Presentation on theme: "Presentation to Freshman Faculty August 19, 2008 Missouri University of Science and Technology Missouris Premier Technological Research University."— Presentation transcript:
Presentation to Freshman Faculty August 19, 2008 Missouri University of Science and Technology Missouris Premier Technological Research University
Mission: Missouri S&T integrates education and research to create and convey knowledge to solve problems for our State and the technological world. Vision: be a top-five technological research university by 2011 Fall 2008 Incoming Class
Missouri S&T: a top-five technological research university by 2011 Enrich the Student Experience Develop an institutional culture of continuous improvement and regularly assess student outcomes. Expand & increase the quality of resources and facilities focused on teaching, learning and the student experience. Engage > 90% of the UG student body in one or more learning experiences beyond those in the traditional classroom setting during their academic career by 2011. Broaden the Academic Portfolio and Increase Enrollment Grow overall enrollment to 6,550 by 2011 with diversity that reflects the State of Missouri and the global environment in which we compete. Increase the overall graduate enrollment to 1,750. Improve campus diversity by increasing T/TT female faculty members to 54 or more and traditionally underrepresented tenure/tenure-track minority faculty members to 19 or more by 2011. Become recognized as the employer of choice for faculty and staff by 2011 by creating a campus community that acknowledges, rewards, and celebrates excellence. Anticipate, add, and expand degree and certificate programs that increase market share in areas consistent with a top technological research university of the 21 st century. Maintain affordability at 2007 levels by increasing the student financial assistance, scholarship programs and other student cost reduction efforts by 2011. Expand and Elevate Research Performance and Reputation Expand and increase the resources, facilities, and personnel focused on the research mission of the University by 2011. Expand and increase interdisciplinary research initiatives of national significance. Achieve $55M in externally sponsored program expenditures which includes research, instruction, and other sponsored activities by 2011. Increase scholarly performance, productivity, and national reputation. Identify Opportunities & Secure Resources from External Constituencies Complete a $200M fundraising campaign by 2010. Develop viable & sustainable public- private partnerships focused on education, innovation, and economic development. Generate an annual income of $1.25M from entrepreneurial & technology transfer activities by 2011.
Strategic Plan Objective 3 Expand and Elevate Research Performance and Reputation Missouri S&T will enhance its research activity and performance to establish its status as a top five technological research university, distinguishing itself by interdisciplinary collaborations of national significance.
Office of Sponsored Programs FY08 activities and a year-over-year comparison are as follows: –Proposals awarded in total dollars: $38.36M (up 3%) –Number of proposals awarded and amendments: 369 (up 6%) –Proposals submitted in total dollars: $151.14M (up 37.3%) –Number of proposals submitted: 549 (up 37.3%) –Research expenditures: $37.70M (up 16.6%) –F&A recovered: $5.97M (up 24.7%)
Important Research Measures Research expenditures –proposal submissions –proposal awarded –indirect $ generated; cost sharing # Ph.D. students graduated/faculty member/year # publications/faculty member/year Faculty with national awards
Friction Stir Processing High Energy Dielectrics Intelligent Maintenance Systems NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies (CAMT) FAA COE for Noise and Emissions Missouri Transportation Institute NASA COE on Aerospace Propulsion Particulate Emissions Research US DOT National University Transportation Center Electromagnetic Compatibility Consortium CAMT Industrial Consortium Center for Bone and Tissue Repair and Regeneration Center for Infrastructure Engineering Studies Energy Research & Development Center Environmental Research Center for Emerging Contaminants Intelligent Systems Center Materials Research Center Rock Mechanics and Explosives Research Center State-Supported Centers Industrial Consortia Externally-Funded Centers Crown Jewels
Tech Center Location Innovation Park Accelerator Location
Business & Technology Accelerator Targeted for faculty & student start-ups based on University technology Initially a 30K ft 2 facility est. $9MM –33% wet lab space –33% engineering – high bay space –33% Office/IT space –SBTDC/TTO office space to coach and support startups Concept Drawing
Technology Development Center Private Investment ~~ $3-3.5MM 33K ft 2 – one story, shared company concept, space for business startups, existing growing business
The mission of the Missouri S&T Office of Sponsored Programs is to enhance and facilitate University research and external funding by providing services, in a timely and professional manner, to all persons involved with sponsored program activities. Office of Sponsored Programs
OSP – Pre-award Team Michelle Smith Grants and Contracts Administrator Telephone: (573) 341-7121 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@mst.edu Primary Duties Budget review and development assistance Proposal reviews and submissions Processing of awards Diane Brown Grants and Contracts Administrator Telephone: (573) 341-4135 Email: email@example.com@mst.edu Primary Duties Contracts and subcontract negotiations Subcontractor purchase orders RFP review Xia Zhao Grants and Contracts Specialist Telephone: (573) 341-4360 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@mst.edu Primary Duties Budget and proposal development assistance Proposal submissions UM Research Board Lesley Wallace Grants and Contracts Assistant Telephone: (573) 341-7553 email@example.com Primary Duties Digital document management Pre-to-Post Award Project transfer Budget and proposal development assistance
OSP – Post Award Team Linda Evans Grants and Contracts Administrator Telephone: (573) 341-7122 firstname.lastname@example.org Grant Systems Coordinator Financial and Special Reporting Assigned Sponsors: Department of Education National & University Transportation Centers Kelly Bowen Grants and Contracts Specialist Telephone: (573) 341-4130 Email: email@example.com@mst.edu Management of award Financial Reporting Award closeout Assigned Sponsors: National labs; Industry Mendy Kell Grants and Contracts Specialist Telephone: (573) 341-7140 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@mst.edu Management of award Financial Reporting Assist with Special Reporting Award closeout Assigned Sponsors: Federal Agencies Donna Schmitz Grants and Contracts Specialist Telephone: (573) 341-7120 Email: email@example.com@mst.edu Set up of new accounts in PeopleSoft System Budget revisions No-cost time extensions Subcontractor invoicing payments
OSP- Post Award Team Christina Adams Grants and Contracts Specialist Telephone: (573) 341-6756 Email: snodgras@mst. edusnodgras@mst. edu Management of award Financial Reporting Assist with Special Reporting Award closeout Assigned Sponsors: Foundations & Nonprofits; NASA Denise Ray Grants and Contracts Specialist Telephone: (573) 341-7272 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@mst.edu Management of award Financial Reporting Award closeout Assigned Sponsors: NSF; State agencies Dawn Clift Grants and Contracts Assistant Telephone: (573) 341-6855 email@example.com Management of award Financial Reporting Effort Verification Reports (EVR) Award closeout Assigned Sponsors: Industry –LWI, Boeing and Department of Energy Christie Wilson Grants and Contracts Assistant Telephone: (573) 341-4134 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@mst.edu Set up of new accounts in PeopleSoft System No-cost time extensions Webpage development UM Research Board
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