations of Education
Making Connections in Cross-Cultural
Collaborative Research
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Only Connect
Making Connections in Cross-Cultural
Collaborative Research
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Kang Bao Her A Student Researcher Perspective
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Kaying Xiong A Commentary from a UW-Eau Claire
Alumna/Community Educator
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Faculty/Student Collaborative Research
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Faculty/Student Collaborative Research
Jim Oberly Professor History Department
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Faculty/Student Collaborative Research
Corrinne Orzech Cartography Student
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Center of Excellence for Faculty and
Undergraduate Student Research Collaboration
  • Designated by the Board of Regents in 1988 as the
    University of Wisconsin Systems Center of
    Excellence for Faculty and Undergraduate Student
    Research Collaboration
  • Awarded more than one-half million dollars for
    faculty/student collaborative research in 2000-01
  • Faculty mentored 620 students in 432 out-of-class
    collaborative research projects

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Center of Excellence for Faculty and
Undergraduate Student Research Collaboration
  • 124 undergraduate students presented papers or
    posters at regional, national and international
    professional meetings
  • UW-Eau Claire sent one of the largest student
    delegations to the 15th National Conference on
    Undergraduate Research
  • UW-Eau Claire and the Center of Excellence hosted
    the 3rd UW System Symposium for Undergraduate
    Research and Creative Activity with participation
    from 13 UW institutions

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Center of Excellence for Faculty and
Undergraduate Student Research Collaboration
Hallmark of the University of Wisconsin-Eau
Claire
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